National Treasure is one four-part British television drama series produced by Channel 4 in 2016. It is written by Jack Thorne.
It stars Robbie Coltrane as Paul Finchley, a former successful comedian from the 1980s and early 1990s, who now hosts a television quiz show.
He is accused of raping several young women in the early nineties. Julie Walters plays his wife Marie and Andrea Riseborough plays his daughter Dee.
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The drama is based on Operation Yewtree, a police action that followed in the pursuit of several veteran TV actors.
How many episodes are there in National Treasure: Edge of History?
The statement of Independence came first. Then came the Presidential Book of Secrets. In National Treasure: Edge of History, a new world travel adventure begins to discover a Pan-American treasure.
The National Treasure franchise next installment is the Disney+ series. The two films follow Benjamin Gates (Nicolas Cage), a historian and treasure hunter on a hunt for the world’s most unusual artifacts.
Gates discovered, among other things, the treasure of the Freemasons and Cbola, an Indian city of gold. The series will appear new characters and a new storyline.
Lisette Alexis plays Jess Valenzuela, a brilliant young woman searching for her family’s history in Edge of History. Jess’s father died when she was a child, but a new clue may hold the key to unlocking the mystery surrounding his death. As Jess searches for a Pan-American treasure that holds the key to her family’s history, her discoveries lead to more clues and secrets.
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Lyndon Smith as FBI Agent Ross, Antonio Cipriano as Oren Bradley, Jake, Austin Walker as Liam Sadusky, Jordan Rodrigues as Ethan, Zuri Reed as Tasha Rivers, and Catherine Zeta-Jones as Billie Pearce join Alexis in the cast. Justin Bartha as Riley Poole and Harvey Keitel as Peter Sadusky reprise their movie franchise roles.
‘National Treasure: Edge of History’ review: X doesn’t quite mark the spot
National Treasure has the wildest premise of any heist movie ever made, even compared to Ocean’s 8’s plot to steal jewels under the noses of Anna Wintour and the Met.
The 2004 movie (and its 2007 sequel) made American history cool for kids again and easily became a star staple Nicolas Cage’s Filmography, especially for Gen Z audiences who inevitably owned a paper copy of the Declaration of Independence at some point in their youth.
With National Treasure: Edge of History, Disney+ tries again to refute what we think we know about American history while broadening the focus to include all of North America.
The new series replaces Ben Gates with Jess Valenzuela (Lisette Olivera), a young Mexican woman living in Baton Rouge. hears that she has died (and terrified, according to her mother) father is connected to a great and unclaimed treasure, shifting the focus from the founding fathers to the more general issue of colonialism and indigenous history.
If only the television show were just as magnificent as the treasure on which it bases its story. But unfortunately.
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