“Shipwreck”, “massacre”, “malaise” … “Tous Inconnus” on TF1 was full of viewers and critics

TF1 bet on recycling the sketches of the Inconnus for the evening of Tuesday November 14, 2022 by broadcasting the exclusive program All Unknown. Good choice for the front page which managed to rise to second place in the evening’s ratings, just behind thefinal episode of season 17 of Love is in the meadow.

A total of 3.21 million curious people on average were behind their screen to see sixty personalities replay nineteen of the most cult parodies of the comic trio, according to Médiamétrie. This corresponds to 16.8% of audience. This performance also enabled the Bouygues group channel to be the leader in the audience of women purchasing managers under fifty (FRDA-50) with a 26.9% audience share.

Only the broadcast Love is in the meadow which broadcast the balance sheet of the last seven farmers of the program managed to do better by attracting 4.21 million viewers.

“Giga Malay”

If the program proposed by the front page has attracted a large audience, Internet users have not failed to criticize it. Because knowing how to handle the art of revisiting is not given to everyone and the comments of viewers illustrate the extent to which the sketches, created by Bernard Campan, Pascal Légitimus and Didier Bourdon and broadcast between 1990 and 1993 in the program Strangers TV on Antenna 2, are untouchable.

“Giga malaise”, “massacre”, “shipwreck”, “malaise”… On Twitter, some viewers did not go there with the back of the spoon. “TF1 will have succeeded in destroying a monument of humor from the 1990s”, even wrote a twittos during the show.

For several years, TF1 has been shaping programs using sketches produced by successful comedians around the 2000s, reworking them with contemporary personalities. The channel will do it again in a few months with a special fiction in honor ofA boy a girla humorous program broadcast on France 2 between 1999 and 2003. Chouchou and Loulou will again be played by actors other than Alexandra Lamy and Jean Dujardin.

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