Last Thursday marked the launch of “Rebecca”, the new police series from TF1 which follows an inspector victim of blackouts. Has the press convinced by this adaptation of “Marcella”?
TF1 launched last Thursday Rebecca, a detective series with Anne Marivin and Benjamin Biolay. Adapted from the English fiction Marcella, it follows Rebecca, an inspector who returns to the police after 6 years of absence to investigate a series of murders that she believes to be linked to a serial killer she did not have. managed to quit 6 years earlier.
Rebecca advances in this investigation in a sometimes unorthodox way and often against her hierarchy. She often has blackouts when she confronts Julien, her husband, who has decided to leave her. She comes to suspect him of hiding the real reasons for their recent breakup from her. What if Julien took advantage of these blackouts to manipulate her?
Rebecca every Thursday evening from 9:05 p.m. on TF1 and already in full on Salto
Created by Didier Le Pêcheur, Delphine Labouret
With Anne Marivin, Benjamin Biolay, Samir Guesmi, Clotilde Courau, Baptiste Lecaplain …
What the press thinks …
According to Le Figaro:
“Rebecca is undoubtedly one of the best thrillers produced in recent years by TF1. It shows at the very least that the genre, often criticized, is very much alive, as long as the writing, the staging and the interpretation are truly mastered, as is the case here.. “ 4/5
According to Télé Loisirs:
“Adapted from the British series “Marcella”, “Rebecca” sets up a heavy and captivating atmosphere from this promising first episode. Anne Marivin delivers a remarkable performance in the role of Rebecca, just like Benjamin Biolay, whose charisma perfectly suits her character, Julien, the mysterious husband of the heroine.” 4/5
According to Télé 7 jours:
“Complex, captivating, demanding: the new series of TF1 keeps its promises and leaves no respite to the viewer who will be entitled to his share of revelations until the end.” 3.5 / 5
According to Télé Z:
“Coincidences are not always proof and the list of suspects is constantly evolving. Anne Marivin is convincing in the role of the depressive and Benjamin Biolay is masterful in every scene.” 3.5 / 5
According to Téléstar:
“No big surprise, but Anne Marivin is very convincing in the shoes of a cop.” 3/5
According to Ouest France:
“The brilliant interpretation of Anne Marivin (Under the skin) manages to tear us some shivers, over the plot. (…) But Rebecca, adapted from the British series Marcella, unfortunately remains unoriginal.” 2.5 / 5