Simon Franglen is the composer of the upcoming mini-series The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair. The show is directed by Jean-Jacques Annaud (The Name of the Rose, The Bear, Seven Years in Tibet) and stars Patrick Dempsey, Ben Schnetzer, Damon Wayans Jr., Virginia Madsen, Colm Feore and Kristine Froseth. The 10-parter is based on the novel of the same name by Joël Dicker and tells the story of a literary icon who suddenly finds himself indicted in the cold-case murder of a girl who has been missing for many years. Annaud and Dempsey are also executive producing the MGM Television, Eagle Pictures and Barbary Films production with Tarak Ben Ammar (Femme Fatale, The Last Legion), Fabio Conversi and Lyn Greene & Richard Levine (Nip/Tuck, Boss). Franglen (The Magnificent Seven, Ice) has previously served as the score producer for Annaud’s Black Gold (aka Day of the Falcon), which was scored by James Horner who frequently collaborated with the director. The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair is expected to premiere later this year in the U.S. on Epix.