The third season of “Presumed Innocent” will focus on the Sébastien Métivier case
For the third season of the investigative series Presumed innocent, Marie-Claude Savard and Sébastien Trudel will try to clarify the case of Sébastien Métivier, who disappeared the day after Halloween 1984, at the age of eight.
“The day after Halloween 1984 in the Hochelaga-Maisonneuve district of Montreal, the parents of young Sébastien Métivier, 8, were waiting for their son to return from an extracurricular activity that took place a five-minute walk from the house. Almost 40 years later, they are still waiting for his return,” the press release read. At the same time, other children were reported missing and found dead in the area.
This spine-chilling story will be the investigation brought to the fall, on Crave, in four one-hour episodes directed by Philip Sabourin.
The unsolved case of young Sébastien Métivier marked Quebec at the time. He was also the first child to appear on milk cartons across the province.
Recall that the animation duo exposed, during its first season, the case of Michelle Perron, wife of director Gilles Perron, who was mysteriously murdered in his car in 1987. For the investigation of the second season, the case brought to light was that of France Alain, a young student from Sainte-Foy, who was murdered in 1982 on her campus at the age of 21.
Presumed innocent: the Sébastien Métivier affair will be broadcast next fall on Crave.
You can contact the production at email@example.com if you have information that could help the project progress. investigation of this next season.