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If there’s one thing viewers love more than the story of an experienced thief, it’s the story of a kind and ethical thief. Netflix’s Lupine is a testament to the above statement, which has garnered positive reviews from critics and fans alike. Since the show has been confirmed for Lupine Season 3, let’s discuss what we know about it.

Lupine, created by George Kay and François Uzan, is a French Mystery drama series that debuted on Netflix in January 2021. The series tells the story of Assane Diop, who vows to take down a wealthy businessman after his father was wrongly convicted of crimes he did not commit.

What to expect from Lupine season 3?

In Season 3 of Lupine, Assane may no longer have his large box of Lupine tricks in his residence. Despite the police after him, he had the ability to succeed in the underworld of Parisian society. He also denounced police corruption and the criminal enterprise and influence of Hubert Pellegrini. Assane is currently accused of being ‘the most wanted man in Paris’. That could change the dynamics of Lupine Season 3. Assane must now try to erase his identity and defend his family, as he vows to keep an eye on them. This indicates that there may still be a serious threat to them in the next season.

Shall Guedira catches Lupine in third season?

In the novels, Ganimard is a detective who consistently digs up hints about Lupin’s plots. Guedira and Assane’s connection delved into Lupine Part 2, transforming them from adversaries into reluctant allies. But what will Guedira do now that Pellegrini has been discovered? Despite the initial skepticism of his colleagues, the researcher is interested and seems to enjoy unraveling the riddle of Assane’s ambitions.

Netflix's Lupine: The Evolution of Lupine vs.  Ganimard |  Den of Geek

In Lupine Season 3, Guedira will try to find out what Assane’s next move is. Guedira’s career as a police officer has probably been enhanced by his success in deciphering Assane’s plans, especially given that he is a devotee of Arsène Lupine. Guedira could be the only one who can figure out Assane’s whereabouts and his plans for the future as he runs away. He just needs to look for hints.

Lupine Season 3 Release Date!

Netflix released the full second part of Lupine on June 11, 2021. However, cast member Omar Sy didn’t wait until the second season premiere to share the good news about the Lupine season 3 renewal. Responding to a Tweet on May 11, 2021, Omar confirmed that the series would return for Lupine Season 3. So the series is all set to return with a series of new episodes. However, the release date of Lupine Season 3 has not yet been officially confirmed. But many reports claim that we will have the third part by the end of 2022.

Why is Raoul the best character on the show?

Lupine' Part 2: Does Raoul Die in 'Lupine'?

Assane Diop and Claire’s child Raoul Diop is the most naive character in the series. In the show, his innocence is a welcome contrast to all the conspiracies and activities around him. He shares his father’s love for books and turns out to be a big fan of Arsène Lupine’s escapades. Raoul’s bluntness and unusually high degree of maturity for his age make him a likeable character. He finds out the truth about his father and decides to help him, even telling him to carry out his retribution to the end. He is willing to defend his father and the family name in case of danger.

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