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About this title

Storyline

Marie Lamontagne (Guylaine Tremblay) est une femme veuve, engagée dans sa communauté et mère de deux enfants. Un jour elle se fait emprisonner à l'établissement carcéral pour femmes de Lietteville où elle fait face à un milieu auquel elle n'est absolument pas préparée. Marie fait la rencontre d'Élise, de Shandy, de Suzanne, de Michèle, de Jeanne et de Laurence. Lorsqu'un nouveau directeur prend à sa charge l'établissement, elle essaie de lui démontrer qu'une détenue est un être humain qui a droit à une seconde chance, mais tous deux s'affrontent dans une lutte sans merci pour la réhabilitation des femmes ayant commis un crime.

Country: Canada

Type: scripted

Language: French

Release Date: September 11, 2012

Also Known As: Unité 9 (Québec), Unit 9Unité 9, Unite 9 |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

prison
quebec
women's prison

Company Credits

Production Co: Aetios Production

Cast

Emilie Miskdjian
as Détenue #1
George Mantis
as IPL Homme fouille #1
André Doucet
as Responsable Écomusée
Claire Jacques
as Solange Chrétien
Philippe Cousineau
as Policier 1 (chez Benoit)
Martin Boisclair
as Commissaire #2
Myriam Crépeau
as Recrue #2
Orphée Ladouceur-Nguyen
as IPL C. Bérubé/IPL C.Bérubé
David Blais
as Infirmier -Centre de réadaptation
Woodson Louis
as W. Fraser
Louis-Olivier Maufette
as IPL homme fouille
Gabriel Sabourin
as Jean Roy
Estelle Richard
as Détenue
Daniel Parent
as Me David Bertrand
Marie-Evelyne Lessard
as IPL Tanguay #2
Ben Harlander
as Gardien de prison
Isabelle L'Ecuyer
as Détenue Unité 5/Cathy Brunswick - détenue max/Détenue au maximum/Détenue #3 cour
Marie-Pier Labrecque
as Patrice Carpentier
Marie-Claude Langlois
as Claire Dubé - détenue/Claire Dubé détenue/Clara Dubé
Marie-Pier Denis
as Détenue programme colère #2/Detenue #2/Détenue/Détenue au Max
Schelby Jean-Baptiste
as Trécée Coicou
Guillaume B. Choquette
as Étudiant Écomusée
Sophie Lévesque
as IPL M. Turgeon/IPL M.Turgeon
Eloïse Tanguay Simard
as Recrue #4
René Richard Cyr
as Ronald Dutrisac
Yves Bélanger
as Antoine - Infirmier
Michel Marmen
as Journaliste
Maxime Dumontier
as Patrick Sirois
Elizabeth Anne
as Détenue dans la cour
Annie Charland
as AC 3 T. Vaillancourt/AC3 T. Vaillancourt
Karl-Patrice Dupuis
as Membre famille Normand
Belkacem Lahbairi
as Vendeur
Rémi Goulet
as Rémi Chartrand/Remi Chartrand/Rémi/Rémi - fils de Suzanne
Étienne Charron
as Jeune homme
Nicolas Landre
as Journaliste
Marilyne Massé
as IPL de nuit
Henri Chassé
as André Chrétien/André Cherien
Suzanne Clément
as Shandy Galarneau
Julie Leclerc
as Cousine Biron
Noémie Yelle
as Infirmière
Bruno Labrie
as Gardien sécurité #2
Olivier Aubin
as Jean Hamelin
Céline Bonnier
as Suzanne Beauchemin/Suzanne
Jason Roy-Léveillée
as Kevin Anctil
Lucie Chalut
as Détenue
Leïla Thibeault-Louchem
as Détenue/Détenue Droguée
Salomé Corbo
as Caroline Laplante
Geneviève Beauchemin
as IPL M. Monette/IPI M. Monette/IPL M.Monette/IPL Monette
Jade-Mariuka Robitaille
as Tanguay détenue
