Saturday, November 16, 2019

PREMIUM SPOTLIGHT ON BBC'S 19TH CENTURY SET TV SERIES VIENNA BLOOD WITH MATTHEW BEARD! TRAILER AND POSTER!

     'VIENNA BLOOD' TRAILER
FOR NEW PERIOD SET SERIES
The series starts this Monday on BBC2
I've announced this one earlier this year but now BBC has released the trailer as well! New period set series VIENNA BLOOD is coming November 18th to BBC Two and will air on Monday nights with three ninety minutes long episodes based on the best selling Liebermann novels by British writer Frank Tallis. Starring Matthew Beard and Juergen Maurer the new mini series is set in 1900s Vienna: a hot bed of philosophy, science and art, where a clash of cultures and ideas play out in the city’s grand cafes and opera houses. This unique, ambitious and compelling
Most of the series was shot over in Austrian capital Vienna
crime drama, set in glorious Vienna during an extraordinary period in its history, also stars Conleth Hill, Charlene McKenna, Amelia Bullmore, Jessica De Gouw and Luise von Finckh. The series will air on PBS in USA.

     A Student Of Freud's 
Max Liebermann (Matthew Beard) is a brilliant young English doctor, studying under the famed psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud. Max is keen to
Matthew Beard is a middle class British-Jew who moved to Austria in his teens. He is now a junior doctor but has fallen under the spell of the new science of the day and is studying neurology. Fixated by the idea of analysing psychopaths at close hand, Max convinces the Viennese police to let him observe their work.
understand the criminal mind and begins to observe Oskar Rheinhardt (Juergen Maurer), a Detective Inspector in the Vienna Police Department,
Juergen Maurer is a Police Inspector Oskar, more a doer than a thinker. Despite being occasionally irritated by Max’s discursive approach to crime solving, Oskar is savvy enough to know that Max’s intuitions will help his career prospects.
who is struggling with a perplexing case. Max’s extraordinary skills of perception and forensics, and his deep understanding of human behaviour and deviance, help Oskar solve Vienna’s most mysterious cases.

16 comments:

  1. Will be giving this a watch on Monday!

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    1. There is nothing else to watch on BBC now that Dark Materials have proved to be a dreary, unwatchable crap.

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  2. This looks very enticing - I love period movies/series so will definitely be on the lookout for it. Thanks for the recommendation!

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    1. Be welcome, glad you liked it, no info on USA broadcaster yet.

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  3. This is something that I would tune into! It may be a good transition from forensic files during my nighttime TV marathons.

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    1. A little big of 19th century Austrian forensics!

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  4. Love 19th century, something for me☺☺

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    1. It has just three episodes, what's not to like about that?

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  6. I do like crime mysteries, so like Jax, this will be a nice switch from modern day stories. While it's interesting to see how crimes are solves with all the tools available to us now, I find it even more intriguing how they solved them back then without all the fancy forensic doo-dads we have today.

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    1. Will you be getting Britbox? It has all the BBC and ITV series, but I hear it is also technically weak compared to Netflix and Amazon.

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    2. I'll just torrent this one. Finally got Jason to subscribe to Hulu and am still working on him to get me Disney Plus. Any other streaming services are just going to have to wait for a bit.

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    3. What will you watch on Hulu? I only watched Harlots there and they are finished, they air on Epic Drama channel here on our cable, actually. I'd probably have Netflix and Amazon and Britbox if I lived in USA. HBO PLUS is also coming next spring.

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    4. I'm not sure yet. I haven't had a chance to go through it all, but I did save Golden Girls to my watch list since it's been so long since I've watched that show. I was just a kid then and a lot of the jokes probably went over my head. I think I'll appreciate it even more as an adult. We're catching up on Modern Family and Last Man Standing on Hulu right now.

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    5. Oooh, did not know Last Man was on Hulu, the new season starts January 2nd, it will now air on Thursdays, which means it will air the same evening as Carol's Second Act and Fran Drescher's new sitcom Indebted and Will and Grace. It will be two hours of comedy gold.

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