Netflix has global rights to release the Flemish-language teen drama series Detonation (which they have labeled as high tides) and the new program will debut on December 7, 2023.
All ten episodes of the first season will debut on Netflix as an original title on December 7, and the series will first debut on local streamer VRT Max between May and June of this year.
Created by Anthony Van Biervliet, the show follows a group of teenagers who spend the summer in a coastal town in search of love, friendship and finding themselves. Think External banks Satisfies Surviving the summer.
The cast of the series includes Pommelien Thijs, Willem De Schryver, Eliyha Altena, Ruth Becquart, Geert Van Rampelberg and Jasmine Sendar.
This is the latest Flemish show to join Netflix, after a few others that Netflix has acquired over the years. Other flamenco shows on Netflix include Clandestine, Rough diamondsand Taco Chronicles. Blank Tab It was among the Flemish Netflix list but left in April.
Netflix will have several dubbing and subtitle options available, including the original Flemish language option with a subtitle option. The series will also be available with English dubbing and dubs in French, German, Italian, Polish, Portuguese and Spanish.
Should you watch? high tides on netflix?
The reviews for the series are pretty good so far. As of this writing, the series’ IDMb score is 7.6/10 based on over 1,500 reviews.
Humo.be reviewed the seriesgiving it 4 out of 5 stars calling it one of «the best flamenco series of the moment», in its review from earlier this year, adding that the «teen series is more exciting, more daring and simply better than anything its eldest brother». released into the field of fiction this spring.”
high tides has It has not yet been renewed for a second season.although the cast has expressed interest in returning.
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