The Fires of Love, the series that revolutionized soap

The Fires of Love, the series that revolutionized soap

In March 2023, we’re celebrating the 50th anniversary of Les feus de l’amour and looking back at the making of the series on CBS! There’s even a big conference at Séries Mania on March 20th.

what is the fire of love The story revolves around families living in Genoa City, Wisconsin, USA. The characters of the soap opera are divided into different clans and several families. Initially, the soap opera focused on the rivalry between the Brooks and the Fosters, but has evolved significantly since then. Today, the Chancellors have a strong historical reputation in the city, while the Newmans and the Abbotts dominate the corporate world nationally.

In this time, which is not obvious to anyone, it is good to start with the basics. TV moments that always evoke something. The series I’m going to tell you about today is one of those unmissable events. Whether you’re a fan from the very beginning or saw him at your grandmother’s house in the afternoon, the fire of love has been burning in all of us for more than 30 years. As soon as the few notes of the credits play, we know immediately where we are. In the city of Genoa. When the series arrived on TF1 in 1989, it was far from new to American viewers. There are already more than 3000 episodes and about 16 years of existence. So today I propose to go back to the beginning of this story, beginnings that you probably don’t know. Like his legendary couples (Victor and Nikki), The Fires of Love was born of the unconditional love of a man and a woman: William J. Bell and Lee Philipp Bell, two major figures in American television in many ways.”

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