Lupin Season 3 When Is It Coming To Netflix?

Lupin Season 3 When Is It Coming To Netflix?

Lupin is a French mystery thriller tv series created by George Kay and François Uzan that stars Omar Sy.

The first season consists of ten episodes, split into two parts, with the first five released in January 2021 on Netflix. The remaining five episodes were dropped six months later in June 2021.

Hugely popular, Lupin is the first French series to rank in the top ten on Netflix in the United States. It was also ranked number one in France, Germany, Austria, Italy, Spain, Denmark, and Sweden as well many others.


In all, Lupin was watched by more than 76 million households, and so it was no surprise that Netflix quickly renewed it for a third season.

But that was back in 2021, and we are still waiting. So the big question is – Lupin season 3 – when is it coming to Netflix??

LUPIN SEASON 3 RELEASE DATE

Netflix really likes to drag out the drama when it comes to its shows, and Lupin season 3 is no exception.

We know it's coming after all in November 2021 Omar Sy confirmed that filming was underway in Paris for the series' third part.

Filming continued into 2022, and we got a teaser trailer for the show's third season during Netflix's Tudum event in September 2022.

Without a whisper for nearly six months, Netflix then teased its slate of new European series, including Lupin Part 3, during its showcase at Series Mania in Lille on March 23rd, 2023.

They made us wait, but we finally know the release date for Lupin season 3. It will stream on Netflix on October 5th 2023.

Lupin Recap

If you haven't been captivated by the gentleman thief, then here's a quick recap to bring you up to date.

Lupin stars Omar Sy in the role of Assane Diop, a man who is inspired by the adventures of master thief Arsène Lupin, a character created by Maurice Leblanc in the early 1900s.

Diop is the only son of an immigrant from Senegal who had come to France to seek a better life for his child. When his father is framed for the theft of an expensive necklace by his employer, he hangs himself in prison out of shame, leaving his teenage son an orphan.

Fast forward twenty-five years and Assane sets out to get revenge on the family who wrongly accused his father.

The diamond necklace is up for auction by the wealthy Pellegrini so under the alias “Paul Sernine”, Assane makes the winning bid and steals it.

But with his personal life in turmoil, and the police on his trail, can Lupin ever get away with his crimes? Find out in Lupin season 3.

Lupin Season 3 What Happens?

We left the second part of Lupin as Police Commissioner Dumont's corruption has been revealed, and Assane publicly accuses Hubert Pellegrini of all of his crimes, including stealing from the foundation.

He successfully evaded the police, steals a speedboat and meets up with his ex-Claire and their son Raoul apologising for the pain he has caused them. As the police close in, he runs off into the night.

Lupin season 3 will pick up from there as Assane Diop has been revealed as a master thief on the run. Now in hiding, Assane must learn to live far from his wife and son.

But when he can’t stand it any longer, he returns to Paris to propose that they all leave France and start a new life elsewhere.

But nothing is ever that simple, and an unexpected return will turn his plans upside down.

As he says in the trailer… “If I have to vanish, I’m going to go out with a bang”.

What Language Is Lupin In On Netflix?

Lupin is a French tv show so it is filmed in French. You can choose to watch it with subtitles or dubbed in your own language.

Personally, I would always recommend subtitles because that way you get a real feel for the drama by hearing the actors in French.

However, I also know that not everybody is keen on reading through the whole show so dubbing is an excellent alternative.

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