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Yakamoz S-245 (2022)

Action | Drama 
Rayting:   6.1/10 4.7K votes
Country: Turkey
Language: English

After disaster strikes Earth, a marine biologist on a submarine research mission must fight to survive with the crew as a conspiracy comes to light.

Episode Guide

Season 1

April 20, 2022Episode 7 Episode 7
April 20, 2022Episode 6 Episode 6
April 20, 2022Episode 5 Episode 5
April 20, 2022Episode 4 Episode 4
April 20, 2022Episode 3 Episode 3
April 20, 2022Episode 2 Episode 2
April 20, 2022Episode 1 Episode 1

Best Yakamoz S-245 Episodes

Top 20 (Ranked)

April 20, 2022star7.1 183 votesS1E7 Episode 7
April 20, 2022star7.1 162 votesS1E5 Episode 5
April 20, 2022star6.9 188 votesS1E3 Episode 3
April 20, 2022star6.9 171 votesS1E6 Episode 6
April 20, 2022star6.7 232 votesS1E1 Episode 1
April 20, 2022star6.7 169 votesS1E4 Episode 4
April 20, 2022star6.6 197 votesS1E2 Episode 2

Yakamoz S-245 Trailer

User Reviews

yooniverse 25 April 2022

bonus veren siteler. I didn't realize until most of the way through that this show was set in the same universe as "Into The Night". Until that point, I was thinking that it was a copy of that show, except on a submarine, instead of a plane! Once the events in this show crossed over, and I had the "Oh!" moment, it all made sense and enjoyed it more.

But that's the problem--the story felt too much like a copy (and the same soundtrack?). Similar plot resulting in predictable characters and predictable outcome. It didn't really make good use of the submarine as a plot device, nor explore different characters or dynamic. Instead, we're let down the same path, with same human motivations, with characters that are very thinly developed. The story tries too hard to make a plausible beginning, more so than Into The Night. And clearly, the show's creator has an axe to grind with NATO, so the story universe is focused in Europe, and by its extension, Turkey. It seems to be self-limiting, given that the sun's destructive impact (however implausible, as it may be), affects the whole world.

Still, I can't recall multiple shows based in the same story universe but in different languages/ethnicities, so perhaps that's pretty unique. And, this essentially serves as the third season of Into The Night, so I am looking forward to the fourth season (whatever the title may be called).

yooniverse 25 April 2022

I didn't realize until most of the way through that this show was set in the same universe as "Into The Night". Until that point, I was thinking that it was a copy of that show, except on a submarine, instead of a plane! Once the events in this show crossed over, and I had the "Oh!" moment, it all made sense and enjoyed it more.

But that's the problem--the story felt too much like a copy (and the same soundtrack?). Similar plot resulting in predictable characters and predictable outcome. It didn't really make good use of the submarine as a plot device, nor explore different characters or dynamic. Instead, we're let down the same path, with same human motivations, with characters that are very thinly developed. The story tries too hard to make a plausible beginning, more so than Into The Night. And clearly, the show's creator has an axe to grind with NATO, so the story universe is focused in Europe, and by its extension, Turkey. It seems to be self-limiting, given that the sun's destructive impact (however implausible, as it may be), affects the whole world.

Still, I can't recall multiple shows based in the same story universe but in different languages/ethnicities, so perhaps that's pretty unique. And, this essentially serves as the third season of Into The Night, so I am looking forward to the fourth season (whatever the title may be called).

stickman007 25 April 2022

Yakamoz S-245 watchseries. I had watched INTO THE NIGHT over a year ago and tho it wasn't the greatest sci-fi story it moved at a rapid pace and was not boring. I kinda enjoy End-of the World genre flicks if they're somewhat original in nature, or at least trying to be.

Anyway, that's the reason I enjoyed INTO THE NIGHT and kept the title in the back of my mind & waited for another season.

That's also the reason I tried out YAKAMOZ S-245. It was actually clever the way it was spliced together with INTO THE NIGHT but I didn't realize the connection until the submarine headed to the seed storage bunker in Norway.

So, I'm more intrigued now, and waiting for the next installment in the series from... whatever countries survivors shows up next.

The biggest plus, for me anyway, with Netflix, is the ability to watch more foreign movies. The Hollywood stuff is almost all woke crap or superhero sequels to infinity and beyond.

The best action flick I've seen on Netflix is a French crime drama called LOST BULLET. The best horror series I've seen is KINGDOM, from Korea. A lot of good stuff from Korea.

I could go on but the point I'm making is that the US of A studios are not doing it for me anymore. A lot of other people feel the same way I'm sure. Just look at the world $$$ market.

I'd rather watch a 2nd or 3rd world young-gun studio effort with some hungry talent on both sides of the camera then a tired-ass, re-cycled Hollywood snooze-fest.

queenprada 25 April 2022

Really good, the story line is connected to another series.

It seems that the plot is connected to the series into the night. I can't wait to see the next season. It's cool. I will watch it over and over again.

ultra-taya 22 April 2022

Yakamoz S245 is a spin-off to the Belgian Netflix series Into the Night. So it occurs in the same dystopian world. But instead of an airplay, this time a submarine helps the protagonists to survive the deadly sun. If you liked Into the Night, you will like this one too. Otherwise don't give it a try, you will end up like the other disappointed 1-star-reviewers. Yakamoz is very Dynamic, thrilling and with lots of energy. You will always want to know what will happen next so you will definitely binge-watch it. Not only thrilling, but also dramatic elements are added very well. All in all the series is like a Michael Bay or Roland Emmerich film: you should not seek for a logical plot. You should only grab your popcorn and enjoy the show.

Mainecoon999 20 April 2022

The story seems appealing but dialogues are terrible. There are few good actors who do their best with their dull and flat characters. Directing is another problem. I am not sure if it is a budget issue or not.

Sci-fi part is cheap. If you want smart audience to like your show, you gotta at least do some more digging on sun explosions and what massively bigger Jupiter planet's role in this case.

My rating is 4/10 just for producers ambition of doing something original. The food and recipe look rich and delicious but tastes bad.

isaac-shaw 23 April 2022

I think this is the best Turkish Series/Movie with decent CGI, cinematography, colors and score.

Saban's acting is brilliant and it is the best among all of them and the other actors are average in my opinion.

On the other hand, unfortunately the script is below average and it is a let down for sure. Writing is what is lacking with this series. To illustrate, even with the solid acting from Saban he feels cringy from time to time albeit there is nothing he could do. It is just the bad script.

I did not watch Into The Night so it might be the reason why I thought this series is interesting and made me curious how everything will be shaped in the end.

Frankly, I believe the first 4 episodes are not good. However, last 3 are really well made and made me binge to watch.

If we look at the series from a technical aspect though, I think it could have been much much much better. Scientists are not related to any science. Naval army I am pretty sure is not this loose. Submarines are probably not operated as they suggest in the series and many more weak points are here and there. I hope they hire an advisor for the next season. But, thinking about many space related movies like Star Wars I can not blame them too hard. There is no air for example in vacuum but we can hear lasers blasting, spaceships whooshing and so on :)

I am a native Turkish speaker and I can speak English, German very well with a decent accent. I watched the series in Turkish, dubbed and sometimes gave the subtitles a try in order to see how they are managed. I must admit that it is very very poor. On the other side, during the series actors' accents are weak and unnatural too.

For this series I believe the more they can fix the technical errors and get closer to submarine/naval army reality the better it will become. Also a better script writing is crucial. I would like to see the next season.

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