Where was the hilarious zoo scene filmed in the episode broadcast this Thursday, May 23 on TF1?

Where was the hilarious zoo scene filmed in the episode broadcast this Thursday, May 23 on TF1?
Where was the hilarious zoo scene filmed in the episode broadcast this Thursday, May 23 on TF1?

This Thursday, May 23, the new episode of HPI reserves a hilarious chase scene in a zoo. Where is this magnificent setting actually located? Télé-Loisirs reveals it to you!

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The broadcast of the 4th season of HPI continues this Thursday, May 23 on TF1 with the second episode! This unprecedented investigation, revolving around the murder of a doctor in a hospital in which Morgane happened to be, is the opportunity for the latter to perform new and funny feats, including a hilarious one (except for an unfortunate Karadec! ) chase in a zoo…

HPI : Where was the hilarious zoo scene filmed in the episode broadcast this Thursday, May 23?

This chase involving Morgane (Audrey Fleurotwho gives of himself to the handlebars of his astonishing mount), Karadec (for whom this improvised ride will be eventful and wet) and Prigent (the new kid Tom Scimeca) is a real comedy scene shot in a place conducive to this tone: the Lille zoological park, located in the Vauban-Esquermes district, at the foot of the citadel, just a stone’s throw from the famous Grand Place, bringing together more than 350 animals of 80 species on an area of ​​more than 3 hectares. Those who see this famous chase will quickly realize the richness of the place.

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HPI : Bad news for fans!

Accustomed to enjoying the 8 episodes of a season of HPI in two months, fans will unfortunately be shocked by the programming of this 4th season. TF1 will in fact broadcast it in two parts: the first (made up of 4 episodes, already available on TF1+) was launched on Thursday May 16 while the second (also 4 episodes) will only be available at the start of the school year. Why such a break? The answer is both simple and complicated. Started last August, filming for this 4th season was disrupted by the technicians’ strike, who were protesting against the overhaul of unemployment insurance for intermittent workers in the entertainment industry. This discrepancy logically impacted production and delivery times to the line. A channel which for its part was faced with a particularly busy sporting agenda, in particular because of a Euro football tournament starting on June 14. It was therefore decided to broadcast this 4th season in two parts, this second burst of episodes not being completely ready.

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