Return of France Télévisions: These incarnations which inherit new programs

Return of France Télévisions: These incarnations which inherit new programs

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It’s been 50 years since he made the press conferences of France Télévisions. It started with General de Gaulle! He is the one who is launching the first novelty of this season!“. It is in these terms that Stéphane Sitbon-Gomez, the head of the antennas and programs of France Télévisions welcomed on stage this Wednesday Michel Drucker on the occasion of the group’s back-to-school press conference. The veteran of the PAF , who will celebrate his 60th career in 2024, will make his comeback this year on France 3 thanks to the transfer of “Vivement dimanche”, scheduled at 1:30 p.m.

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Cyril Féraud is still gaining momentum

On this same channel, Cyril Féraud will hunt Laurent Romejko and “Numbers and Letters” for a new game in regional colors, “Family Duels”. In addition to maintaining his other programs, the 30-year-old will offer new entertainment in the first part of the evening, but this time on France 2, “100% logical, the answer is right before your eyes”. A quiz that will test “logic, observation and common sense“according to France Télé.

No flagship recruit this year for the public service but many new appointments for the animators. On France 2, Frédéric Lopez will make his comeback on the air to take the reins every Sunday afternoon of the show “A Sunday in the Country”, a format inspired by “The unexpected parenthesis” where he will receive three personalities for a weekend. Also on Sunday afternoon, on the same channel, Jarry will host “See you at Jarry’s” (working title), where the man – who keeps the “Big Show” in prime time – “will test the tips and content that have fascinated social networks“, according to the press kit.

New format on Saturday evening on France 2 for Léa Salamé

After having tested the Saturday evening box alongside Laurent Ruquier, Léa Salamé will inherit a new program in this box: exit “We are live”, place at “We can’t say anything more”. A talk show with a still provisional title, which will take place on an arena-shaped set. Very little information has filtered out, but the maintenance of the live broadcast which made the hallmark of Laurent Ruquier’s show for two seasons is unlikely.

La Deux will continue to bet on its famous host, to whom the M6 ​​group regularly makes foot calls, by giving him two new appointments in prime time: “Everything makes us sing” (provisional title) where the news will be revisited in the form of humorous songs and “Today Like Yesterday” which will use archival footage to shed light on today’s events. And fans can be reassured, “Les enfants de la télé” will continue next season.

“Masterchef” will make its arrival on the public service under the leadership of Agathe Lecaron. Laurence Boccolini will ensure his side “Sketch Story”, primetime humor entertainment. Also on France 2, “The meetings of the Papotin” will see personalities being interviewed by people with autistic disorders, with comedian Gilles Lellouche as the first guest.

In the fiery vein of “An eye on the planet”, Djamel Mazi will embody a new second-evening event dedicated to international news and politics in “Border Line”.

Caroline Roux on France 2 in prime time and on France 5 daily

On France 5, Caroline Roux – who will receive the monthly presentation of “The political show” in prime time on France 2 – will benefit from an extended version of “C dans l’air” from 5.30 p.m. with the module “C’s Guest in the Air”. The journalist will receive a guest in connection with the news every day. This 5:30 p.m. box has until now been occupied by Mélanie Taravant’s “C à dire”, which will ensure the great return of a media program on the fifth channel, six years after “Médias le mag”. In “C media” every weekend, she will do a round of media news, all channels and all platforms combined. Finally, every Wednesday, François Busnel will leave the keys to his “Grande Librairie” to Augustin Trapenard – one of the rare new faces this season with Diego Buñuel on France 2 for a new environmental meeting, “Animal instinct”, in addition to “Thalassa adventure extreme” which switches to France 5. Every Sunday, Karim Rissouli will finally give way to Thomas Snégaroff for “C Politique”.

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