Earlier this year, to promote its new French series, “Lupine,” Netflix challenged the protagonist of the story. Omar Sy (“Impossible Friends”), who takes on the role of Assani Diop, went undercover and chose a Paris metro station to put up posters for the broadcast service series.
In the video shared by Netflix France on social networks, the actor placed a poster of the series in which he is starring at the Palais Royal-Musée du Louvre station, without being recognized by the vast majority of passengers.
The first season of “Lupine” debuted in January on Netflix and topped the daily streaming service in many countries, such as Portugal, Brazil, Argentina, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, and Sweden. After the commotion of the first episodes, the broadcasting service decided not to wait for viewers for a long time, and presented the second part of the series on Friday, June 11.
“Assani’s desire to take revenge on Hubert Pellegrini destroyed his family. Now that he’s leaning against the wall, he has to think of a new plan, even if it means putting himself in danger,” sums up the streaming service in the caption accompanying the trailer.
In the new episodes, the protagonist will continue to try to take revenge on Hubert Pellegrini. “Game over. Asani’s thirst for revenge on Hubert Pellegrini destroyed his family. With his back to the wall, he has to come up with a new plan, even if it means putting himself in danger,” adds Netflix.
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