The competition could not do anything on Monday night against the historic series of TF1 "The Bazaar of Charity" which was again a great success audience.
What did the French watch on television on Monday night?
This Monday, TF1 easily dominated the hearings of the evening with the continuation of its historical drama "The Bazaar of Charity" with Audrey Fleurot, Julie de Bona and Josiane Balasko. It was the third evening of the "Bazaar" with episodes five and six and these were followed by 6.27 million viewers (27.8% of audience share).
In second place, we find M6 with the fourteenth evening of "Love is in the meadow", the show of Karine Le Marchand. This was the first part of the report, this evening where the faithful were able to know if the farmers are in a couple or single. On average, the show gathered 3.58 million romantics (15.8% audience share).
France 3 is third with a new issue of "Secrets d'histoire", the history magazine presented by Stéphane Bern. "Secrets of history" who was interested this Monday in Anne de France, the daughter of King Louis XI, who was regent of the kingdom of France in the fifteenth century. The epics of Anne of France fascinated 2.22 million scholars (9.2% of the public).
At the foot of the podium, it's France 2 with the rest of the American series "The Fix". After its soft start last week, "The Fix" gathered 1.85 million people (7.6% of audience share).
On the side of other channels?
TMC aimed far Monday night with "Star Wars Episode I, The Phantom Threat", the first episode of the second trilogy of George Lucas (1999). They were 1.4 million in front of the 10 (7% of the public).
A word from the November hearings?
And the winner is TF1 again. The one dominated the hearings but stalled just before the bar of the 20% of audience share with 19.9%. The audience of TF1 continues to fragment slowly since it is its worst month of November history.
November, which in turn benefited France 2 in great shape with 13.9% of PDA and M6 which displays beautiful colors and strengthens its position as the third channel in France with 9.6% of audience share.
On the other hand, Gulli will be able to forget the month of November. With 1.2% of audience share, the youth channel is at its lowest since June 2008.
Note the beautiful fall of BFMTV over a year, which loses 1.2 points of PDA. It must be said that last year, in November, audiences BFMTV had flown with the yellow vests crisis.