“Plus belle la vie” and “Ici tout commence”: why won’t you see your series during the Olympics?

“Plus belle la vie” and “Ici tout commence”: why won’t you see your series during the Olympics?
“Plus belle la vie” and “Ici tout commence”: why won’t you see your series during the Olympics?

From Monday July 26, TF1’s two daily soap operas will disappear from the schedules for two weeks.

The cause: the broadcast of the Paris 2024 Olympic Games on France Télévisions.

TF1 will instead offer reruns of “Camping Paradis” every afternoon.

Fans of Life is more beautiful, even more beautiful et Here it all begins will have to be patient. Starting July 26, the two daily soap operas produced by Newen will disappear from TF1’s schedules until Monday, August 12. In order to avoid any competition with the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, which will be broadcast from Friday, July 26 to Sunday, August 11 on France Télévisions, TF1 has chosen to preserve its series, which are enjoying great success.

Instead, viewers will be treated to reruns of the series all afternoon. Camping paradis with Laurent Ournac. Life is more beautiful, even more beautiful et Here it all begins will therefore return to the air on Monday August 12 at 1:50 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.

“Tomorrow Belongs to Us” Remains on Air

Launched in November 2020 and followed by nearly 3 million followers on average, Here it all begins follows the adventures of the students and teachers of the prestigious Auguste Armand Institute of Gastronomy in Camargue. As for Life is more beautiful, even more beautiful – watched by 2.3 million viewers – it was relaunched on TF1 on January 8 after having enjoyed success on France 3.

That fans of Tomorrow belongs to us rest assured. The series led by Ingrid Chauvin, Alexandre Brasseur and Samy Gharbi will remain on the air all summer at 7:10 p.m., its usual time slot.


Rania HOBALLAH

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