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Shane Meadows and Jack Thorne's 'The Virtues' triumphs at Series Mania

Shane Meadows and Jack Thorne's 'The Virtues' triumphs at Series Mania
The special jury prize went to Nir Bergman and Ram Nehari’s Israeli social drama Just For Today,

Shane Meadows and Jack Thorne’s four-part English-language drama The Virtues took the top Grand Prix award at TV festival and industry event Series Mania (March 22-30) in the northern French city of Lille over the weekend.

Lead actor Stephan Graham was also feted with the best actor award for his performance as the troubled, alcoholic protagonist who returns to his family home in Ireland to confront the roots of his problems.

The drama was produced by the UK’s Warp Films
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Series Mania 2019 Festival Announces Winners, With UK Drama ‘The Virtues’ Picking Up Top Prizes

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Series Mania 2019 Festival Announces Winners, With UK Drama ‘The Virtues’ Picking Up Top Prizes
The international TV event Series Mania unveiled its 2019 winners Saturday during the closing ceremony in France.

Taking place in Lille, this year’s festival ran from March 22-30, and included masterclasses from Uma Thurman, Freddie Highmore, Charlie Brooker and Sharp Objects creator Marti Noxon who will also serve as president of the Official Competition jury.

Also on the jury were The Good Wife star Julianna Margulies, French actress Audrey Fleurot, French writer Delphine de Vigan and Thomas Lilti, creator-director of Canal + hit Hippocrate.

Below is the full list of winners

Official Competition

Grand Prix: The Virtues

Created and written by Shane Meadows and Jack Thorne (UK)

Directed by: Shane Meadows – Production: Warp Films, Big Arty Productions – Broadcast by: Channel 4 (UK)

Special Jury Prize: Just for Today

Created and written by Nir Bergman and Ram Nehari (Israël)

Written and directed: Nir Bergman – Production: Endemol Shine Israël – Broadcast: Yes TV
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Netflix, TF1 Enter Milestone Partnership on French Period Series ‘Bazar de la Charité’ (Exclusive)

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TF1, France’s top commercial network, is joining forces with Netflix for the first time to co-finance “Le Bazar de la Charité,” a high-profile period series inspired by a real-life tragedy and written by Catherine Ramberg (“The Source”) and Karine Spreuzkouski.

Co-produced by Quad Télévision and TF1, the eight-part series unfolds in Paris in November 1897 and revolves around the consequences of a devastating fire which destroyed the building known as the Bazar de la Charité, where a large charity event was taking place. The fire caused more than 130 deaths, mainly high-society women and their entourages.

The series, which is being directed by Alexandre Laurent (“La Mante”), follows the romantic journey of three women, Adrienne De Lenverpre, Alice De Jeansin and her maid, Rose Rivière, who see their destinies turned upside-down from identity theft, forbidden love, betrayal and emancipation.

The cast is headlined by Audrey Fleurot, Julie De Bona (“Le Tueur du Lac
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‘Lambs of God’ to premiere at Series Mania

Lambs of God’ (Photo: Mark Rogers)

Lingo Pictures’ Foxtel-commissioned comedic drama Lambs of God will have its world premiere in official competition at Series Mania next month.

Created by Sarah Lambert and directed by Jeffrey Walker, the show adapted from Marele Day’s novel will compete with nine series from the UK, the Us, Israel, Norway, France and Russia.

Glendyn Ivin’s BBC/ABC psychological drama The Cry, adapted by Jacquelin Perske from the Helen FitzGerald novel, will screen in the International Panorama section of the event which runs from March 22-30 in Lille, northern France.

Sharp Objects creator Marti Noxon will serve as president of the competition jury with The Good Wife star Julianna Margulies, French actress Audrey Fleurot, French writer Delphine de Vigan and Thomas Lilti, creator-director of Canal + hit Hippocrate.

Starring Essie Davis, Ann Dowd, Jessica Barden and Sam Reid, Lambs of God follows three nuns,
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Series Mania 2019 Lineup Includes Netflix, HBO & Channel4; Uma Thurman, Charlie Brooker, Freddie Highmore Among Speakers

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Ever-growing international TV event Series Mania has unveiled an impressive 2019 lineup including new dramas from Netflix, HBO and the UK’s Channel4. Scroll down for the lineups in full.

Taking place in Lille, northern France, this year’s event (March 22-30) will include masterclasses from Uma Thurman, Freddie Highmore, Charlie Brooker and Sharp Objects creator Marti Noxon who will also serve as president of the Official Competition jury. Also on the jury are The Good Wife star Julianna Margulies, French actress Audrey Fleurot (Spiral), French writer Delphine de Vigan and Thomas Lilti, creator-director of Canal + hit Hippocrate.

