Pas d’Un si grand soleil this Tuesday June 18, 2024: the series still sacrificed by France 2, actors break the silence

Pas d’Un si grand soleil this Tuesday June 18, 2024: the series still sacrificed by France 2, actors break the silence
Pas d’Un si grand soleil this Tuesday June 18, 2024: the series still sacrificed by France 2, actors break the silence

In the wake of the European elections in which the National Rally emerged as the big winner, Emmanuel Macron made a radical decision. The President of the Republic has sealed the dissolution of the National Assembly.

An act which upset all the plans of the political class, but also of the television channels. They had to deal with the holding of early legislative elections on Sundays June 30 and July 7, 2024. France 2 had to resolve to carry out a new wave of deprogramming.

As was the case during the European election campaign, Such a big sun finds himself being the collateral victim. The series, shaken by strong tensions behind the scenes, will be canceled again on Tuesday June 18. Instead, La Deux will offer a special of The eventa show where Caroline Roux will receive Jordan Bardella, the president of the National Rally.

Aurore Delplace and Constantin Balsan in the serial deprogramming ofSuch a big sun

While the soap opera will be removed from the schedules of the public channel for two weeks from Friday June 21 due to the legislative elections, one of its leading actresses has broken the silence on these serial deprogrammings. This is’Aurore Delplacethe interpreter of Johanna Lemeur.

“When I see the fan mail, it really makes me feel sorry for them. It’s true that it must be boring, especially for the news. They want to be entertained more than watch the news. So it’s not great…”confided to Leisure TV the actress who went through difficult times with her husband Kevin Levy, actor in Tomorrow belongs to us on TF1.

Another actor also reacted to these serial deprogrammings to Such a big sun. “When people come to see us in the street, it is to talk about the series, but also about the fact that it is often unscheduled. Many of them point this out, and rightly so. We are asked to pass on the word. What we did, but it’s in the hands of production!”declared Constantin Balsan, interpreter of Yann Cross, in the series.

In order to catch up, France 2 will offer a special evening ofSuch a big sun Wednesday July 3. Seven new episodes of the series, where Chrystelle Labaude found herself in difficulty on set, will exceptionally be broadcast consecutively from 9:10 p.m.

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