TF1 achieved the second best launch score for a French fiction of the year with "The Bazaar of Charity" aired for the first time this Monday night. They were 6.8 million French to follow this historical fiction with Josiane Balasko, Camille Lou or Stéphane Guillon.
What did the French watch on television on Monday night?
This Monday, TF1 has literally set fire to the hearings with the launch of the new and much anticipated mini-series event "The Bazaar of Charity". A fiction in costumes with big budget on heroines incarnated by Julie de Bona, Audrey Fleurot and Camille Lou but also with Josiane Balasko or Stéphane Guillon. The key, therefore, a blazing audience success since TF1 has gathered 6.8 million viewers (31%
In second place, we find M6 with a new evening (the twelfth) of "Love is in the meadow", the show of Karine Le Marchand. This Monday, they were 3.3 million to follow the love stories of farmers of the Six (14.8% of the public).
France 2 is third with the French TV movie "On l'appelait Ruby". It was already the third broadcast of this telefilm dated only June 2017. 2.1 million people followed this fiction with Mélanie Doutey (9.3% of audience share).
At the foot of the podium, it is France 3 with a new issue of the magazine "The world of Jamy", presented by Jamy Gourmaud. The presenter glasses who tried to check this Monday if global warming worsens the risk of storm on the French coast. 1.5 million French spent the evening with Jamy (6.9% audience share).
On the side of other channels?
TMC was betting this Monday night on a new part of "Captain America" with "The soldier of the winter" which brought together 1.2 million moviegoers (5.8%.
The info to remember this Monday night?
A point on the audiences of Nicolas Canteloup who offered a new version of "C'est Canteloup" on TF1 at 20h50 with a technique of "morphing". The imitator of Europe 1 has taken on the traits of several personalities including Emmanuel Macron, François Hollande, Nicolas Sarkozy or Kylian Mbappé in front of 5.9 million curious (24.2% of the public).