A shock to the fans of the series Red Wristbands: Comedian Noah Parker will not be returning Next season. But it involves Justin’s role.
As announced by Showbizz.net, actor Noah Parker has not brought his role of Justin, a young man with cancer in his leg, to the Hospital de la Rive. It was a scheduling conflict that led to this decision for him, as we have seen six degrees, By Simon Bouleris. We still don’t know the project behind this withdrawal.
Who will play Justin?
We still get to see the evolution of Justin Bolduc’s character, who leaves the hospital at the end of the first season and gradually pursues a romantic relationship with another member of the Bracelets, Flavy Ranger, portrayed by Audrey Roger. Actor Antoine L’Cuyer will play the role.
Antoine has long been known as an actor. The 25-year-old has already been on our screens since 2007. We saw it in the series Jeremiah, Cerebrum, All life, Victor Lessard And, last winter, in a miniseries my son
Second major replacement
The director behind the camera for the first season of the Quebec adaptation is Ann England The red wristbands, The series also had to be abandoned due to a scheduling conflict. We don’t even know the projects that pushed him to such a decision.
Director Benoît Pilon takes up the torch to continue the adventures of the gang of red bracelets.
Here’s what we know about Season 2 Red wristbands
Season 1 ended with Flavy Ranger (Audrey Roger) being discharged from Hospital de la Rive and staying there due to an eating disorder. Kevin (Etienne Galloy) lives with his grandfather, Justin Bolduc (Noah Parker) starts skating again with a new prosthetic leg, Lou (Milia Corbeil-Gouvreau) struggles to recover from a kidney transplant and Felix (Anthony Therrien) is at the end of his rope with chemotherapy treatments.
We also have the evolution of Albert (Malik Babin), who finally wakes up from a five-month coma.
You can watch season 2 The Red wristbands Starting Tuesday, January 10 at 8 p.m., on TVA.
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