Julien Doré naked in the trailer for “Panda”

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Be careful, laughter guaranteed! The first images of the series “Panda” in which Julien Doré plays a very cool ex-police officer are available. Discover the singer in the simplest device.

TF1 is increasing the pressure on its new series “Panda”. The show which will begin on November 30 is an event since the main role of the fiction is played by Julien Doré. The singer plays a former cop who will have to return to service.

The ex-police officer will make his new team hysterical because his lifestyle is completely out of step with reality. The one who had retired to a remote corner of France is a convinced vegan whose hippie lifestyle requires him to have neither a car nor a cell phone, for example.

In the new trailer shared by TF1, we discover a Julien Doré so cool that he does not hesitate to get completely naked, during a blurred scene. “I don’t want a weapon, I ride my bike and I get up at the time I want.”, demands the hero Victor Pandaloni, in these images.

“Panda” is a series which has six 52-minute episodes during which a new investigation will be revealed. Julien Doré plays alongside Ophelia Kolb, seen in the series “Tapie”, but also the actor Gustave Kervern.

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