While a season 7 of “Sam” is in writing, could the heroine’s children or the teachers of the Franconville college, absent from season 6, appear in the next episodes? The producer of the series answered us.
After four weeks of broadcasting, season 6 of Sam, in the form of a campaign reboot, ended last night on TF1 in front of 4.19 million viewers according to Médiamétrie, for an audience share of 26.1% on women responsible for procurement under the age of fifty (FRDA-50).
Good scores which should certainly motivate the order of a season 7 which is already in writing and which will take place once again in the small village of Saint-Paul-Le-Truchon, as producer Aline Panel told us. during an interview.
Despite the suspense hovering at the very end of the last episode on the future of Sam (Natacha Lindinger) and Anne-Marie (Chantal Ladesou), who both ended up leaving the village, the whole cast should elsewhere to stack again for this possible season 7 if we are to believe Aline Panel:
“Everyone wants to come back (laughs). So everyone will be there in season 7. And we stay in the countryside”.
But what about the old recurring characters of the series, like the children of Sam, played during the first seasons by Kevin Dias, Roxane Bret, and Valentin Byls? Or even the teachers of the college of Franconville camped by Alika Del Sol, Adama Niane, Issa Doumbia, and Arthur Choisnet? Could they make one or more appearances in the rest of the series?
The answer is obviously “yes” since Sam’s producer told us that the authors were considering this possibility for the coming seasons.
“Yes, we are considering bringing Sam’s children back”, explains Aline Panel. “We are also considering bringing back some teachers here and there. I didn’t want everyone to come in season 6, it would have been artificial”.
“We still have Xavier (Fred Testot), Aurélie (Charlotte Gaccio), and Véronique (Fanny Gilles) who are present in season 6. With Sam of course. It was already four characters that we were relocating, it was not wrong, and it was totally justified”.
“But as the seasons go by, the idea is to bring back old characters”, concludes the producer Sam, to whom we also owe I promise you. “Because they are teachers, so they can be transferred, Sam can call them in reinforcement. So we will do it. And we will bring the children back too”.
In short, fans of Sam who were disappointed to see certain emblematic characters of the series being absent subscribers in season 6 could well find a smile next season.