Week-end Family

2022 upcoming french television series

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Week-end Family
Created byBaptiste Filleul
Written by
  • Géraldine de Margerie
  • Nour Ben Salem
  • Cécile Lugiez
  • Julie-Anna Grignon
  • Marion Carnel
  • Paul Madillo
Directed by
Country of originFrance
Original languageFrench
  • Sandra Ouaiss
  • Dorothée Woillez
  • Nathalie Majdar
Running time30 minutes
Production companyElephant International
DistributorDisney Platform Distribution
Original networkDisney+
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Week-end Family is a upcoming French comedy streaming television series for children and adolescents, which is produced by Elephant International for the Walt Disney Company.[1] In France, the eight-part first season of the series is expected to be released in 2022 on Disney+.[2]


Fred is the fun and irresistible father of a very diverse family. As a perpetual joker, he tries to be a good father to his daughters Clara (15 years), Victoire (12 years) and Romy (9 years), for whom he only takes custody on weekends. Although his daughters' mothers love Fred, Laurence, Marie-Ange and Helena all had good reasons to leave him. The mothers are never far away, and neither is Yass, Fred's best friend. When Fred falls madly in love with Emmanuelle, a Quebecco woman living in Paris who studied child psychology and is doing her doctorate, a new phase in life begins for both of them. Emmanuelle, who cannot always rely on the advice of her best friend Cora, has to break away from books and theory every weekend in order to get along with her new family, including Fred's ex-partners.


  • Éric Judor as Fred
  • Liona Bordonaro as Clara
  • Midie Dreyfus as Victoire
  • Roxane Barrazuol as Romy
  • Annelise Hesme as Laurence
  • Jeanne Bournaud as Marie-Ange
  • Annabel Lopez as Helena
  • Hafid F. Benamar as Yass
  • Daphné Côté-Hallé as Emmanuelle
  • Sephora Pondi as Cora


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  1. ^ "Disney+ dévoile le casting de Week-End Family une production française Disney+ Original". newsroom.disney.fr. May 12, 2021. Retrieved October 9, 2021.
  2. ^ "«Week-end Family»: tout savoir sur la nouvelle série française de Disney+". sudinfo.be. May 16, 2021. Retrieved October 9, 2021.

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