• The TV re-entry for the 2021/2022 season begins this Monday and will spread, depending on the channels and programs, over the coming days and weeks.

  • TF1 and M6 are betting this semester on programs that have proved their worth:



    The Voice

    (in All Stars version) on one side and

    Love and in the meadow


    Le Meilleur pâtissier

    for the second.

  • On the side of France Télévisions, several programs change channel, host, host and / or setting ...

A TV re-entry in dispersed order. The youngest will find their way back to the trays from Monday - this is the case with the new duo from


on France 2 or the journalists from BFMTV. The others will resume on August 30 - the



on TMC,

L'amour est dans le pré

on M6… - or, broadcast on weekends requires, on September 4, like Laurent Ruquier and Léa Salamé in

We are live

on the second channel. The next few weeks will also see the return of flagship shows like

The Voice

, in an “All Stars” or

Le Meilleur pâtissier version

, with a new host, Marie Portolano, at the helm, while France 2 will draw the telecrochet.

The Artist

20 Minutes

takes stock (not exhaustive) on the main changes and novelties.

  • TF1 relies on its cult programs

For this new school year, the first channel is anchoring its program schedule on its fundamentals, which it embellishes with an eventful and spectacular zest. The anniversary season of


(20 years already!) Will be subtitled

The Legend

and will bring together twenty emblematic candidates (Claude, Clémence, Teheiura, Coumba ...) over the coming episodes - we hope - generous in performance, reversals of situations and malignant strategies. The big upheaval is in the day of diffusion: the adventure game leaves its usual box of Friday for that of Tuesday. Kick-off this August 24 at 9:05 p.m. TF1 will soon offer an All Stars version of one of its other flagship programs: 

The Voice


The telecrochet will blow out its ten candles by making compete for the beauty of the gesture (and the music), dozens of talents passed by the show.

Judging by the first images, program devotees can expect nostalgic, surprising and moving Saturday nights.

After a two-year hiatus,

Dance with the Stars

will return with a new jury: Denitsa Ikonomova, Jean Paul Gaultier and François Alu will now distribute the points alongside Chris Marques.

On the track, are announced Wejdene, Tayc, Lola Dubini or Lââm, among others.

In addition, new seasons of

Mask Singer


District Z

were filmed in early summer.

They could land in the semester.

  • Movement at France Télévisions

The public service has composed its re-entry grids with a set of musical chairs. Laurent Bignolas left his chair at


. From Monday, in a new setting, Thomas Sotto and Julia Vignali (coming from M6) will succeed him during the week while another pair will be in charge of the animation on weekends: Damien Thévenot and Maya Lauquet. The latter therefore leaves

La Quotidienne

de France 5 which will continue to present, alone, Thomas Isle, until December. The program will then switch to a weekly version (we'll talk about it in due course). Agathe Lecaron keeps her seat: it's her show,

Les Maternelles

, so far broadcast on France 5, which moves to France 2 where it will be scheduled every day of the week at 9:30 am. At 11:20 am, still on the second channel, Bruno Guillon remains in place but, Les


having bowed out after twenty-six years on the air, he will pilot from August 23, a new game,

Each in turn

, mixing chance , general knowledge and address… On Saturday evenings, a second chair will be installed alongside Laurent Ruquier in

On est en direct

 : Léa Salamé will accompany him throughout the season which will be marked by the presidential election. “We are delighted with this new team. Our first meetings together are going in the right direction ”, had reacted at the beginning of June, with 

20 Minutes

, Philippe Thuillier, co-producer of the talk-show.

If Jean-Marc Généreux had hosted alone, last year, the premiere of




on France 2, he will present the second in the company of Cyril Féraud, after changes have been made to the concept.

But THE big entertainment event on the public service will be

The Artist

 : with this live telecrochet, Nagui wants to reveal the authors, composers and performers of tomorrow.

For now, a few details have filtered out on the concept, but we should know more immediately, the show should land very quickly.

  • M6, flagship programs at the forefront

It's a bit like for TF1: the emblematic programs of the sixth channel will have pride of place at the start of the school year.

Love is in the meadow

will return on August 30 for a sixteenth season of rustic romanticism. As an aperitif, this Monday, M6 will give us news of several couples and singles who made the hearts of the public beat through a "What are they now?" ". The marriage of Matthieu and Alexandre, the lovebirds who marked the previous season, will be told in common thread, prepare your handkerchiefs! 

The best pastry chef

will be entitled to a tenth season with a new recruit to animation: Marie Portolano.

The one who cut her teeth in sports journalism will add her personal touch.

“Where she's best is when she improvises.

She is very funny in real life and brings things that you would not have imagined.

You can tell she's having fun, ”says Jérémie Atlan, entertainment director at BBC Studios, which produces the show.

Cyril Lignac, in addition to returning to the jury of the pastry competition, returns this Monday, live at 6:40 p.m., for a new salvo of

Tous en cuisine

, a successful program born during the first confinement.

From now on, it is no longer in his kitchen that the chef will prepare his recipes but in a vegetable garden installed on a roof in Paris ...

  • As for the news channels ...

What's new on BFM TV? Lots of things. From Monday, every day of the week Yves Calvi will be at

the helm


Calvi 3D

on the 19-20h section. The three Ds in question are those of “decryption, debate and direct”. Natacha Polony will work alongside Aurélie Casse from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. Each evening, she will deliver her gaze on the news and will receive one or one guest each evening. Alain Marschall and Olivier Truchot will reform their duo on the 5-7pm section. Pascale de La Tour du Pin, returns to BFMTV after her years at LCI and she is done with the morning hours. From now on, she will present

Le Dej'info

from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m., focusing on local information. Julien Migaud-Muller remains at the helm of the

First Edition

, between 4.30am and 6am, which he will now co-present with Pauline Pioche, who succeeds Sophie Hebrard.

On CNews, Laurence Ferrari will present a new program from 5 pm to 6 pm which will continue until 7 pm on Europe 1. This is one of the illustrations of the synergies which should emerge between the two media of which Vincent Bolloré is the shareholder. Note that in recent weeks, the radio has seen most of the voices that made the personality of the antenna leave. The sociologist and conservative Quebec essayist Mathieu Bock-Côté will combine the hats of columnist in several shows of the channel and host. In

It is necessary to speak about it

, from August 28, he will carry out with his guests “a decoding of the current events but also of the major current issues” and “which collide with all Western societies, on both sides of the Atlantic”, the channel said in a statement.

On LCI, Pascale de la Tour du Pin will be replaced in the morning by Stefan Etcheverry (from BFMTV) and Hélène Mannarino.

Ruth Elkrief will be there for the 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. section from Monday to Thursday, succeeding Darius Rochebin who will now host a two-part program - one from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. and the other from 10 p.m. to midnight. - on the presidential election on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.


Marie Portolano, a new recruit very exposed on M6


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