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These filming secrets to know about Demain nous appartient
Aired on French television since 2017, Demain nous appartient is a little ray of sunshine for fans! From its casting to some private moments in between takes, here are some anecdotes and filming secrets to know about the series.
The same production company as Plus Belle la Vie
The link between Demain nous appartient and Plus Belle la Vie is much more subtle than one might think... Indeed, the two most popular soap operas in France are actually made by the same production company. This is the Telfrance group, which has also given life to other famous French series such as Candice Renoir or, of course, Ici tout commence.
A show aired in several countries
Did you know? The success of Demain nous appartient is not limited to France! Thanks to its popularity, the show has also been released in Belgium, Switzerland, Quebec and Italy under the name Tomorrow is Ours: Il domani è nostro.
It is the second French soap opera to pass the 1000 episodes milestone
Demain nous appartient has broken some records. In fact, it is the second French soap opera, after Plus Belle la Vie – a pioneer in this field, to pass the 1000 episode milestone. This symbolic achievement was reached on August 26, 2021. Still on air, the series now counts nearly 1210 episodes.
Véronique Genest should have starred in the serie
Popular figure of French television and especially of Julie Lescaut, the actress Véronique Genest almost got a role in Demain nous appartient. Although she was supposed to play the Mayor's wife, it was finally Ingrid Chauvin, a well-known figure of the show, who was offered the role.
The spin-off Ici tout commence was almost canceled
Thanks to its success, Demain nous appartient has been offered its own spin-off, Ici tout commence. But this show could very well have never seen the light of day because of the economic situation linked to the COVID-19 health crisis. “We almost canceled it," explained Ara Aprikian, in charge of contents at TF1, in a 2020 interview with Le Figaro. Ici tout commence was finally created, which made fans of Demain nous appartient very happy.
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