TF1 is largely ahead of hearings on Monday night with these two episodes of his French fiction "The Bazaar of Charity" which tells the story of the fire historisue that marked Paris. Camille Lou, Josiane Balasko and Stéphane Guillon attracted more than 6.2 million viewers.

What did the French watch on television on Monday night?

This Monday, TF1 has largely ranked at the top of the hearings with the continuation of its French series event "The Bazaar of Charity" including Audrey Fleurot and Josiane Balasko. After its huge start last week in front of almost seven
million French, the historic series of the A has collected 6.26 million viewers (28% of audience share).

In second place, we find M6 with the thirteenth evening of "Love is in the meadow", the show of Karine Le Marchand. 13 evenings and there are still some in front of us! Still no weariness for afficionados of rural love
since the show gathered 3.3 million romantics (15% audience share).

France 2 is third with a novelty. La Deux who proposed this Monday a brand new American series, entitled "The Fix". A series in just ten episodes that features the clash between a prosecutor and a movie star suspected of killing his girlfriend. Was there a curiosity effect for "The Fix"? 2.2 million viewers followed this first evening (9.3% audience share).

At the foot of the podium, it's France 3 with a new issue of the magazine "Must not dream", presented by Philippe Gougler. On the program, an escapade in the Cevennes in which 1.9 million French participated (8.1% of the public).

On the side of other channels?

Arte broadcasted the cult favorite "The train whistles three times" by Fred Zinnemann with Gary Cooper and Grace Kelly, a film of 1952 that has yet gathered 1.3 million viewers (5.3% of the public).

TMC bet on Monday the blockbuster "Captain America: Civil War" with Chris Evans, 973,000 fans of Marvell were gathered before the tenth channel.