Netflix dropped the series for their upcoming French limited series, Notre Dame. This series uncovers the story and shows the impact of the fire that happened in the Cathedral in Paris, France, amid the deadly outbreak of COVID-19 in April 2019.
The series premieres this October 19, 2022. In the trailer, you will see a line that says, “Everyone will remember the day Notre-Dame burned,” and this show is one way to ensure that people will know and remember the said event and the story behind the people involved.
In the series, characters strive to start anew after being overcome by love, anger, empathy, and other strong emotions. Its cast features Caroline Proust, Simon Abkarian, Sandor Funtek, Corentin Fila, Ambroise Sabbagh, Frédéric Chau, Victor Belmondo, and Kassem Al Khoja. Hervé Hadmar is the series’ director, and the screenplay writers are Hervé Hadmar and Olivier Bocquet.
About Notre Dame TV Show
This limited series takes place during the night that Notre-Dame burned. It’s about the destiny of men and women who have their own fire to put out. As the Paris firefighters try to stop the flames from spreading in the Cathedral, the show also follows characters being put through the wringer - they will have to fight each other, love each other, come across each other, hate each other, smile at or help each other - so that, in the end, they may have a chance to start all over again.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.