The first episode of "Clarice", the American series which is the sequel to "Silence of the Lambs", will be available from Friday, February 12 on Salto, 24 hours after its broadcast in the United States.

The action takes place in 1993, a year after the events of the film.




, a long-awaited American series which is the sequel to

Silence des agneaux,

arrives on the French platform Salto on Friday.

It will be available 24 hours after its broadcast on CBS, in the United States.

It is the TF1 group which makes it available to the platform, which it publishes with France Télévisions and M6, because it is he who bought this series for France, as announced at the end of January in

Culture Médias

Sophie Leveaux, artistic director of acquisitions and international co-productions of TF1.

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The first of ten episodes will be available Friday, with one new episode every week.

"It's really one of the most anticipated series of this year," observed Sophie Leveaux on our antenna.

The action takes place in 1993, a year after the events of the film starring Jodie Foster and Anthony Hopkins.

The creation of CBS will follow the investigations of federal agent Clarice Starling, who was prosecuting Hannibal Lecter, in new investigations against sexual predators, a year after the arrest of the killer Buffalo Bill.

The investigator is played by Australian actress Rebecca Breeds.

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A broadcast of the series on TF1 could take place in 2022.