The series that decomplexes disability will have a sequel.
Critical and public success,
Toulouse Lautrec high school “will be entitled to a sequel, reveal our colleagues from Télé-Loisirs. The French channel has officially ordered a second batch of episodes from the series, which should begin filming next spring, as our compatriot Stéphane de Groodt has announced.
Stéphane de Groodt who, as a reminder, plays the headmaster of a school like no other, who sees able-bodied students with reduced mobility evolve. Played in part by budding actors who are really disabled, they are educated in a “high school-boarding school” established for real in the Hauts-de-Seine. It is also in its classes and corridors that the filming of the soap opera, drawn from the memories of its creator Fanny Riedberger, took place.