“Les Bracelets Rouge”, which attracted a large audience with its humanity and solidarity with young people facing disease, will continue its momentum on TVA next January.
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We have given the green light to film the second season of fiction produced by Encore Television in conjunction with Quebecore content.
In an interview with QMI Agency, the authors Michel Brouillette and Stéphanie Perreault did not hide their joy at putting up new maneuvers. They are working on the first four episodes of next season, which may bring back some characters.
“The unfinished dramatic curves will continue into the second season,” Stephanie Perrault said.
Among the returnees, Felix (Anthony Terrian), who is battling cancer again, and Albert (Malik Bobbin), a boy in a coma, describe the series. Characters who have been discharged from the hospital may also return to see their friends.
“Some will stay, new young people will come,” Michel Brouillette confirmed, adding that viewers will be adjusted to the end of this Tuesday’s episode.
“We know people are connected to the characters. We’re still shocked by the reaction of the people and we’re getting a lot of news that the series is going well,” said Stephanie Perrault.
Writers Michel Brouillette and Stéphanie Perreault are at the forefront of saluting the rising generation of talents as they respond to the series’s young actors – he plays a physiotherapist and a psychologist. “We’re lucky to play with them,” she slipped.
Filming for the second season is set to begin in July with Yan leading the England, who will return to service.
Numéris’ most recent confirmed figures for the week of February 14 to 20 show 1,218,000 viewers for “Les bracelet rouges”.
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