Former Amsterdam police detective Floris Wolfs has been transferred to the police department of the south-Dutch country town Maastricht. His metropolitan experience nicely complements the ... See full summary »
In this Dutch police detective series, Detective Jurriaan 'Jurre' de Cock is sort of the 'Columbo' of a Dutch police city's police department, as deceptively poor in appearance (cheap ... See full summary »
It's about four friends in Gooi, a Dutch region where rich people live. One of those four friends, Cheryl, married Dutch singer Martin Morero. She moved from Amsterdam to Gooi. Anouk is an ... See full summary »
Linda de Mol,
Peter Paul Muller,
Peter and Eva, a nice young couple expecting their first child, buy a house in a suburban village. Before they get to move into their new home, they lose the baby girl. Eva has a hard time ... See full summary »
Bracha van Doesburgh,
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Mark van Eeuwen,
Maartje van de Wetering,
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"Keyzer & De Boer advocaten" has an interesting mix of light-hearted cases and drama, which is absolutely worth checking out. If people expect a new "Pleidooi" they will be in for a disappointment because this isn't an old-fashioned drama. And that certainly isn't a bad thing. Many shows have the tendency to turn into tearjerkers that are overly dramatic. Others turn into comedies that are so over the top they aren't even funny anymore. That is not the case with "Keyzer & De Boer" where the comedy aspect is never taken too far. It is a Dutch variation of what "Boston Legal" should have been (said show being a show that is too hilarious yet unfunny for its own good.) "Keyzer & De Boer" has its main idea much better worked out. Henriëtte Tol, Porgy Franssen, and Lineke Rijxman seem to understand best what this show is supposed to be. The characters of Daan Schuurmans and Daphne Bunskoek are at times a bit overstated, but that could be due to the way they are written. This show is just starting off, and both the actors and screenwriters probably need some time to develop their characters, but overall they seem to have got a good start. I would definitely like to see more.
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