Season Two of Crackle Original Murder Mystery Series ‘The Wall’ Bows Oct. 1

Season Two of Crackle Original Murder Mystery Series ‘The Wall’ Bows Oct. 1

Crackle Plus, Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment’s ad-supported streaming service, Sept. 20 announced that French murder mystery series “The Wall” returns for a second season starting Oct. 1. The series is recorded in French with English subtitles and will be available to stream for free on Roku, Amazon Fire TV and Samsung TVs, among others.

In the second season, an engineer responsible for a fatal Quebec City bridge collapse is found murdered. Detective-Sergeant Céline Trudeau (Isabel Richer) once again must solve the case before the killer claims another victim. As Céline investigates both personal and corporate motives, she is saddled with a new and very green partner (Alexandre Landry), and a prime suspect who is also her ex-husband (Bruno Verdoni). When Céline learns that her daughter, Sophie (Maripier Morin), is in danger, the case becomes increasingly too close for comfort.

“Every episode is incredibly scripted, with riveting storylines and next-level performances that leave our fans feeling the chill not only from the icy locales but also the terrifying atmosphere within ‘The Wall,'” Jeff Meier, head of programming for Crackle Plus, said in a statement.

Crackle Plus’ recent releases include the home renovation series “Pet Caves,” plus-size mountain climber documentary Kili Big, season two of the hit college thriller series “In the Vault,” the sci-fi series “Salvage Marines” starring Casper Van Dien, and the award-winning BBC series “Sherlock” starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman. Crackle Plus also recently announced season three of the award-winning series “Going from Broke.”

The Crackle Plus streaming services, including Redbox, Chicken Soup for the Soul and Popcornflix, are currently distributed through more than 140 touchpoints in the U.S. on platforms, including Amazon Fire TV, RokuTV, Apple TV, smart-TVs (Samsung, LG, Vizio), gaming consoles (PS4 and Xbox One), Plex, iOS and Android mobile devices, and on desktops at and, with plans to expand to more than 160 touchpoints this year.

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