Imprisoned family, gripping investigation... Netflix subscribers discovered a gripping new series released this week on the streaming platform.
Every week, Netflix offers new content for its subscribers. And sometimes, certain international productions which are not necessarily blockbusters succeed in attracting the curiosity of spectators. Faced with the juggernaut One Piece, a real blockbuster of the moment, a German mini-series released on August 7, 2023 has managed to do well and establish itself as one of the flagship programs of the moment.
Some Netflix subscribers have thus acclaimed this new series, “Dear little one”, on social networks. And as much to say that they do not lack praise for this thriller which “takes the guts”, as one of them writes. A user of the social network
Another strongly recommends “Chère petite” to “fans of investigations, thrillers and mysteries”, which offers “a breathtaking, psychological and addictive scenario”. If the series has six episodes, one Twitter user describes the first as "very good. The plot of this disappearance is captivating! The only fault is that it's too short."
Internet users are not the only ones to praise the series, since the media have not failed to provide positive reviews. For Télérama, the series weaves "a labyrinth from which we do not want to escape", describing the program as "ambitious and atypical". For its part, Allociné welcomes “a vigorous investigation and a series of twists and turns which even questions the true role of the victims”.
“Dear Little” is a psychological thriller in the same vein as the films “Room” or “Gone Girl.” It is inspired by the novel written by the writer Romy Hausmann in 2021 and also acclaimed by readers. We follow Lena, a mother imprisoned with her children by her husband. The day she manages to free herself from her captor, she is in a car accident and wakes up in the hospital with her daughter. When she wakes up, she finds herself facing another unsolved investigation... To discover this investigation in six episodes, go to Netflix!