While the broadcast of “Rebecca” continues this evening on TF1, Anne Marivin and Benjamin Biolay come back for us on the main differences between this remake and the original fiction “Marcella”, and on their collaboration on the set.
Launched last week to 3.86 million viewers on average, the event series Rebecca, carried in particular by Anne Marivin, Benjamin Biolay, Valérie Karsenti, Samir Guesmi, Clotilde Courau, and Grégory Montel, continues tonight at 9:05 p.m. on TF1 with two new episodes.
In this thriller also available in full on Salto, Anne Marivin plays a cop who comes back to work in order to escape the depression that is eating her away and finds herself confronted with a series of murders that seem to be the work of a serial killer who ‘she had failed to quit six years earlier.
Determined to correct this error, Rebecca pursues him fiercely but memory loss disrupts her work. And when one of the victims turns out to be her husband’s mistress, she finds herself directly involved: why was she the only one to know where this woman’s corpse was? Was it the serial killer who killed her… or was it her, during one of these blackouts?
Met a few weeks ago during the Séries Mania Festival, Anne Marivin and Benjamin Biolay, the star duo of the series, came back for us on their collaboration on the set and the way they approached this couple on the edge of the separation.
And answered a big question: Is Rebecca more successful than Marcella, the British series of which she is the adaptation? And does it deserve in any case that the fans of Marcella are interested in it to discover what differences were brought by the writers Delphine Labouret and Didier Le Pêcheur?
Finally, the two actors, very fond of series, told us about their latest serial favorites on television and on platforms, from Industry to Black Mirror.