This article focuses on the short lived Turkish police procedural TV series, Cinayet (The Murder, Akbel Film and Adam Film, 2014) which is a scripted format adaptation of the celebrated Danish crime drama Forbrydelsen (DR, 2007-2012). By making a comparative textual analysis of the series, the article intends to emphasize the significance of ‘aesthetic proximity’ as a concept in discussing the global flow of television content and to reveal the challenges of adapting a scripted format which is stylistically different than the local stylistic conventions.

, , ,
Sound & Vision
VIEW Journal

Kesirli Unur, Ayşegül. (2021). ‘Aesthetic Proximity’ and Transnational TV Series: Adapting Forbrydelsen in the Turkish Context. VIEW Journal, (. 19), 99–111. doi:10.18146/view.197