Things are on the move for the 2021 TV season!
As every year, the TV channels redesign the program schedules to increase audiences the following year. A very large market then unfolds where the channels enter into negotiations with each other as well as with popular presenters. Rather comparable to the Mercato which exists in football, that of TV is followed by the public with great interest. Here is a quick summary of what will change for you at the start of the 2018 school year.
Hanouna loses two columnists
The program Touche Pas à Mon Poste still attracts as many audiences thanks to its star presenter Cyril Hanouna. However, the latter loses two of his columnists. The first, Camille Lombal leaves the show to join TF1 and host dance with the stars . Julien Courbet joins m6 and W9 to present the program Capital on Sundays as well as other prime time programs . These are two great prospects for the two hosts who take the reins of their own shows. The m6 TV transfer window begins and ends well, as the channel signs one of the most important “transfers” of the year.
Cymès leaves the health magazine
Much to the regret of fans of the France 5 Health Magazine in the afternoon, Michel Cymès, the most famous doctor of the PAF will leave the show after twenty years to host a Talk Show in the second part of the evening on France 2. On the other hand, he will continue to lead the Enquête de Santé. You will therefore find his outspokenness and his sense of humor the evening after the prime time program.
Salhia Brakhlia returns in daily
The young journalist had been trained in the daily team of Yann Barthes then went to work at BFMTV. Until then, she presented a chronicle L’œil de Salhia , in the program Grand Angle . At the start of the school year, Salhia Brakhlia returns to the daily team to present her own decryption sequence. The show is therefore reinforced here by an experienced journalist .
Nikos Aliagas at the Morning
The star presenter of TF1 will resume L a Matinale on Europe 1 from the start of September. He will therefore replace Patrick Cohen at the helm of one of the most popular radio shows at the moment. It is therefore a very good year looming for Nikos Aliagas who leaves his place to Laura Sublet in Ici c’est Canteloup , but who still keeps his place as host of the famous show The Voice .
The end of the Drucker / Delahousse battle
Last year, the affair made a lot of noise in the PAF. Michel Drucker, the best-known and longest-serving presenter of French television, has had his airtime cut off. Le Vivement Dimanche the most watched Sunday show on TV had to be shortened to make way for the Children of TV and then 7 p.m. on Sunday with Laurent Delahousse. The star host did not hide his disappointment in an interview and even announced that he would recover this airtime, considering his rival incapable of making the expected audience. It has been done this year since the 7 p.m. program has simply been replaced by Les Enfants de la Télé with Laurent Ruquier.