Pierre-Yves, witness of "Operation Renaissance" on M6, during his interview with Karine Le Marchand -

Camille HOBAKET / M6

The very concept of Karine Le Marchand's show,

Opération renaissance

on M6, had caused unease, and confirmation after two numbers, that viewers did not adhere to it either.

Indeed, the program gathered only 1.71 million people Monday evening for a market share of 7.5%.

It's 100,000 less than last week for the launch, and it's mostly only the fifth score of the evening.

M6 was thus beaten by TF1 and its French series


(4.5 million viewers, 20.5% of PDA), France 2 and the British series

The Bay

(2.55 million and 11% of PDA), France 3 and

History Secrets

(1.95 million and 8.7% PDA), and even W9 with the film

The Fall of London

(1.93 million and 8.3% PDA).

Operation Renaissance

is followed by the Arte film,

La Baule-les-Pins

by Diane Kurys with Nathalie Baye and Jean-Pierre Bacri.

A film scheduled before the announcement of the death of the actor.

It attracted 1.63 million moviegoers, for a 6.8% audience share.


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