Dusan Dukic
as Boris Jankova
Vincent Hoss-Desmarais
as Jean-Philippe Thomas
Patricia Larivière
as Gwendoline Bachand
Denise Tessier
as Lyne
Francis Leroux-Jones
as AC3 O. Alarie
Natasha Kanapé Fontaine
as Eyota Standing Bear
Sarah-Anne Parent
as Mathilde
Jowanna Lévesque
as IPL Y. Lajili
Mario Hébert
as Ambulancier #1
Guillaume Dulude
as Homme choix #1 Michèle
Émilie Bibeau
as Lucie Lamontagne/Lucie
Karine Picard
as Gardienne #1 palais justice
Linda Cyr
as Détenue discours #1
Catherine Audet-Lapointe
as Cliente enceinte
Maxime de Cotret
as Jeune infirmier
Geneviève Fontaine
as Détenue #2
Gilles Gaucher
as Huissier audiencier
Denis Harvey
as Collègue Sébastien #2
Marie-Josée Beaudreau
as Détenue bibliothèque/Détenue #2/Détenue chante Dondaine
François Plante
as Musicien - Basse
Sébastien Dhavernas
as Protonotaire
Diane-Marie Racicot
as Madame Baribeau/Mme Baribeau
Ève Landry
as Jeanne Biron
Virginie Ouellet
as Étudiante Écomusée
Stéphanie Bélanger
as Gardienne Hôpital Jeanne/Gardienne Hôpital/Gardienne hôpital
Isabel Rancier
as Détenue programme suicide #1/Détenue programme trauma #2
Ian Cloutier
as Cousin Biron
Johanne Ductan-Petit
as Gardienne privée Michelle
Steve Nash
as Transporteur/Agent transport conducteur/Transport J. Charette
Stéphane Lalonde
as Gardien en civil
Lyne Lafontaine
as AC 4 A. Théorêt
Marc Fournier
as Médecin/Médecin Lietteville
Charles-Alexandre Dubé
as Jasmin Chartrand/Jasmin - fils de Suzanne
Catherine Bégin
as Jeannine Petit
David Gagné
as Homme au procès
Élyse Aussant
as IPL Clermont/IPL M. Clermont/IPL Mireille Clermont/IPL - isolement
Gisèle Trépanier
as Religieuse/Soeur Bérangère
Sarah-Jeanne Labrosse
as Laurence Belleau
Marie-Hélène Audet
as Détenue les Outardes #5
Sophie Bergeron
as Tanguay gardienne #2
Kattia Thony
as Infirmière obstétrique
Lydia Moore
as Tanguay gardienne #3
Marie-Claude Guérin
as Martine
Josée Lefebvre
as Détenue #1
Greg Tymoshenko
as Caissier banque
Jean-Robert Bourdage
as Gardien sécurité hôpital
Patrick Lévesque
as Gardien sécurité #2 palais justice
Annie Carignan
as Agente transport R. Frappier/Transport R. Frappier
Richard Jutras
as Dr. Dreyden Médecin
Sébastien Gourre
as Ambulancier #2
Mireille Metellus
as Mère d'Olivier
Marianne Moisan
as Infirmière Hôpital
Sonia Vigneault
as Oncologue de Lucie
Sebastien Beaulac
as Ac-4/AC-4 P. Martel/AC-3 P. Montel/AC-4/Ac 4
Brigitte Tremblay
as Détenue programme trauma #1
Rosalie Julien
as IPL - Fanny Beaulieu
Jean Marchand
as Rolland Montmorency
Martin Lebrun
as Infirmier prison
Gabrielle Côté
as IPL Bovert/IPL Bovet
Frank Fiola
as Technicien informatique
Isabelle Pastena
as Responsable couture
Maxime Mailloux
as Mathieu Poirier
Roger La Rue
as Gérard Biron
Debbie Lynch-White
as Nancy Prévost/IPL Nancy Prévost
Claudia Ferri
as Betina Sales/Bettina Selanes/Bétina Selanes/Betina Selanes
Zoélie Lampron-Fournier
as Pascaline
Sophie Prégent
France Viens
as IPL #1/IPL C. Valdes
Henri Pardo
as Avocat de Michèle
Genevieve Langlois
as Commissaire reponsable
Tommy Joubert
as Mario Granger
Julie Landry
