MORE BEAUTIFUL LIFE. Emma finds her sister, Jean-Luc passes on his hardware store to his son and Thomas offers Barbara to set up their business … Here is what you need to know about episode 4197 of Plus belle la vie on Tuesday, January 19, 2021.
Summary of pblv episode 4197 of Tuesday, January 19, 2021
[Mis à jour le 18 janvier 2021 à 16h36] Emma recognized her sister Camille, in the photo that Kevin showed her. She then remembers the day she disappeared. Emma then goes to the police station, accompanied by Kevin. She explains to Patrick that the young girl may be her little sister who was kidnapped ten years ago, when she was 8 years old. Emma has had a DNA test and dreads the meeting because she is afraid it is not her. Once in front of her, Emma asks the young girl questions and her answers are not always correct, but she talks about specific details and Emma understands that it is indeed her sister.
During this time, Jean-Luc wants to leave the hotel because Mirta has chosen her son’s party. Yolande explains to him that in the family we almost always end up being reconciled and tells him to love his son as he is. Jean-Luc then agrees to bequeath his hardware store to Bastien. His son is stunned and accepts, but Jean-Luc has trouble letting go. Bastien thanks Mirta for her help and confesses to her that he thought his father would come back during the day. This is actually what he wanted to do, but Mirta stopped him by locking him in her room.
Regarding Thomas, he has been working for some time in a new bar, he enjoys his job and wonders if the fact of having lost the Mistral is not a bad for a good. Barbara then comes to visit her father who works at the Mistral and is happy to see him so happy. However, he misses work. Barbara then goes to see Thomas at his new job and he explains to her that she lacks the team spirit that there was at the Mistral. Thomas offers Barbara to speak about her to the boss to work there. The manager does not want to change and Thomas resigns. He then offers Barbara to set up their business together.
Summary of pblv episode 4196 of Monday, January 18, 2021
Léa announces to Jean-Paul that she has accepted the post of first assistant in exchange for her appointment as head of the municipal police, which will allow her to investigate Samia’s disappearance from the inside. Jean-Paul is touched but is afraid that this will put Lea in danger. He surprises his daughter for having booked a ski holiday for the weekend, but Lucie doesn’t want to. She misses her mother and says her father doesn’t do much to find her. Then, while Jean-Paul and Abdel are having a drink, the lawyer receives a call from one of the two young people who had been hit by the municipal police. The latter tells him that they have withdrawn their complaint and that they will leave the territory. The two friends think it is an attempt to intimidate and Jean-Paul is convinced that there is something to do with Samia’s disappearance. While Cisse summoned Boher in the hope that he would apologize for his words, the latter announces that he is resigning.
Meanwhile, Emma’s sister has a crisis in the market, she is taken to the police station. When Kevin arrives to question her, she is paralyzed. She doesn’t give her first name but says she saw her sister, Emma, at the market with a little one. Kevin promises him that he will find her. He then thinks that the young woman’s sister is his friend Emma and makes an appointment to warn her. He thinks it is crazy but shows him a photo anyway and Emma is speechless. At the hospital, Riva understands that Jean-Luc has narcolepsy attacks when he talks about his son, Bastien. The doctor explains to her that Mirta is no longer enough to treat her narcolepsy and that reconciling her son would be beneficial to her. Jean-Luc then wants to leave the hotel but Mirta refuses, she wishes to reconcile him with her son. She will then ask Bastien to bury the hatchet with his father so that he will be better. Mirta then comes to announce to Jean-Luc that Bastien agrees to return to work at the hardware store, but on the condition that he does not return. Jean-Luc does not admit his faults and does not accept this condition.
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Plus belle la vie is the daily soap opera of France 3, broadcast every evening from Monday to Friday at 8:20 p.m. The series, created in 2004, follows the daily life of the inhabitants of the Mistral, a fictitious district located in Marseille, between personal life, police and societal intrigues. For 16 years (and 16 seasons), Plus belle la vie has established itself as a provider of audiences and paved the way for other daily soap operas, such as Tomorrow belongs to us (TF1) and Un si grand soleil (France 2 ). In this article, find all the information about the daily series of France 3: the broadcast times, the current cast of the series, the intrigues developed, but also how to find spoilers and indiscretions, or watch Plus belle la life ahead.
Viewers eager to know the sequel to Plus belle la vie can discover the episodes in advance. Every morning, the episode broadcast the same evening is put online, on the official site of Plus belle la vie, but also on France TV. The next episodes are also available for rental on the MyCanal site, for 0.99 € per episode. It is also possible to buy them at a price of 1.49 €. The next three episodes are available for rental. The opportunity to discover the next events of the France 3 soap opera in advance!
