Quebecois thriller Way Over Me debuts on Crave on May 7 in French and English

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Crave Original psychological thriller sequence Way Over Me (Sortez-Moi De Moi) will launch on Bell’s Crave streaming service on May seventh.

In a primary for Crave, the six-part drama from Quebec will probably be out there in each French and English concurrently. This signifies that the sequence will probably be out there in its unique French format with choices for English subtitles or dubbed audio.

Way Over Me follows a physician who strikes up a secret relationship with a bipolar affected person whereas a pair of front-line responders she is aware of take care of their very own points within the discipline and at house.

The sequence stars Vincent Leclerc, Pascale Bussières, Sophie Lorain, Émile Proulx-Cloutier, Valérie Blais, Bruno Marcil, Danielle Proulx, Émile Schneider and Sandra Dumaresq.

Source: Bell

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