While France 3 is broadcasting this evening the last unpublished in stock of the series “Le Voyageur”, Bruno Debrandt is preparing to resume his role of Yann Kandinsky for two new episodes shot in the coming weeks. First info.
The traveling cop from the series Le Voyageur has not finished traveling through France in search of unsolved cases.
This Tuesday, January 31 at 9:10 p.m., France 3 is broadcasting a new episode of its successful collection entitled “Au bout de la nuit”, during which Yann Kandinsky (Bruno Debrandt) comes face to face with his brother, who is accused of having brutally murdered a woman in a hotel.
This investigation, more personal than ever, is the fourth solved by the character of Bruno Debrandt since the ex-star of Cain succeeded Eric Cantona. And unlike his predecessor, the interpreter of Kandinsky does not intend to pass the torch to another actor after four episodes since new parts of The Traveler are already planned by the channel and the production.
Four new episodes of The Voyager in preparation
France 3 has just launched today the filming of the ninth episode of the series – the fifth carried by Bruno Debrandt – whose title is “The Temptation of Evil”. Still written by Hervé Korian, the creator of Le Voyageur, this investigation will see Kandinsky stop in Lorraine, where his intuition pushes him to bring together the case of three men who seem to have committed suicide. What is the bond that would unite these three men?
Filming in Metz and its surroundings until February 24, “The Temptation of Evil” will see Bruno Debrandt give the answer, among others, to Nadia Fossier (Un Si Grand Soleil), Laurent Gamelon (Clem) and Mathilde Lebrequier (Demain belongs to us, Léo Matteï).
According to our information, the tenth episode of the series, “La Forêt perchée”, should then begin filming in early March in the Drôme. The plot will focus this time on a letter received by Superintendent Macena (Maëlle Mietton) in which a ten-year-old boy begs the police to arrest the monster that killed several women in the Vercors.
Once again a thorny investigation for Kandinsky which should, again, not mark the end of the series Le Voyageur since, still according to our information, two other 90-minute episodes are currently in development.
One of which, provisionally titled “The Story of a Monster”, could, if validated by the channel, mark the return of Hubert Delattre in the role of Judge Perron, introduced in the unpublished broadcast on Tuesday last. Case to follow.
In short, Le Voyageur, his cop who crosses France at the wheel of his van, and the dog Emy still have a bright future ahead of them on France 3.