The producers of Plus belle la vie try to keep viewers in suspense every night with serial twists in their characters. And they understood the interest of revealing certain scenes in advance. Short spoiler videos are thus offered, often several days before their broadcast, on the official website of the series. There are many extracts from Plus belle la vie en avant, in particular in the “Indiscretions” section (see here). Please note that the passages below contain important spoilers for the sequel to Plus belle la vie.
Fans of Plus belle la vie bade farewell to an emblematic character of the soap opera on January 8, 2021. Fabienne Carat had announced in the columns of Télé Star that she was going to leave the series of France 3. To justify her departure, the actress, who played Samia Nassri since 2005, evoked the desire to “grow up alone”: “I liked her very much, we contributed a lot, but today, I feel the need to grow up alone and leave, “she told the magazine. She notably joined the new season of Research Section in 2019 which will be broadcast in prime time on TF1 from January 28, 2021. The TelFrance group, production company of Plus belle la vie, had also reacted to the announcement of the departure of Fabienne Carat on Twitter: “Fabienne has decided to“ say goodbye to the character of Samia. ”The actress wishes to go towards new personal adventures and the production as well as the channel respect her choice and accompany her with their wishes for success . “
The departure of Fabienne Carat was justified by the departure of her character who says “to be at fault and to have decided to leave in the hope of fixing things” in a letter intended for her ex-husband, Jean-Paul. Samia therefore left for Algiers, without giving more details. In 2019, the interpreter of Samia had already told Télé Star that she hoped that her departure, if it were to take place, “would be smooth, for the fans”.
It is not always easy to be present in front of your television set every day at 8:20 p.m. to discover the new adventures of the inhabitants of the Mistral or even Tomorrow belongs to us on TF1. But don’t worry, France 3 has thought of everything: fans of Plus belle la vie can discover the episode online in the morning, which will be broadcast a few hours later, at 8:20 p.m. the same day. All you have to do is connect to the official website of Plus belle la vie or that of France Télévision. In addition, fans can catch up with the episodes replay on these two platforms. Note that the episodes remain available for 6 days on the site. In addition, episodes streaming is also available on smartphones, computers and tablets.
The general plot of Plus belle la vie is difficult to summarize as the series has evolved since its first season in 2004. Plus belle la vie follows the daily life of a group of characters linked by a common point, the Mistral, an imaginary district of Marseille in which they meet and tell each other. Two types of intrigues have crossed each evening for many seasons already: intrigues retracing everyday social and societal issues and police intrigues ranging from the search for a serial killer to the fight against the mafia or terrorism. Plus belle la vie has taken the habit of being inspired by current events with numerous references to real events or to miscellaneous facts over the episodes.
The actors and actresses of Plus belle la vie change with the seasons. However, very familiar faces continue to roam the Mistral. In the cast, we find in particular Laurent Kerusoré in the role of Thomas Marci, Stéphane Henon who plays Jean-Paul Boher or Anne Décis in the role of Luna Torres. Other well-known actors in the series include Rebecca Hampton (Céline Frémont), Alexandre Fabre (Charles Frémont), Sylvie Flepp (Mirta Torres), Fabienne Carat (Samia Nassri), Jérôme Bertin (Patrick Nebout), Marwan Berreni ( Abdel Fedala), Pauline Bresson (Emma) or Pierre Martot (Léo Castelli). Here is a non-exhaustive list of the main actors and actresses still on screen in Plus belle la vie:
- Marwan Berreni: Abdel Fedala
- Jérôme Bertin: Patrick Nebout
- Theo Bertrand: Kevin Belesta
- Pauline Bression : Emma Rimez
- Fabienne Carat: Samia Nassri
- Jean-Charles Chagachbanian: Franck Ruiz
- Michel Cordes: Roland Marci
- Anne Decis: Luna Torres
- Serge Dupire: Vincent Chaumette
- Alexandre Fabre: Charles Frémont
- Sylvie Flepp : Mirta Torres
- Léa François: Barbara Évenot
- Rebecca Hampton: Céline Frémont
- Stéphane Henon: Jean-Paul Boher
- Cecilia Hornus: Blanche Marci
- Laurent Kerusoré: Thomas Marci
- Léa Kerel: Thérèse Marci
- Joakim Latzko : Gabriel Riva
- Avy Marciano : Sacha Malkavian
- Pierre Martot: Leo Castelli
- Flavie Péan: Victoire Lissajoux
- Caroline Riou: Laetitia Belesta
- Myra Tyliann : Alison Valle
Plus belle la vie – on the TV program from Monday to Friday at 8:20 p.m. on France 3