ALL THE INFORMATION ABOUT THE RELEASE OF HPI ON SALTO! EPISODE 7 OF SEASON 2 OF HPI: HIGH INTELLECTUAL POTENTIAL!
Salto now offers HPI High Intellectual Potential! If you’re curious about when Season 2 Episode 7 will air, continue reading! The purpose of a romantic comedy is to pique the viewer’s ire, which is precisely what these new episodes of HPI do.
Morgane will still have to wait before she enters a relationship with Commander Karadec.
Season 2 has only recently returned, with only two episodes remaining. Audrey Fleurot, who plays Morgane, also recently gave an interview in which she was able to discuss the final episode of Season 2.
According to reports, the final episode will focus on Romain, the missing father of Morgane’s eldest daughter, and HPI will not appear in the comedy at all.
Finally, episode 6 concludes with our heroine realizing she is becoming attached through visions and some of the series’ more bizarre scenes, but what does the sequel have in store for us now? We tell you everything you need to know about the upcoming release of HPI Season 2 Episode 7 on Salto!
WHAT DATE AND TIME WILL EPISODE 7 OF SEASON 2 OF HPI ON SALTO BE RELEASED?
The wait is over! HPI Season 2 Episode 7 will premiere on Salto on May 5, 2022. For the impatient, HPI Season 2 Episode 7 on Salto should air at 9 p.m. in France. Take note that episode 8 of Season 2 of HPI will air concurrently with episode 7.
WHAT IS THE SUBJECT OF THE SERIES?
Season 2 of HPI’s official synopsis reads as follows: “Morgane Alvaro is back in action! Morgane has not yet finished upsetting Commander Karadec’s procedures with her uncontrollable genius and improbable appearance. The duo will face high-flying puzzles together. However, for how long?
Roxane Ascher, a tenacious and seductive investigator, is tasked with determining Morgane’s contribution and devastation within the police. Major Karadec will not be indifferent to the allure of this cop who bears a striking resemblance to him…
In terms of family life, Ludo has returned to establish himself in the house, Eliott remains HPI, Théa continues to struggle with adolescence, and Chloe remains her mother’s favorite confidante.
Is Morgane prepared for a normal life at last? Will she eventually integrate into the police force and resolve her issues with authority in all its manifestations?