Second only to the U.S. in TV series exports, Turkey has appealed to audience from 146 countries across the world with more than 150 TV series. Entertaining more than 700 million audience from Europe, Middle East, Central Asia, Africa, and the U.S. so far, Turkey is expected to earn $1 billion in TV series exports by 2023. As of 2018, Turkey's revenue from TV series exports amounted to $500 million. Muhtesem Yuzyil (The Magnificent Century), which was exported to most countries among Turkish TV series, attracted over 500 million viewers from 70 different countries. Among the most profited Turkish TV series were Dirilis: Ertugrul (Resurrection: Ertugrul), Kara Para Ask (Dirty Money Love), Adini Feriha Koydum (I Named Her Feriha), Gumus (Silver), and Fatmagul'un Sucu Ne? (What is the Fault of Feriha?). Chile, Mexico, and Argentina stand out in the list of countries where Turkish TV series are very popular. Ask-i Memnu, produced in 1975, was the first Turkish TV series exported. It was sold to France in 1981. The final episode of the Gumus -- dubbed in Arabic -- gained 85 million audience in 2008.