Tomorrow is Ours

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Tomorrow is Ours
Also known asDemain nous appartient
GenreSoap opera
Police procedural
Created byFrédéric Chansel
Laure de Colbert
Nicolas Durand-Zouky
Éline Le Fur
Fabienne Lesieur
Jean-Marc Taba
Written byAurélie Belko
Frédéric Chansel
Laure De Colbert
Nicolas Durand-Zouky
Eline Le Fur
Marine Flores-Ruimi
Claire Kanny
Sylvie Rivière
Marie Du Roy
Carine Hazan
Marie Vinoy
Julie Albertine Simonney
Anaïse Wittmann
Anne-Elisabeth Le Gal
Fabienne Lesieur
Nicolas Chrétien
Monica Rattazzi
Jean-Marc Taba
Directed byBenoît d'Aubert
Pierre Leix-Cote
Denis Thybaud
StarringIngrid Chauvin
Lorie Pester
Charlotte Valandrey
Alexandre Brasseur
Samira Lachhab
Maud Baecker
Samy Gharbi
Clément Rémiens
Solène Hébert
Juliette Tresanini
Theme music composerFabien Nataf
Opening themeDemain by Lou Jean
Country of originFrance
Original language(s)French
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes425 (as of March 21, 2019)
Executive producer(s)Vincent Meslet
Sophie Ferrario
Sarah Farahmand
Producer(s)Guillaume de Menthon
Florence Levard
Production location(s)Sète, Hérault
CinematographyThierry Deschamp
Dominique Delapierre
Fabrice Moindrot
Running time26 minutes
Production company(s)Telfrance
Original networkTF1
Original releaseJuly 17, 2017 (2017-07-17) –
present (present)
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Tomorrow is Ours (French: Demain nous appartient) is a French television soap opera created by Frédéric Chansel, Laure de Colbert, Nicolas Durand-Zouky, Éline Le Fur, Fabienne Lesieur and Jean-Marc Taba. It was first broadcast on TF1 on July 17, 2017.[1]


The series follows the lives of several families and inhabitant of Sète, Hérault in France, at the edge of the sea and the Étang de Thau. Their lives are punctuated by intrigues combining police investigations, lies and family secrets, rivalries, betrayals, but also scenes of daily life, romantic relationships, social issues, etc...


Current cast[edit]

Former cast[edit]

  • Sylvie Filloux as Judith Delcourt-Bertrand (episodes 1-325)
  • Joffrey Platel as Bastien Laval (episodes 1-148)
  • Patrick Rocca as Léonard Vallorta (episodes 1-52, 102-113, 171-195)
  • Laure Killing as Elisabeth Vallorta (episodes 2-80, 167-175)
  • Loris Freeman as Édouard "Eddy" Vallorta (episodes 2-50, 179-189)
  • Sophie Michard as Béatrice Raynaud (episodes 3-8, 62-93, 178-243, 336-362)
  • Camille Genau as Sara Raynaud (episodes 4-15, 57-281, 341-362)
  • Joaquim Fossi as Dylan Moreno (episodes 8-334)
  • Valentin du Peuty as Lucas Lazzari-Moiret (episodes 28-123, 158-208, 244-383)
  • Boris Terral as Christophe Bourgueil (episodes 53-185, 231-308, 377 and 382)
  • Yannick Soulier as Joaquim Dulac (episodes 56-184)
  • Laurent Mouton as Guy Raynaud (episodes 84-92, 182-225)
  • Orféo Campanella as Baptiste Bellanger (episodes 91-170)
  • Dominique Guillo as Robin Bellanger (episodes 125-247, 278-301, 389 and 390)
  • Lisa Cipriani as Éva (episodes 175-304)
  • Catherine Allégret as Jeanne Bellanger (episodes 199-301)
  • Esther Valding as Garance Doucet (episodes 282-349)


  1. ^ "Demain nous appartient (TF1) : Durée diffusion, pub et websérie" (in French). April 11, 2017. Retrieved March 18, 2019.
  2. ^ "Demain nous appartient : "Le 400ème épisode sera suivi d'une grosse révélation", confie la productrice de la série [INTERVIEW]" (in French). February 14, 2019. Retrieved March 18, 2019.

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