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Josephine, Guardian Angel
Created by Laurent Chouchan
Philippe Niang
Michel Lengliney
Starring Mimie Mathy
Country of origin  France
No. of seasons 21
No. of episodes 85
Production
Running time 90 minutes
Release
Original network TF1 (France)
La Une / RTBF (Belgium)
RTS Un (Switzerland)
Séries+ (Canada)
TV3 (Spain)
La7 (Italy)
STB (Ukraine)
Aspara (Cambodia)
PAD (Vietnam)
Nowa TV (Poland)
Original release December 15, 1997 - present
External links
Website

Josephine, Guardian Angel (Joséphine, ange gardien) is a French television series. It has been aired since 1997 on TF1 (France).

Contents

Plot[edit]

Joséphine Delamarre is a guardian angel that Heaven sends to earth. With her psychological insight, ability of persuasion and her magical powers, she manages to help people who have problems. She appears at the beginning of each mission; when the mission is completed, she disappears by snapping her fingers.

Cast[edit]

Season 1 (1997)[edit]

Episode 1: Le miroir aux enfants[edit]

Season 2 (1998)[edit]

Episode 2: L'enfant oublié[edit]

Episode 3: Le Tableau noir[edit]

Season 3 (1999)[edit]

Episode 4: La Part du doute[edit]

Episode 5: Une mauvaise passe[edit]

  • Director: Pierre Joassin
  • Writer: Christine Miller & Pierre Joassin
  • Original Air Date: June 14, 1999
  • Casting: Mimie Mathy (Joséphine Delamarre), Olivia Brunaux (Véronique Maillard), Valérie Vogt (Corinne), Patrick Catalifo (Wadeck Maréchal), Laura Martel (Vanessa Maillard), Marie Coesens (Chloé Maillard), Vincent Grass (Fat client), Jean Dell (The officer), ...
  • Plot: Josephine comes to the aid of Veronica, who is crushed under the debts of her husband. Having no money left, she eventually fell into prostitution. Between good and bad dating, Josephine will do everything possible to make her client return to the right path.

Episode 6: Une nouvelle vie[edit]

  • Director: Philippe Monnier
  • Writer: Eric Taraud
  • Original Air Date: August 30, 1999
  • Casting: Mimie Mathy (Joséphine Delamarre), Didier Bienaimé (Pierre), Valérie Stroh (Claire), Marie-Armelle Deguy (Solange), Nicolas Marais (Thomas), Patrick Serraf (Samy), Hugues Boucher (Francis), Marc-Etienne Bardela (Sylvain), Maurice Chevit (Cyprien), Jacques Bouanich (Mariano), ...
  • Plot: Josephine comes to the aid of Pierre Castignac, become amnesic after a car accident. Peter thinks he is called by another name and he learns with loss and crash that he is married to a woman and that he is the father of a child. However, he and his wife are ready to divorce. Josephine tries to find out the real reasons for Pierre's sudden loss of consciousness. What he will learn from his previous life is going to be a real shock to him.

Episode 7: Une santé d'enfer[edit]

Season 4 (2000)[edit]

Episode 8: Une famille pour Noël[edit]

Episode 9: Le Combat de l'ange[edit]

Episode 10: Des Cultures différentes[edit]

  • Director: Philippe Monnier
  • Writer: Françoise Pasquini & Jean-Paul Demure
  • Original Air Date: October 9, 2000
  • Casting: Mimie Mathy (Joséphine Delamarre), Jean-Claude Adelin (François), Hélène de Saint-Père (Mathilde), Bernard Verley (Pierre), Jean-Marie Winling (Germon), Mandiaye Ba (Omar), Jean Dell (The veterinarian), ...
  • Plot: Joséphine comes to the aid of François who has just taken over the farm of his father, who had to retire. He decides to reorient production and embark on organic farming. Josephine arrived in the meantime as a housekeeper, to help and appease the young man, at least surpassed by his new activity. Indeed, Mathilde, the pregnant wife of the new farmer, can less and less assist him in the tasks of the farm. Tensions arise insidiously within the couple. To top it all off, Francois no longer communicates with his father Pierre, insisting on wanting to assume everything. Omar, a small African wounded in the war, allied himself with Josephine, hoping to see Francois solve his problems.

Episode 11: Pour l'amour d'un ange[edit]

  • Director: Denis Malleval
  • Writer: Lorraine Lévy
  • Original Air Date: December 4, 2000
  • Casting: Mimie Mathy (Joséphine Delamarre), François-Régis Marchasson (Baltus), Valeria Cavalli (Hannah), Erick Desmarestz (Froment), Martine Gautier (Dolores), Fred Bianconi (Doctor Monnier), ...
  • Plot: Josephine helps Baltus, an opera singer who has cancer and can not sing anymore. Little by little, they fall in love but Josephine loses her powers because she is an angel and she can not love. She begins especially to have several burns, because love is a feeling too strong for her ... Josephine then appeals to the ex of Baltus, Hannah, who will try to reconquer it.

