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German dark comedy ‘Arthur’s Law’ coming to HBO Max

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The award-winning German series, Arthur’s Law, will be available exclusively on HBO Max starting January 7, 2021.

Announcing the same, the streaming platform released the trailer for the German dark comedy, which has been directed by Christian Zübert.

Arthur’s Law follows the unemployed Arthur Ahnepol, who wants his wife to die so he can claim the life insurance and start a new life with his lover. To this end, Arthur comes up with a morbid plan but he fails miserably and sets off a trail of disastrous events.

The series has been nominated for many TV awards in Germany and stars Jan Josef Liefers, Martina Gedeck, Nora Tschirner, Ronald Kukulies, Cristina do Rego, and Robert Gallinowski.

Arthur’s Law has been written by Benjamin Gutsche, who is the head author, along with Ceylan Yildirim and Sebastian Bleyl. It has Moritz von der Groeben, Nataly Kudiabor and WarnerMedia’s Hannes Heyelmann and Anke Greifeneder as its executive producers.

Here’s the trailer:


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