The cult telecrochet which revealed Grégory Lemarchal, Nolwenn Leroy or even Jenifer will settle on the front page around 5:30 p.m., on the box occupied by the docu-reality program “Large families, life in XXL”, before the daily soap operas “Ici everything begins” and “Tomorrow belongs to us”.
For this comeback, announced last month, TF1 intends to take advantage of social networks, still in their infancy when Star’Ac stopped on its antenna after 7 years in 2008, before a brief return to NRJ 12 in 2012- 2013.
A casting has already been launched on TikTok for the recruitment of students, who will meet at the Vives-Eaux castle in Dammarie-les-Lys (Seine-et-Marne) and whose adventures can be followed live and continuously on MyTF1.
Playing the nostalgia card, the TF1 group also announced an event evening for the 20th anniversary of the series “A guy a girl”, with sketches reinterpreted by other actors, as well as the reformation of the Inconnus, also the time of a prime time, with a new mini-fiction and tributes from other artists.
On the transfer window side, the channel specified that LCI journalist Hélène Mannarino would succeed Alessandra Sublet at the presentation of C Canteloup.
Pending its merger with M6, which must be validated by the authorities before the end of the year, TF1 is also banking on its fiction, in particular on the series “Les Combattantes”.
This “romantic and feminist fresco”, with a budget of more than 20 million euros, was designed by the same team as the “Bazar de la Charité” and will be carried by the same shock trio: Audrey Fleurot, Camille Lou and Julie de Bona, joined by Sofia Essaïdi.
Regarding TV movies, TF1 will broadcast “Le Mystère Daval” on the news item of the same name, or “Le Colosse aux pieds d’argile” with Eric Cantona in the role of an ex-rugby player raped as a child.
Autumn also promises to be sporty with the Women’s Rugby World Cup in New Zealand (October 8 – November 12) and the FIFA World Cup in Qatar (November 21 – December 18).