Season 5 (2001)[edit]

Episode 12: Romain et Jamila[edit]

Episode 13: La Tête dans les étoiles[edit]

Episode 14: La Fautive[edit]

Episode 15: La Comédie du bonheur[edit]

Season 6 (2002)[edit]

Episode 16: La Vérité en face[edit]

Episode 17: Paillettes, claquettes et champagne[edit]

Episode 18: La Plus Haute Marche[edit]

Episode 19: Nadia[edit]

Season 7 (2003)[edit]

Episode 20: Le Stagiaire[edit]

Episode 21: Le Compteur à zéro[edit]

Episode 22: Belle à tout prix[edit]

Episode 23: Sens dessus dessous[edit]

Season 8 (2004)[edit]

Episode 24: Un frère pour Ben[edit]

Episode 25: Tous en chœur[edit]

Episode 26: Enfin des vacances ! ...[edit]

Episode 27: Sauver Princesse[edit]

Season 9 (2005)[edit]

Episode 28: Robe noire pour un ange[edit]

Episode 29: Trouvez-moi le prince charmant ![edit]

Episode 30: Le Secret de Julien[edit]

Episode 31: Noble cause[edit]

Season 10 (2006)[edit]

Episode 32: La Couleur de l'amour[edit]

Episode 33: De toute urgence ![edit]

Episode 34: Un passé pour l'avenir[edit]

Episode 35: Coupée du monde[edit]

Episode 36: Remue-ménage[edit]

Season 11 (2007)[edit]

Episode 37: L'Ange des casernes[edit]

Episode 38: Ticket gagnant[edit]

Episode 39: Profession menteur[edit]

Season 12 (2008)[edit]

Episode 40: Paris-Broadway[edit]

Episode 41: Les deux font la paire[edit]

Episode 42: Le secret des templiers[edit]

Episode 43: Sur les traces de Yen[edit]

Episode 44: Le Festin d'Alain[edit]

Episode 45: Au feu la famille ![edit]

Season 13 (2009)[edit]

Episode 46: Police blues[edit]

Episode 47: Les Braves[edit]

Episode 48: Les Majorettes[edit]

Episode 49: Le Frère que je n'ai pas eu[edit]

Season 14 (2010)[edit]

Episode 50: Joséphine fait de la résistance[edit]

Episode 51: L'Homme invisible[edit]

Episode 52: Ennemis jurés[edit]

Episode 53: Marie-Antoinette[edit]

Episode 54: Chasse aux fantômes[edit]

Season 15 (2011)[edit]

Episode 55: Un bébé tombé du ciel[edit]

  • Director: Pascal Heylbroeck
  • Writer: Marie Du Roy & Pierre Monjanel
  • Original Air Date: February 21, 2011
  • Casting: Mimie Mathy (Joséphine Delamarre), Victoria Grosbois (Charlotte), Elisa Servier (Corinne Durieu), Sophie Mounicot (The social worker), Julien Floreancig (Jérémy), Marianne Epin (Christiane), Michèle Garcia (Madame Grégorio), Élodie Fontan (Alexandra), Luc Battiston (Loïc), Samuel Cahu (Laurent), Jennifer Bokobza (Sandrine), ...
  • Plot: Joséphine helps Charlotte, a 19-year-old, a mother overwhelmed by a baby named Amandine, whom she raises alone while working and continuing her studies. His daughter's custody may be withdrawn because she took him to the spa where she works and left her alone in the boiler room. In addition, the Spa Manager wants to fire her for that reason. But Charlotte's lies do not help Joséphine to discover all the truths of this problem.

Episode 56: Tout pour la musique[edit]

Episode 57: Un petit coin de paradis[edit]

Episode 58: Liouba[edit]

  • Director: Philippe Monnier
  • Writer: Emmanuelle Choppin
  • Original Air Date: October 31, 2011
  • Casting: Mimie Mathy (Joséphine Delamarre), Lara Menini (Anna Dialossuva), Anne-Charlotte Pontabry (Claire Pasquier), Alexandre Varga (Laurent Pasquier), Jean-Baptiste Martin (Hadrien Duval), Mélanie Maudran (Mathilde), Ophélie Bazillou (Charlotte), Laura Préjean (The intern), Sébastien Courivaud (Marc Leclerc), Alain Bauguil (Colonel Legris), ...
  • Plot: Joséphine is helping a young Russian woman named Anna who decides to be a surrogate mother for a young couple, whose wife can not have children. But what Joséphine dreads, from the moment of the birth of the little one, will unfortunately happen. At the birth of Liouba, the first name that Anna gave to her protégée, she escapes with the baby, without money and without a home. Joséphine will try to have Anna take care of the child but the couple, who declares Liouba as their own daughter, will do everything to get her back.

