Sunday, August 18, 2019

BBC ANNOUNCES PERIOD SET VIENNA BLOOD DETECTIVE SERIES WITH MATTHEW BEARD FROM FREUD'S ERA WITH THE FIRST PHOTO OF THE LEADING DUO!

     NEW 'VIENNA BLOOD' 
BBC PERIOD SET TV SERIES
BBC Two has announced work on new period set detective series with the first photo: VIENNA BLOOD will be a three part series based on the Liebermann novels by Frank Tallis set in 1900s Vienna, a hot bed of
Conleth Hill, Charlene McKenna, Amelia Bullmore, Louise Von Finckh also star
philosophy, science and art, where a clash of cultures and ideas play out in the city’s grand cafes and opera houses. Max Liebermann (Matthew Beard) is a brilliant young English doctor, studying under the famed psychoanalyst
Matthew Beard will be English doctor Max Liebermann
Sigmund Freud. When Max comes into contact with Oskar Rheinhardt (Juergen Maurer), an Austrian Detective Inspector struggling with a strange case, he offers his assistance. Max’s extraordinary skills of perception
Juergen Maurer is Austrian inspector Oskar Rheinhardt
and forensics, and his deep understanding of human behaviour and deviance, help Oskar solve some of Vienna’s most mysterious and deadly cases. The series will air later this year.

10 comments:

  1. Detective and Doctor - the ideal couple to solve a crime.
    Vienna - a beautiful, highly atmospheric place for all things to happen.
    "Vienna Blood" sounds like an appealing crime drama series.

    (I envy you for living in Europe, close to places like Vienna. You can go there by train, car/bus. Planes are expensive and scary).

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    1. I've never been there, have you? I'd probably try their Sacher torte although I know how to make it myself.

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  2. That's interesting with food. The best pizza I ever had was in Tel Aviv, not in Napoli , the original mother of pizza.; the best croissant I ever had was in Sofia, not in Paris. I suppose one doesn't have to go to Wien for a tasty slice of Sacher torte, but if you're there you'll certainly taste one.

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    1. True that! Burek is, for example, best in Serbia, even though Bosnians say it is their national dish LOL

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  3. Sounds interesting, I don't know thise actors though☺

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  4. Kind of like an olden day version of "Bones". I may have to check this one out.

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    1. If I check it I will do it only for Matthew, he is the ultimate cat's meow!

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    2. You should see him with a little beard and moustaches, the cutest boy ever.

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