Where to see ‘Love is in the air’ in full and when will the end come to Spain

The Turkish soap opera has put an end to its story in Turkey. In our country, how can we say goodbye to Eda and Serkan?

You steal my door, also known as Love is in the air, has ended its adventure in its broadcasts in Turkey. We already know how the story of Eda (Hande Erçel) and Serkan Bolat (Kerem Bürsin) ends, although in Spain we will still have to wait a few weeks to enjoy it. If you go to the rhythm of our country, you are surely wondering when we will see the final chapter. Well, we are going to help you doing the calculations.

The soap opera is broadcast regularly on Divinity from Monday to Friday at 5:45 p.m. in 30-minute fragments. Considering that each chapter lasts two hours, this means that it takes about four days to cover each of them. They are currently airing episode 5 of season 2 of Love is in the air, so there are eight chapters ahead. Or what is the same: 32 fragments. If you follow this rhythm, we can conclude that the final chapter will be broadcast the last week of October.

In order to say goodbye to Eda and Serkan, do not miss the week of October 25 on Divinity, as it will probably be when the successful telenovela ends. However, we remember that there is another way to access the episodes. Mitele’s ‘streaming’ platform contains Love is in the air in full, from the first episode. If this title is one of your pending tasks, take the opportunity to do a marathon.

In addition, it offers its users all the chapters one day before they are broadcast on television, in case you can’t wait for know what happens next. You can access them by paying a subscription of € 4 per month. You do not have to hurry to see them in this on-demand content service, since, for the moment, the chapters will be available until November 21, 2023 -and who knows if later? -.

Goodbye to Eda and Serkan: This has been the final chapter of ‘Love is in the air’

Love is in the air It has been one of the most successful Turkish series in Spain. Although it has not achieved the first position in audience, the number of fans has been so high that they have broken a record: the one with the most commented scripted episode on Twitter in history. The hashtag # sonkezsençalkapımı got 8,472,552 tweets, thus surpassing Game of Thrones which had the title to date after the broadcast of ‘The Battle of Winterfell’ (8×03).