Disney has announced a new original French series, “Tout Va Bien” (Everything Is Well) for Disney+, which will star Virginie Efira, Nicole Garcia, Sara Giraudeau, Aliocha Schneider, Bernard Le Coq, Yannik Landrein, Eduardo Noriega, Mehdi Nebbou and many others.

“Tout va Bien” is produced by Maui Entertainment, Fédération Entertainment and co-produced by Camille de Castelnau (Petit Ermitage Production). The first two episodes will be directed by Eric Rochant

“Tout va Bien” immerses us in the daily life of an ordinary family, therefore inevitably neurotic and conflictual, but when confronted with a catastrophe – the serious illness of one of their children – this affects the life of each of its family members, in particular two generations of women.

This choral dramatic comedy with a fierce tone explores the question of the strength of ties, and also showing how the catastrophe forces everyone to reveal themselves, to think about what matters and deal with things that have been left unsaid and put aside grudges.

“Tout va Bien” is a drama in which we can discover Anne ( Nicole Garcia ), the matriarch of the Vasseur tribe, a successful author of personal development books confronted with a #metoo that affects her publisher and lover. Her husband Pascal ( Bernard Le Coq ) seeks his place with this woman. Claire ( Virginie Efira ), who is very involved and disturbed by her niece’s illness, must also forge ties with the daughter of her companion Antonio ( Eduardo Noriega ). Marion ( Sara Giraudeau ) tries to keep her family life afloat with Stéphane ( Yannik Landrein) and to bear the illness of his daughter Rose ( Angèle Miele ) by escaping into a relationship with Louis ( Mehdi Nebbou ). Or even Vincent ( Aliocha Schneider ), Claire and Marion’s brother, a steward who appears to be detached from everything but who is going to take the full force of the reality of life.

 

Camille de Castelnau said in a statement (translated):

“I want ‘Everything is fine’ to be a realistic and therefore often funny series. I know how much a child’s serious illness can frighten an increasingly demanding public, which we sometimes imagine doesn’t want to see “that”. But I want us to feel warm in this series, that there is a pleasure of fiction, because we share the lives of characters struck by one of humanity’s worst nightmares… but who continue to live, with “that”, in spite of “that”, or for “that”. With their personal stakes, their shameful little secrets, their less official but sometimes joyful disasters”

 

Across EMEA alone, Disney’s International Content and Operations team plan to create 60 local productions by 2024, continuing to work with outstanding creators and premium producers as part of the company’s commitment to source, develop and produce high-quality original productions from around the globe.

“Tout Va Bien” will be streaming on Disney+ in France in 2023 and will likely be released internationally on Disney+, similar to other shows like “Weekend Family” and “Oussekine”.





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