As TF1 airs season 2 of “HPI” this Thursday night, Allociné offers you a summary of the key events at the end of season 1 that will help you better understand the events of this new explosion of episodes .
This Thursday, May 12 at 9:05 p.m., TF1 will launch the broadcast of the long -awaited season 2 of HPI, a detective series unmatched by Audrey Fleurot and Mehdi Nebbou, following Morgane, a 38 -year -old. single mother with 160 IQ and good dose of rebelliousness.
He will see his fate as a housekeeper turned upside down if his unique abilities are discovered by cops who offer him a job as a consultant.
On the occasion of TF1’s broadcast of the new explosion in the unpublished episodes this Thursday, there was a slight recap of events at the end of season 1.
The beginning of trouble for Commander Karadec
In episode 7 of the first season, Karadec and Morgane lead the investigation into the murder of Axel Maertens, director of the kitesurfing club. All the signs police found directly led to a young teenager quickly confessing to the crime.
But Morgane refuses to believe he committed this murder. Against the advice of Commissioner Hazan (Marie Denarnaud), Karadec decides to trust his sidekick and continue to conduct the investigation unofficially. But as they were about to solve the investigation, Morgane and Karadec put themselves in danger, forcing police to shoot a drug dealer who attacked the young woman.
Karadec’s superior then discovered the commander’s actions. And in the midst of the search for fingerprints, the hearing of multiple suspects outside of any legal means, the breach of stamps and the use of a firearm service other than self-defense cases, the commander must face the consequences of his actions. He could even lose his job, as he will be the subject, in season 2, of an IGPN investigation.
An impossible love story
The end of Season 1 leaves viewers in a mini-cliffhanger. Karadec, after having vague dreams about his partner, finally seems to have decided to try a romantic approach with Morgane.
Sadly, when he rang the doorbell of the former housekeeper with a remarkable IQ to offer him an appointment, he found him with his ex, and later the father of two of his children, who he chose to be given a second chance.
A change of situation is part of the writers ’desire to put stones in the wheels of a possible love story between the two heroes of the series.
It remains to be seen if the relationship between Morgane and Karadec will see the light of day in this season 2. Especially since the arrival of Roxane Ascher’s character, played by Clotilde Hesme, the cards can be discarded.
Is Roman already dead?
Recall, at the end of the first phase of the HPI, Morgane agreed to help the police solve the investigations on one condition: that Commissioner Hazan use his resources to find Romain, his colleague who has been mysteriously missing for some time. years. This is the red thread in the first burst episodes.
But at the end of episode 4, Céline informs Morgane that her research leads her directly to an unidentified young man who was found dead in December 2005 in Dunkirk, and who is equivalent in every way. to describe the Roman.
If the apprentice investigator initially had trouble believing that the man she loved had died all those years, she was able to mourn Romain in episode 5 by burying, along with their daughter Théa, the things that he kept.
But the impossibility of a formal identification of the young man, however, casts doubt on his death. Is he still alive? Will Morgane continue to investigate in future episodes?
Watch season 2 of HPI from Thursday May 12 from 9:10 pm on TF1, and a preview of Salto. Season 1 for is available in full on Salto and Disney+.