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About this title

Storyline

A detective series which carries us through the twists and turns of the Internet and emerging technologies. Modern technology allows criminals to act in the real world, all the while shielded by their computer screens. The police's Digital Unit therefore combines field investigations and virtual expeditions using a unique duo: Sam, a cop newly transferred from the homicide bureau (and not particularly tech-savvy), and Billie, a young, feisty policewoman and IT expert. They will need to collaborate, not without difficulty at first, before being able to learn from each other. For behind each case of cyber criminality, first and foremost, lies a human story to be told.

Country: Belgium

Type: scripted

Status: Returning

Language: French

Release Date: November 19, 2017

Also Known As: 42-й отдел, Unité 42 |  See more »

Parents Guide: Brazil (18), France (12, 16) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

internet
cybercrime

Company Credits

Production Co: Left Field Ventures, Radio Télévision Belge Francophone (RTBF) |  See more »

Cast

Olivier Prémel
as Mathieu Bogard
Oscar Soldati
as Bébé Oscar Leroy
Nicolas de Pruyssenaere
as Piotr Vassilieff
Léonie Souchaud
as Cléa Aerts
Alexandre Dewez
as Adam Brouck
Véronique Barbier
as Présentatrice Journal télévisé
Fabrizio Rongione
as Pierre Remacle
Selma Alaoui
as Diane Wouters/Diane Wauters
Luc Schiltz
as Jeff
Thomas Mustin
as Fabien Braxe
Lydia Indjova
as Jade Jablokov
Alain Eloy
as Henry Ravet
Caroline Escarmelle
as Chloé Miller
Eric De Staercke
as Léon Neefs
Lucas Tavernier
as Le militant
Simos Koparanis
as Victor Jablokov
Alexandre Trocki
as Karel Vertongen
Bart Dezdari
as Sergeï Filiopovitch
Nola Tilman
as Emmy Leroy
Eurydice Guillaume
as Agathe Dubois
Olivier Bonjour
as Dominic Dalmot
Alice Hubball
as Chantal Descamps
Jean-Claude Soetens
as Réal.Film S M
François Neycken
as M. Adrienssen
Jean-Michel Balthazar
as Lambert Hammers
Sebastien Dewaele
as Simon Villard
Pascal Gruselle
as Agent pénitentiaire
Mathilde Rault
as Laurence Meunier
Michaël Erpelding
as Antoine Chappard/K4oS/K4os
Pauline Gillet Chassanne
as Charlotte Vekmans
Roda Fawaz
as Nassim Khaoulani/Nassim
Danitza Athanassiadis
as Alice Meerks
Seloua M'Hamdi
as Zoubida Bouayad
Mélanie Bourgoin
as Camarade de classe
Max Garang-Boulègue
as Nils Desmet
Fabrice Rodriguez
as Jérémy Desmet
Pedro Cabanas
as Miguel Pons
Karel Deruwe
as Louis Vermeer
Baptiste Sornin
as Michel van Deck
Emilien Vekemans
as Benjamin Corti
Angélique Vercray
as Céline Jacob
Quantin Meert
as Employé magasin
Yannick Flotte
as Le naturaliste
Aaricia Dubois
as Ziza
Delphine Bibet
as Christine Lemans
Bérangère Mc Neese
as Axelle Lemans
Bruno Mullenaerts
as Fred Janteux
Eric Larcin
as Directeur de prison
Samuël Barberini
as Journaliste TV
Patrick Ridremont
as Samuel Leroy
Mourade Zeguendi
as Didier Vanberg
Jérémy Zagba
as Corpus
François Prodhomme
as Victor Vermeulen
Gabriel Almaer
as Frank Olmanst
Laetitia Chambon
as Anna Becker
Rkan Albay
as Costa Babkine
Eugénie Anselin
as Emilie Sarraq
Beverlye Geiregat
André Pasquasy
as Policier
Stany Paquay
as Corpus
R. Kan Albay
as Costa Babkine
Azdine Ben
as M. Hammadi
Christophe Lambert
as Kidnappeur
Thomas Demarez
as Tom Leroy
Louise Manteau
as Pauline Sissbach
Alexia Depicker
as Virginie Aerens
Joren Seldeslachts
as Benoît Decker
Léo Moreau
as Rudox
Fabian Finkels
as Arthur Lehon
Francisco Yvan Luzemo
as Le policier
Philip van Ees
as Ben5
Kellen Goff
as Max Neefs
Naser Neziri
as Réceptionniste
