In this Flemish variation on the police detective series, eponymous investigators Frank Sedes and Lena Belli, both employed by Vic Moens' security firm, dig in to various dodgy affairs on ...
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In each episode of this Flemish whodunit based on the books of Pieter Aspe, a serious crime - usually one or more murders in the author's home town Bruges - gets investigated by the grumpy ... See full summary »
Michel van Dousselaere,
In this Flemish detective series, the Dutch title of which means in the act, notably "in flagrante delicto", a team of the Belgian (national) police lead by John Nauwelaerts investigates ... See full summary »
The once unconditional friendship between police officers Vincke and Verstuyft hits a very rough patch when they come up against a series of gruesome murders. Complicating matters even ... See full summary »
Koen De Bouw,
Werner De Smedt,
After his wife cheats on him with his superior, police commissioner Witse leaves Brussels for Halle to start a new life. His idiosyncratic character and ways of solving cases often clashes with his new colleagues.
In this Flemish variation on the police detective series, eponymous investigators Frank Sedes and Lena Belli, both employed by Vic Moens' security firm, dig in to various dodgy affairs on account of diverse private clients, which repeatedly brings them on the trace of criminals. Written by
"Sedes&Belli" is NOT boring! Maybe you can forecast what's coming, but that is NOT boring! The actors are really great and the stories are good! The caracters aren't maybe not so nice to there colleague's, but that's the storie. That's what makes "Sedes&Belli" great! "Sedes&Belli" is NOT boring!
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