Thurman will be in town for the international premiere of Netflix Original Series Chambers, a Ya supernatural drama thriller from Stephen Gaghan (Syriana). HBO’s Folklore, an Asian horror anthology, plays in International Competition, as does HBO Europe’s Success, directed by Danis Tanovic (No Man’s Land). Amazon-Arte project Une
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Series Mania Unveils 2019 Festival Lineup

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Series Mania Unveils 2019 Festival Lineup
Graced by Uma Thurman, “The Good Doctor” star Freddie Highmore and “Black Mirror” creators Charlie Brooker and Anabel Jones, the 10th edition of Series Mania will kick off March 22 with a prominent Netflix presence, a broader geographical reach and a strong showing of women writers and directors.

Thurman will make the trek to Lille, in northeast France, for the international premiere of Netflix Original Series “Chambers,” which looks like one of the hottest tickets in this year’s 10-title Official Competition. “Chambers” is a Ya supernatural drama thriller from Stephen Gaghan and Turner’s multi-platform Super Deluxe. In it a young heart attack victim begins to take on the sinister characteristics of her deceased heart donor. Thurman plays the donor’s mother.

Thurman, Highmore, and Brooker and Jones will deliver Series Mania masterclasses, as will writer-producer-director Marti Noxon, who is president of the Official Competition jury. Other members of the
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‘Safe’: The Ending to Season 1 Is Absolutely Ludicrous, and More Mysteries Should Follow Suit — Spoilers

[Editor’s Note: The following article contains spoilers for “Safe” Season 1 on Netflix, including the ending.]

There isn’t likely to be a “Safe” Season 2, and anyone who’s finished the first season knows why.

Still, in an age of inexplicable renewals and extended limited series, it never hurts to have confirmation, and creator Harlan Coben provided as much as he could — on screen and off. In an interview with Digital Spy that emphasized all the answers to the Netflix murder-mystery were in Season 1, Coben said he wouldn’t “rule out” a Season 2, but later added he doubts it will ever happen.

That’s pretty emphatic as far as creator speculation goes, and Coben speaks even more clearly via the final episode: As a soapy, twist-driven mystery, “Safe” is all wrapped up. Rather than throw in a last-second reveal that upended the answers that had been building over the last few episodes, Coben chose to structure his project as eight episodes and out.
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Safe: Season One Viewer Votes

How dangerous is the first season of the Safe TV show on Netflix? As we all know, the Nielsen ratings typically play a big role in determining whether TV shows like Safe are cancelled or renewed for season two. Netflix and other streaming platforms, however, collect their own data. If you've been watching this TV series, we'd love to know how you feel about the Safe season one episodes. We invite you to rate them for us, below. A Netflix drama, Safe stars Michael C. Hall, Amanda Abbington, Audrey Fleurot, Hannah Arterton, Louis Greatorex, Raj Paul, Joseph Sibtain, Hero Fiennes Tiffin, Freddie Thorp, Tyler Conti, Emmett J Scanlan, Marc Warren, Nigel Lindsay, Laila Rouass. The thriller centers on Tom (Hall), a pediatric surgeon who lost his wife, Rachel, a year ago. Tom is bringing up his two
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Safe: Has the Netflix TV Series Been Cancelled or Renewed for Season Two?

Vulture Watch Is there more safety in streaming than in network television? Has the Safe TV show been cancelled or renewed for a second season on Netflix? The television vulture is watching all the latest TV cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Safe, season two. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?   What's This TV Show About? A Netflix drama, Safe stars Michael C. Hall, Amanda Abbington, Audrey Fleurot, Hannah Arterton, Louis Greatorex, Raj Paul, Joseph Sibtain, Hero Fiennes Tiffin, Freddie Thorp, Tyler Conti, Emmett J Scanlan, Marc Warren, Nigel Lindsay, Laila Rouass. The thriller centers on Tom (Hall), a pediatric surgeon who lost his wife, Rachel, a year ago. Tom is bringing up his two daughters in a well-appointed gated community,
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‘Safe’ Review: Michael C. Hall’s Netflix Murder-Mystery Is Like His British Accent — It’ll Win You Over

‘Safe’ Review: Michael C. Hall’s Netflix Murder-Mystery Is Like His British Accent — It’ll Win You Over
The first word uttered by Michael C. Hall in “Safe” — the Netflix murder-mystery that has so much more going on than that identifier implies — is “sorry.” He’s apologizing to his daughter for grabbing her hand at a funeral, so he says it quietly. Her response is louder and clearer: “Yeah, right.” Clearly, there’s friction there, but there’s something else going on, too. Is that… an accent?

