Saturday hearings: Record for Alex Goude, Laurence Boccolini and Jean-Luc Lemoine in good shape

Saturday hearings: Record for Alex Goude, Laurence Boccolini and Jean-Luc Lemoine in good shape

Midday newspapers

The “13 Hours” – Anne-Claire Coudray (TF1): 4.62 million (40.7%).
The “13 Hours” – Leila Kaddour (France 2) : 2.50 million (22.0%).
“The 12.45” – Nathalie Renoux (M6): 1.21 million (11.3%).
The “12/13 National” – Sophie Le Saint (France 3): 1.10 million (11.5%).

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Anne-Claire Coudray widens the gap with the competition.

Access 7 p.m.

“Don’t forget the lyrics” (France 2): 1.78 million (15.8%).
“50′ inside, the magazine” (TF1): 1.71 million (15.6%).
“C the weekly” (France 5): 743,000 (6.0%).
“TPMP People” Before (C8): 137,000 (1.3%).

Nagui takes over the leadership of access.

The evening newspapers

The “20 Hours” – Anne-Claire Coudray (TF1): 4.14 million (28.4%).
The “20 Hours” – Thomas Sotto (France 2) : 3.61 million (24.9%).
The “19/20 National” – Sophie Le Saint (France 3): 2.03 million (16.9%).
The “19.45” – Nathalie Renoux (M6): 1.38 million (10.5%).

Far fewer viewers watching TV: in one week, the TF1 newscast lost 900,000 viewers and that of France 2 had 500,000 less.

Access 8 p.m.

“8:30 p.m. on Saturday” (France 2): 3.24 million (21.4%).
“Household scenes” (M6): 1.61 million (10.5%).
“Open kitchen” (France 3): 1.23 million (8.0%).
“TPMP People” – Second part (C8): 479,000 (3.0%).
“28 minutes” (Art): 348,000 (2.3%).
“The Mysteries of Love”: 320,000 (2.2%).
“TPMP People” – First part (C8): 213,000 (1.5%).

Scenes of households signs its worst score of the season in this box, on the two indicators.
“8:30 p.m. on Saturday” is at its lowest average of combined viewers.

The sport

“Criterium du Dauphiné” Cycling (France 3): 1.29 million (16.8%).
“Toulouse – La Rochelle” Top 14 Rugby (Canal+): 871,000 (5.2%).
“All sports” (France 3): 690,000 (4.6%).
“Canal Rugby Club” (Canal+): 295,000 (2.0%).

Success for the Top14 play-offs, with nearly 900,000 rugby fans gathered.

Games

“The 12 strokes of noon” (TF1): 2.47 million (32.4%).
“Everyone wants to take their place” (France 2): 1.49 million (18.2%).
“Questions for a super champion” (France 3): 984,000 (12.0%).
“Find the intruder” (France 3): 685,000 (9.3%).
“Everyone has a say” (France 2): 682,000 (8.4%).
“There is no mistake” (France 2): 691,000 (16.3%).

Alex Goude is at the highest audience share.
Record equaled in audience share for Laurence Boccolini at lunchtime, in the Saturday box.

The second part of the evening

“Murders in Guérande” – Telefilm (France 3): 2.00 million (19.1%).
“The blooper” (TF1): 784,000 (14.9%).
“We are live, the best” (France 2): 609,000 (9.4%).

To note

“Great Reports” (TF1): 2.01 million (21.8%).
“1:15 p.m., Saturday” (France 2): 1.84 million (16.8%).
“Laughing Saturday” (France 3): 1.21 million (13.1%).
“At the end of the investigation” (France 2): 1.06 million (11.8%).
“The docs of the weekend” (TF1): 762,000 (10.2%).
“C in the air” (France 5): 755,000 (9.2%).
“Telematin” (France 2): 643,000 (25.1%).

Jean-Luc Lemoine confirms his good scores of his last weeks with still a score well above his average in audience share.

Médiamétrie figures.

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