"The impasse" smiled at France 2. Wednesday evening, the public channel rose to the top of the audiences with its TV movie carried by Gwendoline Hamon and Thierry Neuvic. This unprecedented unit federated 3.2 million curious people, or 16.8% of the entire public. Earlier in the day, the special edition dedicated to King Charles III's visit to France had intrigued 1.6 million lovers of crowned heads, for an audience share (PDA) of 21.4%.
TF 1 is second of the evening with the continuation of season 6 of "Good Doctor", its American medical series led by Freddie Highmore. The first two unreleased episodes of the evening fascinated 2.4 million fans, which corresponds to 12.4% of the audience. The market share of the Women Under Fifty Purchasing Officers (FRDA-50) market target rose to 21.6%. Last Wednesday in the same box, they were 2.5 million (14.2% of PDA) at the rendezvous, for 23.3% of FRDA-50.
A little more than a million for "Fontainebleau, the true home of kings"
After the solidarity concert with Morocco last week, M 6 bet again on "The Best Pastry Chef", its entertainment presented by Marie Portolano. The first part of the culinary competition thrilled only 1.9 million gourmets (9.5%). On the FRDA-50 target, however, market share climbs to 21.2%. On Wednesday, September 6, the launch of the show had made 2.1 million curious (11.0%) salivate for its P1.
France 3 is at the foot of the podium with "Fontainebleau, the true home of kings", a documentary odyssey that has embarked only 1.1 million lovers of old stones, for 5.8% of the entire public.
As for the other channels, C 8 is always full with its reruns of "Mongeville". The series played by Francis Perrin attracted 955,000 viewers (5.2%), ahead of the film "Omar m'a ture" on Arte. This feature film directed by Roschdy Zem and starring Sami Bouajila kept 731,000 moviegoers in suspense, or 3.6% of the audience.