Season 16 (2012)[edit]

Episode 59: Suivez le guide[edit]

  • Director: Pascal Heylbroeck
  • Writer: Marie Luce David & Ivan Piettre
  • Original Air Date: February 13, 2012
  • Casting: Mimie Mathy (Joséphine Delamarre), Martin Lamotte (François), Didier Brice (Monsieur Gérard), Lucie Jeanne (Fabricia), Solène Bouton (Marion), Franck Borde (Laurent), Rebecca Miquel (Séverine), Nicolas Guillot (Pascal), Cécilia Hornus (Sylvie), Bertrand Farge (Guy), Loïc Mobihan (Clément), Jérôme Marc (Alexandre), Gwenaëlle Simon (Isabelle), Blanche Ravalec (Michelle), ...
  • Plot: Josephine is helping four Parisian tourists. She finds herself in the shoes of a tourist guide, who gives appointments to groups of visitors at the top of the Eiffel Tower and then accompanies them in their discovery of Paris. The guardian angel discovers in amazement that, this time, his mission will concern no less than four people. It must, in effect, corn a small group of provincials in the capital. First problem: his mission will last four days. Second problem: one of his clients does not seem to be at the rendezvous on the Eiffel Tower and no one knows where it is. From Notre-Dame Cathedral to the Champs-Elysées, through the Grand Hotel, Joséphine has to identify and solve the problems of these four tourists ...

Episode 60: Une prof[edit]

Episode 61: Un monde de douceur[edit]

Episode 62: Yasmina[edit]

  • Director: Sylvie Ayme
  • Writer: David Lang & Lionel Cherki
  • Original Air Date: October 1, 2012
  • Casting: Mimie Mathy (Joséphine Delamarre), Valérie Kaprisky (Hélène Weller), Nailia Harzoune (Yasmina Bouazid), Guillaume Delorme (Guillaume Devigny), Rémi Bichet (Emmanuel Mortier), Clémence Bretécher (Justine Villeroy), Smaïl Mekki (Azzedine Bouazid), Arno Diem (Michaël), Akéla Sari (Sofia Bouazid), Adam Bessa (Bilal Bouazid), Shane Woodward (John Taylor), Santha Leng (Monsieur Lin), Véronique Ataly (Nadine), Serge Bonnin (Pierre-André), ...
  • Plot: Joséphine is helping young Yasmina at "Privela", a huge multinational, to sponsor her candidacy. A young Maghrebian who grew up in the suburbs of Paris, she does not quite have the profile of the managers usually recruited by this world leader in perfumery and beauty products. Yasmina prefers to lie about her origins, inventing a father who worked in import-export and a childhood in the shadow of the Champs-Élysées. Josephine encourages him, however, to tell the truth. She is afraid that her future employers will discover ... What our guardian angel ignores is that it is not the last of his client's lies. With Yasmina, Joséphine will go from surprises to surprises.

Season 17 (2013)[edit]

Episode 63: Le Cirque Borelli[edit]

Episode 64: En roue libre[edit]

  • Director: Philippe Proteau
  • Writer: Florence Philipponnat
  • Original Air Date: April 22, 2013
  • Casting: Mimie Mathy (Joséphine Delamarre), Philippe Caroit (Christophe Giovanni), Carole Richert (Rose), Malcolm Conrath (Xavier Malescot), Laurie Dupont (Paola Giovanni), Tiphaine Daviot (Cynthia), Marie-France Mignal (Ariane Giovanni), Stanislas Forlani (Loïc), Cédric Bouvier (Ivan), Vincent Solignac (Pierre Dumont), Karin Swenson (Elodie), Émilie Caen (Caroline Meunier), Manon Giraud-Balasuriya (Iris Meunier), Pierre Acansa (Mathieu Grimbert), Laurent Besançon (Luc Vncent), Francis Rignault (Monsieur Moreau), Guillaume Campanacci (Bertrand), ...
  • Plot: Joséphine helps Christophe Giovanni, who found himself in a wheelchair following a road accident. Since then, he spends his life doing nothing, and stays at home, under the eyes of his daughter, Paola, who can no longer bear to see him sink every day a little more. Paola decides to call in a personal assistant for her father, and sees in Joséphine the ideal candidate. During this time, Christophe will have the opportunity to resume his former craft, that of interior designer. But Joséphine's task proved difficult: Christophe did not want to make any effort. Josephine has a mission: to convince him that even if he is paralyzed for life, he has before him beautiful days to live and a family that loves him.

