MONTREAL – TVA adds “The flaw” to its fall programming. The thriller of great quality of the author Frédéric Ouellet and director Patrice Sauvé will thus make the jump to traditional tv less than a year after its launch on Club illico, at the end of 2019.
In this thriller in eight episodes camped in the Great North of Quebec, the sergente-detective seasoned Céline Trudeau (Isabel Richer) hand to investigate the brutal assassination of an exotic dancer who shakes all the small mining community of Fermont.
It will be supported in his investigation by a young colleague, played by Alexandre Landry. Céline Trudeau will make a discovery that troubling to the other during his stay in the cold of the city, but will be especially upset by an encounter with her daughter, Sophie (By Morin), who has cut off communication with her for four years. Homecoming promise to be complex.
Marc Messier, Élise Guilbault, Jean-Philippe Perras, Patrick Hivon, Benoit Gouin, Marianne Fortier, David Savard and Éveline Gélinas, among others, are all featured in “The flaw”.
Last month, Club illico had momentarily removed The “flaw” of his catalogue, in response to allegations of sexual harassment and physical assault issued against By Morin by Safia Nolin. In the Face of the strong protests of the middle of the tv, outraged that all of the artists and craftsmen of “The loophole” should be penalised in the context, Videotron was then returned to the fiction on its platform, in its complete discretion.
Among the other series in Club illico, which will be broadcast on TVA this fall, in addition to “The rift”, there are also “Street King” and “My son”. No case schedule has not yet been announced for each of these emissions.