It is, but it will take one year to confirm as much. Luckily, unlike other bloated Netflix originals, “Safe” moves through a year in less time than a title sequence, so with the click of a “skip intro” button, you’re immersed in the full British intonation of the former “Six Feet Under” star. Much like the series’ overall rapidity, it’s jarring at first. Hearing Dexter say “community barbecue” like “comm-un-it-y buh-bah-coo” could send you into a giggle fit if
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Safe

Network: Netflix. Episodes: Ongoing (hour). Seasons: Ongoing. TV show dates: May 10, 2018 — present. Series status: Has not been cancelled. Performers include: Michael C. Hall, Amanda Abbington, Audrey Fleurot, Hannah Arterton, Louis Greatorex, Raj Paul, Joseph Sibtain, Hero Fiennes Tiffin, Freddie Thorp, Tyler Conti, Emmett J Scanlan, Marc Warren, Nigel Lindsay, Laila Rouass. TV show description: A thriller from creator Harlan Coben, the Safe TV show centers on Tom (Hall), a pediatric surgeon who lost his wife a year ago. Tom is bringing up his two daughters in a well-appointed gated community, where he feels surrounded by friendship. After Tom begins a new relationship, his older daughter mysteriously disappears. It is then that he realizes
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Safe (2018) TV Show Trailer: Michael C. Hall Searches for a Daughter that Disappears in Netflix’s Thriller

Safe Trailer

Netflix‘s Safe (2018) TV show trailer stars Michael C. Hall, Amanda Abbington, Marc Warren, Hannah Arterton, and Audrey Fleurot. Safe‘s plot synopsis: “After his teenage daughter goes missing, widowed surgeon Tom Delaney (Michael C. Hall) begins unearthing dark secrets about the people closest to him.”

Safe also stars Louis Greatorex, Raj Paul, Joplin Sibtain, Hero [...]

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Trailer Binge: ‘Blindspotting’, ‘Anon’, ‘Safe’, ‘Life of the Party’ & ‘Detroiters’

Welcome to Trailer Binge, a recurring feature where we get a chance to catch up on some of the recent trailer releases in the past week. Whether it be indie releases, or recent movie and TV trailers that may have otherwise slipped through the cracks, Trailer Binge allows us to catch up on the seemingly constant onslaught of new new content being released each week.

In this edition of Trailer Binge, we take a look at trailers for Sundance darling ‘Blindspotting‘, the Sci-fi film ‘Anon‘ and a new Michael C. Hall series ‘Safe‘. Plus, we have new trailers for the new Melissa McCarthy comedy ‘Life of the Party‘ and ‘Detroiters‘ Season 2. Let the binge begin!

‘Blindspotting’ Trailer

Blindspotting will debut in select cities July 20th, and also stars Daveed Diggs, Rafael Casal, Janina Gavankar, Jasmine Cephas Jones, Ethan Embry, Tisha Campbell-Martin, Utkarsh Ambudkar, and Wayne Knight.

Collin (Daveed Diggs) must
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Netflix thriller series Safe starring Michael C. Hall and Amanda Abbington

With just three weeks to go until it arrives on Netflix, the streaming service has released a trailer and batch of images for its upcoming thriller series Safe which sees Dexter star Michael C. Hall returning to the small screen alongside Amanda Abbington, Audrey Fleurot, Hannah Arterton, Emmett J. Scanlan, Marc Warren, Nigel Lindsay, and Laila Rouass; check them out here…

Tom’s wife died a year ago and he’s bringing up his two daughters, living in a beautiful gated community, with close friends nearby and a new relationship starting. But when his eldest daughter disappears in mysterious circumstances he realises that in fact he knows nothing about the people closest to him – dark secrets about the people he loves and the place where he lives.

Partners, children, lovers, parents, and friends – does anyone really know the people they love? And how well do people know Tom? As the story opens,
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Michael C. Hall Goes Looking For His Missing Daughter in First Trailer For Netflix's Safe

Netflix has released the first trailer for an upcoming new crime thriller called Safe. The series stars Michael C. Hall and he plays a widowed surgeon named Tom Delaney, whose daughter goes missing. The story follows his journey as he goes out looking for her and in the process "begins unearthing dark secrets about the people closest to him in a wealthy gated community."

The series was created by best-selling novelist Harlan Coben (the “Myron Bolitar” novel series) with a screenplay by Danny Brocklehurst. The series also stars Amanda Abbington, Audrey Fleurot, Hannah Arterton, Emmett J. Scanlan, Marc Warren, Nigel Lindsay and Laila Rouass.

