Marwan Berreni (Abdel), Sylvie Flepp (Mirta), Léa François (Barbara) or Laurent Kérusoré (Thomas) will resume their place at the Mistral.
Less than a year after its cancellation and the end of the broadcast on France 3 after 18 seasons, More beautiful life rises from its ashes! TF1 today confirms its intention to relaunch the cult soap opera, the last episode of which aired on November 18.
When will come back More beautiful life ?
The TF1 press release announces that the series will soon be seen on “the TF1 antenna and its MyTF1 streaming platform“. Newen Studios is talking about a launch in early 2024. The daily broadcast will be enriched with an event device on digital and social networks.
The writing of the series will begin this summer and the filming will begin from mid-October. “A team of screenwriters is mobilized to take up the challenge by integrating all the ingredients that have made it a success: anchoring in society through the life of a Marseille district, romantic stories, echoing current events”, the statement said. Filming will take place in Marseille in the emblematic Belle de Mai studios, as well as in the Marseille region.
Which actors will be returning to the cast of the new More beautiful life ?
We already know that several emblematic faces of the Mistral will make their return. Marwan Berreni (Abdel Fedala), Sylvie Flepp (Mirta Torrès), Léa François (Barbara Evenot), Stéphane Hénon (Jean-Paul Boher), Cécilia Hornus (Blanche Marci) or Laurent Kérusoré (Thomas Marci) have been confirmed. Others could join them.
New faces are also planned, because TF1 sees the series as “a giant training workshop, accelerating the emergence of many talents and especially authors, like Tomorrow belongs to us and Here it all begins.
“More beautiful life is a fantastic brand, which fits perfectly into the TF1 Group’s editorial and digital acceleration strategy. We are very pleased to bring to life a new version of this pioneering soap opera in many ways, drawing on Newen’s unparalleled know-how in everyday fiction. We are committed to meeting the expectations of fans who have been asking for the return of their favorite soap opera for several months, and to welcoming a new audience around new intrigues.“, concludes Ara Aprikian, Deputy Managing Director of content for the TF1 Group.