After a summer that promises to be eventful, “Tomorrow belongs to us” will celebrate its 1000th episode at the end of August. An event that will mark a great revival for the series according to Hector Langevin, Alexandre Brasseur and Ingrid Chauvin. Find out what will change.
Soon, Tomorrow belongs to us will not really be the same. Launched on July 17, 2017, TF1’s successful daily soap opera will celebrate its four years of existence this summer. An anniversary which will be followed, a few weeks later, by a very important moment in the history of a series since the fiction carried by Ingrid Chauvin and Alexandre Brasseur will pass the milestone of 1000 episodes on August 26th.
And if we are to believe the comedians of Tomorrow belongs to us, this 1000th episode will not be missed, as it promises to be exceptional and announces great changes to come. “It’s going to be a real special episode. What exactly happens, in real life, even I don’t know. But it’s going to be a sick episode.”, teased us Hector Langevin, alias Bart, within the framework of the 60th edition of the Monte-Carlo Television Festival.
“We will be shooting soon for this episode. What I know is that from this episode 1000, the whole series will change”, continues the young actor. “A new image quality, new lenses, a new way of filming, a new credits. It’s a real renewal for the series. For us it was important and we absolutely had to reinvent ourselves. When we launched Demain belongs to us, we were innovative on certain things. And we have to be innovative on things even now. We must not lose that “.
For his part, Alexandre Brasseur, the interpreter of Alex Bertrand, promises that this 1000th episode “gonna be crazy” and ensures that it should not be missed. “It’s an episode that provokes a certain revival. We’ve been here for 4 years. We are in the process of concocting a beautiful 1000th. We still have to celebrate it in a pleasant and joyful way”.
“You will be pleasantly surprised by everything that we have in store for you. It will be a strong episode, but not only the 1000th. There is everything that goes around too. New actors, new faces will arrive. question all the time and we try to move forward “.
And according to our information, this renewal operated by Demain belongs to us as the start of its fifth season approaches at the end of the summer is accompanied by a big change behind the scenes since Marc Kressmann, who was notably showrunner of Munch and Candice Renoir, recently joined the TF1 soap opera as the new collection director (he succeeds Eric Fuhrer who continues to oversee Here everything begins) and artistic producer.
“I think it’s important because, after a while, as an author it must be extremely complicated”Ingrid Chauvin explained to us when asked about the new life that such a change can bring to the head of the team of authors. “We are not far from the 400 actors who have been on the series. And on a daily basis it must be very difficult to be able to find each time ideas on each of the characters, each of the families. So a shift in writing me seems really necessary “.