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Audiences: “Les invisibles” prances in the lead on France 2, failure for “Tous à La Réunion!” with Agathe Lecaron, France 3 behind Arte

“New Amsterdam”, “All in Reunion!”, “Les invisibles”… Audiences for the evening of Wednesday November 15, 2023.

Wednesday evening, France 2 gleaned the gold medal from the audience as a bonus. La Deux offered the finale of season 3 of the series “The Invisibles”. Led by Guillaume Cramoisan and Nathalie Cerda, the only new episode of the evening convinced 4.21 million of viewers between 9:11 p.m. and 9:58 p.m. This represents 21.0% of the entire public aged four and over and 5.1% of women responsible for purchasing aged under 50 (FRDA-50). If we take into account the rebroadcast that followed, the evening brought together 3.63 million viewers (19.8% of the public, 4.2% of the FRDA-50). Last Wednesday, the two new episodes of the evening were watched, on average, by 3.45 million viewers (17.9% of the entire public and 4.2% of the FRDA-50).

Throughout the day, France 2 (16.7%) fails a few lengths from TF1 (17.5%). M6 is third (8.2%) ahead of France 3 (7.4%). France 5 is the best of the others (4.0%).

“The best pastry chef” almost stable on M6

M6 ranks second with “The best pastry chef”. Episode 10 of the culinary competition, hosted by Marie Portolano, Cyril Lignac and Mercotte, sustained 2.10 million of viewers between 9:11 p.m. and 10:17 p.m. This corresponds to 10.7% of the public and 22.9% FRDA-50s. The sequel to this BBC Studios France and Kitchen Factory Production co-production tantalized the taste buds of 1.93 million viewers between 10:25 p.m. and 11:18 p.m. (13.8% of the public and 27.4% of FRDA-50). Seven days ago, the two parts of the culinary program had respectively attracted 2.11 million viewers (10.4% of the public and 24.3% of the FRDA-50) then 1.64 million viewers (11.3% of the public and 24.3% of the FRDA-50).

TF1 is only third – being far from the top of the ranking becomes a habit on Wednesday – with the continuation of the series “New Amsterdam”. The first two new episodes of the series with Ryan Eggold – out of the three offered yesterday – were held in suspense 1.90 million of viewers between 9:15 p.m. and 10:55 p.m., i.e. 10.6% public. On the FRDA-50 target, the market share reached 21.1%. Last Wednesday, the same offer attracted 1.71 million viewers (9.1% of the public and 19.8% of the FRDA-50).

France 3 behind Arte

On the cinema side, Arte, fourth, wins the prize with “Mauvaise foi” (2005). Directed by Roschdy Zem, the film with Cécile de France and Pascal Elbé moved 1.01 million viewers, or 5.1% of the public and 1.8% of the FRDA-50.

France 3 is behind with “Tous à La Réunion!”. Presented by Agathe Lecaron and Katiana Castelnau, this entertainment organized around Gérald de Palmas, native artist from the island bordered by the Indian Ocean, entertained 938,000 viewers between 9:09 p.m. and 11:21 p.m. Across the entire public, the market share reached 5.5%. That on the FRDA-50 is established at 1.4%. Seven days ago, in another genre, “Alsace, in the turmoil of History” had informed 1.80 million viewers (9.2% of the public and 3.6% of the FRDA-50).

A hit for Maxime Gasteuil’s show on the commercial target on TMC

C8 also stands out with yet another rebroadcast of “Mongeville”. The series with Francis Perrin intrigued 824,000 viewers, or 4.8% of the public and 1.3% FRDA-50s. In another genre, “Retour aux sources”, the show by Maxime Gasteuil broadcast on TMC, amused 622,000 viewers, which represents 3.7% of the public and 8.3% FRDA-50s.

On France 5, finally, “La grande bibliography”, orchestrated by Augustin Trapenard, cultivated 524,000 viewers between 9:06 p.m. and 10:40 p.m. (2.8% of the public and 0.3% FRDA-50).

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