The adaptation of Michel Bussi’s novel was broadcast on France 2 in 2018 where it had achieved excellent audiences by managing to bring together around four million spectators each evening! After L’Absente which was put online at the beginning of the week on Netflix, Maman à Tort is the new French series of the moment.
If you missed the broadcast on France 2, the detective thriller reveals the story of a young boy who tells a school psychologist that his mother is not his mother! A rather surprising speech that will push the latter to warn the police unfortunately too busy with other more urgent matters…
Mom wrongly: An exciting investigation?
Finally, the psychologist played by Samuel Theis will manage to convince Marianne Aubrais, a police commander who will therefore conduct an investigation into the parents of the child. However, she must solve a burglary case that took place a few months ago and whose perpetrators are still on the run with their loot.
The screenplay is inspired by the excellent novel written by Michel Bussi who declared that he really appreciated this adaptation which was very faithful to his work. The filming of Maman à Tort mainly took place in Le Havre but some scenes were filmed in Deauville and in the Hauts-de-France region. Viewer reviews are simply excellent, but it’s not surprising since France 2 averaged four million viewers during the three nights when the six episodes were broadcast.
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The cast is quite impressive with notably Anne Charrier in the role of the investigator, Pascal Elbé, Sophie Quinton and Camille Lou! If you haven’t had the chance to binge-watch yet Wrong Momhead over to Netflix immediately.
What release date for season 1 of Wrong Mom on Netflix?
The six episodes were broadcast on France 2 at the beginning of 2018 where they were particularly appreciated by viewers. Netflix Just Acquired The Rights Which Explains Why The release date of Maman à Tort on Netflix has been set for Friday, September 23, 2022.
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