Today Netflix dropped a teaser for the French limited series Gone for Good, its latest Original based on a Harlan Coben novel.
Adapted from Harlan Coben‘s best-selling novel of the same name, Gone for Good (Disparu à jamais) is the fourth collaboration between the author and Netflix. (The other three are the British series The Stranger, the Polish series The Woods, and the Spanish series The Innocent.)
The five-part mystery thriller stars Finnegan Oldfield (Das Boot), Nicolas Duvauchelle (Braquo), Guillaume Gouix (The Returned), Garance Marillier (Ad Vitam), and Nailia Harzoune (Les petits meurtres d’Agatha Christie), along with Grégoire Colin (Black Spot) and Tomas Lemarquis (Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga).
Thirty-something Guillaume Lucchesi (Finnegan Oldfield) thought he had drawn a line under the terrible tragedy that saw the two people he loved the most die: Sonia (Garance Marillier), his first love, and Fred (Nicolas Duvauchelle), his brother. Ten years later, Judith (Nailia Harzoune), whose love has made his life worth living again, suddenly disappears during Guillaume’s mother’s funeral. To find her, Guillaume will have to face all the truths that were hidden from him by his family and friends, as well as those that he’d long decided to ignore — for better, but mostly for worse.
A production of Calt Studio (Xavier Matthieu), the series is directed by Juan Carlos Medina (A Discovery of Witches), executive produced by Harlan Coben, and created and written by David Elkaïm (The Churchmen) and Vincent Poymiro (Chefs) in collaboration with Pauline Guena (Detectives), Nacim Mehtar (Unité 42), and Marion Festraëts (Chefs).
Gone for Good, a Netflix original series, premieres globally on Friday, August 13, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it on the show’s page.)
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