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Nathalie Baye, Maiwenn Topline Gaumont’s Paris-Set Crime Series for Canal Plus (Exclusive)

29 June 2017 2:10 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Paris – French stars Nathalie Baye and Maiwenn will play mother and daughter in “Nox” (working title), a crime thriller series set in Paris’ underworld that Mabrouk El Mechri will direct for pay-tv group Canal Plus.

Produced by Gaumont, “Nox” will star Baye as a retired cop who was forced out because of her rebellious personality and has to step back in when her daughter, also a cop, disappears in Paris’ vast underground tunnels. The series will explore these hollowed-out shelters spreading across miles beneath Paris where the investigation unfolds. Malik Zidi (“Made in France”) also stars.

“Nox” was created by Fred Cavayé (“Point Blank,””Radin”), Quoc Dang Tran (“Kaboul Kitchen”) and Jérôme Fansten (“Amnêsia”). Tran penned the series, whose filming will begin on July 10.

Fabrice de la Patelliere, head of drama at Canal Plus, told Variety that while this series can be described as a cop show, it’s different from the pay TV channel’s flagship »

- Elsa Keslassy

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