It's an earthquake in the world of TV games.

Numbers and Letters

, one of the oldest programs on French television, will no longer be broadcast at the end of the day on weekdays.

The announcement was made this Wednesday morning during the France Télévisions conference, reports the Huffington Post in particular.

This is another game that will replace

Numbers and Letters

.

A new program presented by Cyril Féraud,

Duels en famille

, which will see two families from two different regions compete.

"This choice of program is part of the public service's desire to 'regionalise' France 3 more", explained Stéphane Sitbon-Gomez, director of antennas and programs at France Télévisions.

And what about the interplay of vowels and consonants?

“Rejuvenate this box”

Numbers and letters

are not going away, at least not right away.

The cult game will now be broadcast on Saturdays and Sundays at 5 p.m., still on France 3. , and this is the best solution we have found,” said Stéphane Sitbon-Gomez.

Bertrand Renard, Arielle Prat and Laurent Romejko should remain at the helm of the show.

Numbers and letters

is the oldest TV program, after

Le jour du Seigneur

, broadcast every Sunday morning on France 2. It was created in 1965 on the second channel of the ORTF, and was then called

Le longest word

.

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