as Détenue les Outardes #6
Ève Pressault
as Agent Tardif - maître
Michel Mongeau
as Juge Caron/Juge Claude Desbiens
Paul Doucet
as Georges Ste-Marie
Philippe Michelina
as Inconnu en moto
Sylvie Dubé
as Colette Beauregard
Marion Van Bogaert Nolasco
as Jeune fille
Marikym Hervieux
as IPL T. Blackburn
Olivier Barrette
as Sébastien Petit
Jacques Allard
as Avocat de Jeanne/Me Plante
Sarah Dagenais
as Patricia
Mélie Jolin
as IPL Max C. Poni/IPL C. Poni/IPL C.Poni
Véronic Rodrigue
as Détenue unité 7
Melissa Toussaint
as Nouvelle Detenue #1
Anne Casabonne
as Annie Surprenant
Sharon James
as IPL M. Sylvere
Isabelle Brouillette
as Patricia Joly
Patricia Laverdière
as Gwendeline Bachand
Émile Azouri
as Extra
Martin Grenier
as Fils Baribeau #2/Fils de Mme Baribeau #2
Christine Beaulieu
as IPL Transport #1/IPL transport #1
Kathleen Fortin
Élise Guilbault
as Kim
Anie Pascale
as Paule Gauthier
Micheline Lanctôt
as Élise Beaupré/Elise Beaupré
Carla Turcotte
as Eva Côté
Alexandre L'Heureux
as Collègue Sébastien #1
Jacques Sergerie
as Infirmier Jeanne
Chantal Bellavance
as Détenue les Outardes #1
Luc Guérin
as Steven Picard/Steven
Jérôme Bédard
as Gérard/Préposé
Tova Roy
as Amitana Nair médecin/Dr. Amitiva Nair
Sylvano Harvey
as Prisonnier
Kim Goudreau
as IPL J. Doré/IPL J. Deré
Jazz Bath
as Lakshana
Laura Barbeau
as IPL Tanguay #1
Daniel Dulac
as Gardien sécurité banque
Steve Berthelotte
as Policier provincial
Christina Filippidis
as Gardienne palais #2
Ellen David
as Juge Suzan MacDonald
François Papineau
as Normand Despins/Normand
Vanessa Munoz
as Détenue #1 cour/Détenue Hispano
Pierre Leblanc
as Commissaire #1
Denis Franc
as Commissaire #3
Marie-Eve Perron
as Détenue Unité 4
Alexandre Landry
as Patrice Gilbert
Eve Aubert
as Détenue qui parle
Julie Roussel
as AC 3 T. Prince
Katherine Adams
as Greffière/Huissier
Gustave Rouleau
as Bruno
Olivier L'Ecuyer
as David Cherrier, psychiatre
Léa Traversy
as IPL UVS
Marie-Chantal Perron
as Madeleine/Madeleine Tessier
Mimi Côté
as Avril Robertson/Amie de Bouba/Détenue - Amie de Bouba
Jean-Alexandre Beaudoin
as Musicien - Guitare
Marina Harvey
as Détenue UVS
Nicola-Frank Vachon
as Marco Biron/Marcobiron
Gabryelle Rousseau
as Détenue discours #2
Danielle Proulx
as Henriette Boulier/Henriette
Normand Canac-Marquis
as Médecin Madeleine
Catherine Beauvais
as IPL P. Dufort
Audrey Gaussiran
as Professeure danse en ligne
Fernand Patry
as Claude Cadorette/Claude Le Bedo
Geneviève Beaudet
as IPL - Deschênes/IPL - Cour #3
Marie-Noëlle Blanchet
as Détenue maximum
Rosalie Hudon-Fecteau
as IPL L. Mercier/IPL - Mercier
Guylaine Tremblay
as Marie Lamontagne
Simone-Élise Girard
as Judith Carpentier
Mariette Guillaume
as IPL A. Nkome
Line Brault
as Greffière
Sylvain Allaire
as Policier 2 (chez Benoit)
Annie-Claude Letarte
as Patiente du médecin
Johanne Loiselle
as Tante Biron
Katherine Mossalim
as IPL G. Kaufmann
Michel Forget
as Adrien Petit
Pascale Desrochers
as Brigitte Lepage
Catherine Paquin-Bechard
as Josée Tessire/Josée Tessier/Josée
Ariane Castellanos
as Carletta
Olga Montes
