The teens of “SKAM France” give you rendez-vous at the cinema. France Télévisions is planning – starting on Wednesday – the trailer for season 4 exclusively in dark rooms. Discover it first-hand… For the 4th season to its event series SKAM, France Télévisions is preparing to deploy a wide device, with the projection of the new trailer for the series at the cinema. From this Wednesday, 10 April, audiences will be able to discover this promotional video in their cinema room as usual. This one will be distributed until 24 April next in not less than 1673 rooms networks Gaumont-Pathé and UGC, Paris, Ile-de-France and the major provincial cities : Lille, Marseille, Lyon, Toulouse, Bordeaux, Caen, Nancy, Grenoble, Nantes, Strasbourg, Rouen, Douais, Lens, Cannes, Nice or Toulon. We offer you to watch exclusively on AlloCiné. Skam France : season 4 to the height of the previous one ? We have seen the first episodes Adapted from a series of Norwegian success, SKAM France enables you to follow the daily life of a band of high school students and to deal with correctness of the difficulties encountered by these Millenials. The other peculiarity of the series is to focus each season on a given character. After the theme of homosexuality in season 3 around Lucas (Axel Auriant), these new episodes are interested in Imane (Assa Sylla), which sees his certainties waver with the return to the city of Sofiane (Laish Salameh), the friend of her brother. Troubled, the teenager will end up torn between her attraction to the young man, his faith, his values and the expectations of his family. It is important to know that the programming of the series is itself original. Each day, the sequences are published on the France TV Slash, at the time of the week where the plot is supposed to unfold. The entire episode is then available every Friday at 18h on the same platform. Sunday at 20h40, France 4 diffuse to turn the episode on its antenna. The first episode of season 4 has been scheduled for this Sunday, April 7, on the chain of the TNT… and remains accessible on France TV Slash.