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Disney+ Announces French Original Drama Series “The Lost Station Girls”

The Walt Disney Company EMEA has announced a new French Original drama series as part of their upcoming slate of EMEA Original titles for Disney+.  “The Lost Station Girls” has been greenlit and is based on true crime story.

In France, “The Lost Station Girls”, an Original series based on a true crime story in Southern France, between 1995 and 2001. A teenage girl disappears, and three young women are murdered around a train station in Perpignan. They are all beautiful, free spirited, and defiantly independent. Their faces appear in the newspapers. They became “The Lost Station Girls.”

Flore Robin, a young investigator, starts her job the day the first woman is found dead. She will have to join forces with police captain Franck Vidal and his mentor Félix Sabueso, a veteran who’s back from this unique case. At the same time, the mother of the disappeared girl follows every track to find her daughter…

For 20 years, their dogged hunt for what they call the “station killer” will never stop as a sense of psychosis descends on the city of Perpignan.

It stars Camille Razat, Hugo Becker, Patrick Timsit, Mélanie Doutey, Kevin Azaïs, and Yannick Choirat.

The show is created by Gaëlle Bellan and produced by Itinéraire Productions who made the BAFTA nominated, French Original “Oussekine” for Disney+.

Liam Keelan said “We’ve had a fantastic year across Europe with our Originals. Ambitious shows such as “Cristobal Balenciaga” from Spain, “Everything Is Fine” from France and “The Interpreter of Silence” from Germany have made a real impact with audiences across the region. We’ve continued to work with world-class talent both in front and behind the scenes to ensure our output is premium and popular. We’re now looking ahead to the upcoming releases of some incredible new shows including German Original “Pauline”, Spanish Original “Past Lies” and French Original “Becoming Karl Lagerfeld” to add to our growing slate.”

A release date for “The Lost Station Girls” has not been set yet.

 

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