Capitani Season 2 Update: Netflix has acquired the streaming rights to the Luxembourg drama series Capitani, which will be available on Netflix in a wide section of the country starting in February 2021.
The criminal drama series follows an investigator who receives a tip about a missing young girl in a small community in Luxembourg’s northwestern region. LUC Capitani, the investigator, is a stranger in town due to the presence of a large Civilization Shock.
Season 1 stars Marc Limpach, Luc Schiltz, Stefan Weinert, Sophie Mousel, and Desiree Nosbuch.
Despite the fact that there are only a few reviews for the series on 114Db, it currently has an 8.6/10 rating. In 2019, RTL broadcasted the first episode of the series.
Capitani Season 2: Update
Netflix raising the series, according to Thierry Faber, who worked as an executive producer on season 1.
” Seeing our work go live on such a large-scale global entertainment service is a source of satisfaction and pleasure. I’m quite curious to see how our concert will be received by audiences throughout the world, and I can’t wait to hear back. It’s an encouragement to go back to work, and we’ll undoubtedly do so by developing more intriguing ideas. For the time being, I’m sending my best wishes to LUC Capitani on his worldwide tour.”
Season one has 12 episodes and will premiere in its entirety on Netflix on February 11th, 2021. We’ve also kept track of the release schedules in Australia and the United Kingdom. The programme should be available in the Netflix application’s upcoming section.
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Season 2 of the programme has been set in motion, according to a newsletter sent by Samasa Film, which states that filming for the season is now in the planning stages, with the intention of starting filming in the middle of March 2021.
While it hasn’t been confirmed that Netflix would pick up season 2, it is expected to do so. Assuming that the second season of the series will be set in Luxembourg in 2022, we may expect to see the series on Netflix shortly after, however we will keep you informed as more information becomes available.