Will Trent on TF1: did you know that the series was the adaptation of a successful literary saga? – News Series on TV

Will Trent on TF1: did you know that the series was the adaptation of a successful literary saga? – News Series on TV
Will Trent on TF1: did you know that the series was the adaptation of a successful literary saga? – News Series on TV

This evening, TF1 is broadcasting three new episodes of Will Trent. But did you know that this American detective series was adapted from a saga of novels?

Last Wednesday, TF1 broadcast the first episodes of Will Trent, a detective series hosted by Ramón Rodríguez, Erika Christensen and Iantha Richardson.

Made up of 13 episodes, this first season follows the adventures of Will Trent, a special agent from the Georgia Bureau of Investigation. Despite his dyslexia, Will is the agent with the highest clearance rate in the GBI.

It must be said that the latter is a true genius when it comes to solving puzzles and that he is capable of completing the most complex investigations thanks to his methodical analysis of crime scenes.

But did you know that this detective series was the adaptation of a successful literary saga?

Will Trent is the adaptation of a successful literary saga

The story of this cop like no other is based on the literary saga Will Trent by Karin Slaughter, which has captivated readers around the world.

It was in 2006 that the novelist introduced the character of Will Trent, a GBI special agent with a past as dark as it was tormented, with “Triptych”, published in French under the name “Triptyque”.

Since then, Karin Slaughter has published numerous works on this character in which she skillfully mixes suspense and action while developing her protagonists. Always with an incisive and addictive pen, the novelist does not hesitate to lay them bare by giving precise details about their lives to place the reader at the heart of their intimacy.

To date, the Will Trent saga includes 14 novels including “This is why we lied” which will be released later this year in the United States and should once again captivate readers.

Described as “new thriller prodigy“, Karin Slaughter is the author of more than 20 bestselling novels, many of which have appeared on the New York Times bestseller list. Since her debut, her books have been published in 120 countries and sold to more than 40 million copies worldwide.

The Will Trent saga being today an essential reference in detective novels, we hope that the series currently broadcast on TF1 meets the same success.

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