After a first season centered on the disappearance of a flight over the Atlantic, Inspector Kendra Malley is called back to the rescue to investigate the fatal derailment of a train in Michigan.
After solving the mystery of the disappearance of a flight over the Atlantic Ocean inspired by a real fact, investigator Kendra Malley returns to service in season 2 of Departure, which will air from August 5 next in the US on the Peacock streaming service.
In this second season consisting of six episodes, Archie Panjabi (The Good Wife) will once again face Howard Lawson, his mentor and former boss played by Christopher Plummer (A Couteaux Tirés) to investigate this time the spectacular derailment of a passenger train from Toronto, Michigan, on its way to Chicago.
Going through all the potential suspects, from the disillusioned employee and the local politician to the engineer behind the design of the train and a Mexican drug cartel, Kendra Malley is going to have to juggle a high-tension investigation. and his emotions.
Shot before the disappearance of Christopher Plummer, who died at the age of 91 last February, season 2 of Departure is one of the last appearances of the American actor with the abundant career, from La Mélodie du Bonheur to L ‘ Army of 12 monkeys or Inside Man.
In France, season 1 of Departure is available on SALTO.