Netflix has debuted the trailer for Undercover, the Belgian/Dutch co-production launching on the streaming service on May 3rd. Undercover is a fictional crime series inspired by a series of real-life events.
One of the largest ecstasy producers in the world, Ferry Bouman, lives a charmed life in his campground villa on the Dutch-Belgian border. But things start to change when two undercover agents move into his territory, attempt to infiltrate Bouman’s life and shut down his network.
The series stars Anna Drijver (Komt een vrouw bij de dokter, Bride Flight, Loft), Frank Lammers (Zwartboek, Michiel de Ruyter, Rundskop), Tom Waes (Nieuw Texas, Tegen de sterren op), Elise Schaap (Valentino, Ja, ik wil!, Familie Kruys), Raymond Thiry (Penoza, Wolf, The Paradise Suite), Tim Haars (New Kids Turbo, Fake), Kevin Janssens (The Ardennes, Vermist), and Huub Smit (New Kids, Riphagen, Bro’s Before Ho’s).
Undercover is produced by Jan Theys (Salamander), the writer and showrunner is Nico Moolenaar (Vermist), and the series is directed by Eshref Reybrouck (Cordon) and Frank Devos (Chaussée D’amour).
Netflix partnered with production company De Mensen (Blockx, The Dare, Hotel Beau Sejour), Dutch Filmworks, and VRT to bring the series to members globally, except for France, Germany, Belgium, Austria, and Switzerland where Netflix will be following local broadcasters.