The second season of “Lupin”, the French series starring Omar Sy and Hervé Pierre, as well as Vincent Londez, Nicole Garcia, Clotilde Hesme, Ludivine Sagnier, Antoine Gouy, Shirine Boutella, Fargass Assandé, Etan Simon and Soufiane Guerrab, is now available at Netflix.
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There are five chapters that make up this new installment of fiction created by George Ka in collaboration with François Uzan and produced by Gaumont Television. Ludovic Bernard directed the first two episodes and Hugo Gélin directed the final three.
The central axis of the plot will be focused on the new plan of Assane Diop, who will have to risk even more after the kidnapping of Raoul if you want to complete your long-awaited revenge against Hubert Pelligrini. The only thing salvageable from the mess is that the disappearance of his son and the death of his father, apparently, are connected.
“Lupine” has satisfactorily met all the expectations of Netflix subscribers for the interesting story, and they have become one of the most viewed and commented series so far in 2021.
Also, a couple of days ago, Netflix showed behind the scenes of the second season of “Lupine” Through a video in which the cast and the creators of the series explained what was coming in this new installment of the thief knight.
“This is no longer a game. Assane’s obsession with revenge on Hubert Pelligrini has torn her family apart. Now he finds himself between a rock and a hard place: he needs a new plan, even if it means putting himself in danger ”.
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