I like Michael C. Hall and I've enjoyed the shows that he's made so I'll definitely be checking this new series out. Check out the trailer and let us know if you'll be giving it a shot!

Safe arrives on Netflix on May 10!
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‘Safe’ Trailer: Netflix Kidnapping Drama Series Finds Michael C. Hall Tapping His Inner Liam Neeson

‘Safe’ Trailer: Netflix Kidnapping Drama Series Finds Michael C. Hall Tapping His Inner Liam Neeson
Michael C. Hall has long been a central part in shows closely associated with danger, whether it comes from the characters he plays (“Dexter”) or his characters deal with what comes after (“Six Feet Under”). From the looks of his new Netflix show “Safe,” he’s moved on to playing someone stuck between the two.

In “Safe,” he plays Tom, a surgeon still dealing with the aftermath of his wife’s death a year after it happened. Raising the rest of his family alone, his world gets upended again when one of his daughters goes missing. To make matters even more complicated, he finds out that the community he’s raised his kids in for so long is made up of at least a few people who are not exactly as they seem.

“Safe” also stars Amanda Abbington as a detective who helps Tom in his pursuit of answers. The series’ ensemble includes Audrey Fleurot,
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Canneseries Jury President Harlan Coben Previews The TV Festival’s Inaugural Year and International Slate

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Television is staking more ground in Cannes, and Harlan Coben thinks it’s about time. The author and creator behind Netflix’s upcoming “Safe” returns to the Croisette this weekend to head up the jury at Canneseries, a new TV festival competition taking place along side the annual MipTV market.

“Now that we’re in the golden age of television, I think it’s long overdue,” Coben told IndieWire. “I think everyone now is chomping at the bit for it. I’m really excited. I’m looking forward to walking around the convention hall, and looking at all the variety of TV that’s around, and the new perspectives. South Korea, Mexico, Israel — I really look forward to seeing what they’re doing with storytelling, because it’s just going to be different.”

Coben, as president of the jury, will be joined on the panel by actress Paula Beer (Germany
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2018 Canneseries competition line-up revealed

2018 Canneseries competition line-up revealed
The event launches in Cannes this April.

Canneseries, the international TV festival launching in Cannes this April (7-11), has revealed the ten series in its official competition selection.

Scroll down for full line-up

The titles include Killing Eve created by Phoebe Waller-Bridge (Fleabag) and starring Sandra Oh and Fiona Shaw, and Aquí En La Terra, created by Gael García Bernal with Kyzza Terrazas and Jorge Dorantes.

The titles were selected by Canneseries artistic director Albin Lewi.

The festival was founded by David Lisnard, mayor of Cannes and presided by former French culture minister Fleur Pellerin. It will run alongside Miptv.
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‘Witnesses: The Complete Series 2′ DVD Review

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When a show starts with the discovery of fifteen frozen bodies on a bus, you know that things are going to get dark. Witnesses: The Complete Series 2 manages to take viewers into a dark place, but the frozen bodies aren’t the most disturbing thing about this French series.

When fifteen frozen bodies are found on a bus, Detective Sandra Winckler (Marie Dompnier) is given the job of finding out who the victims are. When Catherine Keemer (Audrey Fleurot) turns up on the streets suffering from memory loss, with the only memory being her missing baby boy it is soon revealed that the two events are connected.

The second season of Witnesses weaves a tale not only of murder and kidnap, but also historical abuse of children, and in many ways it could be easy to get lost in all the strands the story creates. Thankfully though this isn’t the case,
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Win ‘Witnesses’: Seasons 1 & 2 On DVD

Arrow Films is thrilled to announce the DVD & Blu-Ray release of the critically acclaimed and highly anticipated Witnesses – Frozen Death as well as the Witnesses Season One & Two DVD Box Set on Monday 15th January 2018. The gripping eight-part French police drama premiered on BBC Four in 2017. To celebrate the release, we have three copies of the season one and two box set to give away.

Witnesses – The Frozen Death begins with the discovery of 15 frozen bodies of men in the north of France. Lieutenant Sandra Winckler (Marie Dompnier, The Tunnel) uncovers that all 15 men are connected to Catherine Keemer (Audrey Fleurot, Spiral), who went missing three years ago.

The determined Sandra Winckler leaves no stone unturned to find Catherine Keemer. When Sandra finds Catherine, Catherine can’t remember her past – except that she gave birth to a child, who has disappeared.

Believing that Catherine is innocent, Sandra needs to find
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