Entertainment19 May 2020
The drug lord of Brabant, Ferry Bouman, will be back on Netflix this fall in Undercover
The series will be available in the Netherlands on Netflix on September 6, 2020.
Amsterdam, May 19, 2020 - Today Netflix shares the first look and date for the second season of Undercover. Frank Lammers, Anna Drijver, Elise Schaap and Tom Waes can be seen on Netflix on September 6 in the thrilling crime series.
Almost a year after the events of season one, Kim works for a human rights NGO. With the help of her former colleague Bob, her investigation into illegal arms trade in Syria leads her to El Dorado Ranch, a horse riding ranch in the Belgian countryside. Bob goes undercover and tries to get into the good graces of the brothers Laurent and JP Berger, arms dealers.
Meanwhile from inside prison, Ferry Bouman continues his search for the true identities of undercover agents Bob and Kim, while Bob’s teenage daughter Polly wants to find out for once and for all who her father really is…
The drug lord of Brabant, Ferry Bouman, will make a comeback this season. Lammers: "Ferry is back, so watch out! The second season is even more exciting, with new characters and storylines. I can't wait for the fans to see it." A number of new characters will be introduced this second season, including a small role for Rico Verhoeven.
Lina Brouneus, Director of Co-Production & Acquisition at Netflix: "Undercover season one was such a breakthrough success, we knew the fans needed more. We are therefore enormously proud that, together with De Mensen and VRT, we are bringing back this outstanding Flemish-Dutch co-production. All fans can finally mark September 6th in their calendars.”
Undercover is a series produced by production company De Mensen for Eén, in collaboration with Netflix, Proximus, the Brussels-Capital Region, Source Investments / DFW, Federation Entertainment, Les Gens, Gardner and Domm, Gallop, and the Tax Shelter measure of the federal government. In Flanders, the series will be available on Eén.
Vivian van 't Klooster