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VSthis week, Point appeals to your curiosity by providing you a preferred sequence: The Negotiator, or the story of a financial institution theft worthy of a boulevard theater, piloted by a touching negotiator performed by François-Xavier Demaison. For its first night of broadcast, the sequence managed to draw greater than 4 million viewers. We go from tv to the Internet with #Love Army: Where are you Jérôme? A fascinating documentary sequence a few net star on a humanitarian mission in Bangladesh who disappeared in a single day.

From the digital world of the Internet, we transfer to the dystopian world, with the spin-off of one of the well-known post-apocalyptic sequence on the earth: The Walking Dead : The Ones Who Live – the story of the sudden reunion of two sentient beings in a world that’s now not sentient. Finally, for sport and competitors fans, The Queen's Game is a gripping story a few younger orphan who develops a ardour for chess. At the time, the saga had a lot influence that it launched a substantial craze for on-line chess (the Chess.com website went from 20,000 to 125,000 new members per day).

The Negotiator : deal

Antoine Clerc (the touching François-Xavier Demaison) leads a posh and shaky life. Between his three former wives and his three daughters, he struggles to make ends meet. Before attending the marriage of one among his ex-wives, this loving father should go to the financial institution together with his eldest daughter to attempt to repay a debt together with his banker. Arriving on the counter, Antoine finds himself in the midst of a theft, but it surely's a metamorphosis: he demonstrates disconcerting confidence and talent within the face of the assailant. No shock from this former BRI negotiator who stopped his job following a negotiation which changed into a tragedy.

Our hero should handle a psychologically fragile robber, a inflexible raid chief, anxious hostages and his unpredictable household. Contemporary within the selection of characters (the careerist cop dealing with the daddy hen), the TF1 sequence delivers on its problem of in style leisure, notably due to François-Xavier Demaison who “runs the house”.

The Negotiatortwo episodes broadcast at 9:10 p.m. on TF1 from March 25 to April 8, 2024 and in replay on TF1+.

#LoveArmy : however the place might Jérôme Jarre be hiding?

Fascinating investigation by Charles Villa (chief reporter for Brut) on Jérôme Jarre, a former net star who immediately disappeared from circulation after organising an enormous humanitarian mission for the good thing about the Rohingya in Bangladesh. The very first thing that strikes newbies is his unbelievable recognition within the United States – the documentary means that the younger Savoyard can be higher recognized there than the participant Kylian Mbappé. By making quick humorous movies on Vine (ancestor of TikTok), the younger man has turn out to be one of many largest influencers on the planet.

Little by little, he grew to become concerned in humanitarian work till the day he referred to as on influencers (Mister V, Seb la Frite) and celebrities (DJ Snake, Omar Sy) to assist the biggest refugee camp. refugees of the world. But in 2019, Jérôme Jarre disappeared. Leaving his crew there in a precarious state. Big doubts then seem about the usage of the hundreds of thousands of euros donated by volunteers. In an inquisitive tone, the documentary sequence seeks to grasp the disappearance of a person who, regardless of all his good will, had issue seeing his undertaking by way of to the top.

#Love Army: the place are you Jérome?out there on Prime Video.

The Walking Dead : The Ones Who Live: hope provides life

Two years after the top of the unique sequence (11 seasons), and after its spin-offs Dead City And Daryl Dixon, here’s a third spin-off sequence. But how do screenwriters nonetheless handle to resume themselves? Scott M. Gimple, the boss of the sequence The Walking Dead, selected the troublesome theme of affection to carry again to life two emblematic characters: Rick (formidable Andrew Lincoln) and Michonne (Danaia Gurira, co-producer of the present).

This time, Rick is a weak, hopeless man decreased to the bottom rung of the Civic and Militarized Republic (CRM), the post-apocalyptic universe wherein he (sur)lives. Separated for years in several societies, the previous lovebirds will study to like one another once more regardless of the ignominy of sure people. These skinned, delicate characters cling to the hope of discovering themselves once more. This narration, which oscillates between gory motion and emotional dialogues, manages to utterly captivate the viewer. A saga mastered to the top, with two impactful first episodes.

The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Liveout there on Paramount+.

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The Queen's Game : the hearth of chess

Checkmate ! When it was launched, the sequence was unanimously acclaimed, rating amongst Netflix's finest international productions. Adapted from the novel by Walter Tevis, the saga tells the story of Beth Harmon (Anya Taylor-Joy), a younger chess prodigy. Evolving in an basically male world, this orphan with a mischievous look discovers this well-known technique sport due to an previous man and, from then on, she devotes all her time to it. At the identical time, she confronts her discomfort and loneliness with treatment and alcohol, with out hindering her meteoric progress.

In 1968, in the midst of the Cold War, the American confronted the reigning world champion: the Russian Vasily Borgov. The brilliantly staged sequence will attraction to fans and novices alike, benefiting, throughout filming, from the clever recommendation of nice chess masters to make the sport scenes credible and fascinating. Anya Taylor-Joy, already seen in Split and the sequence Peaky Blindersbrilliantly embodies this inspiring vixen girl, giving chess a extra… female tone!

The Queen's Gameout there on Netflix.