What an era! – “Only glitter!”, “No interest”, “It’s serious not to have a show up to par”: for the last of the season, Léa Salamé’s show disappoints Internet users

What an era! – “Only glitter!”, “No interest”, “It’s serious not to have a show up to par”: for the last of the season, Léa Salamé’s show disappoints Internet users
What an era! – “Only glitter!”, “No interest”, “It’s serious not to have a show up to par”: for the last of the season, Léa Salamé’s show disappoints Internet users

A final show that is not very political. This Saturday evening, Léa Salamé, Christophe Dechavanne, Philippe Caverivière and Paul de Saint Sernin host the 33rd and final show of the season of “Quelle époque!” on France 2. For the latter, the show team once again received a panel of guests from all walks of life. Léa Salamé and her acolytes thus received the filmmaker Laurence Arné accompanied by her companion, Dany Boon, to talk about a crazy comedy (and a real family adventure, Laurence Arné is the director, her sister, Caroline, is co-producer, her companion is an actor and we find his brother-in-law in music!), “The Hennedricks Family”. Alongside the couple, fans of the show were able to find actor Tomer Sisley. The actor spoke at length about his passion for his profession which has driven him since he was very young, he, who spent a childhood in Berlin with an absent mother before finding his father in the South of France and who today shares the poster for “Largo Winch: The Silver Prize” (in theaters July 31) with James Franco. Bérénice Bejo came to talk about the global success of “Sous la Seine”, a film broadcast on Netflix which has been setting the counters crazy since its release: more than 40 million views in just eight days!

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Music is also very present this evening: Matthieu Chédid, alias -M-, came to present the album that he shares with another renowned guitarist, Thibault Cauvin. The two musicians thus offered an overview of the titles that make up their joint album, entitled “L’Heure Miroir”, where we find covers, unreleased titles but also revisited hits from -M-. The actor and singer Agustin Galiana, who is probably hiding under the Hippopotamus costume in “Mask Singer”, came to talk about “Enamorado”, his third album entirely dedicated to love. Gaël Tchakaloff completes tonight’s cast. For her new work, entitled “Life to Death”, the novelist chose to talk about Lea Vicens, the French horse bullfighter. Despite the quality of this casting, many Internet users have pointed out the (almost) major absence from this last show of the season: politics. As the first round of the legislative elections approaches in a particularly chaotic context in France, X users felt that the subjects discussed this evening on the set were far too far from their current concerns…

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