In 15th Century Russia, the last Byzantium Princess, Sophia Palaiologina, moves from Rome to distant Moscow to marry Czar Ivan III. Destined to become the first influential female figure of the Russian Empire, Sophia overcomes court intrigue and betrayals, and helps Ivan consolidate the fragmented country, push Mongolian invaders out, and build the Kremlin, the most magnificent symbol of Russia.
Anastasia Pavlovna is the best analyst of the Moscow Criminal Investigation Department. Her sharp mind combined with extraordinary intuition and insight allows her to gloss through the most sophisticated crimes, calculate criminals by the most insignificant details of their behavior, psychology and deeds. Kamenskaya tackles insoluble affairs and always brings the investigation to an end, even if her own life is in jeopardy. This season, Kamenskaya will become the head of the analytical department of Petrovka. Her assistants will be Dotsenko and Dyuzhin, and Colonel Gordeyev remains the permanent commander. Nastya Kamenskaya will celebrate the anniversary, will be engaged in dancing and will find a new admirer!
In the center of the plot is a senior investigator named Masha Shvetsova and her male colleagues. The plot is the most vital, but, like in “Streets of Broken Lanterns,” it is seasoned with a fair amount of humor - otherwise, how can the audience (and the heroes) endure countless morgues, identifications and other “cute” charms of the investigative routine?
The Idiot is a costume drama TV series produced by Russia TV Channel in 2003, based on Fyodor Dostoevsky's novel of the same title.
The series' script is very close to Dostoevsky's original text, and the series features well-known Russian actors.
The White Guard is a Russian television series, based on the novel by Bulgakov, The White Guard.
A Russian crime drama series, based on the Sherlock Holmes detective stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.