While the past of Rose (Vanessa Demouy) will soon be addressed in Tomorrow belongs to us through the introduction of her father, played by Francis Huster, and her sister, played by Elsa Lunghini, another recurring character in the successful daily soap opera TF1 will soon be entitled to a visit from one of his family members.
Mentioned several times, the mother of Georges (Mayel Elhajaoui) will indeed land by the end of the year in the life of her son. And as revealed by our colleagues from Leisure TV, Ms. Caron will be played by actress Catherine Benguigui, well known to fans of the cult Canal + H series, in which she lent her features to Beatrice during the first two seasons, from 1998 to 2000, alongside Jamel Debbouze , Eric Judor, Ramzy Bedia, Sophie Mounicot, and Jean-Luc Bideau. Also seen in Plus belle la vie, Camera Café, Minuit à Paris, or more recently in the TV movie Too Young for Me, broadcast at the end of August on TF1, Catherine Benguigui joined the film sets of Tomorrow belongs to us in Sète a few years ago. days and his arrival in the soap led by Ingrid Chauvin and Alexandre Brasseur suggests that Georges will be entitled in the weeks to come to a great family intrigue. A plot that should also coincide with the return to the air of Victoire (Solène Hébert), his girlfriend, who will therefore have the opportunity to meet her stepmother for the first time. For the best or for the worst ? The future will tell. But we can already feel welcome comedy scenes within the roommate!
In this new school year 2020, Tomorrow belongs to us is more than ever giving pride of place to new faces. In addition to the arrival this week of several characters from the future spin-off Here everything begins, interpreted among others by Azize Diabate, Francis Huster, Benjamin Baroche, or Aurélie Pons, the daily TF1 soap opera has indeed recently welcomed a new family , composed of Sacha (Renaud Roussel) and his children Solenne (Artemisia Toussaint) and Ben (Antoine Cohaut). But also a new English teacher, Alma Guérin (Camille de Pazzis), who quickly fell in love with Samuel, and Vadim Vigier, a mysterious character played by Jean Dell (Clem) who is linked to the current main plot centered in particular on the death of Jacques Bertrand. Characters who come to swell the ranks of the great family Tomorrow belongs to us and who, for the most part, will have to stay well beyond a narrative arch.