Episode 65: Pour la vie[edit]

Episode 66: De père en fille[edit]

Episode 67: Les Anges[edit]

  • Director: Pascal Heylbroeck
  • Writer: Marie-Luce David & Ivan Piettre
  • Original Air Date: October 21, 2013
  • Casting: Mimie Mathy (Joséphine Delamarre), Lorie Pester (Claire), Robert Plagnol (Alex), Victor Quilichini (Simon), Sébastien Dupuis (Marco), Ariane Pirie (Rose), Christophe Laubion (Laurent), Serge Ridoux (Monsieur Henri), Camille Verschuere (Vanessa), Guy Amram (Franck), Nathalie Besançon (Florence), Titouan Laporte (Ben), Lucas Renault (Enzo), Charles Schneider (Maximilien), Gigi Ledron (Johanna), ...
  • Plot: Joséphine is helping Simon, a young astronautic-loving boy, who lost his father before the latter was able to fulfill his ultimate promise: to take him to a shuttle take-off at the Kourou Space Center in French Guiana, Where he was born. Claire, her mother, would wholeheartedly want to realize this dream, but she has just lost her job ... In order to raise the money needed for the trip, an alternative solution is offered to the former singer Claire: participate in a choir competition to be held soon. Joséphine must help Claire regain confidence in her so that she and her choir have a chance to win the €10,000 prize.

Season 18 (2014)[edit]

Episode 68: Restons zen[edit]

  • Director: Jean-Marc Seban
  • Writer: David Lang & Lionel Cherki
  • Original Air Date: February 17, 2014
  • Casting: Mimie Mathy (Joséphine Delamarre), Daphné Hacquard (Jeera), Caroline Guerin (Romane), Cyrille Swierkosz (Bastien), Matteo Capelli (Louis Mercier), Jean-Pierre Bouvier (Richepin), Maythavee Weiss (Yindee), Sarawut Rummayan (Boon-mee), Isabelle Noérie (Clara Miltone), ...
  • Plot: Josephine helps Bastien. Parachuted at Europ Assistance, Joséphine discovers that she must go immediately to Thailand to have Louis Mercier, a doctor wrongly suspected of drug trafficking, released. It is only there that she learns that she is assigned a second client: Romane, a young woman who has fled to Thailand in order to free herself from the incessant control of her father. But where does Romane hide? While trying to help her two clients, Joséphine discovers she has a third: Boon-mee, the 7-year-old son of her Thai guide and performer, who has to undergo an emergency operation if he wants Survive ... Will she find a doctor able to perform this complex and delicate operation?

Episode 69: Tango[edit]

Episode 70: Double foyer[edit]

Episode 71: Double foyer[edit]

  • Director: Jean-Marc Seban
  • Writer: David Lang & Lionel Cherki
  • Original Air Date: October 27, 2014
  • Casting: Mimie Mathy (Joséphine Delamarre), Gaëla Le Devehat (Louise), Stéphane Metzger (Mathis), Aurélie Vaneck (Aurélie), Olivier Ythier (Yann), Stylane Lecaille (Hugo), Marie-Christine Adam (Sylvie), François-Éric Gendron (Cassel), Alicia Irane Rault (Néféret), Guy Amram (Ramses V), Mehdi Fettah (Sobek), ...
  • Plot: Josephine helps Louise, a talented young Egyptologist who begins studying the Neferet mummy. The discovery of the cobra nesting in its sarcophagus suggests that this mummy is evil. In addition, many mysterious events accompany the research. Josephine wonders if she is there to help Louise protect herself from a supernatural creature, and receives the support of Mathis, the archaeologist who discovered this mummy, and who fell under the spell of Louise. Joséphine will have to arm herself with patience to convince Louise not to lock herself in the work and to open herself to the love that Mathis proposes to her.

Episode 72: Les Boloss[edit]

Season 19 (2015)[edit]

Episode 73: Légendes d'Armor[edit]

  • Director: Christophe Barbier
  • Writer: Marie Lefebvre & Thomas Perrier
  • Original Air Date: February 2, 2015
  • Casting: Mimie Mathy (Joséphine Delamarre), Marie Bunel (Marie Lozach), Eric Boucher (Bertrand Lozach), Fabio Zenoni (Hugues), Mathilde Lebrequier (Nolwen), Serge Faliu (Yann Le Bihan), Paola Valentin (Morgane Lozach), Quentin Santarelli (Loïc Le Bihan), Fanny Bihan (Elodie), Philippe Pezant (Guirec), ...
  • Plot: Josephine helps the Lozach family, restaurateurs whose daughter, Morgane, has disappeared for several days in Brittany, in Ploumenech. At a market on the port, the boat of the Lozach arises empty, which spreads disturbing rumors of curse throughout the village. Josephine discovers that Marie and Bertrand Lozach have already lost a daughter, Elodie, 5 years earlier, during a race at sea. She will have to manage this affair by having its powers disturbed.

