On a desert island, around twenty candidates face hunger, overcome Herculean tests and compete in trickery to avoid being eliminated. This is the winning formula of one of the most emblematic televised games of the last twenty years: "Koh-Lanta".
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Released for the first time in August 2001, the French adaptation of "Survivor" has had its ups and downs. It even went to the brink of eliminating the antenna, after the death of a participant. But his resistance seems to be foolproof. Evidenced by the enthusiasm of the French for the edition that has just ended. The program was able to broaden its audience of faithful to the point of establishing itself as a real social phenomenon during the confinement.
Each week, between February and early June, 6.8 million viewers on average, or 27% of the public, followed the adventures of the "Koh-Lanta" tribe on TF1. And up to 7.4 million for the final. A record since 2013 and a worthy score
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