Van Der Valk: Series 1 (2020)
Tuesday 28th April 2020
Marc Warren stars as streetwise Dutch detective Van der Valk in a new detective series filmed entirely on location in Amsterdam as Van Der Valk: Series 1 arrives on DVD 11th May 2020 from Dazzler Media.
Van Der Valk also stars Maimie McCoy (The Three Musketeers) as Lucienne Hassell, his gutsy and fiercely competent right-hand woman. Luke Allen-Gale (Dominion), Elliot Barnes-Worrell (Jericho), Darrell D'Silva (Strike Back) and Emma Fielding (Les Misérables) complete the team. Guest starring Kees Boot (Judas), Reinout Bussemaker (Flight HS13), Frances Grey (Home Fires), Daniel Lapaine (The Durrells), Stephanie Leonidas (Snatch), Mike Libanon (Kill Switch), Vineeta Rishi (Line of Duty) and Tom York (Poldark).
Van Der Valk centres on the investigations of detective Piet Van der Valk in and around the city of Amsterdam as he investigates a series of high profile cases. This season Van der Valk and his team are immersed in the worlds of art, politics, addiction, mysticism and the fashion industry.
The original series, set in the 1970s and 90s was loosely based on the novels by Nicolas Freeling and provided British audiences with their first truly international detective - a complex, thoughtful and 'real' sleuth who tackled tough crimes against a picturesque Dutch backdrop. The new series re-imagines Van Der Valk in the contemporary world of Amsterdam and follows an engaging, unapologetic and street-smart detective as he leads his dynamic team in solving a raft of mysterious crimes using astute human observation and inspired detection.
The series is executive produced by Michele Buck (Endeavour, Parade's End, Lewis, Agatha Christie's Miss Marple and Poirot) for Company Pictures and Louise Pedersen (Blood) for all3media international with Sabine Brian as co-producer for NL Films and Keith Thompson (Vikings, Foyle's War) serving as series producer. Germany's ARD and all3media international have co-commissioned the series.
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Please note - Disc special features are subject to change, may differ from format to format and/or may differ from region to region.