The second season of Undercover police about the illegal arms trade

The Flemish-Netherlands, Netflix-series of Games, which is currently in production, will be turning to the illegal arms trade. The story takes place a year after the events of the first season, in the spring, was premiered on the streaming service.

Just like in the first season, which focused on the drugswereld in california, it will be the follow-up to Back out of the ten episodes in existence, reported Variety Wednesday.

Anna Driver and Tom Waes to play again with the roles of undercover agents, Kim de Rooij, Bob Lemmens.

The character of the Tracker is now working for a human rights organization, and the Waas role, it is still employed as a police officer. If it is an illegal trade which has started in Syria and has now been extended to Belgium, the decision of Bob Lemmens is the case, in the form of undercoveragent to investigate.

The series is well seen in foreign countries

According to Netflix, the Flemish-Dutch series, are also well-reviewed in the United Kingdom and in the countries of Latin america. The second season was already announced before the first one on Netflix, it was aired. Well, according to Variety, a French-language remake is coming.

With the release of the second season of the Games are expected to be in september, ready and waiting. It is likely that the episodes will be in the spring of 2020, and the show is on Netflix.


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