Most Wanted Criminals on TF1: what does the press think of the series with Julian McMahon (Charmed)? – News Series on TV

Launched last Wednesday on TF1, “Most Wanted Criminals” continues this evening with three new episodes. Was the French press excited by this spin-off of “FBI” carried by Julian McMahon (“Charmed”, “Nip / Tuck”) and Kellan Lutz (“Twilight”)?

What is it about ?

The daily newspaper of a section of the FBI where agents are responsible for tracking down the most wanted criminals according to a list of names. Experienced agent Jess LaCroix oversees a highly qualified team that operates continuously in the field. This undercover mobile unit pursues those who attempt to escape justice.

Most Wanted Criminals, created by René Balcer and produced by Dick Wolf.

With Julian McMahon, Kellan Lutz, Roxy Sternberg, Nathaniel Arcand, …

Every Wednesday at 9:05 p.m. on TF1 since July 14

What the press thinks …

According to Cable Sat TV:

“The fourteen episodes of this first season are perfectly calibrated: an episode, a fugitive, a stalking and a little personal development for the different characters. Paced and effective, the concept testifies, once again, of the undeniable knowledge- make Dick Wolf when it comes to procedural crime series. ” 4/5

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According to Le Figaro:

“Classic but effective. (…) Julian McMahon, alias Jess LaCroix, widower, father of a little girl and not always very square supervisory special agent, carries his team – and the series – with a lot of humanity.” 3.5 / 5

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According to Télé 7 jours:

“Spin-off of the FBI series, Most Wanted Criminals is proving rather effective despite a subject more than hackneyed in fiction. When the crème de la crème of investigators stalks the crème de la crème of garbage, it works and we want more! ” 3/5

According to Le Parisien:

“Dive into the heart of an elite FBI unit, a well-crafted investigation with no downtime, all the ingredients are there for a good evening, even if it lacks a little originality.” 3/5

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According to Télé Z:

“A rowdy procession of heavy artillery and heartbreaking clichés.” 1/5

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