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Daily Demand (Last 7 days)
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100%
Market Travelability
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Demand Score

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Average Demand for Ultraviolet (Poland) is 0.0 times the demand for the average show in Worldwide in the Last 7 days.
Below Avg
24.5%
Average
64.1%
Good
8.6%
Outstanding
2.7%
Exceptional
0.2%
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Ultraviolet (Poland) ranks at the 0.00th percentile in the genre. This means Ultraviolet (Poland) has higher demand than all other titles in Worldwide
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About this title

Storyline

Inspired by the book "The Skeleton Crew" by Deborah Halber and infused with the personal story of producer Wendy West. The series follows the life of a thirty-year-old woman (Ola Serafin) who is forced by circumstances to leave her husband and London, and return to her hometown of Lódz. While driving her car one night, she witnesses a dramatic situation which looks like suicide, but which she finds highly suspicious. The police seem to be indifferent to the case. Desperate, Ola looks for help on the Internet, where she finds a group of amateur detectives that solve criminal cases the police are unable to.

Country: Poland

Type: scripted

Status: Current

Language: Polish

Release Date: October 25, 2017

Also Known As: Ultraviolet (PL), Ultraviolett - Amateurdetektive im Internet |  See more »

Parents Guide: Italy (T), Spain (16) |  See more »

Genres

Company Credits

Production Co: AXN Central Europe, Opus TV |  See more »

