Created by Fabien Nury (“Guyan”), the historical police drama is back for a season 2 on Canal+, the filming of which has just started in the Paris region.
Less than a year after the broadcast of Paris Police 1900 on Canal+, a historical detective series showing the reverse side of the Belle Epoque, the channel has just announced that a second season has just started filming in the capital and in the region. Paris for a period of five months.
Set five years after the first season, which took place in 1899, these new episodes written by Fabien Nury (Guyana) and Xavier Dorison (Les Brigades du Tigre) will again feature Jérémie Laheurte (Jouin), Evelyne Brochu (Meg), Thibault Evrard (Fiersi), Marc Barbé (Lépine), Eugénie Derouand (Jeanne), Alexandre Trocki (Cochefert) and Christian Hecq from the Comédie-Française (Berthillon) in a new sulphurous investigation.
While the morality police are cleaning the streets of Paris of their prostitutes on the order of the prefect Lépine, the body of a man is found in the Bois de Boulogne. This investigation entrusted to Inspector Antoine Jouin leads him into a clandestine world where pimps, blackmailers and crooked doctors are associated.
Having at heart to depict the inequalities of the institutions of the time by honoring strong female characters like the young lawyer Jeanne Chaulin, it is a safe bet that this new season will explore the harsh reality of the exploitation of the body. of women at the beginning of the 19th century allowed by a profoundly patriarchal system.
The six episodes of season 2 of Paris Police are directed by Julien Despaux and Frédéric Balekdjian and produced by Emmanuel Daucé for Tetra Media Fiction. Season 1 of Paris Police is available in full on myCANAL and Canal+ Series.