It is on January 26 that Clément Remiens will definitively leave the role of Maxime Delcourt in the soap opera “Here everything begins”, on TF1.
According to the synopsis unveiled by the first channel, his character will undertake “a new beginning” after having “made his choice” the day before. Viewers will, however, be able to find the 24-year-old actor a few days later, from January 28, in unpublished episodes of Tomorrow belongs to us, a soap opera broadcast after Here everything begins, where Maxime Delcourt will be at the heart of a final plot alongside his fictional parents – Ingrid Chauvin and Alexandre Brasseur – before, again, to bow out.
It was last November, in the columns of the newspaper The voice of the North, that Clément Remiens had revealed his intention to end his character. “After four years of working with the character of Maxime, I decided to stop,” he explained.
“I’m very happy with everything that happened but it’s the rush all the time, we keep working … and I need to see something else. It is not weariness. It’s just that I had a goal, a desire, when I arrived on Here everything begins, it was to build loyalty, to be able to say to myself ‘It’s good, every night it works’. Today is the case, and for me, it is the time of rest. I’ve been working for four years, I’ve done a lot of things, I’m very proud of it, but it’s time for a change of life, ”he continued.
Will Clément Remiens one day return to the credits of the TF1 soap operas? For the moment, the actor is determined to embark on new projects. Production company Newen, which produces both series, has said the door will always be open to a possible return of her character. Little hope for the fans.