Louise Bernard with Alexis Patri 10:56 a.m., December 08, 2021

The "New York Times", renowned American newspaper, unveiled its ranking of the best international series.

Three French series appear in this classification of only 10 programs.

A very good French performance which concerns programs broadcast on the France 2 and Canal + channels.

Cock-a-doodle Doo !

French fictions are experiencing a new lease of life which seduces French television viewers.

But now also international observers.

Three French series thus appear in the highly scrutinized ranking of the ten best international series seen in the United States, published by the highly regarded American newspaper of the 

New York Times

.

This ranking celebrates productions broadcast in France on France 2 and Canal +.

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Two of these three creations are signed France Télévisions.

With a surprise:

Laetitia

, the mini-series adapted from Yvan Jablonka's book on the murder of Laetitia Perrais.

An adaptation described as "overwhelming" by the

New York Times

.

Less surprisingly, the other public television production featured in the rankings is 

Ten Percent

.

"Perfect balance", "complexity and authenticity"

The series on the world of actors is decidedly praised by Americans, after having received the prestigious International Emmy Awards for best comedy a few days ago.

The New York Times critic hails the "perfect balance" of this "melodramatic comedy". 

The third French production is a creation of Canal +: 

Engrenages

.

"Complex, moving and authentic", it is called "best crime series that does not take place in New York, Baltimore or Birmingham".

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