Episode 74: Tous au zoo[edit]

  • Director: Stéphane Kopecky
  • Writer: Marie-Luce David & Ivan Piettre
  • Original Air Date: February 9, 2015
  • Casting: Mimie Mathy (Joséphine Delamarre), Chloé Lambert (Clara Lorenz), Titoff (Alex), Nicky Marbot (Régis), Grant Lawrens (Lucas Bazzechi), Lévanah Solomon (Marilou Bazzechi), Lisa Cipriani (Rose), Marie-Hélène Lentini (The Inspector), Charles Clément (Vincent Bazzechi), Lisa-Marie Dupont (Juliette), ...
  • Plot: Josephine is helping Clara Lorenz, a single mother who decided to settle temporarily with her two children in the ancestral zoo of her father, who died a few months ago. Clara has to face both the collapse of the zoo, the teenage crisis of her son and the bad memories of her childhood that beset her everywhere. Moreover, during his mission, Joséphine will have to accommodate Spartacus, a new client a little particular.

Episode 75: Papa est un chippendale[edit]

Episode 76: Belle mère, belle fille[edit]

Episode 77: Dans la tête d'Antoine[edit]

  • Director: Stephan Kopecky
  • Writer: Eric Eider & Ivan Piettre
  • Original Air Date: December 14, 2015
  • Casting: Mimie Mathy (Joséphine Delamarre), Gil Alma (Antoine Bailly), Vanessa Valence (Carole Bailly), Charlie Joirkin (Chloé Bailly), Mermoz Melchior (Gaspard Bailly), Ludivine Manca (Salomé), Diane Robert (Doctor Thomas), Maxime Flourac (Dylan), Yanis Abdelli (Jérôme), Tom Hudson (Rémy), José Heuzé (Enzo), ...
  • Plot: Joséphine helps Antoine, who plunges in apnea during a training session. But Antoine is the victim of an accident. It rises unconscious to the surface. He was immediately taken in charge and taken to the hospital. Joséphine sees the firemen arrive and she learns that he has sank into a coma. She then understands her mission: to help her family cope with this ordeal. She must also discover why Antoine does not wake up. The father seems to be stuck in his coma, although his condition is stabilized. This forces Josephine to slam her fingers and appear in her head.

Season 20 (2016)[edit]

Episode 78: Carpe Diem[edit]

  • Director: Emmanuel Rigaut
  • Writer: France Corbet & Maïa Muller
  • Original Air Date: January 4, 2016
  • Casting: Mimie Mathy (Joséphine Delamarre), Alexandre Brasseur (François Spontini), Sara Mortensen (Amélie Spontini), Serge Gisquière (Jérôme Paluel), Flavie Péan (Eve), Sacha Toledano (Ivan Spontini), Jeanne-Marie Ducarre (Clarisse), Laurence Breheret (Valérie Lebon), Anna Gaylor (Madame Leprince), Catherine Lefroid (Isabelle), ...
  • Plot: Joséphine helps Francois Spontini, owner of a hairdressing salon. Fragile by the death of his father, and facing financial problems, François seems to have lost the taste for life and thinks he has missed the chance of his life, namely directing Atlante.com, an online sales site Reputedly, with his best friend Jerome. He gradually moved away from his wife Amelia and her son Ivan, who no longer knew how to help her. In order to make him understand that he is already leading the life he has always dreamed of, Josephine is experimenting with a completely new method: she forwards François in a parallel dimension, in which he is at the head of Atlante with Jerome and married to a seductive lawyer . But appearances are often misleading and this dream life is not as idyllic as it looks ...

Episode 79: Je ne vous oublierai jamais[edit]

  • Director: Stéphane Kopecky
  • Writer: Emmanuel Patron, Armelle Patron, Eric Eider & Ivan Piettre
  • Original Air Date: April 25, 2016
  • Casting: Mimie Mathy (Joséphine Delamarre), Emma Colberti (Anne Maleval), Alain Doutey (Gaston Maleval), Fabrice Deville (Cyril), Franck Monsigny (Paul Maleval), Eythan Solomon (Mathis), Jean-Marie Lhomme (Kevin), ...
  • Plot: Josephine helps Anne Maleval. It then appears in the Middle Ages. Finally, everything seems to suggest ... Her costume, the knight armed with a club that threatens her, until she hears the ringing of her cell phone. It is actually in the middle of the medieval spectacle of Provins. Joséphine immediately notices that she is very stressed especially when it comes to Gaston, her father. She did not hesitate to sacrifice all her life to take care of her father. Josephine questions the meaning of this devotion. Anne actually seems to be trying to forgive herself for something. But of what ? Joséphine is all the more overwhelmed because she has a second client in the person of Mathis, a kid who lives in the house next to Gaston's. He was very much in sympathy with him. Mathis did not speak for six months. It is not a medical or psychological problem ... His father is totally at a loss and does not know what to do.

