Co-created by the author of successful thrillers Olivier Norek, the detective series centered on a brigade of marginalized people who try to find the identity of anonymous victims will be entitled to new episodes already in writing.
Aired last September on France 2, Les Invisibles, created by novelist Olivier Norek in collaboration with Patrick tringale and Christian Mouchart, follows the investigations of a special brigade whose investigators devote themselves entirely to their mission: to restore a history and a dignity to bodies without identity, and which nobody seeks.
Led by Guillaume Cramoisan (The Last Wave), Nathalie Cerda (Irresponsable), Déborah Krey (Quadras), Quentin Faure (Engrenages) and Cécile Rebboah (Plan B), the detective series composed of six episodes had won over the public by bringing together 3, 95 million viewers on average during its three weeks of broadcasting, i.e. 19.4% audience share.
The public had taken a liking to this team of investigators both complex and endearing, to the point of dethroning the medical series Good Doctor on TF1 when it was launched. A positive assessment which convinced France 2 to give new adventures to Commander Darius’ shock team by developing a second season, in writing for several months.
“On would very much like to meet up with the four of us because we get along really well. We had a lot of fun“, confided Nathalie Cerda, the interpreter of the touching Marie-Jo, at the microphone of Allociné.”We didn’t know each other and we got along wonderfully. So we can’t wait to get back on track, even if the pace is quite sustained!“
The series is produced by Storia Télévision and shot in the city of Lille and the Hauts-de-France region.