Here it all begins: do we have to watch Tomorrow belongs to us to understand the series?

“Here everything begins”, the new series of TF1 derived from “Tomorrow belongs to us”, begins this evening at 18:30. Is it necessary to watch the mother series to understand this spin-off that takes place in the world of cooking? We will explain everything to you.

A major event today in the world of French soap operas with the launch on TF1 of a fourth daily series, after Plus belle la vie, Demain nous belongs, and Un Si Grand Soleil. A new fiction which has, in addition, the particularity of being a derivative series since Here it all begins, whose first episode will be broadcast this evening at 6.30 pm on the front page, is none other than a “spin-off” of Tomorrow belongs to us, supported in particular by Clément Rémiens, Vanessa Demouy, and Frédéric Diefenthal. Who thus leave Sète for Calvières and the world of gastronomy, but continue to embody Maxime Delcourt, Rose Latour, and Antoine Myriel.

Supervised by producers Sarah Farahmand and Vincent Meslet, as well as by collection director and screenwriter Eric Fuhrer, already at the helm of DNA, Here Everything Begins follows Maxime in a new stage in his life, as he joins the Auguste Institute Armand, one of the best cooking schools in France, where excellence, rigor and discipline are essential. In this unique arena, a sort of world-universe where learning, love stories, betrayals and family secrets will rub shoulders, TF1 viewers will be able to follow week after week the difficult, but also extremely inspiring, journey of a group of young people ready to do anything to become the future great starred chefs of French gastronomy. With a result quite different from Tomorrow belongs to us, even if the ingredients inherent in the soap are obviously there. But does the presence in the credits of several actors of TF1’s flagship daily soap opera mean that it is absolutely necessary to have followed Tomorrow belongs to us to understand everything at Here everything begins?

The simplest answer is “no”, since this new series, imagined as “a little sister”, develops its own universe and its own intrigues. But in case you are a little lost by discovering Here everything begins, here is what you need to know about the past of the characters played by Clément Rémiens, Vanessa Demouy, and Frédéric Diefenthal. And on how the spin-off was introduced in Tomorrow is up to us in recent weeks …

Here it all begins: do we have to watch tomorrow belongs to us to understand the series?

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Rose reunites with her father, the illustrious chef Auguste Armand

Present in Tomorrow belongs to us since 2018, Rose Latour, played by Vanessa Demouy, is a long-time friend of Chloé Delcourt (Ingrid Chauvin). Freed from a toxic and violent marriage with her torturer husband Raphaël (Bruno Madinier), whom she ended up killing, Rose found last year Antoine Myriel (Frédéric Diefenthal), a man with whom she had fallen madly in love and with whom she had had an affair during her affair with Raphael. After many adventures, the two ex-lovers decided to give themselves a new chance and their married life recently took an unexpected turn when Rose was surprised to see her father, the illustrious starred chef, Auguste Armand, land in Sète. (Francis Huster), with whom she had no contact for nearly 30 years. An absent and careerist father whom she held in part responsible for her mother’s suicide, and who suddenly decided to take a step towards her after learning that he suffered from serious heart problems and that he was doomed.

In order to reconnect with her, Auguste therefore offered Rose, a famous writer, to work with him on his memoirs and also offered him the post of director of his publishing house. With the added bonus of a job for Antoine as the new headmaster of his cooking school. It is therefore ready for a new life that Rose and Antoine left Sète (and Tomorrow belongs to us) last week to join the Auguste Armand Institute in Calvières. Where they will find a certain Maxime Delcourt.

Here it all begins: do we have to watch tomorrow belongs to us to understand the series?

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Maxime discovers a passion for cooking

His baccalaureate in his pocket since last year, Maxime, who is none other than the son of DNA’s flagship couple, Chloé (Ingrid Chauvin) and Alex Delcourt (Alexandre Brasseur), has long sought professionally speaking. He first decided to take a sabbatical year in order to embark on a sporting challenge. Then he joined forces with Bart (Hector Langevin), his best friend (and incidentally cousin), and set up with him last spring the Little Spoon, a sushi food truck. And it was through this new professional adventure that Maxime discovered a real passion for cooking and got to know Salomé (Aurélie Pons), a second year student at the Auguste Armand Institute who was doing a internship in Montepellier, not far from Sète. Salomé pushed her to surpass herself and to perfect her culinary technique, and Maxime obviously fell in love with her. So, to win her back (after a brief affair that ended abruptly) and realize her dream of one day becoming a great chef, Maxime decided to take the entrance exam to the institute.

A competition of which we will follow the steps during the first episodes of Here everything begins, broadcast tonight on TF1. The opportunity for viewers to find some characters recently introduced in Demain belongs to us, such as Enzo (Azize Diabate), Anaïs (Julie Sassoust), Noémie (Lucia Passaniti), and Clotilde Armand (Elsa Lunghini). But also to discover a gallery of new characters embodied by Agustin Galiana, Catherine Marchal, Bruno Putzulu, Nicolas Anselmo, Fabian Wolfrom, or even Rébecca Benhamour. Confirmed talents on one side, and young actors on the other, who will quickly become your new favorites.

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