Episode 80: Le secret de Gabrielle[edit]

  • Director: Stéphane Kopecky
  • Writer: France Corbet & Maïa Muller
  • Original Air Date: August 23, 2016
  • Casting: Mimie Mathy (Joséphine Delamarre), Brigitte Fossey (Gabrielle Chamant), Christelle Reboul (Mademoiselle Girard), Hélène Church (Young Gabrielle), Mathilde Hancisse (Nadine Beauchamps), Marie Berto (Madeleine), Camille Aguilar (Hélène Verdier), Emilie Blon-Metzinger (Mademoiselle Sanson), Madeleine Pougatch (Françoise), Jean-Baptiste Martin (Father Tardivel), Anne Cart (Gabrielle's mother), Philypa Phoenix (Madame Saldès), ...
  • Plot: Joséphine is helping Gabrielle Chamant. When Joséphine arrives, Gabrielle is shocked: she has just learned that the child she gave birth when she was 16 is alive and well, contrary to what was announced to her. Josephine has only one solution to solve this mystery: to return in 1962, in the boarding school of young girls of Gabrielle. Josephine finds herself plunged among the young girls of the sixties, between their dreams of free women and their rising loves.

Episode 81: Enfants, mode d'emploi[edit]

  • Director: Denis Thybaud
  • Writer: Cécile Leclere & Cécile Lugiez
  • Original Air Date: October 26, 2016
  • Casting: Mimie Mathy (Joséphine Delamarre), Émilie Caen (Zoé), Arielle Sémenoff (Cathy), Natacha Krief (Pauline), Stella Trotonda (Fleur), Catalina Denis (Jessica), David Baïot (Stan), Yanig Samot (Gilles), Guillaume Faure (Benjamin), Serena de Mouroux (Emilie), ...
  • Plot: Josephine helps Zoe get an unexpected promotion: organize the wedding of Stan, a star of the song. But the young bachelor suddenly "inherits" two children: Pauline, 15, and Fleur, 9, the orphans of her elder sister who died with her husband in a car accident. A rock and roll mission for Joséphine. Between the whims of a star and the conflicts of Pauline during adolescence, she must help her client to reveal herself, assuming her new responsibilities, professional and family.

Season 21 (2017)[edit]

Episode 82: Sur le cœur[edit]

  • Director: Stéphane Kopecky
  • Writer: Sylvie Audcoeur, Mirabelle Kirkland, Manon Dillys & Sébastien Le Délézir
  • Original Air Date: April 3, 2017
  • Casting: Mimie Mathy (Joséphine Delamarre), Ingrid Chauvin (Charline), Arnaud Gidoin (Marc), Cosima Bevernaege (Justine), Juliette Pi (Roxane), Tristan Robin (Tony), Omar Mebrouk (Frédéric Maille), ...
  • Plot: Josephine helps Charline, a mother, a lawyer who is used to handling everything. If only to palliate the actions of her husband Marc fervent defender of animals, and the epidermal behavior of their two teenagers, Roxane and Justine. But everything wavers when she learns that she has breast cancer ... Failing to cope with this news, Charline decides to hide it from her family.

Episode 83: La parenthèse enchantée[edit]

  • Director: Philippe Proteau
  • Writer: Stéphanie Tchou Cotta, Ivan Piettre, Éric Eider & Sylvie Coquart
  • Original Air Date: April 10, 2017
  • Casting: Mimie Mathy (Joséphine Delamarre), Camille Claris (Sandra), Yoann Denaive (Olivier), Nicole Gueden (Clémence), Élina Solomon (Zoé), Marie Piton (Madame Rabier), Denis Maréchal (Philippe), ...
  • Plot: Joséphine helps Sandra, a young single mother, whom she surprises at night in the huge toy store where she works. Seeking to preserve her daughter Zoé, 6, since she lost her dwelling, she made him believe that it was their new home ... Joséphine discovers that the young woman conceals her illiteracy. Helped by Olivier, the eternal student who does not want to settle down and Clemence, an old nostalgic lady of her old house, Joséphine will help Sandra to get out of this bad pass.

