After his predictable but resounding departure from Europe 1 this summer, Nicolas Canteloup returns on Monday on TF1, 9 p.m., to continue his journey with his show, his pastille, C’est Canteloup.
Always accompanied by Alessandra Sublet, the comedian, who does not have many equivalents in his ability to imitate the personalities of this world, will sketch the news with a touch of irony, insolence, spice and dishonest.
A few months before the presidential elections, Nicolas Canteloup’s playing field is inevitably very exciting.
Launched in 2011, the show, first presented by the duo Nicolas Canteloup-Niko Aliagas before Sublet took over in 2018, will therefore begin its eleventh season on TF1.
What if the daily show was filmed in Cannes? In any case, this is what they are saying since the duo could record their daily life at the Bastide Rouge, in Cannes, within the new center of excellence dedicated to the development of the creative economy and image professions. , opened last May.
Local roots that would make sense, especially for Alessandra Sublet since the latter moved to the Cannes hinterland last spring. A nice party for the neighbors in a way for this new season of C’est Canteloup.
Initially, when the show was installed on the channel’s antennas, TF1 wanted to renew the genre, namely the box of impertinence, a style that had disappeared since the end of the Bébête Show, sixteen years ago. .
Proposed in the wake of the 8 p.m. news and before evening prime time, C’est Canteloup quickly established itself as an audience success. Designed to appeal to a large audience, the same one that sits in front of the evening news, C’est Canteloup has, at times, reached dizzying audiences, with peaks of 9.9 million people or 36% share of hearing in November 2014.