Tuesday, February 2, 2021

IT'S AN EXPLOSIVE TURN OF THE CENTURY IN 1900 PARIS SET CRIME MYSTERY TV SERIES 'PARIS POLICE 1900' FROM CANAL +

  PARIS POLICE 1900 
EXPLOSIVE NEW TV SERIES
While we are waiting for new French epic TV series Germinal, Young Voltaire and Diane de Poitiers to arrive to the small screens later this year, there is a period set series coming from France which is already ready to hit
The series hits Canal + next Monday in France
the small screens as soon as February 8th over at their Canal +. Eight episode series PARIS POLICE 1900, set in French capital Paris in 1899, where the corpse of an unknown woman is found in the river Seine, will see Jeremie Laheurte playing a young ambitious inspector whom the investigation will push to discover a heavy state secret. 

WHAT'S THE STORY OF THE SHOW
1899, the Republic is on the verge of explosion, caught between nationalist and anti-Semitic leagues and the anarchist threat. The corpse of an unknown woman found in the Seine will propel an ambitious young inspector into the heart of a criminal investigation that will reveal a heavy state secret. He will cross  roads with Lépine, the head of a Prefecture poisoned by power
The series was created by Fabien Nury
struggles, the first woman lawyer and a courtesan converted into a spy ... These characters who are opposed will unite in the face of a coup. The Belle Époque is beautiful in only the name.

WHO IS VISITING PARIS 1900?
Created by comic book scriptwriter Fabien Nury, Paris Police 1900 features actors such as Jérémie Laheurte, Eugénie Derouand, Marc Barbé, Evelyne Brochu, Valérie Dashwood  and Christian Hecq. They
Jeremie Laheurte plays the lead role of Antoine Jouin
embody a gallery of personalities who really existed (the first female lawyer Jeanne Chauvin, Prefect Lépine, courtesan Marguerite Steinheil ...), in the
Evelyne Brochy is Meg Steinhell, the courtesan
service of intrigues based on proven facts, but reimagined for television. Murders, blackmail, riots, plots and coups d'etat: CANAL + will meet you in Paris Police 1900 from February 8.
 

16 comments:

  1. Looks like all kinds of violent crimes will be going on in this one.

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    1. I think the second half of the 19th century and the first one of the 20th were the most violent ones ever. My own country first had a war against the Ottomans in the last decades of the 19th century, we rebelled against their 500 years long rule, then when that was finished we had three bloody wars against Bulgarians, which left us victorious but also devastated and destroyed, and that is the state in which we were drown into the WW1, sadly, with barely any army, and when we won that one as well and created the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, two decades later we lost millions again in WW2. It just never rains but pours in bucketloads of shit.

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    2. Yes, it most certainly does for you Serbs. You all deserve to have some peace for a change.

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    3. We do, and yet we never seem to get it :( We are currently 'enjoying' the worst tyrant we ever had and we had our share of them in the past. There will be nothing left from the country once he is done with us....

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    4. I'm sorry dear. If it makes you feel any better, we'll be sold to China before Biden is done screwing us over. Better grab me some Rosetta Stone so I can learn the language and have a chance at survival then.

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    5. I wonder if the Chinese would be interested in your neck of the woods, or maybe you're safe over in Indiana LOL

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    6. They most definitely are interested in our neck of the woods. We live just a few miles from where most of our military Hummers are produced. Whenever one of Jason's vendors comes in from China, they are always interested in scoping out anything military related in our area. They have an even bigger obsession with guns than we do. Last winter we had two vendors in to set up his company CNC machine. Jason asked what they would like to do for fun while they were in the US and they nearly peed themselves with excitement about going to a shooting range. And, they selected the biggest guns there for target practice. I'll have to send you a pic of them over at Facebook if Jason still has it on his phone. And they say Americans are obsessed with guns and war. I'm pretty sure China is 10x worse than us on that front.

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    7. Well, they did die in millions in WW2 and then they rebuilt their national spirit on heroic fight for freedom, so I understand their obsession with arms. But it is still very funny or maybe sad.

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  2. Have I mentioned that I like crime series? Haven't watched many French one though. This one is on my list to watch.

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    1. Hope somebody airs it over in your country. You can catch Miss Scarlet and the Duke at PBS while you are waiting for this one.

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  3. The courtesan that becomes a Spy is Mata Hari?

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  4. I like period crime shows so this could be fun.

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  5. This one looks SO GOOD!! Is there any way to stream it in the US?

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    1. Currently not, unless somebody buys it later on, a network or a streamer. I think Sundance TV worked with Canal + before but I'm not sure.

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