While “Plan B” will be broadcast on Monday, May 17 on TF1, the entire fantastic series worn by Julie de Bona is already available in preview on Salto as of today.
On Monday, May 17, TF1 will launch on its Plan B antenna, an ambitious science-fiction series carried by Julie de Bona (The killer of the lake, Bazar de la Charité), Axel Auriant (SKAM France), Bruno Debrandt (Engrenages ) and Tom Leeb (Unfaithful).
Composed of 6 episodes, this series created by Jean-François Asselin and Jacques Drolet follows Florence, a mother who will see her world crumble when her 16-year-old daughter, Lou, 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 …
Adapted from a Quebec fiction, Plan B could very well succeed in creating the event thanks to its original pitch, especially for a series signed TF1, the channel having us little accustomed to science fiction, as well as for its cast made up of well-known names on the channel, which should rouse viewers.
It must be said that in terms of audience, TF1 has been doing very well with its original creations since the start of the year. In January, The promise with Sofia Essaïdi, Olivier Marchal and Lorànt Deutsch had attracted more than 8 million viewers, a feat repeated last month with The replacement, pilot of a future series with JoeyStarr.
Let’s not even talk about HPI, the new fiction with Audrey Fleurot, launched last Thursday on the channel, which gathered more than 9.8 million curious, the best series launch since 2006.
Long-awaited, Plan B has been available since today in preview on Salto, the streaming platform made in France born from the alliance between TF1, France televisions and M6. You can now discover the six episodes that make up the series two weeks before the broadcast on the front page.
Like season 11 of Clem, and the two new features The School of Life and HPI, Plan B therefore joins the long list of French fictions available on Salto before their airing. Previews that are one of the strengths of the platform.
If you don’t have the patience to wait for the release of Plan B, a series that promises to be very surprising, go now on Salto. For the others, it will be necessary to wait for Monday, May 17 at 9:05 p.m. to discover the first 2 episodes of the series.