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Apple TV+ has announced the premiere of its latest drama series, “Drops of God”, set to launch on April 21. The show is based on a New York Times bestselling Japanese manga series of the same name, and it is a multilingual French-Japanese drama produced by Legendary Entertainment.
The series follows the story of Camille Leger, played by Fleur Geffrier (“Das Boot”), who learns that her father, Alexandre Leger, founder of the Leger Wine Guide and a renowned wine expert, has left her the world’s largest wine collection after he passed away in Tokyo at the age of 60. Camille hasn’t seen her father since her parents divorced when she was just nine years old.
Upon arriving in Tokyo for the will reading, Camille discovers that she must compete against Issei Tomine, played by Tomohisa Yamashita (“Alice in Borderland”), a wine specialist raised by her father and referred to in the will as his “spiritual son,” to earn her inheritance.
The series consists of eight episodes and features a talented team of producers, writers, and directors. Klaus Zimmermann, known for “Borgia” and “Trapped”, serves as executive producer, while Quoc Dang Tran, writer for “Marianne” and “Parallel”, wrote the series. Oded Ruskin, director of “No Man’s Land” and “Absentia”, helms the show.
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“Drops of God” promises to offer a unique and thrilling storyline, blending drama and wine appreciation in a way that is sure to captivate audiences. With a talented cast and a team of experienced producers, writers, and directors, this series is one to watch for fans of drama and wine alike. Don’t miss the premiere on April 21, only on Apple TV+.