Układ Warszawski is a Polish television crime series that premiered on September 4, 2011 on TVN. The series directed by Łukasz Jaworski. It is broadcast every Sunday at 10:00 pm on channel TVN. The series finale aired on November 27, 2011.
On October 27, 2011, TVN cancelled Warsaw Pact after one season. The reason was too low ratings and little interest in the production.
The series follows fortunes of Marek Oporny, a new policeman of the Criminal and Investigation Department in police station in Czerniaków. Before that, Marek have to get along with new colleagues „criminal old stagers": Kosa, Sikorek and his commissioner partner Zuza Szarek.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Układ warszawski - Ojciec Mateusz - Netflix
Ojciec Mateusz (Father Matthew) is a Polish television series. It was produced initially in 2008 by Krzysztof Grabowski and Film Group Baltmedia for TVP. In 2009, the production of the show was taken over by Baltmedia Sp. z oo (which is owned by ATM Grupa). Ojciec Mateusz is a Polish version of the Italian detective series Don Matteo broadcast in Italy by Rai Uno and also in Poland by TVP1, TV Puls, Religia.tv and AXN Crime. The show is set in Sandomierz, although scenes in the church are recorded in Glinianka near Otwock, the vicarage in Anin in Warsaw, and the office of the bishop is filmed in the Nieborów Palace. In the fourth series, some episodes take place outside of Sandomierz, including in Kielce, Bałtów, Krzyżtopór, Busko-Zdrój and Opatów, as well as Ćmielów, Wąchock and Zalew Sielpia. The pilot episode was aired on November 11, 2008 on TVP1. Regular broadcast of the series began on December 7, 2008. Repeats are broadcast on TVP1, TVP Polonia, TVP HD and TVP Seriale.