Undercover: Season 1 (2019)

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Air date: May 3, 2019
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Undercover agents infiltrate a drug kingpin's operation by posing as a couple at the campground where he spends his weekends. Inspired by real events.

Cast

Tom Waes
as Bob Lemmens
Anna Drijver
as Kim De Rooij
Frank Lammers
as Ferry Bouman
Elise Schaap
as Danielle Bouman
Raymond Thiry
as John Zwart
Robbie Cleiren
as Marc Gevers
Katrien De Ruysscher
as Liesbeth Mertens
Huub Smit
as Dennis de Vries
Frank Lammers
as Ferry Bouman
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Critic Reviews for Undercover Season 1

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It has a generic title and premise, but Undercover has a smidgen of a Euro-backwoods Justified vibe, some subtle comedy and just enough eccentricity in its tone and characters to make it interesting.

May 6, 2019 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Undercover: Season 1

  • Sep 08, 2019
    The critics damn it as being too predictable and packaged. So are their responses. This series is not only witty, in its part satire, but cleverly uses flashbacks but most importantly plays with and shifts your sympathies in a delightful way. Begins with the undercover agents not only being far from the pizza downing US cops, but being wonderfully Belgian in refusing to eat sub-standard food. A delight.

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