Chloé Saint-Laurent is a profiler and works with a police team to solve murders in Paris. She's very sweet, she wears very colored clothes and a huge yellow bag. She looks like a little ... See full summary »
Julie Lescaut is divorced and works as the police commissar in Clairiéres, an imaginary village in the suburbs of Paris, where she tries to reconcile her stressful job with the education of her two teenage daughters.
A newlywed with the ability to communicate with the earthbound spirits of the recently deceased overcomes skepticism and doubt to help send their important messages to the living and allow the dead to pass on to the other side.
Jennifer Love Hewitt,
After a very promising first season, the viewer easily gets lost in this incongruous series' storyline. Just when one starts to know the characters, their personalities or their anecdotes, the script begins to drift, so you can never get attached to the heroines nor to their many absurd life experiences. Are the three main characters trying to set a new world record in the number of their sexual partners? Jessica for example, has been attached to at least three men in a season. Even though the costumes and the locations are gorgeous, actors (and especially the actresses) cannot act and continuity is not at "rendez-vous" between the chapters.
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