Good news for the faithful of the first hour of Tomorrow belongs to us, Mathieu Alexandre, the interpreter of Tristan, has confirmed his return to the series.
In recent weeks, Tomorrow belongs to us has seen a significant wave of departures. After Clémentine (Linda Hardy), Ulysse (Sébastien Capgras) and Lou (Rani Bheemuck) then more recently Morgane (Marie Catrix), Sandrine (Juliette Tresanini) and Arthur (Théo Cosset), the future of a historical character in the program remained outstanding.
Indeed, following the tragic death of Odysseus during the hostage-taking of the Spoon, Tristan (Mathieu Alexandre) had taken the radical decision to sell the most famous bar in Sète to Bart (Hector Langevin) and Louise (Alexandra Naoum). Since then, Tristan has not appeared on our screens and nothing allowed us to be fixed both on the fate reserved for the character and the actor in the continuation of the successful daily soap opera of TF1.
Recently, Marc Kressmann, the new artistic producer and collection director from the Serie, had confirmed that Ben and Solenne would not return in the series. In this context, as much to say that the situation foreshadowed a final departure of Tristan far from the lakeside city.
If until then Mathieu Alexandre had remained silent, he spoke on the subject not long ago. And good news for aficionados of the soap opera, Tristan will indeed make his comeback soon.
It’s in an Instagram story that the comedian announced the good news. ” The little surprise I wanted to tell you is that Tristan will be back. We don’t really know yet how but in any case it’s in writing. I can’t wait to find out too. I don’t know exactly in what tempo it’s going to be done either. “. And to add with enthusiasm, ” but in any case, it will come back! “.
With humor, the actor finally specifies, “ it is likely that he will no longer actually serve coffee. Too bad but hey that’s how it is. “.
A piece of news that has everything to delight fans of Tomorrow belongs to us.