After a season 1 rich in twists and turns, Hippocrates returns this evening on CANAL + for an even more breathtaking second season, since our four heroes will meet in the emergency services.
It’s winter. A cold wave hit France, hospitals are overwhelmed. A pipe blew up, flooding the emergency rooms of the Poincaré hospital. Caregivers and patients must fall back to internal medicine.
Alyson and Hugo are continuing their internship in the service. Chloe does everything to come back to practice despite her fragile health. None of the three has heard from Arben, who has disappeared without leaving a word. They will have to face a hospital in crisis, under the authority of Doctor Olivier Brun, the new head of the emergency department.
The four doctors will therefore have to face new challenges. Chloe will have to learn to rebuild herself, she who is now physically disabled, but also mentally. As for Alyson, she discovers a true vocation in the Emergency Department, and will, for the first time in her career, have ambition, while Hugo will never really succeed in finding her place in this department. Regarding Arben, his presence in the hospital seems greatly compromised following the events of the first season.
On the occasion of this new season, Allociné met, Thomas Lilti, creator of the series, but also Louise Bourgoin (Chloé Antovska), Alice Belaïdi (Alyson Lévêque), Zacharie Chasseriaud (Hugo Wagner) and Karim Leklou (Arben Bascha) so that they tell us a little more about the new plots.
Interview by Lucie Reeb on March 4, 2021.
Framing: Constance Mathews
Editing: Arthur Tourneret
Find the 8 episodes ofHippocrates from Monday, April 5 at 9:05 p.m. on CANAL +.