Call My Agent!

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Call My Agent!
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Created byFanny Herrero
Dominique Besnehard
StarringCamille Cottin
Liliane Rovère
Thibault de Montalembert
Grégory Montel
Stéfi Celma
Fanny Sidney
Nicolas Maury
Laure Calamy
Country of origin France
No. of seasons3
No. of episodes18
Production
Running time52 minutes
Release
Original networkFrance 2 (France)
Original releaseOctober 14, 2015 – present

Call My Agent! (French title Dix pour cent) is a French television series. It has been broadcast by France 2 since 2015, ICI ARTV in Canada, RTS Un in Switzerland and is available on Netflix in India, the United States, Canada, Belgium, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, New Zealand and Australia.

Plot[edit]

Every day, Andrea, Mathias, Gabriel, and Arlette, agents in the talent agency ASK (Samuel Kerr Agency), juggle tricky situations and defend their vision of the business. They skillfully combine art and business. Private life and professional life come to cross.

While struggling to save their agency shaken by the sudden death of its founder, the four agents take us behind the scenes of the wild world of celebrity, where laughter, emotion, transgression and tears constantly rub.

Cast[edit]

Main characters[edit]

Recurring characters[edit]

Supporting characters[edit]

  • Dominique Besnehard: Paul Granier
  • Arben Bajraktaraj: Gabor Rajevski
  • Robert Plagnol: Clément
  • Anthony Sonigo: Augustin
  • Olivia Côte: Armelle Borzek
  • Igor Mendjisky: Christophe Bel
  • Marie Berto: Marie-Sophie Garnier
  • Lee Delong: Miranda Jones
  • Maud Amour: Mathurine
  • Kader Boukhanef: Samir Chouke
  • Amelie Etasse: Magali
  • Nina Gary: Emma Simonet
  • Julie Nicolet: Nathalie
  • Alain Rimoux: Samuel Kerr
  • Elise Lhomeau: Clémentine
  • Éric Naggar: Duplay
  • Vladimir Perrin: Jonathan Joubert
  • Serge Noël: Michel Marteau
  • Agnès Château: Michèle Marteau
  • Marc Brunet: Mayor Caillot
  • Khereddine Ennasri: Saïd
  • Sarah-Megan Allouch-Mainier: Karine
  • Lucille O'Flanagan-Le Cam: Linda Gérard

The actors[edit]

They appeared in the TV Series as themselves for one episode.

Season 1 (2015)
Episode 1: Cécile de France
Episode 2: Line Renaud & Françoise Fabian
Episode 3: Nathalie Baye, Laura Smet, Gilles Lellouche & Zinedine Soualem
Episode 4: Audrey Fleurot
Episode 5: Julie Gayet, Joeystarr & Zinedine Soualem
Episode 6: François Berléand

Season 2 (2017)
Episode 1: Virginie Efira & Ramzy Bedia
Episode 2: Fabrice Luchini & Christophe Lambert
Episode 3: Julien Doré, Norman Thavaud & Aymeline Valade
Episode 4: Isabelle Adjani & Julien Doré
Episode 5: Guy Marchand
Episode 6: Juliette Binoche

Season 3 (2018)
Episode 1: Jean Dujardin
Episode 2: Monica Bellucci
Episode 3: Gérard Lanvin & Guy Marchand
Episode 4: Isabelle Huppert
Episode 5: Béatrice Dalle
Episode 6: Jean Dujardin, Monica Bellucci, Gérard Lanvin, Audrey Fleurot, Claude Lelouch, JoeyStarr, Françoise Fabian & Line Renaud.

Production[edit]

Director[edit]

Cédric Klapisch, Lola Doillon and Antoine Garceau directed two episodes of the first season.

Laurent Tirard directed two episodes, Antoine Garceau and Jeanne Herry directed one episode of the second season.

Writers[edit]

Dominique Besnehard, Fanny Herrero, Julien Messemackers, Michel Vereecken, Sabrina B. Karine, Anais Carpita, Quoc Dang Tran, Nicolas Mercier, Camille Chamoux, Camille de Castelnau, Cécile Ducrocq, Benjamin Dupas and Eliane Montane wrote the first season.

Producers[edit]

Dominique Besnehard, Cédric Klapisch, Michel Feller, Aurelien Larger and Harold Valentin are the producers of the TV Series.

Shooting[edit]

The first season was filmed from November 2014 to February 2015.[1] The second season was shot from September to December 2016.[2]

Ratings[edit]

Season 1[edit]

Episodes Date Ratings
(in millions)
Percentage Rank
1 & 2 14 October 2015 4.8[3] 20.2% 1
3 & 4 21 October 2015 4.148[4] 16.3% 2
5 & 6 28 October 2015 4.21[5] 16.6% 2

Season 2[edit]

Episodes Date Ratings
(in millions)
Percentage Rank
1 & 2 19 April 2017 3.47[6] 13.1% 2
3 & 4 26 April 2017 3.561[7] 14.1% 2

Accolades[edit]

Year Awards Category Recipient Result
2016 ACS Award Best TV Series France 2 Won
Best Actor Grégory Montel Nominated
Best Actor Thibault de Montalembert Nominated
Best Actress Camille Cottin Won
Best Director Cédric Klapisch Nominated
Best Writer Fanny Herrero Won
Best Production Mon Voisin Productions & Mother Production Nominated
International Emmy Awards Best Comedy Series Mon Voisin Productions & Mother Production Nominated

References[edit]

  1. ^ ""10%", une série sur le cinéma qui ne fait pas les choses à moitié - Télévision - Télérama.fr". Television.telerama.fr. Retrieved 2016-12-31.
  2. ^ "Diffusion, casting... Ce qu'il faut savoir sur la saison 2 de "Dix pour cent" - L'Express". Lexpress.fr. 2016-10-16. Retrieved 2016-12-31.
  3. ^ ""Dix pour cent" sur France 2 en tête des audiences de mercredi". Retrieved 31 December 2016.
  4. ^ "Audiences prime: En programmant "Esprits Criminels", TF1 repasse en tête face à "Dix pour cent" sur France 2". Retrieved 31 December 2016.
  5. ^ "Audiences prime: "Esprits Criminels" en tête sur TF1 mais "10 pour cent" résiste bien sur France 2 - La coupe de la Ligue très faible sur France 3". Retrieved 31 December 2016.
  6. ^ "Audiences TV : "Grey's Anatomy" domine la série "Dix pour cent"". RTL. Retrieved 20 April 2017.
  7. ^ "Audiences : "Grey's Anatomy" leader en baisse, "Dix pour cent" progresse, record historique pour HD1". OZAP. Retrieved 27 April 2017.

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