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Disney+ has released the official Parallels trailer for its forthcoming French sci-fi drama, which centers around a group of friends who suddenly get involved in a time-traveling mystery where three of them turned into their adult versions. All six episodes are scheduled to make their debut on March 23.

The video, which you can check out below, begins with four teenagers as their lives completely changed due to an unexplainable electrical phenomenon. What was supposed to be a normal and fun night turns into a confusing missing person case.

“We wanted to tell a fantastic story about teenagers, at an age when you leave innocence and the bonds of friendship are unfailing,” creator Quoc Dang Tran said in a statement. “The special effects and the spectacular elements were less important to us than the emotions and the intimacy – we were perfectly heard by the Disney teams who accompanied us throughout the project with enthusiasm.”

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Parallels is set to explore involves parallel worlds, temporal paradoxes, new love, family ties, and decisive choices. It stars Thomas Chomel (Clem), Omar Mebrouk (Les Invisibles), Jules Houplain (HPI), Jade Pedri (Ils étaient dix), Naidra Ayadi (Stillwater), Guillaume Labbé (The Hookup Plan), Gil Alma (César Wagner), Elise Diamant (Mensonges), Dimitri Storoge (La Révolution), Agnès Miguras (ASKIP), Maxime Bergeron (Fantasies), Victoria Eber (Beyond Appearances), and Timoté Rigault.

“It tells the story of four friends – Bilal, Romane, Samuel, and Victor – whose lives are turned upside down when a mysterious event scatters the group into different timelines,” reads the synopsis. “The four teenagers will do all they can to understand what has happened and try to get back to the carefree innocence of their former lives.”

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The mystery series is created and produced by Quoc Dang Tran through Daïmôn Films. It is co-written by Anastasia Heinzl and directed by Benjamin Rocher and Jean-Batiste Saurel. It is produced by Empreinte digitale’s Raphaël Rocher and Eric Laroche.

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