Apple TV+ has announced a new six-part French thriller, “A l’ombre des forêts.”

It comes from César Award-nominated creator and director Cédric Anger (“Next Time I’ll Aim for the Heart”) and executive producers Isabelle Degeorges and Christophe Riandee for Gaumont (“Lupin,” “Becoming Karl Lagerfeld,” “Totems”). The drama stars Cannes Best Actor and three-time César Award winner Benoît Magimel (“Pacifiction,” “De son vivant”) and two-time César Award winner Mélanie Laurent (“Inglourious Basterds,” “Wingwomen”) in leading roles.

Here’s how it’s described: Franck and his longtime friends enjoy spending their weekends hunting together, but one Sunday, they come across another group of hunters who start targeting them without explanation. When one of their party is shot, Franck’s friends strike back, sending an attacker to the ground. Barely managing to escape, the four friends keep the event a secret. Franck tries to go back to his life as usual alongside his wife Krystel, but in the next few days, he starts to feel like he and his friends are being watched, or worse, tracked by hunters who are now hell-bent on revenge.

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