Here it all begins: will one of the heroes die during the prom? to…

Tonight in “Here it all begins”, the prom of the institute will turn into drama when the ceiling of the room will start to collapse on the students and teachers. Will a central character in the series die in this disaster?

Here it all begins: will one of the heroes die during the prom? To...
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Warning, this article contains spoilers on the next two episodes of Here it all begins. If you don’t want to know anything, don’t read on!

Prepared for several weeks now by Jasmine (Zoï Severin) and Salome (Aurelie Pons), the first ball of the Auguste Armand institute will finally take place this evening in Here it all starts. But the evening will quickly turn to drama and all students will find themselves in danger during two exceptional episodes which should not fail to create the event.

After the explosion that destroyed part of the school and nearly cost Maxime the use of his hands (Clement Remiens) last year, the heroes of Here it all begins will indeed have to face a new major disaster when the ceiling of the ballroom will gradually begin to split and collapse.

While the ball is in full swing, a bolt from the ceiling unscrews and the disco ball unhooks and comes crashing down on the dance floor. Salome and Axel (Thomas DaCosta) manage to narrowly avoid it, but then it is the turn of the metal structure which is hung on the ceiling to collapse.

The students and the teachers try by all means to get out, but the door handle is broken. And so they all find themselves stuck inside the ballroom as the ceiling threatens to collapse at any moment.

In a panic, Anaïs (Julie Sassoust) is jostled by her comrades who fear the worst and ends up falling to the ground, unconscious and visibly hit in the head. While other injuries may well be to be deplored.

Fans of Here it all begins will they have to say goodbye to one of their favorite characters? And what will really be the extent of this disaster which will continue in the episode broadcast tomorrow evening on TF1?

Kelly, Claire and Greg among the injured

In Thursday’s episode, already available for preview on Salto, the situation will get even worse for the heroes of the hit daily soap opera.

While trying to break down the ballroom door, Greg (Mikael Mittelstadt) has a dislocated shoulder. While Eliott, Hortense, and Lisandro, alerted by the cries of their friends, call the emergency services and await the arrival of the firefighters, Axel and Salomé do their best to make their way to the emergency exit, in front of which a whole heap of equipment and chairs have been stored.

But while Constantius (Sabine Perraud) calls Emmanuel (Benjamin Baroch) to make him aware of the drama that is being played out at the ball, the ceiling of the room ends up giving way. The room is now filled with rubble, while dust obstructs everyone’s view.

Axel and Salomé keep a cool head and manage to get all the guests out of the room. But the Teyssiers realize that Charlène (Pola Petrenko) is still inside and is among the injured. While Laetitia and Lionel discover that Kelly (Axelle Dodier) is stuck under a metal structure that presses on her leg and causes her extreme pain.

Louis (Fabian Wolfrom), meanwhile, has no news from Claire (Catherine Marchal) and ends up discovering a hand in the middle of the rubble. Is Chef Guinot dead?

To find out, you will have to watch the sequel to Here it all begins on TF1 and on Salto. But while life will eventually resume its course at the Auguste Armand Institute, big surprises are still to be expected. Indeed, one of the injured will find himself plunged into a coma while another character will be entitled to a shock announcement at the hospital.

Finally, Louis will get it into his head to designate a culprit for this disaster, and his anger could well hit his ex-wife, Salome…

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