A Russian 12-episode mini-series has been produced in 2009, and is considered to be as close to the book as possible.
In November 2010, the Turkish private television channel, Show TV, started to air the weekly drama series Karadağlar, which is inspired by The Brothers Karamazov. Its plot contains certain similarities to the storyline of Dostoyevsky's novel, but is set in a Turkish village and follows a family whose surname is Karadağ. The action in the series takes place in the 1930s. The TV series is directed by Oğuzhan Tercan and is broadcast by Show TV.
The Japanese drama Karamazov no Kyodai (2013, created by Misato Sato) is a modern retelling of the book.