Absent from “Tomorrow belongs to us” for several months, Jules (Xavier Widhoff) will return to the daily TF1 in a few days. Discover the first images of his return to Sète.
Warning, this article contains many spoilers on the next episodes of Tomorrow belongs to us. If you don’t want to know anything, don’t read on.
After Tristan (Mathieu Alexandre), it is another well-known character that the faithful of Tomorrow belongs to us will find in the daily soap opera of TF1
Absent from the series since this summer after leaving Sète to continue his studies at a prestigious computer school in Lyon, Jules (Xavier Widhoff) will indeed make his big comeback during the episode which will be broadcast on Monday January 24 if we according to the synopses of the chain.
And the young man returns with a very specific idea in mind.
In a new excerpt unveiled in preview on MYTF1, Jules joins Martin (Franck Monsigny) at the Spoon in order to convince him to come and live in Lyon with him and Virginie (Audrey Looten).
” I know it hasn’t always been easy between us. Especially at the start. But today, you are like a father to me. I know that with mom you really love each other and I also know that you mean a lot to her. “, he explains to Martin. And to continue, What I mean by that is that the three of us are fine. We are a real family. “.
It didn’t really take much more for the policeman to understand that his son-in-law wanted him to join them in Lyon.
If until now Virginie was only considering leaving Sète to be closer to her son, this extract implies that she has now made her decision and that her departure is scheduled.
Only, the situation is far from being so easy for Martin. ” It is complicated. I have not made my decision yet. But we will stay in touch even if I stay in Sète “, he assures.
While Jules tries to convince him by playing on the sensitive chord, Martin declares that he would love to come and live with them. However, his life changed with Nordine (Youcef Agal). So he can’t act as if his son doesn’t exist, especially since he really wants to get to know him. An answer that the young man understands perfectly.
But according to the official synopses, Jules, who has not yet said his last word, seems ready to do anything to change Martin’s mind. While he is going [se battre] for Martin’s attention with Nordine, Jules will also work to put an end to the relationship between his stepfather and the one he sees as a rival.
Faced with an impossible choice, will Martin decide to stay in Sète to take advantage of his son whom he has just found or will he follow Virginie and Jules to Lyon? The answer is to be discovered in the sequel to Tomorrow belongs to us.