In addition to regular filming for the big screen, Sète is currently hosting two police series filmed by TF1 and France 2: "Candice Renoir" and "Demain nous appartient".
TOMORROW BELONGS TO US
Attempted murder, a game of intimidation with teenagers, a pollution scandal... nothing will stop Captain Karim Saeed and his lieutenant Lucie from solving these police cases. Welcome to the new TV show "Demain nous appartient". As of February 2017, the former bottling site of the Skalli wine company has been transformed into a film studio of more than 7,000 m2 and the premises at 6 Quai Aspirant Herber into "Le Spoon" café, today the official shop of the series. With an episode broadcast every evening, from Monday to Friday, the series was quickly adopted. You will find its natural settings while walking along the canals, near the school, at the beach...
CINE TOUR: TOMORROW BELONGS TO US
Go to the other side of your small screen by following the interactive visit: Cinétour Demain nous appartient. Back in pictures on the exceptional visit of the studios of the series Demain nous appartient with RTS La radio du Sud :
The Spoon, located at 6 quai Aspirant Herber, the former flagship set of the series, has become the place to go for merchandise from "Demain nous appartient". In addition to the sale of merchandise (mugs, T-shirts, etc.), the shop offers visitors the opportunity to immerse themselves in the world of "Demain nous appartient", to have access to good deals for their stay in Sète and the region. Find all the information about the Spoon here.
To think that the most famous mother cop of the PAF almost put down her suitcases near La Rochelle! Fortunately, the natural scenery and the sunny days have played in favour of Sète. Since 2012, the former site of the primary health insurance fund, quai Vauban, has been transformed into the station of Candice Renoir. From May to February, you have to see these big production trucks unloading their camera stands and film crews through the streets of the city. A few casting announcements for extras in the local press, and the episodes follow each other at a rate of 4 episodes in 2 months, i.e. 8 episodes of 52 minutes per season.
Six seasons later, the craze for this slightly crazy police commander has not waned. More than 38 countries now follow this police series and more than 5 million viewers eagerly await her new investigations.