HPI on TF1: the regret of Mehdi Nebbou (Karadec) about season 3

While season 3 of “HPI” continues to be a hit on TF1, Mehdi Nebbou, the interpreter of Karadec, confides in his great regret about these new episodes, which concerns Sofiane, his character’s brother.

Marked by the unexpected rapprochement between Morgane Alvaro (Audrey Fleurot) and Timothée (Jérémy Lewin), who seem about to embark on a relationship after sleeping together, season 3 of HPI is also an opportunity for fans of the detective series to find a character who had been completely absent from the second season broadcast last year on TF1.

The new episodes of HPI, which continue to be a hit every Thursday evening (7.35 million followers were still gathered this Thursday, June 1 in front of episode 4 of season 3), indeed see Sofiane Karadec (Omar Mebrouk) return to the life of his brother Adam (Mehdi Nebbou).

The two brothers live together again, without further explanation, while season 2 told us that Sofiane had gone to live in Quiberon. A way for the HPI screenwriters to explain, at that time, the absence of the actor Omar Mebrouk, who was unavailable due to the filming of the Disney+ series Para//èles, in which he held one of the roles principal alongside Thomas Chomel (Clem) and Guillaume Labbé (I promise you).

Sofiane Karadec, appeared for the moment in episodes 3 and 4 of season 3, is therefore very present this year in the detective series of TF1, by small touches. But not enough according to Mehdi Nebbou, who told us in an interview that he would have liked the relationship between the two Karadec brothers to be further developed.

“Sofiane is present in season 3, but not enough for my taste. Because I really like this character, I really like Omar Mebrouk, his interpreter. And also the relationship between the two brothers”admits Mehdi Nebbou, who shares with us what seems to be his great regret about this new season of HPI.


Sofiane Karadec, played by Omar Mebrouk.

“Sofiane comes back a little indirectly, he is there at certain times, but he will perhaps be a little fed up with this cohabitation since Roxane (Clotilde Hesme) comes to live with Karadec”continues Mehdi Nebbou. “But it’s true that in terms of the story Sofiane is not very present, even if, you will see, in episode 8, Karadec will talk about his brother”.

“I would very much like Sofiane to be more present”concludes the interpreter of Adam Karadec, who understands however that it is not easy for the authors of HPI to make all the characters exist in an equivalent way, since the story is above all centered on the heroine camped by Audrey Fleurot, on Karadec, and on the members of the police station.

“It’s not easy for the authors to honor the talent of all these wonderful actors who play in HPI. The series is more and more choral, but it’s complicated for all the characters to have a big score”.

It remains to be seen what the rest of season 3 of HPI, which continues every Thursday at 9:10 p.m. on TF1, has in store for the two Karadec brothers.

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