Unexpected national and international success on the platform, the first part of Lost Ball had more than 37 million views during the first 28 days of its operation on Netflix in June 2020. Very logically, Netflix therefore offered a sequel to this Fast and Furious à la française worn by actor and stuntman Alban Lenoir, who is revealed in a trailer. After the death of Charras (Ramzy Bedia), Lino (Alban Lenoir) and Julia (Stéfi Celma) took over and formed the new shock team of the narcotics brigade. Determined to find the murderers of his brother and his mentor, Lino continues his hunt and won’t let anyone get in his way. Lost Bullet 2 is therefore the direct sequel to the first part, shot without a green screen, with new and real car stunts and will be posted on the platform on November 10. The streaming giant aims to make Lost Bullet the first French Netflix franchise and has already ordered a third opus in order to develop a trilogy around the universe created by Guillaume Pierret.