Ties (TV series)

Last updated
Genre Comedy
Written byVanya Nikolova
Yordan Bankov
Neli Dimitrova
StarringMihail Bilalov
Lilia Maraviglia
Aneta Sotirova
Valeri Yordanov
Yana Marinova
Nikolai Ishkov
Angela Nedyalkova
Country of originBulgaria
Original language(s)Bulgarian
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes20
Producer(s)Emo Vision
Running time45 minutes (no ads)
Original network bTV (Season 1)
Fox Life (Season 2)
Picture format1080i HDTV
Original releaseJune 3, 2015 
June 6, 2016

Ties is a Bulgarian comedy series emanating for bTV, produced by Emo Vision. It starred Mihail Bilalov, Lilia Maravilya, Lyuben Chatalov, Aneta Sotirova, Valeri Yordanov, Yana Marinova, Nikolai Ishkov, Angela Nedyalkova, Lori Kamburova, and Alex Alexiev. In January, 2016 FOX Networks Group acquired the rights to broadcast the first season of "Ties" for 8 territories in which it operates. Fox Life broadcasting episodes of the second season of the series. The premiere was on April 4, 2016 at 19:30 pm. The show broadcasting simultaneously in Bulgaria, Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Kosovo and Albania. [1]


Series overview

SeasonsTimeslotTV SeasonEpisodesPremiereFinalDuration
9:30 PM
2015 (Summer)10June 3, 2015June 25, 201545 minutes
(no ads)
10 PM
2016 (Spring)10April 4, 2016June 6, 201645 minutes
(no ads)


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  1. "За сериала" [About the TV series] (in Bulgarian). Retrieved 2015-06-30.