Airing on TVA in autumn 2021 The series Chaos is

Airing on TVA in autumn 2021: The series “Chaos” is to be seen elsewhere in the world

Hopes for a worldwide sale or adaptation of the “Chaos” series are boosted after Quebecor Content struck a worldwide distribution agreement with German company Bavaria Media International.

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The 10-episode drama series, produced by Amalga’s André Dupuy (“L’Échappée”, “Fragments”) and Keep it Simple’s Josélito Michaud, can be seen these days at the Berlinale Series Market in Germany, where the announcement of this agreement is hit.

Josélito Michaud is the creator of this thriller directed by Stéphan Beaudoin (“Classé secret”, “L’heure bleue”), which was broadcast on TVA in autumn 2021.

“Chaos” tells the story of 10 teenagers who attend their idol INVO’s (Simon Morin) concert after receiving VIP passes. The night they’ve been waiting for turns into a nightmare when a bomb goes off during the Quebec star’s performance at the Santorini. Several people are killed and others injured. Both the survivors and the families of the victims are scarred for the rest of their lives by this tragedy, whose perpetrators are sought as the episodes progress.

In addition to Simon Morin, Mélissa Bédard, Christian Bégin, Denis Bernard, Pascale Bussières, Tom-Eliot Girard, Lévi Doré, Ariel Ifergan, Pier-Gabriel Lajoie, Pierre Lebeau, Fanny Mallette, Lysandre Ménard, Henri Picard, Melanie Pilon also play in “Chaos”. , Daniel Thomas and Carla Turcotte.

“We see strong international demand among young adults for thriller stories on relevant and exciting topics of our time. “Chaos” therefore has enormous market potential,” emphasizes Helge Koehnen, Head of Content Sales at Bavaria Media.

“We can see, with all these disasters piling up on the planet, there are people who are suffering. In suspenseful Chaos, we took the time to closely follow key survivors to understand each individual’s aftermath and trauma. To remind us not to let up, it is important to us that the series is seen on as many screens as possible,” added producers André Dupuy and Josélito Michaud in a joint statement.