Cast

Jolanta Jackowska
as Employee of the Children's Emergency
Antonina Jarnuszkiewicz
as Passenger
Przemyslaw Tumilowicz
as Przemyslaw Rak
Michal Darewski
as Nogas
Ireneusz Czop
as Lukasz Rolak
Kasia Mielczarek
as Kamila Kozlowska
Kacper Dziubalko
as 'Patyk'
Cezary Kolacz
as Edek
Jakub Sierenberg
as Footballer 'Kratka'
Piotr Stramowski
as Jakub Szelag
Karol Bernacki
as 'Kosior'
Piotr Krukowski
as Professor
Katarzyna Paliwa
as Reporter
Michal Sikorski
as Mieszko
Anna Nguyen
as Waitress in bar
Miroslaw Haniszewski
as Leon Borowy
Justyna Trinh
as Sister of Piast
Jan Marczewski
as 'Slave' of Zych
Natalia Klepacka
as Justyna
Piotr Dzieciol
as Man in gay club
Sebastian Fabijanski
as Michal Holender
Mateusz Damiecki
as Adam Szmit
Natalia Luczkiewicz
as Karolina
Katarzyna Zuk
as Passenger of Ola
Kamil Wodka
as Wojtek Kraszewski
Mariusz Jakus
as Zenon Nowak
Boguslawa Pawelec
as Lawyer Wegrzyn
Wojciech Blach
as Dr. Robert Szelag
Helena Sujecka
as Klarysa
Piotr Gawron-Jedlikowski
as Darek Miecik
Marcel Borowiec
as Liam Person
Vanessa Aleksander
as Lila
Patryk Pniewski
as Daniel
Przemyslaw Staciwa
as Journalist Pawel Czapski
Matylda Paszczenko
as Maja Barska
Tomasz Kubiatowicz
as Driver
Antonina Litwiniak
as Rebeka
Ewa Wojciechowska
as Serious influencer
Dominika Handzlik
as Police psychologist
Diana Krupa
as Gabi Matwiejczuk
Kalina Brejdygant
as Schoolgirl fencing
Mikolaj Kubacki
as Antek Wanat
Maciej Maciejewski
as Bruno
Matylda Tuminska
as Klara
Malgorzata Gorol
as Marianna
Mateusz Derylo
as Receptionist
Aleksandra Radwan
as Wisniewski's secretary
Mateusz Kubik
as Policeman Pawlowski
Roman Gancarczyk
as Grzegorz Zych
Jakub Wróblewski
as Adam
Kim Grygierzec
as Nurse
Marek Kalita
as Henryk Bak
Mieszko Falana
as Technician
Adam Malik
as Reporter
Dominic Knight
as Paul
Tadeusz Ratuszniak
as Zbigniew Dabrowski
Boguslaw Suszka
as Doctor Jerzy Zalecki
Maciej Musialowski
as Stefan Front
Marta Nieradkiewicz
as Ola Serafin
Hanna Zdzieblowska
as Zosia
Marta Klubowicz
as Sister Joanna
Wojciech Mecwaldowski
as Commissioner Otto Szewczyk
Katarzyna Cynke
as Grazyna Molak
Jakub Matwiejczyk
as Tymon
Mariusz Siudzinski
as Jerzy Kocieba
Filip Kosior
as Dawid Borowski
Andrzej Klak
as Arkadiusz Lipka
Józef Pawlowski
as Jacek Przelecki
Damian Kret
as Robert Kozlowski
Otar Saralidze
as Fadi Rahmen
Krystian Pesta
as Karol Iwanski
Rafal Rosiak
as Photographer Bogdan 'Pierre G'
Cezary Studniak
as Milosz Horodynski
Marek Lipski
as Aleksander/Roman Kos
Iwona Drózdz
as Nurse
Izabella Bukowska
as Voice of 'Alicja'
Kamila Salwerowicz
as Nurse
Marianna Zydek
as Wera
Pawel Audykowski
as Ilona's partner
Kamila Brodacka
as Malina Rudzka
Michal Kruk
as Hotel Security guard
Agnieszka Suchora
as Sylwia Jagoda
Piotr Choma
as Pawel Porkut
Bartosz Gelner
as Kamil Lozinski
Monika Kepka
as Ewa
Sebastian Dela
as Passenger
Grzegorz Wons
as Priest Tokarski
Olga Rayska
as Marina
Krzysztof Pyziak
as Policeman Markowski
Katarzyna Herman
as Sylwia Hardej
Malwina Jelistratow
as Babysitter
Anna Dereszowska
as Oliwia Borowska
Michal Kasprzak-Komarczewski
as Truck Driver
Kiryl Pietruczuk
as Bartender
Wojciech Paradowski
as Machinist
Magdalena Kaczmarek
as Mania
Aleksandra Justa
as Eugenia Wozniak
Maria Ciunelis
as Brygida
Jakub Jakubiec
as T-shirt seller
Anna Pentz
as Anita BIen
Sandra Drzymalska
as Julka
Magdalena Czerwinska
as Beata Misiak
Kamil Studnicki
as Olek Zawadzki
Marcin Lipski
as Aleksander
Jordan Keates
as Andy
Jakub Kamienski
as Lawyer
Maria Maj
as Helena Barska
Dobromir Dymecki
as Priest Banach
