Critic Consensus: The Last Panthers is a darkly delectable adventure with alluring performances and solid direction that make up for occasionally convoluted scripts.
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The performances are good, but the script doesn't quite give enough texture to them, or enough substance to all the ideas it introduces.
The Last Panthers is dense and can be hard to follow, jumping around not just in location but in time, introducing more and more characters and complications as it goes. But it pays off.
The Last Panthers feels like a televisual chapbook on Europe's recent past and volatile present.
By the end of episode two, I was hooked. This is a stylish, intriguing story that paints a bleak picture of a Europe where morals are questionable and corruption is widespread from the top right down to the bottom.
The Pink Panthers are indeed real but this TV mini-series is fiction, a sprawling story that opens on a jewel heist in the French port city of Marseilles...
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