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 third season of Mensonges begins with the discovery of a charred corpse, that of lawyer Martin Champagne, Maxime Moreli's second victim. Then begins an incredible investigation in which Julie is more determined than ever to find the culprit.
With the homicide squad without a director since Phil Walker's arrest, the General Staff chooses a star investigator from the Narcotics Squad to replace him. Pat Fortin, the new acting director, is a specialist in frame-up investigation, frame-up and bluffing. Julie, Maxime and Bob's professional environment will be considerably disrupted when their new boss decides to transpose to Homicide the methods that made him famous in Narcotics.
For her part, Julie, who is now separated from Vincent and pregnant with Maxime, decides to finally live the love story she has been repressing for too long. However, this honeymoon with Maxime is quickly interrupted by the investigation into the MacCoy and Champagne murders. In fact, Pat Fortin suspects Maxime of having implications in this affair, but Julie refuses to believe him. Finally, season 3 of Mensonges will be particularly demanding for the Moreli family since Carla will also have her share of problems. Her rival Cindy, now assistant to the new boss of the squad, will try again to get rid of Carla and win back Bob, but this time by trying to get her convicted of murder.
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.