(from TF1's press release, March 2019) TF1, Europe's leading private channel, and Netflix, the world's leading internet entertainment service, announce that they have signed a partnership agreement around the pre-financing of the event series "Le Bazar de la Charité", a co-production by Quad Télévision and TF1. The 8x52-minute event series, written by Catherine Ramberg and Karine Spreuzkouski, directed by Alexandre Laurent (La Mante, Le Secret d'Elise) and starring Audrey Fleurot (Engrenages, Intouchables, etc), Julie De Bona (Le Tueur du Lac, Le Secret d'Elise) and Camille Lou (Les bracelets rouges, Jusqu'ici tout va bien, etc), takes us to Paris in November 1897. In just a few minutes a devastating fire destroys the Bazar de la Charité, a building that houses a very popular charity event, leaving more than 130 dead, mainly high society women and their entourages. Three women, Adrienne De Lenverpre, Alice De Jeansin, and her maid Rose Rivière see their destinies turned upside down. Identity theft, forbidden love, radical life change, betrayal, emancipation: "Le Bazar de la Charité" plunges us into Parisian society at the end of the 19th century, as we follow the romantic destiny of its three heroines, supported by an all-star cast: Josiane Balasko (double Cesarwinning actress), Antoine Duléry, Florence Pernel, Gilbert Melki, Stéphane Guillon, Aurélien Wiik (winner of a Molière award), Théo Fernandez, Victor Meutelet and François-David Cardonnel. This blockbuster production required five months of shooting, with 3000 extras, 1500 costumes, around a hundred carriages and barouches, 185 technicians and 150 days of preparation. This ambitious and resolutely modern series will be broadcast on TF1 in the second half of 2019.