Tristan, played by Mathieu Alexandre, has been absent for some time in “Tomorrow belongs to us” on TF1. The comedian recently took to Instagram to confirm his return to the daily soap opera.
Tomorrow belongs to us : a significant wave of departures
Back to school time has come in Tomorrow belongs to us, for some time the faithful of the soap opera have seen many changes. The credits have changed, this time it is signed by singer Vianney. We also see a fairly significant wave of departures. Indeed, several actors had to set sail, this is the case in particular of Linda Hardy who played Clémentine.
Then, more recently, viewers have sadly witnessed on the death of Odysseus, played by Sébastien Capgras. Lou (Rani Bheemuck), Sandrine (Juliette Tresanini), Morgane (Marie Catrix) and Arthur (Théo Cosset) also disappeared from the small screen.
The new artistic producer and collection director of the series, Marc Kressman, has also confirmed that Ben and Solenne, played by Artemisia Toussaint and Antoine Cohaut, would not return in the series. The hostage-taking at the Spoon cleaned up the series. Following this, Tristan, the famous bartender, had to put his establishment up for sale. Suffice to say that the situation foreshadowed a possible departure for the owner of the series.
Tristan will come back!
Tristan is no longer onscreen at the moment, but he will be soon back to Sète, to the delight of soap opera aficionados. Indeed, Mathieu Alexandre, the bartender’s interpreter, finally broke the silence and explained himself in one of his Instagram stories. The comedian broke the good news this way:
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 do not know exactly in what tempo it will be done either. But in any case, he will come back!
One thing is certain, Tristan will no longer serve coffee at Spoon since Bart and Louise have taken over his establishment. His return to the soap opera should delight more than one. The episodes of the daily series Tomorrow belongs to us are broadcast every evening on TF1 at 7:10 p.m.