Zen (2011– )
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Vendetta 

Zen is sent to a remote village to re-investigate a murder, which may spark a political scandal.

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Tania Moretti
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Amedeo Colonna
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Moscati
Daniele Monterosi ...
Branco
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Donata
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Gilberto Nieddu
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Tito Spadola
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Maria
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Judge Corrado Bertolini
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Pepe Spadola
Vincent Riotta ...
Giorgio de Angelis
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Romizi
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Vincenzo Fabri
Alessandro Cica ...
Oscar Faso
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Oscar Faso, a professional 'fixer' is murdered in his house along with two escort girls. House guest Favelloni initially confesses but later denies everything. Political scandal is involved and Zen, a Venetian cop based in Rome,is told by his superiors to get a conviction before there is too much adverse publicity. Favelloni tells Zen he has been set up by influential men leaning on Zen's bosses but when Zen visits the murder scene he discovers a feral girl and a network of underground caves and a handyman who had conveniently gone missing after the murders. He also has to deal with Tito Spadula,a terminally ill parolee who is rubbing out all the people who helped put him in jail - though when Zen is cornered by Spadula and his son salvation comes from an unexpected source. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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TV-14
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Most cars used in this episode are from Alfa Romeo. See more »

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Zen Main Theme
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Written by Adrian Johnston
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