In cinema and television, there are more and more productions that approach the family theme from a more modern perspective and aware that not all of them follow the same pattern. Regarding the growth of these stories, it reaches the catalog of Disney+ a French series titled Family weekend (WeekendFamily). “3 daughters, 3 ex-partners, 1 new girlfriend”, is how this family story is described, which promises to leave more than one important message for the general audience.
A somewhat complicated family, but consolidated based on love
comedy follows a very chaotic family that basically comes together thanks to Fred, a man who has three daughters, of different ages, with three different women. Every weekend, he becomes the funniest dad ever, because he has custody of Clara, Victoire, and Romy. They differ from one another in their personalities, but they never fail to embarrass his father or make life a little more difficult for him.
In spite of everything, the three mothers of the girls always find a way to be present as if they were part of the same family group, and another essential member is also Stan, the protagonist’s best friend. Everything is going as normal until he falls in love again and is thinking of moving in with his girlfriend, Emmanuelle, a Canadian émigré who has no experience raising children and is in the process of obtaining a doctorate in psychology. childish.
Thanks to the support of Fred and her best friend, Cora, she will be able to put aside the theory of the books to adapt to her new role as stepmother of this crazy family that gets together every weekend. The task will be difficult, but not impossible when she begins to meet Fred’s daughters and cements her romance with him.
Family weekend is starring Eric Judor, Daphné Côté Hallé, Liona Bordonaro, Midie Dreyfus, Roxane Barrazuol, Annelise Hesme, Jeanne Bournaud, Annabel Lopez, Hafid F. Benamar Y Sephora Pondy. The original title for Disney+ is an original creation by Baptiste Filleul, and is written by Géraldine de Margerie and Nour Ben Salem. The eight-episode season is directed by Pierre-François Martin-Laval and Sophie Reine.
All the episodes of the fiction premiered in March of this year in the United States and other European countries, but recently can be seen in Disney+ of Latin America since last May 25.