After the intrigue of the White Lady, “Tomorrow belongs to us” will offer from this evening a new disaster narrative arch which will see several characters, including Chloe, Alex, and Charlie, being taken hostage at the Spoon. Check out the trailer.
The mystery of the White Lady barely solved, Tomorrow belongs to us will switch from this evening in a brand new plot, entitled “Hostages”, which promises to endanger the lives of several emblematic characters. Shaking up the series forever.
Following the disturbing scene, to say the least, witnessed by Alex (Alexandre Brasseur) and Noor (Sahelle De Figueiredo) on the port, the police will try to find out more about the trafficking of firearms which seems to be rampant in Sète and the intentions of the two people who were seen exchanging pistols.
Especially since, shortly after, Ulysses (Sébastien Capgras) will be attacked in the middle of the street by an armed individual who will steal his keys and his wallet, and who could well also be linked to this whole story. .
Apparently isolated events which will soon take on their full meaning and turn into drama in the episode of Tomorrow belongs to us which will be broadcast this Tuesday, August 17 on TF1.
Indeed, as revealed the trailer for this new disaster arch, uploaded this weekend on MyTF1, Chloé (Ingrid Chauvin), Alex, Camille (Elisa Ezzedine), Charlie (Clémence Lassalas), Sylvain (Arnaud Henriet), Anthony (Benjamin Gaitet), Ulysse, and Tristan (Mathieu Alexandre ) will find themselves held hostage at the Spoon by a young woman named Ophélie (Solange Fréjean).
“We’re going to spend a little time together”, launches the hostage taker at Chloe, Alex, and the rest of the people now forcibly retained within the Spoon.
While everything suggests that the situation will last at least until the 1000th episode, which will be broadcast on August 26 on TF1, Karim (Samy Gharbi), Martin (Franck Monsigny), and Xavier Meffre (Charles Lelaure) will quickly be alerted by Flore, Amanda, and Christelle of the disappearance of their loved ones. And the Sète police will understand that a drama is being played out at Spoon.
What is this Ophelia really looking for? Why did she target the Spoon and its customers? And what role does Anthony, the young protégé of Sylvain Moreno, play in this story? After all, viewers of Tomorrow Belongs to Us are going to find out tonight that Charlie’s new crush isn’t necessarily very well-meaning.
One thing is certain: this new plot will be marked by the death of one of the heroes of Tomorrow belongs to us. And nothing will ever be the same afterwards. So when we know that the hostage taker will point her gun at Charlie and promise him that she will be “the first to go there”, there is cause for concern for the future of the small plague of the series.