Episode 84: T'es ki toi ?[edit]

  • Director: Thierry Petit
  • Writer: Guila Braoudé & Vincent Robert
  • Original Air Date: August 29, 2017
  • Casting: Mimie Mathy (Joséphine Delamarre), Axelle Dodier (Mélanie Chamanier), Sophie Duez (Anne Chamanier), Franck Adrien (Patrice Chamanier), Clémence Thioly (Julie Destrade), Oscar Lesage (Anthony Destrade), François-Dominique Blin (Sébastien Baccarelli), Jules Fabre (Enzo), Isalinde Giovangigli (Madame Duprey), …
  • Plot: Melanie, a dyslexic teenager, goes through a sorrow of love and struggles to keep up with the rhythm in school. An unexpected news comes to add to the list of her grievances: she is an adopted child. All his landmarks collapse suddenly and his life tilts. Stepped up by Joséphine, Mélanie decides to ask the social services for the name of her biological mother. This decisive encounter upsets her: her mother, who resembles her like two drops of water, also suffers from dyslexia. With methods other than those practiced by ortophonists, this stranger then tries to teach her to accept, then to overcome her handicap ...

Episode 85: La femme aux gardénias[edit]

  • Director: Stéphane Kopecky
  • Writer: France Corbet, Maïa Muller & Gioacchino Campanella
  • Original Air Date: October 16, 2017
  • Casting: Mimie Mathy (Joséphine Delamarre), Juliet Lemonnier (Garance), Fabian Wolfrom (Henri), Isabelle Renauld (Odette), Jean Dell (Auguste), Martin Barlan (Octave), Samuel Mercer (Hippolyte), Madeleine Pougatch (Albertine), Jean-Michel Lahmi (Général Dubosque), Christiane Bopp (Berthe), Deivy Fernandes (Désiré), Ambre Pietri (Camille), Sandrine Salyères (Lena), ...
  • Plot : Josephine helps Garance Martin, a centenary who has just died ... A first for our angel who met during the small ceremony Camille the great-granddaughter of Garance. But it is not the surprise of Josephine and Camille when they discover that Garance, who was a maid at Cabrières Castle in the 1920s, was suspected of the murder of Henri de Fonvielle, a genius of painting killed during a hunting party. For Camille, it's simply impossible: Garance can not be a murderer! Josephine, has only one solution to discover what happened at the field of Cabrières: return in 1926.

Episode 86: Le mystère des pierres qui chantent[edit]

  • Director: Thierry Petit
  • Writer: Gaëlle Baron, Aude Marcle & Julie Sellier
  • Original Air Date: October 23, 2017
  • Casting: Mimie Mathy (Joséphine Delamarre), Gary Mihaileanu (Gabriel), Alexia Fourmond (Chanelle), Grégoire Champion (Léonard), Romane Lucas (Louison), Justine Cerati (Chloé), Marine Duhamel (Camille), Bruni Mackaya (Maxime), Esteban Vialle (Ben), Caroline Bourg (Clothilde), ...
  • Plot : Joséphine helps Gabriel, an angel trainee, in the middle of a summer camp of a new kind: the young teenagers present in this summer camp will have to be disconnected the time of their holidays. Laptops, computers and other connected tools will give way to real, natural relationships. Josephine, meanwhile, will struggle to carry out her missions with Gabriel, his trainee. Indeed, the young man, a big fan of love stories, thinks he is Cupid and uses his magic in his own way ... very special! Unlike Josephine who tends to think before acting, he acts before thinking. Two very different characters that promise comical and perilous situations.

Ratings[edit]

