He’s back: More than two years after the release of the second part of the blockbuster series Lupine, Omar Sy will be back on October 5 as the hero created by Maurice Leblanc, Netflix announced Thursday.

True to form, the American streaming platform chose Twitter to make its announcement: “Congratulations to those who saw it well: Lupine part 3, October 5”, revealed the platform’s French account.

To accompany the tweet: the poster, with in its center the superstar Omar Sy, from behind and looking at the roofs of Paris. Message immediately retweeted by the personal account of the actor and producer.

He plays Assane Diop, an admirer of Arsène Lupine anchored in today’s Paris. In the second part, Assane found himself in a conflicting situation between his desire to avenge his father and his desire to be a good father himself.

With 76 million households having watched Lupine in the 28 days following the release of the first part, the fiction had dethroned the Spanish robbers of La casa de papel (65 million views over 28 days for its part 4) as the most non-English-language series. most popular on the platform.

Dubbed in fifteen languages, Lupine was also ranked number 1 in ten countries, including the United States. A first for a tricolor series.