Adieu ‘A French Village’

(Above: Robin Renucci and Audrey Fleurot in ‘A French Village’)

A French Village, a long-running drama showing how the German occupation of France during World War II affected the ordinary residents of one small village, will start its seventh and last season this Tuesday, January 30, over subscription streamer MHz Choice.

Turning “the World War II genre on its head by stripping away battle sequences and exploring the complicated moral choices foisted upon ordinary people in an extraordinarily difficult time in world history,” A French Village consists of 72 total episodes.

The final six will premiere the next three Tuesdays – two per week –through February 13 on MHz Choice.

Newcomers to A French Village can binge the first six seasons (66 episodes) now on MHz Choice — or the first five seasons (60 episodes) on Hulu.

You can subscribe to either Hulu or MHz Choice for $7.99 a month, with a 30-day free trial. Right now, you can also get 50% off your first month of MHz Choice by using the promo code HOLIDAY17.

For more information, or to subscribe, visit MHzChoice.com or Hulu.com.

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Les Luchter is a former managing editor of Multichannel News, editor-in-chief of Cable Marketing, and news editor of Broadcast Week.

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