The French series of Ten Percent will pay for a remake Atlantic
It didn’t take long for the French series of Ten percent with Camille Cottin, Thibault de Montalembert, Grégory Montel and Liliane Rovère is exported to the other side of the ocean.
We know the project of this remake quebecois for about a year. Invisible and therefore reproduces the same idea that Ten percent, by the coming of the guests and placing them in their own role. And as ASK for the original series, the plot takes place within an artistic agency (in Montreal this time), with its agents, their assistants and the stars that parade in their offices.
At the bend of the trailer we meet the four officers Jean-Frédéric (Bruno Marcil), Alexandra (Karine Gonthier-Hyndman), Gabriel (Benoit Mauffette) and Arlette (Danièle Lorain) which include the respective roles of Mathias, Andrea, Gabriel and Arlette (should be not too change the names anyway). But also, their three assistants and guests québécois as the actor Marc-André Grondin (The Hungry).
Let’s remember that this is not the only project of a remake to have been considered. In fact, Fanny Herrero (author of Ten per cent) had specified in the past at micro Allociné that there were talks with the United States. But waiting to see the bloom of other remakes, The invisible is currently aired on the channel canadian VAT and a trailer has been shared.
Our review of the season 3 of Ten percent is available here.