Plan B on TF1: what does the press think of the series with Julie de Bona, Bruno Debrandt, and Kim Higelin? – News Series on TV

Launched yesterday on TF1, “Plan B” sees Julie de Bona embodying a mother who goes back in time to prevent the suicide of her daughter. Has the press been seduced by this SF series with also Kim Higelin, Axel Auriant, and Tom Leeb?

What is it about ?

In Marseille, Florence, in her early forties, has a busy life between her ex-husband and her two children, her job as a radio host and her involvement in the cause of women. But her world falls apart when Lou, her 16-year-old daughter, commits suicide. This fighter did not know how to take the measure of the ill-being of her daughter. Lou is dead. And Florence won’t be able to change that. Unless … When Florence is put in contact with the Plan B agency, a company that allows you to travel through time, she may have a second chance …

Plan B, directed by Christophe Campos and written by Laura Piani and Hélène Bararuzunza from the eponymous Quebec series.

With Julie de Bona, Bruno Debrandt, Kim Higelin, Axel Auriant, Tom Leeb, Cécile Rebboah, Claire Borotra, Tom Rivoire, …

Every Monday at 9:05 p.m. on TF1 and available in full on Salto

What the press thinks …

According to TV Magazine:

“Plan B tackles without taboo the difficulty of being a parent and of wanting to save a being who goes adrift. Shock and overwhelming, the series takes a fantastic turn at the end of the first episode with a Julie de Bona dizzying with truth.” 4.5 / 5

According to Télé 7 jours:

“Oscillating between drama and SF, Plan B is a real success which offers a moving and singular score to Julie de Bona.” 4/5

According to La Voix du Nord:

“A few awkward pirouettes and a somewhat repetitive mechanism in the scenario do not detract from the emotional intensity carried by the subject. The reflection sets in, and that’s what you expect from this kind of series tackling a subject as well. distressing. We want to go to the end, which, in itself, is already a guarantee of quality. ” 3.5 / 5

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According to Télé Loisirs:

“TF1 offers a singular journey. We indeed follow the heroine back in time to avoid the worst: the suicide of her daughter. Viewers to accept this postulate, unfortunately sent in just a few minutes in the first episode. But once this reservation passed, the public should not regret their choice, as the story is so gripping and moving. ” 3.5 / 5

According to Télé Z:

“The series navigates between genres and takes a little time to settle. It can nevertheless rely on a beautiful interpretation of the main actors.” 3.5 / 5

According to Cable Sat TV:

“The starting point, fantastic, is audacious. However, it is unfortunately subcontracted, which removes all likelihood from the story and the characters while the actors are very good.” 2.5 / 5

According to Télérama:

“It is precisely the delicacy that is dramatically lacking in the first two episodes of the French version. It sinks in its tearful bias. Too much pain kills pain.” 1/5

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