An ephemeral “Late Show”? TF1 was careful not to communicate on this topic during their back to school conference. Alain Chabat is about to take control of a French “Late Show”every evening at 23:00 from now“He declared – without further details – in a hilarious trailer, inspired by the stumbles of King Carlos III with an insubordinate pen.
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A “Late Show” from November 21 to December 2
But according to information from “C Médiatique”, France 5’s Sunday media meeting, this program of events, acclaimed by social networks, would be broadcast in a reduced period. “It would be a salvo of a dozen programs broadcast in a row during the World Cup in Qatar“, explains the voiceover of the program presented by Mélanie Tavarant.
Between Monday, November 21 and Friday, December 2, TF1 will broadcast, in fact, every afternoon at 8:00 p.m. a match of the 2022 World Cup on its antenna. These twelve consecutive evenings must therefore be articulated according to the following model: the diary of the “20 Hours” by Gilles Bouleau and Anne-Claire Coudray will logically be brought forward in the box from 7 to 8 pm. Denis Brogniart would take to the air for the debriefing of the meeting, “Le mag de la Coupe du monde”, at around 10:00 p.m. and Alain Chabat and his team would join the apparatus in the box at 11:00 p.m.
In recent years, Alain Chabat, iconic figure of Dummies and Canal+, has abandoned the encrypted channel in favor of the TF1 group in recent years. Let’s salute for the reprise in 2018 of “Burger Quiz”, broadcast of the années Canal, sur TMC, l’acteur et présentateur s’essaiera cet automne à un well-known irrévérencieux genre des Américains mais que n’a jamais rencontré son public en France. TF1 has broken his teeth there several times.
Jean-Pierre Foucault and Arthur broke their teeth there
In 2001, Jean-Pierre Foucault had tried his luck with “We’ll have warned you”, a program in the second part of the evening heavily inspired by David Letterman’s entertainment. The driver of ‘Who wants to be a millionaire’ then received his guests with his butt on the desk, spoke about cinema, theater and entertainment while trying his luck in an unprecedented exercise for him, humor. The program had to stop two months after its launch, due to lack of audience.
Arthur, a young animator new to television, had also launched a late show on TF1 in 1992. Entitled “Arthur, the impossible show” and broadcast at midnight, the show had to stop after just one season. In May 2013, the presenter tried the experiment again with “Tonight with Arthur”. The program had not lasted forever in the programming: it had been stopped in October of the same year… due to lack of public!