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A thrilling drama series set in the glamorous Côte d'Azur on the southeastern coast of France. An extremely powerful and wealthy banker, Constantine Clios, and his wife, Georgina, lead an extremely luxurious lifestyle. However, all of this changes after an explosion on a yacht kills Constantine. Georgina's world is turned upside down as she begins to discover the details of his life, which becomes even more complicated with the presence of his ex-wife and children. She decides to embark on a dangerous journey to find out what really happened to her husband on the yacht.

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Georgina resolves to end the Russian threat before anyone else’s life is endangered. She discovers a message from Constantine, apparently from beyond the grave… could it finally lead her to the truth?
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The cast of "Riviera" talk about corruption and fraud in the art world.
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Julia Stiles talks about her role as Georgina Clios, a socialite who becomes immersed in a world of crime on the new series "Riviera."
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After newlywed Georgina's billionaire husband Constantine is killed in a yacht explosion, she is shocked to discover the fortune and lifestyle he maintained was surrounded by violence.
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Behind the scenes of "Riviera," a new series starring Julia Stiles as a socialite who becomes immersed in a world of crime after her husband's death.
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To keep her family safe, Georgina crosses a line she can never return from. Delormes uncovers the identity of his opponent and attempts to take them down.
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Georgina must join forces with an unlikely ally when she receives a threat from a stranger.
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When Georgina Clios' billionaire husband is killed under mysterious circumstances, she becomes immersed in a world of lies and criminality.
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With Interpol's net closing in on Georgina, she and Carver set out to close the investigation once and for all. Irina reveals a family secret to Negrescu.
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The Clios family are questioned by police after the events of the gala. Meanwhile, Delormes uncovers wreckage from the yacht that may change everything.
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A frustrated Georgina uses the Clios Foundation's lavish gala as an opportunity to pin down a person of interest, but the party receives an uninvited guest.
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Following her discovery in the safe room, Georgina attempts to track down her husband's elusive art collector. Delormes finds a way to bring Negrescu to justice.
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Georgina searches for answers by reviewing Constantine's movements on the day of the explosion. Christos's hedonistic behaviour spirals out of control.
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Georgina is informed that Constantine's dealings are under investigation by Interpol, while Irina makes a deal with a prominent figure in the Riviera underworld.
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The wife of a billionaire banker uncovers the truth behind their opulent lifestyle.

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