“This is the way that I love you” in France

«C’est comme ça que je t’aime» en France

It is like that that I love you is exported to France. The series in quebec will be offered on Salto, a new platform for video-on-demand the result of the consolidation of France Télévisions, TF1 and M6.

It is a first foreign sale for that is how I love you, as you can see on HERE Tou.tv Extra. The comedy-drama is also the first exclusive series announced by Salto.

Attached to the phone, the producer of quebec It is like that that I love you, Joanne Forgues Productions Casablanca, speaks of a great pride. According to his words, the leaders of Salto loved the originality of the work, the tandem behind The invincible and Series black, the director, Jean-François Rivard and author François Létourneau.

“They liked the quirky side but general public. Because it is primarily a series of couples. Everyone can identify with.”

Cited by Variety, the director of the contents of Salto, Thomas Crosson, said that It is like that that I love you was exactly what Salto wants to embody, “an offer with content that is bold and original, a perfect blend of freedom and black humor”.

Happily Married

Bold, upbeat and downright funny, It is like that that I love you tells the surprising turn of Gaétan (François Létourneau), Huguette (Marilyn Castonguay), Serge (Patrice Robitaille), and Micheline (Karine Gonthier-Hyndman), two pairs of commuters in crisis at the heart of the 1970s, which sinks to become of the stars of the organized crime.

The leader of Salto have concluded this sale after having watched the series at the Berlin film Festival in February. It is like that that I love you has been a great success at the prestigious appointment.

“Of the eight series that he had, it was the most popular,” says Joanne Forgues. All performances have been sold out. It has even given the idea of creating a price to the public for the next year.”

It should be noted that, It is like that that I love you is sold under the title Happily Married” in English. Talks with Germany, the United States, English Canada and Australia are also underway, reveals Joanne Forgues.

The platform Salto will be online this fall. It is a joint initiative of the largest audiovisual groups French to compete with the american giants such as Netflix, Amazon Prime and Disney+.

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