At the Château Frontenac, the murder of an engineer launches Céline on a new investigation. The man, found cemented in a bath, was responsible for the collapse of a viaduct that killed 12 people. Would the relatives of a victim have wanted revenge? The murder occurred at the beginning of a major civil engineering congress. Could the fierce competition between the companies that want to win the huge contract for the construction of the “3rd link” between Quebec City and its south shore have been at the origin of the tragedy?Share
White Night takes place over two parallel time periods. The main period, the present day, depicts the unravelling of the Hébert family following the premature death of their mother Louise “Loulou” Hébert (France Castel).
Indefensible immerses us in the world of the Lapointe-Macdonald law firm and its dedicated criminal defense team.
Visiting her family’s property, Celine is confronted with the demons of her past.
Following a serious trauma at the age of 20, Arnaud’s life is turned upside down and he leads his mother Anna on a veritable descent into hell. Anna must now cope with mourning her living child as he loses himself in drugs and ends up on the streets.
While the Cerberus Squad investigates the mysterious disappearance of a farmer, Pelletier worries about Cindy, who is drawn back into the world of bikers following the shooting of a biker's son. Lily-Rose also takes risks for her partner.
City cop Valerie transfers with her son Dave, 17, to Lac-Noir, a seemingly serene and secluded village in the Laurentian forest. Yet she’s soon faced with strange and threatening things she’s got to quickly get to the bottom of.
In the middle of Quebec’s winter, Céline Trudeau investigates a strange murder that took place in Fermont, a small mining town on the Labrador border.
A symbol of success, the hockey gentleman, star, businessman, husband and father was admired and respected by all. Under constant pressure, this hockey legend with an extraordinary strength of character was able to recover from many injuries. Between 1950 and 1971, the series revisits the pivotal moments of the career of this Victoriaville-born national hero.
Thanks to sharp instincts and a colourful past, Robert Piché found the strength to land his out-of-fuel plane and save the lives of the 306 people on board.