While the mystery hovered since the end of the broadcast of season 8 this summer, France tv slash announced last night the upcoming arrival of seasons 9 and 10, still directed by Shirley Monsarrat and already being filmed.
The teens of Skam France will soon be back on France tv slash for new adventures.
While season 8, devoted to Bilal (Khalil Ben Gharbia) and Jo (Louise Malek), and to the themes of precariousness and HIV seropositivity, ended last July, fans have since had no news of ‘a possible ninth round of episodes.
But the online platform of France Télévisions, which recently launched the novelty Diana Boss, announced last night on social networks that seasons 9 and 10 were indeed in the pipes. And most certainly already toured, for the most part, if not all.
No information has yet filtered about the characters who will wear these two new seasons of the phenomenon series, which has accumulated more than 250 million views since its debut, but everything suggests that the gang of friends from seasons 7 and 8 , composed of Tiff (Lucie Fagedet), Lola (Flavie Delangle), Max (Sohan Pague), Maya (Ayumi Roux), Redouane (Abdallah Charki), Jo, and Bilal, will be in the game again.
Just do we know, thanks to the photo posted last night on the official Instagram account of the series, that Shirley Monsarrat, who had succeeded David Hourregue in season 7, will be back behind the camera as a director. While the screenwriter Deborah Hassoun confirmed in the wake of being once again the collection director of these new episodes.
The next batches of Skam France, now completely original since the series no longer adapts the Norwegian Skam since season 5, will they give pride of place to Redouane? To Max? Or to Maya? Unless we meet new characters?
Response most certainly at the start of 2022 on France tv slash, even if the platform has not communicated a launch date for the moment. It is in any case a safe bet that a first teaser should not be long in creating the event among the very active community of fans of Skam France.
Our meeting with Sohan Pague, the interpreter of Max in Skam France: