A Brand New Spy Drama is Coming from the Creators of "The Bureau"
Not sure if you know this, but The Bureau, Éric Rochant's award winning political thriller series about France's foreign security agents, is the biggest thing on the French silver screen right now. It's won universal critical acclaim, a loyal fan base, and is sold in over 95 territories.
Tomorrow Studios, the production studio that brought us the recently aired dystopian drama Snowpiercer, has announced that they've scored the in demand showrunner Rochant to team up with them to create a new global spy drama. The show will focus on intelligence officers from the U.S., China, Russia, the UK and France. Will they be allies? Enemies? We don't know but we can't wait to find out!
Snowpiercer is also generating its own buzz, based on the 2013 Korean-Czech film, which is based on a French graphic novel Le Transperceneige. It follows a train that circles the globe carrying what's left of humanity after the Earth turns into a frozen wasteland.
The new show, sure to be our next irresistible obsession, will be Rochant's U.S. television debut. It's title is TBD, but it sounds like it will be gold, and stay tuned for air dates!