as IPL/V. Larouche
Catia Cisca
as IPL Max
Mylène Thériault
as IPL J. Trudel
Guillaume Collin
as Policier #1
Patrick Beauchemin
as IPL opérations
Catrine Beauvais
as IPL P. Dufort
Agnès Monseur
as Détenue les Outardes #2
Micheline Poitras
as Hélène
Valérie Morissette
as IPL au max
Natasha Thompson
as Participante justice réparatrice
Marc Poirier
as Homme choix #2 Michèle
Fayolle Jean Jr.
as Juge de Shandy/Policier #1 perquisition/Policier Municipal #1
Claudine Delaney
as Tanguay détenue #4
Isabelle Gaumont
as Infirmière réadaptation
Aubert Pallascio
as Iréné
Mélissa Dion-des Landes
as Tanguay détenue #2
Julie Carrier-Prévost
as IPL isolement #1
Hervé Desbois
as Passant
Ayisha Issa
as Bouba
Claudie Turcotte
as Détenue Free-be #2
Yanik Boisvert
as Chef des opérations
Caroline Lavigne
as Réceptionniste
Liana Mantore
as IPL M. Salomon
Maxime Bellavance
as Musicien - Batterie
Frédérick Bouffard
as Pierre - Ex de Michèle
Karl Farah
as AC-4 G Véronneau
Émilie-Lune Sauvé
as IPL A. Corriveau/IPL Corriveau/IPL Mamoru/IPL A.Corriveau
Mara Joly
as Détenue Free-be #1
Eloi Archambaudoin
as Paul Crevier
Jean-François Blanchard
as Commissaire responsable
Joseph Antaki
as Dr. Savané
Jean Harvey
as Enquêteur Bacon
Dominique Pétin
as Maître Marois
Louis-Joseph Cliche
as Pianiste
Amélie Grenier
as Me Claude Marois
Yves Amyot
as Technician
Mariah Inger
as IPL C. Champagne
Catherine Proulx-Lemay
as Michèle Paquette/Michelle Paquette
Joanie Martel
as Mayline/Maryline
Élisabeth Sirois
as IPL isolement #3
Sabrina Bégin Tejeda
as Mariposa Selanes/Mariposa
Sarah Gravel
as Animatrice justice réparatrice
Ariane Frédérique
as Detenue
Danny Gilmore
as Bertrand Pariseau/Bertrand Parizeau/Bertrand patron de Sébastien
France Pilotte
as Madeleine
Julie Rivard
as Greffière - Commission d'Élise
Marie-Claude Sabourin
as Médecin échographie/Médecin
Claude Desjardins
as Père d'Olivier
Marie-Aude Doyon
as Professeur de français
Sophie Vajda
as Patricia
Chantale Bilodeau
as Détenue #2 cour/Détenue discours #4
Viral Rana
as Détenue
Jonathan Michaud
as Paul - prof de maths/Paul - prof du maths/Paul Crevier
Stéphanie M. Germain
as IPL J. Trudel
Léa-Marie Cantin
as Juge
Cynthia Trudel
as IPL B. Rigaud/IPL - Rigaud
Marcel Joseph
as Participant justice réparatrice
Mathieu Baron
as Marco Choquette/AC-4 Marco Choquette/Marco/AC-4/AC-4 Marco Choquete
Laura Lacoste
as Gardienne palais #1
Michelle Parent
as IPL A. Nasser
Luc-Martial Dagenais
as Propriétaire salon funéraire
Geneviève Morin
as Julie/Fille de Normand
Geneviève Alarie
as Médecin
Mélanie Pilon
as IPL Mélissa Caron/Mélissa Caron
Eugénie Beaudry
as IPL Poste de surveillance - max
Annick Bourassa
as Infirmière bloc opérataire
Inès Agonkan
as Infirmière Jeanne
Mel Brodee
as Tanguay détenue #3
Karine-Marie Deslisle
as IPL D. Langlois
Iannicko N'Doua-Légaré
as Olivier
Eve Gadouas
as IPL - Deschênes/IPL - maximum
Maxime Cormier
as Fils Baribeau/Fils de Mme Baribeau #1
Thiéry Dubé
as AC-4/AC-4 chef de la sécurité
Karelle Tremblay
as Cameron Marquis
Philippe Thibault-Denis
as Justin Boileau
Roseline Biron
