The second season of Unlikely Stepmom will be broadcasted from June, 8th to June, 29th on OCS, two episodes each Thursday.
On March 22nd, the first four episodes of the second season of Unlikely Stepmom were screened at Séries Mania Festival in the presence of Agnès Hurstel, Cloé Bailly, Paul Madillo, Saül Benchetrit, Abraham Wapler, Marie Papillon, Pierre III, Michael Gentile and Lauraine Heftler.
The shooting of the second season of Unlikely Stepmom, directed by Agnès Hurstel and Cloé Bailly, ended on November 2nd.
The first séries of Julie Delpy is nominated at the International Emmy Awards in the comedy category. The gala will occur on November, 21st 2022 at New York. On the Verge is an original creation of Canal+ in association with Netflix and Ciné+ participation.
This second season is writen by Agnès Hurstel and Paul Madillo and directed by Agnès Hurstel and Cloé Bailly.
The first TV show of Julie Delpy is now available on Netflix France.
Agnès Hurstel and Paul Madillo are curently writing the second season of Unlikely Stepmom.
The show directed by Akim Isker with Louane, Soufiane Guerrab and Léon Durieux will broadcast from May, 16th on TF1.
The first two episodes of Akim Isker’s series will be screened at Cannes Séries Festival.
The series received the awards of the best original soundtrack and best show in French competition.
The Film TV’s first two series will be presented at the Series Mania Festival 2021.
Agnès Hurstel’s first TV series fully available on OCS starting Sept 2nd.
Fully shot in Los Angeles, this English speaking series paints a funny and impertinent portrait of American society.
This new French TV series will be embodied by Louane, Soufiane Guerrab, Jean-Luc Anglade or Anne Marivin.
The director Laïla Marrakchi is currently developing her first TV series for OCS : Casa Girls.
An urban tragedy based in Seine-Saint-Denis in 8 episodes of 52’.
Laïla Marrakchi’s series is part of the projects selected at the Series Mania copro pitching sessions.
Created by Roberto Prual-Reavis, this series of 5’ episodes revisits History through its grand themes and myths.
In 2018, Michael Gentile and Lauraine Heftler joined forces and formed The Film TV to produce films and television series for broadcast channels and new players of the broadcasting sector.
The Film TV follows the same editorial policy as Michael Gentile’s The Film, which has produced established writer-directors (Julie Delpy, Julien Rappeneau), international filmmakers (Elia Suleiman, Atiq Rahimi) and numerous first films (Nicolas Saada’s Spy(ies), Frédéric Beigbeder’s Love Lasts Three Years, Julien Rappeneau’s Rosalie Blum) over the last 15 years.
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