12 NOV 2021

Netflix acquires "Coyotes" from Wild Bunch TV and Panache Productions

The project, produced by Panache Productions and the Compagnie Cinématographique, is set to debut on the streaming platform on 2nd December.

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Wild Bunch TV and Panache Productions have secured a sale with Netflix for its title "Coyotes." the title is set to debut on the streaming platform on 2nd December. The show was acquired for wordlwide distribution.

This series was produced by Panache Productions and the Compagnie Cinématographique, in co-production with Les Films Fauves, RTBF, Proximus, with the help of the Fonds Séries RTBF-FWB, Wallimage, Screen.brussels, the Film Fund Luxembourg and the Tax Shelter of the Belgian Federal Government.  Conceived by Vincent Lavachery and Axel du Bus, COYOTES was co-written with Anne-Lise Morin and Christophe Beaujean, and directed by Gary Seghers (Public Enemy TV series) and Jacques Molitor. Its casting features emerging talents from Belgium and Luxembourg. 

The title tells the story of the Coyote Squad, the mixed gender scout patrol that gathers annually in the small Belgian village of Warnaffe. Then one of them discovers a corpse – and a bag of diamonds beside it. The group’s fight for survival leads them to question loyalty and love, friendship and personal morality, and to the ultimate realization that the only way they will make it out alive is if they stick together.
 
"Five teenagers, each caught up in a battle. Against themselves, against the world. As it should be at that age," Directors Gary Seghers and Jacques Molitor, said. "For sure, the road to adulthood is rarely a walk in the park, but this will turn into quite the roller coaster. This is going to be the "summer they will never forget". Neither the scouts nor the spectators."

Five teenagers, each caught up in a battle. Against themselves, against the world. As it should be at that age. For sure, the road to adulthood is rarely a walk in the park, but this will turn into quite the roller coaster. This is going to be the "summer they will never forget". Neither the scouts nor the spectators.” Gary Seghers and Jacques Molitor Directors, "Coyotes"