The cult show, which has been telling and deciphering the greatest French criminal cases for twenty years, is making its comeback on October 18, 9:05 p.m. on RMC Story.
Let the accused enter, the cult show that has been telling and deciphering the biggest French criminal cases for twenty years, is making its comeback this Sunday, October 18, 9:05 p.m. on RMC Story, with new cases, in a new setting and with new presenters.
In charge of the program, Dominique Rizet who participated in the launch of the show in 2000, as editorial advisor and columnist. He collaborates with Rachid M’Barki, who is the narrator of the new episodes.
“We do not tell a Let the accused enter as we speak in a newscast, or we tell the information. It is obvious. But we adapt and we learn”, confides the latter.
“The story begins like that of Victorine …”
By choosing to deal only with cases definitively judged and to give the floor to all those involved in the case, Let the accused enter has become cult not only with the public, but also with professionals. The next new episode, broadcast this Sunday, tells the story of Christelle Blétry, a 20-year-old woman murdered 123 stab wounds in 1996 in Burgundy.
“The story begins like that of Victorine. We find her body, she is murdered. Mystery for seventeen years and then a fabulous commissioner intervenes …”, announces Dominique Rizet.
A preview took place Monday at the Grand Rex with fans from all over France: “We had never discovered that. We had never been in contact with fans of Bring in …“, says, moved, Dominique Rizet.” The real fans of Bring in, it’s extraordinary. They know all the stories, all the details: the killer’s car, what he said, where he came from … “” I have always loved, it helps me sleep, “said one of them. , while another says revise with the show in the background.
Original article published on BFMTV.com