Beren Saat stars in the Turkish drama/fantasy Netflix series The Gift. Jason George and Nuran Evren collaborated on the piece. On December 27, 2019, Netflix released the first eight episodes of the first season. The novel Dünyann Uyanş by engül Boybaş is the basis for the series. Season 2 premiered on September 10, 2020.
So what’s the story here? Is there going to be a second season? If so, when will it be released? The question is whether or not it’s worth your time. You’ll have to stick around to find out! We may now begin! We’ve got the answers you were looking for!
Season 2 of The Gift is here
The second season begins immediately following the conclusion of the first. Atiye resurrects Cansu from the dead in the caves of Gobekli Tepe using her magic. Cansu, as Elif, the younger sister of Erhan, lives in the other world and is able to cross over. Almost every character’s backstory has been altered in this world, and no one recognises Atiye because she doesn’t exist here.
She discovers that Erhan and Elif’s father did not die in an accident, which is why Elif was never adopted by Mustafa. To be clear, Serdar adopted the siblings after their father went missing one day. Erhan had his back in everything he did, including the excavation of Gobekli Tepe, which turned out to be his passion.
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This is a problem for Atiye because, without the temple, she can’t return to her home village.
Her mother remembers her, which is a good thing. While in the original, she was apprehensive about their abilities and legacy, she is now more accepting of them here. A woman who has never been married and does not have a daughter in this world attempts to stop the excavation at the site by talking about the arrival of her daughter.
In addition to Atiye, Serdar is another person who remembers her. Despite this, he continues to work for a mysterious organisation, the nature and purpose of which are kept a secret. This Serdar, on the other hand, appears more vulnerable and human than the cold-blooded, harsh Serdar of the first season.
On her way back, Atiye must convince the Erhan of this world that they are linked. Her reliance on him stems from the prophecy that he will locate the door and she will be the one to unlock it. When she learns she’s pregnant, things get even more urgent for her. In this world, a terrible event occurred a long time ago, and it has left this world in an unimaginable state of affairs.
In the last few years, no babies have been born because pregnant women are dying. People are afraid of getting pregnant and dying in the process because of the high mortality rate. There appears to be no way out of the inevitable deadline that has been placed on the world by the absence of new births.
Atiye’s desire to leave this world is soaring because she fears losing both her child and her own life if she tries to stay. However, she soon learns that her destiny is intertwined with this world’s, and that she may be the only one who can prevent its annihilation.
Date of the Season 3 release of The Gift
Season 3 of The Gift has lunched on Netflix on June 17th, 2021. The official teaser they released also hinted at that.
The cast of The Gift Season 3
It is expected that the cast of The Gift Season 3 will reappear. Among the cast members are Beren Saat as Atiye, Metin Akdulger as Ozan, Melisa Senolsun as Cansu aka Elif, Basak Koklukaya as Serap, Civan Canova as Mustefa, Meral Cetinkaya as Zuhre, Cezmi Baskn as Oner, Fatih Al as Nazm, Sibel Melek as Seher and Melisa Akman Anima as a supporting cast member.
The Gift Season 3 Plot
Atiye discovers why so many moms have died at the end of season 2. She understands that she is the only one who can preserve the world’s future. She gives birth in order to preserve the planet. However, we learned at the conclusion of Season 2 of The Gift that someone had kidnapped her daughter.
Details on the third season trailer for The Gift
The importance of Atiye’s daughter was evident in the official trailer for the third season of The Gift. Now that the kidnapping of Atiye’s daughter has been explained, we can move on. Season 3 of The Gift will provide us with the resolution to this epic saga.
In my opinion, there is no need for viewers to go back to Seasons 1 and 2 to find a streamlined connection to this season’s finale.
The saga’s central theme of love and appreciation for the greatest gift of all: life’s limitless options, the confluence of unanswered questions, divinity, preservation, and the enigma of life’s boundless energy are all woven tightly enough to grasp the central theme.
While saying this, I am reminded of Arda, the special needs little boy with whom Atiye develops a close bond and is caught up in her profound search for her 8-year-old daughter.