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A cult telecrochet from the 2000s could return to your screens


It's time for comebacks. It would seem that the success of the program "Star Academy" broadcast on TF1 last fall has inspired other productions.

20 years later.

Trends are definitely cyclical.

After the highly appreciated return of the “Star Academy” telecrochet last October, the trend is towards a comeback.

This time, it's a hit show from the 2000s:



And if it had only known four seasons on M6, from 2001 to 2003, and in 2007, then an edition in 2013 on D8, French musical reality TV could experience a renaissance.

The show had revealed artists such as Chimène Badi, the L5s, Matt Pokora – with the Linkup group – or the singer Sheryfa Luna.

"That would be a nice shot..."

The big change would be the delivery mode.

It would be done via the American streaming platform belonging to the Amazon group: Prime Video.

"A new version of the show is currently in the validation phase at Prime Video, Amazon's SVoD platform"

, according to information from Le



In terms of production, it would be Banijay, via ALP associated with DMLS TV, having already worked for the return of Star Ac'.

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The success of Star Academy on TF1 has visibly whetted the appetite.

It's smart because the writing of


corresponds well to a platform.

It would be a nice blow for Amazon

, ”a producer told the media.

However, that the fans of the first hour refrain.

This return of the show is not yet fully acquired.

Contacted by the French newspaper, the streaming platform made no comment.

So the mystery remains...

Source: lefigaro

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