A few hours before the grand finale of domestic animalits screenwriter, Simon Boulerice, opened up the future of the series.
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Without a doubt, the Chouchou series is one of the most popular fall novelties for Quebec audiences. And now, after several weeks following the illicit love affair between Chanelle (Evelyne Brochu) and Sandrick (Levi Dore), the conspiracy will come to an end this Wednesday, November 2nd.
This morning, with a view to the eighth and final episode to be broadcast tonight, Simon Boulerice wrote a few lines on his social networks.
He thanks his team as well as the viewers, many of whom have written to him about the show. In the same breath, he took the opportunity to answer the burning question on everyone’s lips and which came up very often, namely whether a second season was in the pipeline.
Unfortunately for die-hard fans who were hoping to catch a glimpse of what’s next for Chanelle and Sansdrick, it will be the end for Chouchou.
Here’s what Simon Boulerice had to say about it:
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“The 8th and final installment in the Chouchou series is presented tonight at @noovo. Thank you for the countless messages received. This dynamic makes me feel more solid as a screenwriter. However, there will be no Season 2; it would be – for me – to prolong this encounter and this common drama unnecessarily. I use that word to salute the talent of these generous and talented actors, underline the enthusiasm and rigor of Noovo/Bell, and embrace the @Passezgo team, including Patrick Martin, Vicky Bounadère, and the superb directors Marie- Claude Blouin and Félix Tétreault, without whom this story would not have been of this magnitude. I would like to do more projects with you. PS: The whole series is on Crave but not on Noovo.”
Until then, the last episode can be seen this Wednesday at 8 p.m. on Noovo.
Otherwise, all episodes are available to catch up on Crave.
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