Tomasz Mechowicki
as 'Stówa'
Iwo Rajski
as Wlodek Wozniak
Konrad Eleryk
as Sports Fan
Marcin Pempus
as Fosterling of the orphanage
Katarzyna Kwiatkowska
as Magdalena Bala
Mariusz Ostrowski
as Ryszard Gebicz
Igor Brejdygant
as Ola's passenger
Krzysztof Wrona
as Olaf
Malgorzata Zajaczkowska
as Barbara Kowalczuk
Piotr Sewerynski
as Andrzej Fromm
Nicolas Przygoda
as 'Mara'
Michu
as Michu
Karol Wolski
as Man at the party
Angelika Kurowska
as Agnieszka
Robert Fiecko
as TV Jounalist
Dominika Kachlik
as Marta
Agata Kulesza
as Anna Serafin
Piotr Miazga
as Wiktor Tomczyk
Edyta Belza
as Anka
Kacper Gadula-Zawratynski
as Kacper
Michal Grzybowski
as Notary Harold Bracki
Pawel Wilczak
as Director Andrzej Brejdel
Krzysztof Chodorowski
as Lukasz
Bartlomiej Krat
as 'Juby'
Kacper Olszewski
as Anna's learner
Monika Szwajnos
as Young Policewoman
Magdalena Berus
as Natalia
Michal Gadomski
as Jacek Mucha
Sami Karim
as Amir Farat
Bartlomiej Topa
as Waldemar Kraszewski
Monika Badowska
as Renata Grabowska
Grzegorz Czepulkowski
as Reporter
Pawel Sturlis
as Eryk Wozniak
Marta Maria Wisniewska
as Zofia Blach
Kornelia Maciejewska
as Natalia Jagoda
Grzegorz Gadziomski
as Leon
Hubert Jarczak
as Doctor/Journalist Marcin Luczak
Aleksandra Pisula
as Irena Kowalczuk
Jakub Firewicz
as CBS Agent
Karolina Gorczyca
as Ilona Serafin
Adrian Brzakala
as Jacek Iwanski
Iwona Sitkowska
as Olga
Piotr Jozefiak
as Friend of Wera
Krystian Marzec
as Troc policeman
Marcin Walkowski
as Herman
Dariusz Majchrzak
as Mariusz Rogalski
Marta Malikowska
as Monika Horodynska
Szymon Nygard
as Bazyl
Sonia Roszczuk
as Sylwia
Paulina Chapko
as Regina Polanska
Tomasz Sobczak
as Pawel Stanek
Anna Krzeszewska
as Inga
Sara Faraj
as Asija Lazar
Darren Bransford
as Daniel Serafin
Michal Dworczyk
as Pathologist
Gniewko Falana
as Rafal Rudzki
Marcin Bosak
as Stanislaw Czubak
Weronika Rosati
as 'Limbo'
Marek Slosarski
as Bartosz Skowronski
Mariusz Slupinski
as Nogas
Julia Wyszynska
as Agata Wozniak
Marcin Perchuc
as Zbigniew Walter
Oliwer Witek
as Jerzyk
Bartosz Sak
as Olek 'Czarny Niedzwiedz'
Maksymilian Zielinski
as Franek
Wojciech Kalarus
as Krzysztof Górski
Karol Lelek
as Journalist
Agnieszka Duleba-Kasza
as Wife of Tomek
Wojciech Wachuda
as Irek
Sylwia Zywalewska
as Policewoman
Katarzyna Maciag
as Ilona
Viet Anh Do
as Piast Kolodziej
Filip Bobek
as Jan
Joanna Król
as Nurse
Monika Szalaty
as Kinga Przelecka
Jan Zmit
as 'Jazon'
Patryk Pietrzak
as Antoni
Jan Monczka
as Boguslaw Celinski
Grzegorz Malecki
as Ludwik Wisniewski
Marek Sawicki
as Tomek Kmiecik
Pawel Smagala
as Man
Michal Kwiatkowski
as Policeman
Sylwia Juszczak
as Krystyna 'Trina' Borowy
Roman Slomka
as Passenger of Ola
Mateusz Sewerynski
as Michal Serafin
Hubert Hanowicz
as George
Jakub Konowrocki
as Krzysztof Bala
Hubert Kulacz
as Policeman
Ryszard Chlebus
as Pawnbroker
Michal Zurawski
as Tomek Molak
Sebastian Lach
as 'Drog'
Mateusz Górski
as Natan
Bartlomiej Nowosielski
as Czarny
Wlodzimierz Dyla
as Marian Kowalczyk
Adam Bobik
as Nurseling of the orphanage
Karolina Nolbrzak
as Lawyer of 'Limbo'
Mariusz Witkowski
as Doctor
Joanna Opozda
as Klaudia Borecka
Krzysztof Wach
as Marek Podolski
Agnieszka Wosinska
as Elzbieta Wanat
Zuzanna Zielinska
as Monika Bielas
Aldona Orman
as Katarzyna Kmiecik
Tadeusz Borowski
as Karol Augustyn
Karolina Chapko
as Dorota Polanska
Adam Turczyk
as Stefan Cybulski
Marcin Miodek
as Grzegorz Pawlak
Aleksander Mindzija
as Dariusz Lewandowski
Kacper Dykban
as Stefek
Anna Korcz
as Salima Farat

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