Dirilis: Ertugrul (Resurrection: Ertugrul) is a Turkish historical fiction and adventure television series created by Mehmet Bozdağ, starring Engin Altan Düzyatan in the title role. It was filmed in Riva, a village in the Beykoz district of Istanbul, Turkey, and premiered on TRT in Turkey on 10 December 2014. The show is set in 13th century and centers around the life of Ertugrul, the father of Osman Ghazi, who was the founder of the Ottoman Empire

Kuruluş: Osman (Establishment: Osman) is a Turkish historical drama television series, created by Mehmet Bozdağ. It focuses on the life of Osman I, founder of the Ottoman Empire. It is the sequel to Diriliş: Ertuğrul, which was centered around the life of Ertuğrul, father of Osman. In the series, Osman is portrayed by Turkish actor Burak Özçivit. 

Dirilis Ertugrul Season 4

In the fourth season, the Kayilar mourn Ertugrul’s death. Aslihan deals with the arrival of Bahadir Bey, her uncle who seeks her beylik. Meanwhile, Ertugrul is actually alive and captured by a slave trader. Dundar becomes the bey of the Kayilar and tries to sell Hanli Bazar and move back to Gundogdu’s tribe, but is stopped by the appearance of Ertugrul. Ertugrul banishes Dundar and reclaims Hanli Bazar and declares war on the Byzantines after his son Gunduz is kidnapped by Ares. After Bahadir Bey’s treachery, Ertugrul executes him and conquers Karacahisar, leaving Ares to go on the run. 

The conquest of Karacahisar leads to Ertugrul making a move against Kopek, whose treachery threatens the Seljuk state. Following a failed ambush, Ertugrul captures Ares and promises to set him free if he confesses to the Sultan about Kopek’s misdeeds. The plan nearly works, however, Kopek is saved by Altun Aba and the Sultan’s wife Mahperi Hatun, who seeks to make her son Giyaseddin the Sultan. Kopek is exiled, and sends his men after Ares, who is saved when Ertugrul shows up. Ares converts to Islam and becomes Ahmet, and serves as a spy for Ertugrul. Sultan requests a meeting with Ertugrul, who explains everything to him. However, the Sultan is poisoned by this meeting by Kopek, and dies in the hands of Ertugrul. Meanwhile, Turgut and Bamsi save their wives, Titan and Angelos are killed and the traitor Marya is caught. Giyaseddin becomes the new Sultan and imprisons Ertugrul until Ibn Arabi rescues him. Meanwhile, Gunalp Bey, Kopek’s adopted son captures Karacahisar and Ertugrul’s alps and tries to have them executed, only to be stopped by Ertugrul. Ertugrul attempts to convince Gunalp of Kopek’s wrongdoings, but fails. Kopek kills Giyaseddin’s brother Kilic Arslan and seizes power in the palace. Giyaseddin issues an execution warrant for Kopek, who has enough power now to become the sultan. Aslihan Hatun takes Aliyar’s sword and secretly leaves the tribe with the intention to kill Kopek. She fails causing her death and Sadettin to nearly die. With the help of Sungurtekin and Husamettin Karaca, Ertugrul chops off Kopek’s head in an epic showdown. The feasts begin, but are cut short with Halime’s death following Osman’s birth. The Mongols start to make a move on Anatolia and Ogedei Han sends Bayju Noyan, back from the dead, as an envoy to the Seljuk. Noyan and Ertugrul team up to deliver a peace treaty, but it is broken when Ogedei Han dies. Noyan’s sister, Alangoya, infiltrates the Kayi tribe and causes chaos, only to be killed by Hayme. The season concludes with the Kayi Tribe beginning their migration to Sogut, and Noyan planning his siege upon Anatolia, which is historically known as the Battle of Köse Dağ.