Audrey Fleurot (Morgue) talks about this big change for Bruno Sanches (Gilles) in the episode broadcast this Thursday, May 30

Audrey Fleurot (Morgue) talks about this big change for Bruno Sanches (Gilles) in the episode broadcast this Thursday, May 30
Audrey Fleurot (Morgue) talks about this big change for Bruno Sanches (Gilles) in the episode broadcast this Thursday, May 30

This Thursday, May 30, TF1 is broadcasting the third new episode of season 4 of HPI. In this plot, Morgane (Audrey Fleurot), Karadec (Mehdi Nebbou), and Gilles (Bruno Sanches) find themselves in different eras, illustrating Morgane’s imagination for the purposes of an investigation.

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HPI returns this Thursday, May 30 at 9:10 p.m. for a new episode of its new season 4 on TF1. The police comedy, led by Audrey Fleurot (Morgue) and Mehdi Nebbou (Karadec), had a very good launch for the first episode of this new season: 7.7 million viewers for an audience share of 39.5%. . This audience share even reached 52% among women responsible for purchases under 50 (FRDA-50), a preferred target for advertisers. Delayed (seven days later, including the replay), the audience accumulated an additional 2 million, for a total of 9.7 million viewers.

HPI : what awaits you in the episode of this Thursday, May 30, 2024

In HPI This evening, while Théa (Cypriane Gardin) and Eliott push their mother to contact the other potential fathers of her baby, Morgane finds herself investigating the death of Antoine Broussin, author of detective novels. He was found murdered in a secret room of his house. Morgane is also surprised to come face to face with Marie Besnard, one of her former cellmates during her time in prison. From mystery to mystery, Morgane’s abundant imagination will plunge her, with her acolytes, into different eras.

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HPI : this big change for Bruno Sanches (Gilles)

One of the specificities of this episode of HPI is therefore the journey between different eras. “We were super excited because we felt like we were making a film within a film. Succeeding in doing three different periods in the allotted time of a series is quite complicated and requires real organization. But it’s great to be able to afford this luxury“, has explained Audrey Fleurot at TF1. And this episode involved a big change for one of the actors. “To become my maid for example, Bruno Sanches goes from 6 minutes of makeup and hair… to 2 hours!“, revealed the actress. A change certainly for Bruno Sanches in police comedies, but he was very familiar with the hours of makeup at the time when he played a certain Liliane in the Canal+ film Catherine and Lilianealongside Alex Lutz.

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