Broadcasted on Addik TV, Club Illico and TVA

The police series Lies features Julie Beauchemin and Maxime Moreli, two investigators specializing in interrogation. Their way of doing things allows them to solve cases that necessarily require intelligence and tact.

In parallel to the police intrigues, the series tells the story of these two specialists of lies who, in the course of their investigations, will also discover, probe and expose the lies hidden at the heart of their personal lives.


The second season of Mensonges begins when Julie Beauchemin begins investigating the murder of Eugène Foucault aka Monsieur Bonbon. By digging under the surface of this sinister case, she will discover many things about Maxime's past, but also about a vast paedophile network benefiting from political protection.
Simultaneously to this very complex investigation that spans 10 episodes, Julie sees her professional environment completely changed when Marcel Levesque, promoted to the General Staff, is replaced by Phil Walker as head of the Homicide Squad. Walker, a supporter of field investigations, will try to impose his methods on Julie who stubbornly refuses to abandon her interrogation room to go to the crime scenes.
Already busy with all these problems in her professional life, Julie must also manage her conflictual relationship with Vincent for the best and make new difficult love choices.
For his part, Maxime, still on the trail of his brother's killer, will stop at nothing to achieve his revenge. His sister Carla, for her part, will try to change her life and bet on her new relationship with Bob, but Cindy, also interested in this atypical seducer, will prove to be a dangerous rival.


Program info

  • Format
    10 episodes
  • Genre
  • Year
  • Broadcaster
    Addik TV, Club Illico et TVA
  • Director
    Sylvain Archambault
  • Writer
    Gilles Desjardins
  • Producer
    Sophie DeschĂȘnes


Fanny Mallette, Éric Bruneau, Sylvain Marcel, Claude Legault, Mélissa Desormeaux-Poulin, Pierre Verville, Gabriel Arcand, Louis-Philippe Dandenault, Patrick Drolet, Lamia Benhacine, Alexandre Goyette, Olivia Palacci, Maxime Laferrière, Éliane Gagnon, Julie McClemens, Orphée Ladouceur-Nguyen, Jade Charbonneau, Matis Ross.

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