Solène Delinger // Photo credits: AFP 18:24 p.m., September 25, 2023

Good news for all fans of Virginie Efira: the 46-year-old Belgian-French actress, who has just given birth to her second child, is back in "Tout va bien", a series that will be released on November 15 on the streaming platform Disney +.

After having multiplied the appearances in the cinema last year, Virginie Efira is back, but on the small screen this time. The actress, caesarized for her role in Revoir Paris by Alice Winocour, is the star of Tout va bien, a new series available from November 15 on Disney +, and whose trailer has just been unveiled.

A series created by the co-writer of the Bureau of Legends

Tout va bien explores the daily life of a family confronted with the serious illness of a child, little Rose. Virginie Efira plays the role of Claire, Rose's aunt, very close to the little girl, and therefore very affected by what happens to her. Claire also tries to "forge links with the daughter of her companion Antonio," says the synopsis of this series created by Camille de Castelnau, co-writer of the Bureau des légendes, Dfunny, but also Dix Pour Cent.

Everything's fine "explores the question of the strength of the links, the catastrophe forcing everyone to reveal themselves, to weigh what matters, to measure the depth of grudges, unspoken, and flaws of each, with humor and hope," reads a statement.

Virginie Efira gives the answer to Sara Giraudeau and Aliocha Schneider (editor's note: the brother of Niels Schneider, the companion of Virginie Efira in the city). We also find Nicole Garcia, who plays the matriarch of the tribe, as well as Bernard Le Coq and Mehdi Nebbou, star of HPI.