The bet by the local content Netflix acquires a new dimension with its next police series. The giant of the streaming has announced the production of the Criminal, a drama anthology of 12 chapters of 45 minutes whose stories will be set in four different countries: Spain, France, Germany and the United Kingdom.
The screenwriter of Killing Eve, George Kay, and the director of the film Or in dreams, Jim Field Smith, are the creators of the project. Its premise: all narration will be in an interview room to have the intense mental conflict that is established between the agent and the suspect in question.
The entire series will be shot in the Production Hub of Netflix in the City of the Tele in Madrid. Each chapter, three for each of the above-mentioned countries, it will be written, produced and directed by local talent. In Spain, Mariano Barroso, award-winning filmmaker, creator of the acclaimed series of Movistar Tomorrow, direct and coproducirá episodes; and Alejandro Hernández & Manuel Martín Cuenca, the duo behind films like The author, or Cannibal, written.
Kay and Smith shall serve as showrunners of the series, and write the british side. In France the creative team will be formed by Frederic Mermoud (Les Revenants), Antonin Martin-Hilbert (Black Spot, Nina) and Mathieu Missoffe (Black Spot, Profilage: Profiles of criminals). To finish, the German talent including Oliver Hirschbiegel (4 Blocks, Downfall), Bernd Lange (Das Verschwinden) and Sebastian Heeg (Blaumacher).
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