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Of Irish origin, the O'Hara clan is tightly knit. In a mirror effect, we will recognize ourselves in this family which, at first glance, looks a little like mine, a little like yours, with one difference. The O'Hara's have money ... a lot of money.
But while money makes life easier, too much money makes it harder. And everything is actually more complicated in the O'Hara family. Mixing business and family life, brothers and sisters have to work together to carve out a place for themselves in the empire. And while the knives may sometimes fly very low, the blood ties remain stronger, and they all inevitably meet on Sunday evenings around the table of Samuel, the clan leader. Revisiting the traditional family saga, the O' series will be anything but conventional. With a sustained rhythm and a hue all its own, O' will push the limits of classic soap opera, creating a new niche for itself in the television landscape.



As a result of the shooting in front of Agua's headquarters, a victim is between life and death. The whole clan is holding its breath and it is only a matter of time before Charles's shenanigans become known to everyone. Valérie Mills sets her conditions for Abbie's adoption: will Gloria agree to negotiate with the enemy? Philip is not at the end of his sorrows whereas Mina seeks to obtain revenge at all costs. Will he be able to preserve his fragile relationship with Eric and his love for Geneviève? Samuel is still waiting for the answer to his re-marriage proposal: will Jacqueline still go ahead with her divorce project? Louisa's good will is no longer enough to preserve harmony with Jean-Seb's ex: will her beautiful dream of a happy reconstituted family go up in smoke? Marie-Ève Renaud, a friend of the O'Hara family, is called in as a backup at Agua. Her arrival brings to the surface many buried memories. With a price on his head, Laurent pushes Solange into her final stronghold. 

Program info

  • Format
    24 episodes / 1 hour
  • Genre
  • Year
  • Broadcaster
  • Director
    Frédérik D'Amours
  • Writers
    Anita Rowan, Martine d’Anjou, Rachel Cardillo, Marie-Frédérique Laberge-Milot, Nathalie Bourdelais et Yves Lapierre (script-éditeur)
  • Producer
    Sophie Deschênes


Guy Nadon, Marie Tifo, Stéphane Demers, Maxim Roy, Louis-David Morasse, Marilyse Bourke, Geneviève Boivin-Roussy, Isabel Richer, Lynda Johnson, Noémie Godin-Vigneault, Laurence Deschênes, Wilson Henley, Micheline Lanctôt, Annette Garant, Benoît Drouin Germain, Marie-Pier Labrecque, Hugo Giroux, Paul Savoie, Catherine Renaud, Sébastien Roberts, Nathalie Coupal, Luc Proulx et Simone-Élise Girard

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