Apple TV+ picked up a new multilingual French-Japanese drama called Drops of God from Legendary Entertainment. It will have an eight-episode global run. The series is an adaptation of Tadashi Agi’s #1 New York Times bestselling manga series of the same name, with illustrations by Shu Okimoto and with Kodansha as publisher.
Drops of God follows Camille as she flies to Tokyo and learns that her father has left her a remarkable wine collection, which experts claim to be the best collection in the world. However, she must compete with a talented young oenologist named Issei Tomine, whom Camille’s father raised and refers to as his “spiritual son” in his testament. It stars Fleur Geffrier and Tomohisa Yamashita.
Quoc Dang Tran, who created the series, wrote the script. Also, Klaus Zimmermann serves as executive producer, and Oded Ruskin is the director. Other than in Japan, Drops of God will make its Apple TV+ debut in 2023. In a partnership, France Télévisions and Hulu Japan present the series. Les Productions Dynamic, in association with 22H22 and Adline Entertainment, produce the series.
About Drops of God TV Show
“Drops of God” finds the world of gastronomy and fine wines in mourning as Alexandre Léger, creator of the famous Léger Wine Guide and emblematic figure in oenology, has just passed away at his home in Tokyo at the age of 60. He leaves behind a daughter, Camille (Geffrier), who lives in Paris and hasn’t seen her father since her parents separated when she was nine years old. When Camille flies to Tokyo and Léger’s will is read, she discovers that her father has left her an extraordinary wine collection — the greatest collection in the world according to the experts. But, to claim the inheritance, Camille must compete with a brilliant young oenologist, Issei Tomine (Yamashita), who her father took under his wing and is referred to in Léger’s will as his “spiritual son.” But is his connection to Issei only spiritual?Keep track of the cancel/renew status of all your favorite shows. Check out and bookmark our TV shows cancelled in 2019-20 season and TV shows renewed for 2020-21 season lists.