Episode Date Ratings
(in millions)
Percentage Rank
1
December 15, 1997
6 980 000
28.4 %
1
2
January 26, 1998
7 450 000
29.1 %
1
3
December 7, 1998
8 220 000
31.5 %
1
4
January 25, 1999
7 490 000
29 %
1
5
June 14, 1999
7 800 000
29.8 %
1
6
August 30, 1999
6 650 000
26.9 %
1
7
November 8, 1999
7 080 000
27.6 %
1
8
February 26, 2000
7 820 000
30 %
1
9
May 8, 2000
7 310 000
28.2 %
1
10
October 9, 2000
6 870 000
27.8 %
1
11
December 4, 2000
6 340 000
26.8 %
1
12
February 12, 2001
6 250 000
25 %
1
13
April 14, 2001
5 970 000
25.3 %
1
14
October 1, 2001
5 480 000
24.7 %
1
15
November 5, 2001
6 260 000
25.9 %
1
16
March 11, 2002
6 820 000
26.7 %
1
17
April 15, 2002
5 750 000
24.6 %
1
18
October 14, 2002
7 400 000
29.2 %
1
19
November 25, 2002
7 890 000
30.2 %
1
20
January 20, 2003
9 470 000
38.4 %
1
21
March 17, 2003
8 880 000
33.6 %
1
22
October 5, 2003
9 030 000
34.7 %
1
23
October 27, 2003
9 850 000
39.2 %
1
24
January 26, 2004
10 120 000
40.3 %
1
25
March 15, 2004
8 390 000
30.4 %
1
26
September 27, 2004
8 940 000
32.2 %
1
27
October 25, 2004
9 970 000
39.4 %
1
28
January 10, 2005
7 990 000
30 %
1
29
February 28, 2005
8 800 000
31.4 %
1
30
August 28, 2005
8 030 000
29.3 %
1
31
October 31, 2005
7 125 000
27.2 %
1
32
February 20, 2006
8 070 000
30.8 %
1
33
April 10, 2006
7 840 000
30.1 %
1
34
May 29, 2006
8 845 000
34.7 %
1
35
October 9, 2006
8 340 000
32 %
1
36
December 4, 2006
9 362 000
36.9 %
1
37
March 5, 2007
11 150 000
43.2 %
1[1]
38
August 27, 2007
8 672 000
37.8 %
1
39
November 5, 2007
9 238 000
33.9 %
1
40
February 12, 2008
8 560 000
32.8 %
1
41
March 31, 2008
7 261 000
28.3 %
1
42
April 21, 2008
7 682 000
30.1 %
1
43
August 25, 2008
7 936 000
35.2 %
1
44
September 29, 2008
7 159 000
29 %
1
45
October 27, 2008
7 938 000
28.6 %
1
46
February 9, 2009
7 700 000
29 %
1
47
April 6, 2009
8 127 000
31.7 %
1[2]
48
October 5, 2009
7 339 000
28.5 %
1[3]
49
November 2, 2009
7 844 000
29.2 %
1
50
February 8, 2010
8 478 000
32.6 %
1[4]
51
April 5, 2010
6 759 000
25.4 %
1[5]
52
May 10, 2010
7 846 000
31 %
1
53
September 20, 2010
5 821 000
24 %
1[6]
54
October 25, 2010
8 269 000
31.1 %
1[7]
55
February 21, 2011
8 182 000
31.3 %
1[8]
56
April 11, 2011
7 126 000
27 %
1[9]
57
August 29, 2011
6 146 000
23.7 %
2[10]
58
October 31, 2011
6 629 000
25.9 %
1[11]
59
February 13, 2012
7 020 000
25.5 %
1[12]
60
April 9, 2012
7 263 000
25.4 %
1[13]
61
August 27, 2012
5 486 000
23.6 %
2[14]
62
October 1, 2012
4 880 000
18.4 %
3[15]
63
February 25, 2013
6 891 000
25.3 %
1[16]
64
April 22, 2013
6 882 000
25.9 %
1[17]
65
June 3, 2013
5 900 000
22.4 %
1[18]
66
September 30, 2013
5 107 000
20.8 %
2[19]
67
October 21, 2013
6 982 000
26.5 %
1[20]
68
February 17, 2014
5 553 000
21.4 %
2[21]
69
February 24, 2014
5 814 000
22.4 %
2[22]
70
March 10, 2014
6 402 000
25.6 %
1[23]
71
October 27, 2014
6 146 000
24 %
1[24]
72
November 3, 2014
6 041 000
24.3 %
1[25]
73
February 2, 2015
6 061 000
23.4 %
1[26]
74
February 9, 2015
6 312 000
24.6 %
1[27]
75
October 12, 2015
5 133 000
21.3 %
1[28]
76
November 2, 2015
4 727 000
19.3 %
2[29]
77
December 14, 2015
4 950 000
19.4 %
1[30]
78
January 4, 2016
5 285 000
20.9 %
1[31]
79
April 25, 2016
4 919 000
20.9 %
1[32]
80
August 23, 2016
5 557 000
27.3 %
1[33]
81
October 26, 2016
4 529 000
18.7 %
1[34]
82
April 3, 2017
5 317 000
22.8 %
1[35]
83
April 10, 2017
5 535 000
23.5 %
1[36]
84
August 29, 2017
4 364 000
20.1 %
1[37]
85
October 16, 2017
4 931 000
20.2 %
1[38]
86
October 23, 2017
5 300 000
21.7 %
1[39]

Legend :

Green: highest
Red: lowest

Awards[edit]

Mimie Mathy has received the 7 d'Or for Favorite Actress in a Fictional Series three times, in 1998, 2000 and 2003. In 2003, the series also received a 7 d'Or for Favorite TV Series.[40]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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