Following the departure of Clément Rémiens, TF1 unveiled the new credits for “Here everything begins” without Maxime, which highlights Salomé, Anaïs and Enzo. But also Théo, Charlène, Mehdi, and Jasmine, absent from previous versions.
The departure of Clément Rémiens, the interpreter of Maxime, who will speak this Thursday on TF1, marks the beginning of a new era for Here everything begins. So, without wasting time, the credits of the series will be revamped next week. But the channel has already unveiled this new credits on social networks.
While fans were wondering who was going to succeed Clément Rémiens as the “lead” of the credits (Salomé? Teyssier? Rose and Antoine? Greg and Eliott?), TF1 and the production finally decided to bet on the trio Aurélie Pons- Julie Sassoust-Azize Diabate, who therefore now appear first in the musical introduction to the soap opera, always punctuated by the song by Gims “Juqu’ici tout va bien”, which you can discover below.
A choice that highlights the group of young people from the beginnings of Here it all begins, since Salomé, Anaïs, and Enzo had first been introduced for a few episodes in Tomorrow belongs to us, where they had met Maxime, before the launch of the spin-off. And which obviously relies on the growing popularity of Aurélie Pons, who participated in Dancing with the stars last fall.
Everything leads us to believe that the trio of third-year students will be more than ever at the heart of the arches to come. And fans will also very soon be able to find a plot against a background of veganism which will be largely centered on Anaïs.
As for the other novelties, Khaled Alouach (Théo), Pola Petrenko (Charlène), Marvin Pellegrino (Mehdi), and Zoï Severin (Jasmine), who joins the other members of the “roommate” Nicolas Anselmo (Eliott) and Mikaël Mittelstadt ( Greg), make their debut in the credits for the first time.
While Lucia Passaniti, the interpreter of Noémie, who appeared in all previous versions of the introduction to Here it all begins, is now absent subscribers. Should we be worried about the future of his character in the series?
Note that Jasmine is the only new character from season 2 to have the honors of the credits for the moment. But it’s a safe bet that Ambre, Solal, and Deva, or other emblematic characters such as Lionel and Kelly, will also one day have their place in the credits, which will surely continue to evolve once or twice a year in wire arches and casting changes.