‘Black Spot’ is a French television series set in a tiny community where a murder occurs often. This area is worse because mobile phones do not operate properly here due to their distant position.
The series, dubbed ‘Zone Blanche’ in French, was bought by Netflix in 2017 and made accessible globally through streaming. It was also a significant step toward Netflix’s entrance into the French market.
Mathieu Missoffe conceived the program, which Julien Despaux and Thierry Poiraud direct. Various episodes are ascribed to Antonin Martin-Hilbert, Florent Meyer, and Juliette Soubrier.
Pascale Breugnot serves as executive producer; Pierre-Emmanuel Fluerantin, Christophe Louis, Vincent Mouluquet, and Pascal Wyn act as producers.
Black Spot Season 3 Release Date
Despite a strong cast and an original narration, the sitcom failed to captivate the public in its second season. Around 1.9 million people checked in to see the series on its premiere day, compared to 3 million viewers for the first season.
Season 2’s return witnessed a significant fall in popularity, and odds are the producers are no longer interested in returning for another season run.
However, if Amazon or Netflix decide to renew the program, Black Spot Season 3 is a strong possibility. Therefore, do not lose hope and continue to await more information.
France and Belgium’s supernatural television series co-produced on 10 April 2017. Season 2 of Stranger Things premiered on Netflix in June 2019.
The series’ admirers were unable to get enough of it. For some time, speculations have circulated concerning the anticipated release of season 3. However, no formal confirmation of the release has been made.
According to reports, if the series is revived, it will premiere this year or 2022.
Black Spot Season 3 Plot
Villefranche is a tiny (fictional) village in France that serves as the novella ‘Black Spot.’ It is located amid a dense forest on a mountain. This place’s weather is continuously dreary, even when the sun shines.
This behavior is amplified much more among the town’s people. There are relatively few residents here, and the population continues to drop steadily with each passing day.
There are two reasons for this: first, everyone who has lived in Villefranche for an extended period understands how difficult and hazardous it is to live here. It would be prudent to go while you still have the opportunity.
Otherwise, you risk being sent away for the second reason: a high fatality rate. To be precise, murder rate.
The murder speed is more than six times the nationwide average, making it one of the most deadly towns in the country. Major Laurène Weiss serves as police chief in this town.
She has lived here her whole life and has come close to death many times. While she is consumed by her desire to unravel certain riddles from her history, the town’s state deteriorates. This all starts with the finding of a corpse.
A lady is stabbed to death and then hanged from a tree resembling another tragedy. Meanwhile, the town’s mayor’s daughter has gone missing, and a nearby sawmill that employs many residents has been shuttered.
Prosecutor Franck Sirani is dispatched to Villefranche to help with the inquiry and ascertain precisely what is going on in the town. As an outsider, he has no clue what he is getting himself into, but the community quickly teaches him all he needs to know.