as Agent transport/escorte
Jade Léveillé
as IPL Leclerc
Micheline Bernard
as Carmen
Rhonda Pederson
as IPL #2
Pierre Collin
as Yvon Lamontagne
Marie-Hélène Fortin
as Femme au Centre
Karen Elkin
as Monlam
Xavier Huard
as Romain Carrier
Louise Lavoie
as Greffière
Helene Robbie
as Tanguay gardienne #1
Christine Rodriguez
as Enquêteuse
Madeleine Arcand
as Journaliste
Lyne Marceau
as Recrue #3
Joëlle Paré-Beaulieu
as IPL T. Mamoru
Geneviève Rochette
as Nouveau médecin Lietteville
Benoit Mauffette
as Policier acceuil
Matt Simard
as Homme poste de police
Melissa Barclay
as Détenue les Outardes #3
Hélène Florent
as Macha
Natalie Tannous
as IPL T. Mamoru
Louis Mauffette
as IPL homme fouille
François Grégoire
as Ami de Shandy #2
Mathieu Dufresne
as Candidat psy #2
Geneviève Goupil
as Cantinière
Catherine Chabot
as Élodie
Maryse Mizanin
as Infirmière d'Yvon
Jean Asselin
as Maître de méditation
Luckson Jean
as Ami de Shandy #1
Véronique Gravel-Bouchard
as Infirmière échographie
Noëllie Agboton
as Détenue
Patricia Dorval
as IPL P. Provencher
Karine Lagueux
as Infirmière
Louise Laprade
as Monique - Mère de Normand
Nadia Essadiqi
as Naïa programme colère
Muriel de Zangroniz
as Détenue programme suicide #2
Goûchy Boy
as Koffi Yatabéré
Louise Proulx
as Responsable atelier de couture
Véronique Gallant
as France - mère enfant/France
Nancy Bouzi
as Détenue maximum/Détenue Maximum/Détenue au Max
Guy Marcoux
as Guy Marcoux
Alain E. Cadieux
as Juge Berthier
Marie-Lou Bariteau
as IPL G. Hufmann/IPL - Deschênes/IPL G.Hufmann
Angèle Coutu
Pascal Contamine
as Yvon 44-47 ans
Mélanie Desjardins Chevaudier
as Mylène St-Gelais - détenue max/Détenue classe #1
Simon Rousseau
as Pierre-Paul
Caroline André
as Détenue couture
Diane Langlois
as Médecin Jeanne
Moe Jeudy-Lamour
as AC-4 L. Desrochers/AC 4 L. Desrochers/AC-4 L.Desrochers
Phyllis Gooden
as IPL J. Koumba
Guenièvre Sandré
as Détenue programme colère #1
Annie Dufresne
as Josée
Pierre-Étienne Rouillard
as Physiothérapeute
Mireille Arvisais
as Vendeuse Friperie
Fariba Bonakdar
as IPL Psychiatrie
Frédérique Dufort
as Léa Petit
Lili Wexu
as Journaliste/Journaliste télé
Amélie Chérubin-Soulières
as Thérèse professeur de français
Annie Brazeau
as Maître chien
Miryam Magri
as Détenue/Détenue ND
Francis Krukowski
as Policier escorte Marie
Édith Cochrane
as Lisa Côté
Daniel Gadouas
as Bernard
Sebastien Roberts
as Patrick
Blaise Tardif
as AC-4/AC 4 Rousseau/AC-4 homme/AC-4 A. Rousseau/AC-4 Rousseau
Dave Campbell
as Employe De La Maintenance #1
Sébastien Labbé Proulx
as Chauffeur SPQ fourgon
Dominique Leduc
as Responsable librairie
Mariloup Wolfe
as Agathe Boisbriand
Mélanie Lu
as Infirmière Lietteville
Emilie Sigouin
as Karen recrue #1
Neil De Albuquerque
as Gardien sécurité #1
Hugo Bélanger
as Vendeur Mercerie
Mylène Mackay
as Me Pénélope Jalbert/Maître Jalbert
Guillermina Kerwin
as Infirmière d'Yvon
Anna Beaupré Moulounda
as IPL M. Salomon
Patrice L'Ecuyer
as Benoît Frigon/Benoît
Yvan Benoît
as Médecin d'Yvon
Catherine-Anne Toupin
as Shandy Galarneau/Shandy
Hubert Proulx
