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Technology Dupont de Ligonnès affair: a new lead in the United States thanks to the Netflix

15:40  16 july  2020
15:40  16 july  2020 Source:   programme-television.org

Netflix Claims ‘The Last Dance’ Sampled by 23.8 Million International Households in First Month

  Netflix Claims ‘The Last Dance’ Sampled by 23.8 Million International Households in First Month Netflix says overseas hoops fans flocked in huge numbers to “The Last Dance,” the documentary series about Michael Jordan and the ’90s Chicago Bulls team, which has been a ratings smash in the U.S. for ESPN. Netflix tweeted the numbers Wednesday, claiming that 23.8 million households outside the U.S. checked out “The Last Dance” in its first four weeks on the service. “23 was always his lucky number!” the streamer said, referencing Jordan’s jersey number. But some big caveats are in order — Netflix’s selectively reported viewing figures aren’t comparable to TV ratings.

The Dupont de Ligonnès murders and disappearance involved the murder of five members of the same family in Nantes, Loire-Atlantique, France

Dupont de Ligonnès has remained an infamous figure in international news, though, and over the past half A few leads on Dupont de Ligonnès emerged in the years since his disappearance. Evan Romano Evan is an associate editor for Men’s Health, with bylines in The New York Times, MTV

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Death of Alex Dupont: Estelle Denis pays tribute to the missing football coach .
Estelle Denis pays tribute to Alex Dupont Former president of Paris-Saint-Germain , Michel Denisot was obviously very saddened by the disappearance of 'Alex Dupont, whom he worked with for many years . "Alex Dupont, a great unformatted coach with improbable exploits, is gone. Thoughts for his family and loved ones," the former host of the Grand Journal was moved on his Instagram page. But he is far from the only one to have expressed his grief.

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