The actress who plays the character of Charlie in the TF1 soap opera Tomorrow belongs to us will star in a new series for the first channel.
It was this Monday, November 20 that the filming of a series derived from Camping Paradise will begin. The actress Clémence Lassalas, known for her interpretation of the character Charlie Molina in Tomorrow belongs to us on TF1 will play in the series Mr Parizot which will be filmed in Alsace.
“When his cycling companion dies in a road accident, Christian Parizot is convinced that it is murder! Supported by a young gendarme who will help him outside of any procedure, Parizot sets out to unmask the murderer in a castle which houses members of a family of the Alsatian nobility. In the middle of this gallery of colorful portraits, everyone tries to hide their secrets. Because everyone has a mobile. Each of them could be the murderer… Will amateur detective Christian Parizot be able to unmask his friend’s murderer before he claims a new victim?” announces the official synopsis.
TF1 ensures a series ‘breathtaking and funny‘ which will be filled in ‘emotion‘ and in ‘twists and turns‘. It is currently unknown what role the 28-year-old young woman will play in this new program.
In the casting, in addition to Clémence Lassalas, we can also obviously find Patrick Paroux (Camping Paradise), but also Diane Dassigny (Profiling), Charlie Joirkin (More beautiful life), Pierrick Tournier (Tandem, Murders in Carcasonne), as well as Firmine Richard (Host family, Deadly, Eight women, The First Star).
Nicolas Copin will be in charge of producing this two-episode series. Fans who love Camping Paradise will therefore not be disoriented since he has already directed several episodes of the series hosted by Laurent Ournac. The broadcast date of Mr Parizot is however not known.
Remember that in the daily TF1 soap opera Tomorrow belongs to usthe character of Charlie Molina played by Clémence Lassalas is experiencing some turmoil in her love affair with the French teacher named François since the latter’s ex-partner, namely Soizic Vernet, left her bags in Sète.
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