While the police are struggling to understand what really happened on the evening of the fire in “Tomorrow belongs to us”, Gabriel, Sara, and Roxane will find themselves in the crosshairs of Romain and Léa’s murderer in the next episodes.
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Who killed Léa Courcelles in Tomorrow belongs to us? And what really happened the night of the fire? These are the questions that are currently tormenting fans and a good part of the characters in TF1’s daily soap opera.
And if we will have to be patient before discovering the end of this story, the next episodes of Tomorrow belongs to us promise to potentially make new victims among the heroes of the series. And especially among the famous “club of five” at the heart of this new polar intrigue entitled “Murder Party”.
After suspecting Gabriel (Martin Mille) of being potentially responsible for the aggression of Chloé (Ingrid Chauvin), the police will be interested Friday in Charlie (Clémence Lassalas), whose phone was bound near the school the evening of the facts .
Placed in police custody because of latex gloves with corn starch powder identical to that noted on Chloé’s clothes which will be found at the Moreno’s, the young woman will deny being linked to this affair, while refusing to give her alibi to the police since she was in reality with François (Emmanuel Moire) the evening of the attack on the headmistress.
Realizing that Charlie is taking a big risk, François will, according to Newsactual, end up telling the whole truth to Karim (Samy Gharbi) in order to clear the student, with whom he seems very much in love. And while a new suspect may soon emerge within the group responsible for the clandestine party that led to the fire at Agnès Varda high school in 2019, Gabriel, Sara, and Roxane will find themselves in the crosshairs of the murderer of Léa Courcelles, who may well not be on her first misdeed.
In the episode of Tomorrow belongs to us which will be broadcast this Friday April 1 on TF1, Roxane (Raphaele Volkoff) and Sara (Camille Genau) will indeed see a break-in at their home and discover a threatening letter on the table in their apartment. , accompanied by two pistol bullets.
This letter, which also targets their fellow cops, summons them to stop snooping, assuring that things will end badly if they strive to shed light on the events of 2019 and on the murders of Romain and Alyzée Melville (the real name of Léa Courcelles).
In addition to terrorizing Roxane, this new development will thus push the police and the prosecutor Perraud (Xavier Deluc) to understand that this break-in, the aggression of Chloé, and the murders of the Melvilles are in fact the work of one and only same person. But who ? And for what reason ?
One thing is certain: the assassin of Romain and Alyzée seems determined not to stop there. Indeed, Monday in Tomorrow belongs to us, it will then be Gabriel’s turn to be targeted. After leaving Garance (Esther Valding), with whom he was at the Spoon, Morgane’s son is going to be attacked in front of the door of his building.
An individual dressed in black and wearing latex gloves will grab him from behind and put him to sleep with chloroform before tying him up and placing him in the trunk of a car. Victim of a kidnapping, will Gabriel come out alive from the next episodes? And above all, what does he know about this famous evening of October 2019? Answer soon on TF1 and on Salto.