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Entertainment Léo Matteï: Jean-Luc Reichmann announces the arrival of a star from Tomorrow belongs to us in the next season (PHOTO)

22:30  12 october  2020
22:30  12 october  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Léo Matteï : Jean-Luc Reichmann annonce l'arrivée d'une star de Demain nous appartient dans la prochaine saison (PHOTO) © JEAN-PHILIPPE BALTEL / BIG BAND STORY / TF1 Léo Matteï: Jean-Luc Reichmann announces the he arrival of a star from Tomorrow belongs to us in the next season (PHOTO) Good news for Léo Matteï fans, the eighth season of the TF1 series offers itself a prestigious guest. This Monday, October 12, Jean-Luc Reichmann indeed announced the arrival of a star from the soap opera Tomorrow belongs to us in the cast.

At the end of August, Jean-Luc Reichmann confirmed the return of his series Léo Matteï, minors' brigade for an season 8 composed of six episodes. And for this new chapter, the police commander interpreted by the host offers weighty reinforcements since the fiction of TF1 is still full of guest stars. In these new episodes, which the shooting of which began recently , viewers will be able to discover another facet of Anthony Colette . After a first appearance in Research Section , the dancer who made the heyday of Dances with the stars for several years is trying again to comedy.

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But for this eighth season, Jean-Luc Reichmann has also recruited one of the stars of Tomorrow belongs to us , another flagship series of TF1. Léo Matteï will thus welcome Frédéric Diefenthal . The host of TF1 announced the good news this Monday, October 12 on his Instagram account by posing all smiles alongside the actor. "Great happiness and above all great pride for me to announce the arrival of Fréderic Diefenthal in our series" Léo Mattéi Brigade des Mineurs "Season 8!" wrote full of enthusiasm the conductor of the 12 strokes of midi .

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A guest star house

Frédéric Diefenthal invites himself in another fiction from TF1. The actor revealed by the Taxi saga by Luc Besson a joined the cast of Tomorrow belongs to us in July 2019 to play the role of Antoine Myriel, deputy headmaster of Paul-Valéry high school. And the fans of the daily soap opera of the one were able to discover the sensational arrival in Sète of this character hiding a terrible secret a few months later, in October. This foray into the world of TF1 seems to have convinced the actor who has therefore agreed to play in another house production.

This is not the first time that Léo Matteï is full of guest stars. Season 7 of the series was already rich in prestigious guests since Jean-Luc Reichmann gave the answer to the actress Florence Pernel, the singer Lenni-Kim or the actor Sagamore Stévenin. Once again, TF1 hits hard.

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