On November 14, Esquire Network is set to debut its first-ever scripted series: Spotless, co-created by Ed McCardie (Shameless) and Corinne Marrinan (CSI). The 10-episode season follows two estranged brothers who reunite in modern-day London, only to put their successful crime-scene cleaning business in peril after getting mixed up with the local organized crime syndicate. Strange, dark, and nervy, the show looks a bit like a cross between Breaking Bad and early Guy Ritchie films, only with more French accents.
Given that the channel is understandably excited about its initial foray into scripted programming, it’s offering an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at this mysterious crime drama. Stars Marc-André Grondin, Denis Ménochet, and Brendan Coyle discuss the ins and outs of the new series, hinting at some of the deeper familiar bonds and past tragedies that unite the characters. Of course, we won’t know for sure until November 14 at 10 p.m. ET—and even then, it sounds like the mysteries will only get deeper.