Friday April 2 in “Plus belle la vie”, Boher will finally arrive at the end of his investigation and find out what happened to his ex-partner, missing for many months.
On April 2, fans of Plus Belle la vie will finally be fixed on the fate of Samia, missing since the announcement of the departure of her interpreter in October 2020. After fifteen years of good and loyal service in the Marseille soap opera, Fabienne Carat had expressed his wish to leave the series in order to renew himself, and explore other roles.
Desperate, Boher (Stéphane Hénon) traveled to Algiers to find his trail. With the help of Abel and Samia’s father, he led a perilous investigation that led him to discover the involvement of two Marseille municipal police officers linked to Samia’s disappearance.
But once there, Boher will discover that Barrault, the city’s far-right municipal council, tried to silence Samia, who had discovered that he had Algerian origins. With the help of her brother Malik, she found Barrault’s biological grandfather in a small village near Algiers.
A discovery that cost Samia dearly. In an unpublished excerpt from the series posted on the France TV site, we discover a collapsed Boher revealing to Samia’s father that his daughter and her brother Malik died in a car accident, after having found the latter’s car. charred in a ravine with two bodies inside.
If Fabienne Carat had declared that she was not satisfied with the fate of her character, fans must therefore resign themselves to this dire fate chosen by the writers of Plus Belle la vie pour Samia. A revelation reinforced by several extracts from the series showing a glimpse of his funeral, with his ex-companion and his daughter Lucie devastated when bidding him farewell.
Thus, the daily chose not to leave an open end for Samia, while she had accustomed us to seeing certain missing characters reappear thanks to plot twists (more or less) subtle, like the character of Victoire played by Flavie Péan.