Morgane continues her personal investigation to understand what happened to the father of her daughter … But is he really dead?
This Thursday, May 6, HPI, the new series with Audrey Fleurot, continued to break audience records, even surpassing that of the first night of its broadcast! The new production TF1 seems to have found its audience, with nearly 10.5 million viewers for episodes 3 and 4. Yesterday evening, we were able to see Morgane continue her investigation to find out what happened to Romain, the father of her. eldest daughter, Théa. Remember, being able to trace her trail was one of the conditions for her to become a consultant for the police, she who does not carry the police in her heart. If episode 3 did not particularly mention Romain, episode 4 ended with a twist that will keep viewers in suspense until next week. Indeed, Morgane learns from her colleagues Adam Karadec (Mehdi Nebbou) and Céline Hazan (Marie Denarnaud), that a young man was found dead in December 2005 in Dunkirk. The physical description matches and the death was accidental – ruptured aneurysm. So we think it could be Romain, but in denial Morgane leaves the room.
Another huge hit with 10,520,000 viewers 41.5% PDA for the 1st episode and 9,964,000 people and 42.4% PDA for the 2 episodes of#HPI with #AudreyFleurot widely leading last night on @ TF1. The Thursday before, the 1st episode had brought together 9,779,000 people 38.4% PDA. pic.twitter.com/5eeWFo5C1Y
– @Mediasinfos ????????????????? (@Mediasinfos) May 7, 2021
Only, is Romain really dead? Nothing is certain since the body has not been identified. In any case, the police are at least expected to identify the body, since this is only a speculation on the part of the two police officers based on a physical description and a concordance of dates. Moreover, is it possible that the writers close Morgane’s investigation in the middle of the season, knowing that there are still 4 episodes to discover? Morgane doesn’t believe it, and neither do we. One would assume that if this is the case, it would be to allow the heroine to rebuild herself. She who drags behind her the demons of her past would finally be released and could begin a process of mourning. However, this hypothesis seems far too simple since it is the common thread of the series, and the public certainly wants to know more, just as we suspect that Morgane will not be satisfied with this announcement after sixteen years spent in the blurry. We are therefore not immune from an error in judgment on the part of Morgane’s colleagues, and therefore from a plot-twist at the end of the season where Romain could be alive. Otherwise, it could be that the death is not really accidental, to give a hard time to the main character. Since she despises the police, the writers could make that the death of Romain is explained by police behavior. While waiting to discover the sequel, one may wonder what will happen in the next episodes of HPI.