Scoop

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BBC Two (ended 1972)

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Welcome to the Scoop guide at TV.com. William Boot, a nature columnist with a national newspaper, is mistakenly sent as foreign correspondent to Ishmaelia, an African country on the brink of civil war. Scoop was adapted by Barry Took from the 1938 novel by Evelyn Waugh.
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  • A fascinating look at the inner workings of the Montreal newspaper where lives of its reporters are mixed in with innovative and fascinating stories.

    8.4
    Scoop was one of those shows that proved just how much Quebec entertainment industry has to offer. The brilliant cast of some of the best actors of French-Canadian cinema and television. Intelligent and fascinating stories that often reflected current events, modern society values, and some controversial stories that always left viewers in suspence and wanting more. The show also followed the old formula of making main characters lives very much part of the story.

    The quality of writing and acting ensured that Scoop would become an international success, which it did. The series have been sold to numerous countries over the world and are to this day enjoyed by numerous viewers.moreless

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