Dirilis: Ertugrul Series 05 Overview (2018-2019)


Introduction

The fifth season (2018-2019) of the Turkish TV series, Diriliş: Ertuğrul, created by Mehmet Bozdağ succeeds the fourth season of Diriliş: Ertuğrul and precedes the first of Kuruluş: Osman.

The fifth season of the historical drama television series premiered on 07 November 2018 and concluded on 29 May 2019.

Outline

After 10 years in Söğüt, in a Mongol-controlled Selçuk state, Ertuğrul faces many Mongol commanders including Alıncak and Subutai, along with the Selçuk assassin working with the Mongols, Beybolat. Beybolat is disguised with the name, Albastı and he arrives following the death of his father, Umur Bey, Bey of the Umuroğlu tribe, who was sent to become the new tax collector of Söğüt. Umur Bey was killed by the disgraced Byzantine commander, Dragos, disguised as the Söğüt Zangoç (transl. bellringer), who seeks to take over the town. Beybolat, who becomes his father’s successor, and Dragos, who takes control over Lefke Castle after killing the innocent Tekfur Yannis, cause many problems for Ertuğrul including Beybolat’s control over Söğüt for a while. İlbilge, Beybolat’s sister, is the only person in her family supporting justice, with her help, Ertuğrul, defeats and kills both Beybolat and Dragos. Following Beybolat’s death, Ertuğrul faces Arikbuka, a feared Mongol spy and Alıncak’s blood brother, along with the spy, Qiyat, who works for Hulagu against Berke, Ertuğrul’s ally and the Han of the Golden Horde. The season ends with the death of Arikbuka and Qiyat along with Ertuğrul’s marriage to İlbilge Hatun.

Dirilis: Ertugrul Series

Based on Netflix episode airings not original airings (can’t find synopsis of original 29 episodes).

You can find a full index and overview of Dirilis: Ertugrul here.

Production & Filming Details

  • Release Date: 07 November 2018 to 29 May 2019.
  • Running Time:
    • TV: 105-165 minutes (per episode).
    • Netflix: 42-44 minutes (per episode).
    • PTV Home: 45-47 minutes (per episode).
  • Rating: G.
  • Country: Turkey.
  • Language: Turkish and English (subtitles).

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