Masterchef, Love is in the meadow, Don’t touch my post… What does the start of the school year have in store for us on TV?

Here are the TV news for this fall.



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“Love is in the meadow” is making a comeback this Monday evening on M6. Thirteen new farmers, nine men and four women, are going to Paris for speed dating sessions, after receiving letters from their suitors and suitors. The portraits of the farmers had been released last winter.


The return of “Masterchef”

Seven years after the end of the show, the culinary competition “Masterchef” is back on France 2 this Tuesday, August 23. It will be moderated by Agathe Lecaron.


The same evening, TF1 bet on “Mask Singer”. Eighteen personalities will dress up as a Dalmatian, a rose, a baby, a gingerbread man or a pharaoh. We will also find in the cast two international stars.

Talk shows are back

” Do not touch My TV “ on C8 just like TMC with ” Daily “ on TMC and “C to you” on France 5 make their comeback next week, Monday August 29.

According to the press release published on the TPMP twitter account, Cyril Hanouna will be accompanied by new columnists.

The following week is “The best pastry chef” on M6 on Wednesdays and ” Dance with the stars “ on Fridays on TF1 which return to our screens.

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Leaving TF1 to become an actress, Alessandra Sublet left several vacancies. As of September 23, journalist Hélène Mannarino will take her place in “C Canteloup” while Arthur recovers the animation of the “Big competition”.

Laurent Ruquier leaves the Saturday evening box

On the France Television side, Laurent Ruquier decided on the Saturday evening box that he had occupied for 15 years. It is Léa Salamé with whom he co-hosted “We are live” who takes it back.

Laurent Ruquier will always host “The Children of TV” as well as two other programs: “Everything makes us sing” where he will revisit, with his guests, the news in the form of humorous songs, parodies or imitations as well as“Today like yesterday” in which he will use images from yesterday to highlight events of today explains Telestar.

Another change on public television, “Happy Sunday” by Michel Drucker airs on France 3.

On France 5, Augustin Trapenard takes over from François Busnel in
“The Great Library”.





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Masterchef, Love is in the meadow, Don’t touch my post… What does the start of the school year have in store for us on TV? – Newspaper L’Est Éclair