Classifying the series is always complicated, we know something about it because we spend our time doing it. We can always talk about the funniest series, the saddest series, or even the best beginnings of series, but that will always remain quite subjective. So today, let’s take a hyper-objective criterion of quite relative interest: the series with the greatest number of episodes. After all, it’s supposed to be a guarantee of quality, isn’t it? If there are plenty of episodes, the series is good, right? Answer: it is not. It’s quite the opposite, even.
1. More Beautiful Life (4667 episodes)
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Certainly, PBLV has a lot of merit: it has lasted over time, it has conquered a simply enormous audience, and it is the first French series to have adopted such a sustained production model. Afterwards, if we put aside its addictive aspect based on cliffhangers not phew, we must admit that there is not much left to save on the qualitative level. Still, when we found out that our favorite guilty pleasure was coming to an end this year, it did a little something for us. For the trouble we share with you the secrets of Plus Belle La Vie.
2. Household scenes (more than 3316 episodes)
The short program based on 3-minute episodes featuring couples who take each other’s heads was refreshing at first, to become really redundant today. The couples from the beginning have almost all been replaced, the valves all look alike, and we don’t know a single person who is still watching. Except our parents.
3. Our Dear Neighbors (more than 1700 episodes)
The direct competitor of Scenes of households features neighbors who also tend to butt heads every two minutes. This series is hell, it’s interstellar malaise, but it’s still a big success since it’s been going on for 10 years.
4. Tomorrow belongs to us (+ than 1320 episodes)
The TF1 series is not even 6 years old and it is already very high in this ranking. It must be said that she stole all the codes of More beautiful life to make people addicted to the incredible stories of these inhabitants of Sète. Characters who have a shitty life and who have trouble every 3 days. We would not like to be in their place.
5. The Mysteries of Love (more than 761 episodes)
The series being a modern derivative ofHelen and the boys, she takes some of the old actors of the 90s and brings out the same infamous mush as at the time. Honestly, there’s nothing more to say, except possibly begging the viewers of this program to immediately stop watching them in order to start a healthier activity such as reading or taking drugs.
6. Camera Café (700 episodes)
Cafe Camera, it was a precursor: a short program with a fixed set, lots of guests, and roll my chicken. Good after, from there to say that it was good… it would be like saying that pasta with butter is good what. It happens when you’re a student, then you quickly get tired of it.
7. Goodnight Little Ones (568 episodes)
The biggest mystery around this series is that it didn’t shock anyone to see two big perverts going to throw sand on kids in their room. We never understood the principle.
8. Here Everything Begins (over 538 episodes)
If a series not phew like Helen and the boys can have its spin-off, then tomorrow belongs to us can too. Here it all starts is the proof. The series revolves around Maxime Delcourt, the son of Ingrid Chauvin in the original series, who is studying cooking in a large restaurant. Soon we may have a new spin-off about his neighbor’s aunt who opens a ceramic pot shop, who knows. We know where Here it all startsbut we don’t know when it ends.
9. The Magic Roundabout (500 episodes)
The stop-motion animation series for kids with the dog Pollux and the gentleman in the spring in the uc’ named Zébulon has long remained a reference to television, but we no longer know a single person who watches it for fun. . If you are one of those people, we are waiting for your testimony to find out what is wrong with your life.
10. First Kisses (518 episodes)
We talked aboutHelen and the boysbut we didn’t even mention his parent, First Kissesitself from Hello Muscles. Next to this whole saga, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is super easy to understand.
11. The Little History of France (more than 482 episodes)
Imagine a copy of Kaamelott but without the good actors of Kaamelott and, above all, without the well-written texts of Kaamelott. Here you have The Little History of Francean infamous mush that, at least, is not likely to end up with admirers as fanatical as Kaamelott (that’s not bad).
12. Under the Sun (480 episodes)
Before More beautiful lifebetween 1996 and 2008, Under the sun was THE series that everyone watched. It was the story of Laure, Caroline and Jessica, who did so many interesting things that we have already forgotten everything. Still, it was something.
13. Kaamelott (458 episodes)
Come on, here we are talking about Kaamelott. But as you all already know what it’s about, let’s remember that the thing was written, shot, edited and broadcast in a very short period of time, since the 6 seasons were broadcast between 2005 and 2009. For a series of this quality, it’s tough. And don’t forget… LE GRA SÉ LA VI MDRRRRRR