A Very Secret Service: Season 1 ( - 2014)


Season 1
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Andre Merlaux becomes a trainee for the French Secret Service in Paris.

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Moulinier and Jacquard spark a diplomatic incident; Merlaux becomes acquainted with Sophie.

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Merlaux dives into the world of politics on assignment in an African state seeking autonomy.

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A field training assignment in Algeria exposes Merlaux to the harsh realities of being a spy.

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Air date: May 5, 2014

Calot runs afoul of the CIA while on assignment in Moscow; Marie-Jo's promotion rattles the office.

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Agents vie for the assistant director position; Sophie's use of terminology perplexes Merlaux.

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As Moulinier, Jacquard and Calot strike over lost bonuses, Merlaux discovers a conspiracy.

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The Colonel plans a set-up for Merlaux in retaliation for disobeying his orders about seeing Sophie.

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Moulinier and the other agents attempt to nab a terrorist in Algiers in time to catch a rugby game.

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Moise uses a lie detector to root out a mole in the agency, alarming the Colonel.

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  • Nov 11, 2018
    A sophisticated and subtle satire that is deliciously brought to life by it's superb actors. Facilitated by tight pacing and direction and a fabulous production design makes this series one of the best satires I have seen. For viewers who are not familiar with this type of humour my suggestion would be, for one, to look to relish the nuances of the characters expressions and body language as they react to the situations at hand. This series is a masterpiece that is worth viewing more than once, especially if one needs to read the subtitles, so that one can fully enjoy the visual humour.
  • Aug 08, 2018
    Bureaucracy and office politics are almost as large an obstacle as the foreign opposition. Very droll humor with historical background such as Kennedy- Nixon elections, Cold War, French nuclear bomb, DeGaulle, WW II issues such as collaborators who ended up in the post war government. Funny contrast of things important to the French vs. other countries spy services. Excellent light comedy.

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