© 2022This research suggests that the urban space patterns simulated in the Çukur TV serial create informal social control norms and offers an alternative representation of authority and exercise power through space. In this context, the main purpose of the research is to examine how informal social control is achieved in the neighbourhoods and how social control is exercised through spatial qualities and representations in Çukur. The urban space patterns simulated in Çukur TV serial are analyzed as a sample, and how the informal social control norms transform into an alternative authority representation through the phenomenon of ‘place’ is investigated by using a descriptive analysis method. Within the scope of this study, the findings regarding the space-based power simulation dimensions of the TV series of Çukur produced by the territorial (regional) cognition are examined from three perspectives, these are; 1. space-meaning relationship (sense of place, place attachment and place identity), 2. space-occupation (appropriation of space and sovereignty) relationship, 3. space-privacy relationship. As a result of the research, it is emphasized that the social control that constitutes the power cannot be considered apart from the space and this situation results in the production of power through space.