If you are in for a crime thriller where a suited-up man is involved in robberies, then the French TV series Lupin should be on your watchlist. The show has got an IMDB rating of 7.6 and it’s about to renew for a new season this week. So, how you can watch Lupin Season 2 online? Here’s what you need to know.
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Lupin Part 2 Release Date & Time
The second part of Lupin is scheduled to arrive on June 11. The first five episodes of the Season 1 were released earlier this year in January as Part 1.
All these episodes are set to arrive on Netflix at 3 AM ET or 12 AM PT.
As you might know, the lead character Assane Diop played by Omar Sy is inspired by the stories of Arsene Lupin, a master thief character created by Maurice LeBlanc. But his primary goal is to take revenge against a family who framed his father as a thief.
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Where to watch Lupin Part 2 online?
You can stream Lupin Part 2 on Netflix from Friday this week. Since it’s Netflix, all the episodes will be uploaded at once just like the case of Lucifer Season 5 Part 2.
Other than that, the popular TV show isn’t available on any other streaming platform since it’s a Netflix original. If you want to watch the episodes of Lupin Season 1, you can visit its Netflix page using this link.
Can I stream Lupin on Netflix for free?
The direct answer is no as Netflix has pulled all kinds of trial offers. However, if you live in the U.S., you can check out the T-Mobile Netflix deal that offers different Basic or Standard Netflix depending on your Magenta plans.
In India, you can get free Netflix streaming with broadband plans from JioFiber starting at Rs 999 and Jio Postpaid plans starting at Rs 399.
What do you get in Lupin Part 2?
The Lupin Part 2 continues Assane’s revenge against Hubert Pellegrini. He now has to come up with a new master plan to reach his goals. Meanwhile, he finds a new ally when looking for his son Raoul and trying to uncover Hubert’s grand crimes.
Lupin is a French TV show which is original produced in the French language. But you can find English audio and subtitles while watching it on Netflix.
No. Lupin and the robberies depicted in the show are not based on a true story. However, some things do resemble real-life incidents like the necklace in the first episode looked similar to the one worn by Queen of France Marie Antoinette.
The second part of the crime thriller consists of 5 episodes, pushing the total count to 10. Each episode will be of around 40-50 minutes in length.