In Netflix’s ‘Lupin,’ a gentlemanly and nonviolent burglar called Assane Diop is the star of a mystery thriller series. Following Hubert Pellegrini’s accusations that Diop’s father committed crimes that he did not do, Diop intends to avenge his father.
Diop is a contemporary interpretation of Arsène Lupin from Maurice Leblanc’s popular late 19th and early 20th century books. Shows on justice, prejudice, and anti-establishment are among the topics addressed in the French-language series created by George Kay and François Uzan.
“Lupin” has been well applauded for its socially conscious storytelling and fantastically intricate characters and plots. Despite the fact that the show has already aired for two seasons, it has amassed an international following.
Everyone wants to see more of Diop and J’accuse, his adorable canine buddy. Everything you need to know about the third season of ‘Lupin’ is here.
Is Lupin season 3 set to premiere on a certain date?
Earlier this year, Lupin co-creator George Kay told RadioTimes.com he anticipated Netflix to air fresh episodes of the series in November 2022.
Prior to the formal greenlighting of Part 3, Kay said, “We’re story-lining it, and I’m optimistic it will emerge.” We expect [Part 3] to run next year, given the positive reception of the first five episodes… unless something goes terribly wrong! With full certainty, we’re working on a plot arc right now.
The cast of Lupin: The Third Season
There was no mention of a new character since the Lupins’ cast had not changed in two seasons. Season 3 of Lupin will not include any new cast members, despite the fact that we may expect the same cast members to return.
Adding further structure to the drama will be the performers listed below:
Omar Sy portrays the skilled thief Assane Diop.
In addition to Etan, Ludivine Sagnier will reprise her role as Raoul’s mother, Simone-Clotilde, as Assane’s ex-girlfriend.
Julia Pellegrini is portrayed by Hesme.
Hubert’s daughter and Assane’s childhood infatuation, Hervé Pierre, appear in the film as well.
Stefan Crepon portrays Philippe Courbet, Assange’s colleague.
This season’s kidnapper Leonard (Adame Niane) will not return.
His father, Fargas Assange, is the actor who plays Fargas Assange.
Soufiane Guerra, the police officer who observes first, is played by Shirine Boutella and Vincent London.
There hasn’t been any mention of a new character since they are the same people that featured in Lupin’s first two seasons and are very certainly returning.
Spoilers for Lupin III
The case against Babakar was closed once Hubert Pellegrini was apprehended, and Assane was cleared of murder charges in Part 2. (Pellegrini had previously in the season falsely accused him of the murder of his henchman Leonard, portrayed by Adama Niane.).
Even still, the story is far from over. With cops moving in, Assane bid farewell to Claire and his son Raoul in the last scene of Part 2. Assane, although being acquitted of murder, is a wanted criminal due to his many ingenious heists.
In the third episode, Assane is likely to be on the run, and he may encounter a new foe.
That being said, even though authorities have the audio of Pellegrini’s confession and he has been exposed as an insider in the department, further connections may exist to enable him to get out of this position. He’s already eluded justice once before while in police custody, so this isn’t exactly a shocking development.
Omar Sy would be “quite active” in helping Assane find his path in Part 3, which George Kay teased in his January interview. When it comes to crafting Assane’s tales, the writer is “extremely active and sharp,” according to an interview.
Part 3 will be a kind of relaunch for the series, according to Kay, who previously told Metro. There are going to be many new characters and some of the old ones are going to be preserved but they’re going to be replaced by a new group of characters. ‘”‘
However, despite the fact that Baker will always be an important source of emotional support for Assane, his story will not be the focus of the film. This time, the focus will be less on Pellegrini and more on a diverse group of players.
The Arsène Lupin books, which serve as the series’ starting point, are likely to influence future adventures, and “Herlock Sholmes,” a satire of Sherlock Holmes, might make an appearance.
“Sherlock Holmes and Herlock Sholmes would not feature in the film,” Kay remarked, as quoted by Metro. Sherlock Holmes would be like having an Arsène Lupin fan show up as Assane if someone were to play the part.