Yes, we had to be patient to finally discover these little pearls! We do not know if we should be happy, or worry, but we take the risk! At worst, we will spend our days under the duvet to eat junk!

1. Good Behaviour

Old Downton Abbey, Michelle Dockery takes on a badass and enjoyable role, light years from that of Lady Mary: a professional swindler who tries to recover the custody of her son.

  Find on: OCS from 24 January.

2. Crime Time

If you liked Night Call, the movie with Jake Gyllenhall, this series is for you. In Brazil, a former cop becomes a TV star, traveling with his team to the scene of bloody news. The series, consisting of very short episodes (about ten minutes) traces with flashbacks the life of Tony, and explains index by index how it became so cynical.
Find on: currently on the Studio + app.

3. Big Little Lies

A series made by Jean-Marc Vallée (C.R.A.Z.Y., Dallas Buyers Club or Wild), we can not wait to see what it’s all about. The story? Four well-connected women find themselves involved in a murder case. And the cast is just exceptional: Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman, Shailene Woodley, Laura Dern, Alexander Skarsgard, Adam Scott, Zoë Kravitz … That promises.
Find on: OCS City from 20 February.

4. Girls saison 6

The Lena Dunham series offered us her best season in 2016, with funny and poignant episodes, and girls finally starting to reach (a little) the age of maturity. Let’s hope that season 6 will continue this momentum and will close off the series which, for better or for worse, will have marked a whole generation.

Find on: OCS City from February 13th.

5. Master of None saison 2

We loved the first season of this series on the love and professional life of a young actor in New York. With humor, tact and sweetness, Aziz Ansari tackled subjects as important as immigration or discrimination. We can not wait to see what happens next.

  Find on: Netflix in April.

6. Incorporated

In the near future where multinationals reign over the world, the poor and the rich live in very delimited areas. Among the rich, a young executive with a mysterious past tries to rebel against the system.
Find on: SyFy in spring 2017.

7. Fargo saison 3

Season 1 was great, season 2 was a pure masterpiece … So much to tell you that expectations are high for Season 3 of Fargo, a series freely inspired by the cult movie of the Coen brothers. The cast will include Ewan McGregor, Carrie Coon (formidable in The Leftovers and Gone Girl) and Mary Elizabeth Winstead (Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, 10 Cloverfield Lane, BrainDead).

  Find on: in April on Netflix.

8. Lethal Weapon

For all those who want good entertainment to unplug the brain, this funny and muscular adaptation of cult movies will do the trick.

Find on: late 2017 on TF1, or right now on VOD MYTF1 service.

9. The Leftovers saison 3

This metaphysical and shocking series created by Damon Lindelof, former screenwriter of Lost, will end unfortunately in April. We will find Kevin, Nora and the others, always finding meaning in their lives after the disappearance of 2% of the world population during a mysterious event. The opportunity to get there if you have not yet discovered it.

Find on: OCS in April.

10. The Fall

We obviously loved the British version, where Jamie Dornan, a serial killer, and Gillian Anderson, a fierce detective, played cat and mouse. So we are curious to see what the French version will give, especially with the awesome Melvil Poupaud in the role of the killer.

  Find on: soon on TF1.