Faced with "SWAT" on TF1, France 3 has done well to focus on a social theme through the traits of Isabelle Carré in his fiction "La Maladroite".
What did the French watch on TV this Tuesday night?
This Tuesday, it is France 3 which ranked at the top of the hearings of the evening with "La Maladroite", unreleased French TV movie with Isabelle Carré. A societal fiction on a difficult theme, that of child abuse, which was followed by 4.5 million people (19.6% audience share).
TF1 is second with new episodes of season 3 of "SWAT", his American series worn by Shemar Moore. 3.9 million people were present at the meeting (17.4% of the public).
In third place, we find M6 with a new issue of season 14 of "France has an Incredible Talent", the artist competition hosted by David Ginola. This fifth evening of auditions was attended by 3.1 million French (15% of audience share).
At the foot of the podium, it's France 2 with a new issue of "Cash Investigation", the magazine presented by Elise Lucet. "Cash Investigation" which, one year after the Yellow Vests crisis, was interested in the tax reforms put in place by the government. A number that was watched by two million viewers (9.2% audience share).
On the side of other channels?
"My child is homo" by Pascal Petit on France 5 gathered 800,000 viewers (3.4% of the public).
"Jihadists from father to son" on Arte, Talal Derki's documentary (which followed
for more than two years a Syrian family of radical Islamists) has gathered 600,000 people (2.7% of the public).