Yann Leriche
as Jean-Philippe Meert
Oscar Emmanuel Fabela
as Gaetan Maes
Eugenia Ramírez
as Sacha
Salim Talbi
as Sélim
Philippe Vauchel
as Gregory Weittman
Tania Garbarski
as Manuela Desmet
Bwanga Pilipili
as Bijou Franck
Alice D'Hauwe
as Sophie Leconte
Nathan Fourquet-Dubart
as Augustino
Quentin Marteau
as Barman
Fanny Dumont
as Marie Bilain
Toni d'Antonio
as Karl Mangus
Baptiste Moulart
as Max Neefs
Vincent Doms
as Théophile de Nantier
Juliane Lepoureau
as Léa Remacle
Rachid Benbouchta
as Madar Bishop
Isabelle Paternotte
as La mère de Billie/Martine Vebber
Bernadette Mouzon
as La Mère de Nina
Karin Clercq
as Patricia Remacle
Jordan Reynolds
as Tom Leroy
Simon Duprez
as Dave Borossian
Gaëtan Lejeune
as Thierry Vermiest/Whiteghost
Maureen Delys
as Ep 1
Aurélie Frennet
as Maureen Sommers
Diego van Houtte
as Le voisin
Olivier Bony
as Pierrick Sulzac
Pierre Dherte
as André Courtoy
Laurent Dauvillée
as Raphaël Dickens
Camille Voglaire
as Tess
Philippe Beyls
as Policier
Catherine Conet
as Louise Beuls
Sylvain Daï
as Guillermo Picavat
Mikael Sladden
as Le voyeur
Brahim Waabach
as Imam Abdel Mehenni
Cécile Delberghe
as Directrice de crèche
Maureen Merchiers
as Nina Gomez
Real Siellez
as Cigur
Audrey D'Hulstère
as Clothilde Dubois
Frédéric Clou
as Alban Lejeune
Tristan Schotte
as Gilles Basti
Valérie Lemaître
as Elisa D'Hont
Pierre Lognay
as Laurent Antoine
Raphaël Charlier
as Ami K4os
Amel Benaïssa
as Error
Vincent Londez
as Agent Capart
Mirza Kilic
as Jocelyn
Pitcho Womba Konga
as Guru/Sylvain Englebert
Ronald Beurms
as Marc Vanberg
Valérie Muzzi
as PDG Digitec
Mikael di Marzo
as Silvio Durand
Victoria Jadot
as Youlia Doubinski
Daniela Bisconti
as Gisèle Braxe
Saïd Bahaïd
as M. Bouayad
Lucas Van den Eynde
as Louis de Nantier
Joëlle Franco
as Lotte Vanberg
Denis Carpentier
as Nic Couchard
Jean-Henri Compère
as Alain Lemans
Jérémy Gillet
as Thibaut Braxe
Raphaël Collin
as Bébé Oscar Leroy
Georgina Elizabeth Okon
as Bijou Franck
Cédric Cerbara
as Responsable IT
Isabelle Dickes
as Femme de ménage
Christophe Sermet
as Corentin Bonami
Simon André
as Jean-François Pereman
Hassaba Halibi
as Mme Hammadi
Meral Bedri
as Policier en uniforme
Zack Groyne
as Gaëtan Maes
Vincent Lecuyer
as Colin Duprez
Raphaëlle Bruneau
as Agent Lehon
Anton Kouzemin
as Romain Guillemeau
Koen van Impe
as Etienne Gross
Corentin Skwara
as Employé 2
Tom Audenaert
as Bob Franck
Charly Magonza
as Jérémy Raiser
Caroline Dujardin
as Florence Bogaert
Loic Buisson
as Thibaut Denis
Sabrina Lopez Leonard
as Costplayer
Erico Salamone
as Ugo Alesi
Laurent Van Wetter
as Paul Miller
Constance Gay
as Billie/Billie Vebber
Judith Hontoir
as Petite-fille de Nantier
Bruno Georis
as Claude Vebber/Le père de Billie
Sebastian Moradiellos
as Agent patrouilleur
Simon Caudry
as Robin Leroy
Jehon Gorani
as Gregor Vasichek
Colette Sodoyez
as Véronique Courtoy
Jérémie Petrus
as Simon Courtoy
Anouar H. Smaine
as Bouayad
Philippe Grand'Henry
as Jean-Yves Reiser
Charlie Lardinois
as Oscar Leroy
Patrick Brull
as Pierre Lemans
Hélène Theunissen
as Hélène Janssens
Anne-Pascale Clairembourg
as Fabienne Magnot/Sandra Magnot
Réhab Mehal
as Sonia Chatar
Martin Swabey
as Arnaud Leconte
Caroline Stas
as Camille Leroy
Rania Mellouli
as Dounia Bouayad
Gilles Vandeweerd
as Goldkey
Myriem Akheddiou
as Agent de probation/Sarah Van Innis
Adonis Danieletto
as Marc Descamps
Clément Baronnet
as Vigile Tellum
Michael Vergauwen
as Renaud Ghekière

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2017 | 10 Episodes

Season 2

2019 | 10 Episodes

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