as Serge Biron
Francis Lafleur
as Musicien - Guitare
Eric Clark
as Court House guard #2
Patrick Abellard
as AC 3 T. Laberge/AC-3 T. Laberge
Rose Langlois
as Marie - 11 ans
Jean-François Porlier
as Représentant du gouvernement
Émilie Fecteau
as Coiffeuse bénévole
Nathalie Draws
as Greffière
Nicolas Paquin
as AC3 B. Sauvageau/AC3/B. Sauvageau
André-Jacques Savard
as Représentant SQ
Holden Wong
as Serveur resto
Julie Tremblay
as Détenue les Outardes #4
Dominique Mathieu
as Gardienne palais #1
Geneviève Schmidt
as Jessica Poirier/Jessica
Sébastien Carranza
as Homme avec Mariposa
Alexandra Laverdière
as IPL Alexe Clermont/IPL A. Clermont/IPL isolement/IPL isolement #2
Emilie Livernois-Desroches
as IPL G. Delaporte
Maryvonne Cyr
as IPL J. Durocher/IPL J. Beauchamps/IPL J.Durocher
Amelie Paul
as Gardienne de sécurité
Hynda Benabdallah
as IPL transport #2
Richard Champagne
as Commissaire #2
Sonia Berube
as Detenue Sirois
Caroline Ruel
as Gardienne #1 palais justice
Richard Lemire
as Installateur
Kim Cormier
as IPL S. Martineau
Christian Baril
as Barman de l'Échoppe
Julie du Page
as Arlette
Steve Barry
as Participant justice réparatrice
Alessandro Lo Dico
as Policier #2 perquisition/Policier Municipal #2
Alejandro Aviles Pena
as Agent Sûreté Nationale #2
Corinne Chevarier
as Infirmière #2
Martin Lefebvre
as Agente Sureté Nationale #1
Danièle Lorain
as Infirmière Pauline
Jean-Pierre Faucher
as Homme choix #3 Michèle
Patrick Caux
as Candidat psy #1
Sylvia Stewart
as IPL N. Haddad/IPL Garde #2/Garde plancher IPL/IPL N. Lajili/IPL N.Haddad/IPL au Max #2/IPLN. Haddad
Gabriel Lemire
as Ami de Cameron
Johanne-Marie Tremblay
as Pauline Plamondon
Gaston Lepage
as Maurice Marchand
Robert Lalonde
as Edmond Galarneau
Christine Anthony
as Détenue discours #3
Normand Daneau
as Martin Lavallée
Paul Ahmarani
as François Beaudry
Véronique Beaudoin
as IPL Tellier/IPL A. Tellier/IPL A.Tellier
Mary-Kim Kelly
as Carol-Anne Valois
Judith Ouimet
as Avocat de la Courponne
Benoit Guerin
as Huissier audiencier
Frank Schorpion
as Pierre Policier
Hélène Major
as Commissaire femme #1
Filip Pekachi
as AC3
Serge Mandeville
as Avocat de la couronne
Rossif Sutherland
as Jaïson
Sany Delagrave
as IPL E Corbeil
Martin Thibaudeau
as Chef bureau opérations/AC-4 Chef de la sécurité/Chef bureau opération

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2012 | 25 Episodes

Season 2

2013 | 24 Episodes

Season 3

2014 | 24 Episodes

Season 4

2015 | 20 Episodes

Season 5

2016 | 23 Episodes

Season 6

2017 | 24 Episodes

Season 7

2018 | 24 Episodes

Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

Young Artist Award 2013

Nominee

Winner

Young Artist Award

Best Performance in a TV Series - Recurring Young Actress 17-21

Gémeaux 2015

Nominee

Winner

Gémeaux

Best Sound - Fiction (Meilleur son: fiction)

Nominee

Gémeaux

Best Editing - Dramatic (Meilleur montage: Dramatiques)

Nominee

Winner

Gémeaux

Best Direction - Dramatic Series (Meilleure réalisation: Série dramatique)

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