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Only five episodes of the brand-new Lupine series have been launched up until now and many will be desperate to understand what will take place next. Netflix has now verified that the series will return in summertime 2021 with five new episodes.

Influenced by the stories of Arsène Lupine, where he committed several break-ins, he disguised himself and even managed a kidnapping. He did all of this in hopes of learning what truly happened to his father, who was obviously framed many years before.

This culminated in the series with a tense ending in which Assane’s kid Raoul (Etan Simon) was taken hostage by Pellegrini’s henchman Leonard (Adama Niane).

In addition to this, the cops investigator Guedira (Soufiane Guerrab) also learnt who Assane Diop (Omar Sy) actually was and situated him. This has actually undoubtedly left lots of desperate to understand what will occur next in the Lupine program.

Unfortunately, at this time only five episodes of the 10- episode season of Lupine have actually been made available. Netflix has actually not revealed a specific reason that it decided to split the series in 2.

However, this isn’t the first time he’s split programs into parts with other examples consisting of season five of Lucifer. The next five new episodes of Lupine will be directed by Ludovic Bernard and Hugo Gélin.

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