Maison Close: Season 2

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8 episodes in this series

Episode 1 Maison Close: Season 2 - Episode 1
The residents of the Paradise are forced to cohabitate with a band of Parisian thugs with highly questionable morals. Facing grave financial difficulties, the brothel must also survive the rise…
Episode 2 Maison Close: Season 2 - Episode 2
Chief Commissioner Torcy, constantly looking to unseat Mosca from his throne at the Paradise, and suspicious of Mosca's involvement in a major burglary, sends Commissioner Angelus to the brothel to…
Episode 3 Maison Close: Season 2 - Episode 3
Torcy has enough on Hortense to put pressure on her and comes to arrest the Queen of the Paradise. In exchange for her freedom, she agrees to work with the…
Episode 4 Maison Close: Season 2 - Episode 4
Despite being warned by Kertel, who fears retaliation by the Corentin Brothers, Mosca decides to keep the streetwalkers who were formerly under Corentin's charge on the pavement. Valentine, who dreams…
Episode 5 Maison Close: Season 2 - Episode 5
The prefect reproaches Torcy for the increasing number of prostitutes in the streets and the amount of clean-up to be done immediately. His head is on the chopping block. Not…
Episode 6 Maison Close: Season 2 - Episode 6
The prefect demands that Torcy restore calm to the streets of Paris, and suggests he find some common ground with Mosca. Thus Torcy proposes to Mosca that he protect the…
Episode 7 Maison Close: Season 2 - Episode 7
Mosca and Rose get lost in a world of drugs and sex. So Kertel takes matters into his own hands with the help of Bak. Angele contracts syphilis but the…
Episode 8 Maison Close: Season 2 - Episode 8
Torcy oversees the faithful's donations to the Sacred Heart, which add up to a tidy sum. Mosca jumps at the opportunity to strike a fatal blow to the chief commissioner…

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