In the first season, we were told Istria about how Assan Diop once moved to France from Senegal with his father, who got a job as a chauffeur for the wealthy Pellegrini family. After a while, the employer, Mr. Pellegrini, cruelly framed the elder Diop - he made him guilty of stealing a very expensive necklace. Despite the lack of proper evidence, Assan's father was imprisoned, where he took his own life out of shame, leaving his son only a book about Arsene Lupine. Many years later, the hero, being a professional thief, goes on the trail of that very necklace and prepares to take revenge on the Pellegrini family.
Each episode of the series is dedicated to a separate "case" that are tied together in a coherent story. And every time in the finale, we are shown how Lupine deftly outwitted everyone - and even a spectator tempted by detectives will surely be surprised at the ingenuity of the authors (or Maurice LeBlanc). But closer to the end of the five-episode season, the show suddenly loses ground, the hero for some reason becomes stupider, and all in order to end up with a small defeat and at the same time a powerful cliffhanger.
What awaits the viewer in the second season? You can find out right now, because the series is already available on Netflix
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