In development in-house

Babel

Series 6×52′
Creators: Jean-Yves Arnaud and Yoann Legave
Broadcaster: France Televisions – Fiction Internationale

BABEL is an adventure series and a family drama. It tells of Blanche, an archeologist not in the least adventurous, who leaves for Iraq to track down the origins of the written word… and it is also the story about a young woman seeking the truth about her own origins.

For in her travels across ancient Mesopotamia, from Iraq to Syria, Blanche will unearth far more than archeological treasures. On the trail of this ancient language, she is following in the footsteps of her father who died thirty years before in this region… a quest that will reveal family secrets as well as awaken ghosts from the past. She is joined in her quest by crooked adventurer and a vengeful female Kurdish warrior.

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Carpe Diem

Episode 52′
Written by Jean-Yves Arnaud, Moïra Bérard and Nils Mathieu
Broadcaster: France Televisions – Slash

The end of the world finally comes. An asteroid is going to crash on the Earth in a few days. And Humanity sinks into anarchy. Akim, Julie and Kevin, three misfits teenagers, start a race against time in order to achieve their wildest dreams… But, unexpectedly, the asteroid avoids the Earth.

The next day, the world wakes up with an awful hangover. Because of a misunderstanding, our marginal teens find themselves awarded : they are the only ones to have remained honest during this pre-Armaggedon. Finally glorified, Akim, Julie and Kevin will do everything to keep their new status and make a deal: “Help each other and hide our crimes“. But that would only be worse…

A post-apocalyptic comedy… without apocalypse !!!

Voltaire, mixte

Series: 8 x 52′
Creator: Marie Roussin
Authors: Marie Roussin, Vladimir Haulet, Julie Simonney, Bertrand Marzec, Frédéric Faurt, Hélène Le Gal et Clémence Madeleine-Perdrillat
Coproducer: Autopilot Entertainment
Broadcaster: Amazon Prime Video

We are in 1963. In a few minutes, hordes of high school students will pass the great doors of the establishment. And for the first time, there will be among them… girls. The Voltaire High School, previously boys high school, is becoming the first Mixed High School of the department. Girls are few, but with teir arrival, it is the whole life of a school that is upset, both for the teachers and the pupils, as for boys and for girls. The high school evolves, the relations between men and women are transformed, morals change, and with them, this is the face of a new French societe that is taking shape.