Christmas Flow on Netflix: what is this Christmas series made in France?

As the holidays approach, it is high time for Christmas programs to return to our screens. Discover “Christmas Flow” below, a romantic series anchored in this magical period available on Netflix.

Christmas Flow : What is it about ?

The plot of Christmas Flow revolves, as its title suggests, around music and in particular a young rapper, Marcus. If the latter is very successful in France, it does not take long to have face a big bad buzz against a background of sexist remarks. In order to reconnect with the public, he must then change his image completely : the rapper thus starts – reluctantly – to Christmas carols.
But when he meets Lila, a journalist particularly involved in women’s rights, Marcus falls under her spell despite their diametrically opposed personalities. Then, will the magic of Christmas give their love story a boost ?

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Christmas Flow ©Netflix

To get to the bottom of it, you will have to dive into the first season of this new series feel-good French! When writing Christmas Flow, we find Henri Debeurme (Noah), Victor Rodenbach (Ten percent) and Marianne Levy (Ali G). Nadège Loiseau (The Little Tenant) oversees the implementation of the program.

Christmas Flow : with who ?

In the main roles of show, rapper Tayc and actress Shirine Boutella. If you can currently find the first one on the show Dance with the stars alongside Fauve Hautot, his on-screen partner recently appeared in the second part of the series Lupin, worn by Omar Sy. Note thatthis is the young man’s first acting experience !

Christmas Flow
Christmas Flow ©Netflix

To support the two flagship actors of the series, we find well-known faces of the small screen. Camille Lou (I promise you), Aloïse Sauvage (Stalk), Marion Seclin (Clem)The Legends OfficeWalid Ben Mabrouk (Everyone for everyone) and Estelle Meyer (Rag boy) will also be there!

Where and when to watch the series?

You can let yourself be carried away by the magic of love – and of Christmas! – from the first season of Christmas Flow, available from November 19 on Netflix.

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