Murder in Provence is a completely new crime thriller that will soon be available on BritBox. BritBox’s first worldwide contract and the first partnership among BritBox UK and BritBox North America, the three situations pledged to keep audiences on the edge of their seats.
“We anticipate that Murder in Provence will be the debut of several worldwide creations developed especially for BritBox members,” said Will Harrison, General Manager of BritBox UK. M.L. Longworth’s works seem custom fit for tv, and we’re looking forward to launching the show next year.”
When Will it Announce?
Murder in Provence will consist of three 90-minute segments and will premiere primarily on BritBox on March 1, 2022.
The Plot of ‘Murder in Provence’
Murder in Provence features A. Verlaque, an Examining Justice in Aix-en-Provence, and his loving girlfriend M. Bonnet as they probe the killings, riddles, and sinister underside of their picturesque homeland, based on M.L. Longworth’s writings.
“The coupling of R Allam and N. Carroll as Antoine and Marine is really delectable and offers fighting and joy as they investigate murders in one of the globe’s most gorgeous environments,” Alison Owen of Monumental Media said. We now have a unique trailer from Murder in Provence, showing one of the cases that Antoine, Marine, and Hélène will be investigating.
Who’s in the Cast of ‘Murder in Provence’?
Allam (Endeavour, The Thick of It) will portray A. Verlaque, with N. Carroll (The Crown, Father Brown) as his colleague M. Bonnet and K. Settle (The Greatest Showman) as Hélène, a colleague investigator and Antoine’s confidante, in Murder in Provence. S. Stephenson (Shirley, Before You Go, Downton Abbey) is adapting Murder in Provence for the cinema, which will be helmed by C. Thomas (The Deceived, Harlots, Victoria) and financed by G. Marmion (Harlots, Doctor Foster). D. Hayward, A. Owen, and A Carpenter serve as executive creators.
Is There A Trailer Available?
Yes, the promo for Murder in Provence was released on February 10 via BritBox, and it provides us a lovely glimpse at Antoine and Marine’s friendship, as well as a preview peek at some of the crimes that the pair will be attempting to solve when their vacation is abruptly cut short. IMDB rated it 8 on a scale of 10.
Line With the Most Pilot-y Feeling
Another throwback to the show’s past? Despite the fact that they are playing French people living in France, every actor is British and speaks with a British intonation. Although the protagonists have British ancestors, they are all intended to be French citizens. Perhaps the only dialect you hear is that of one of the defendants, who is Italian. That seems like anything you’d see on a BBC drama from the 1980s.
SKIP IT, is our recommendation. Don’t get us wrong: the setting in Murder In Provence is stunning, and the actors provide pleasant and relaxed portrayals. However, the series’ tempo is languid, and the riddles are perplexing, making us want to focus our efforts elsewhere.
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