On Sunday evening, France 2 will lead the audience with “La Grande vadrouille”, the cult film directed by Gérard Oury. The Bourvil-De Funès duo made an average of 4.16 million viewers laugh, according to Médiamétrie. Seen in front of the television by 21.0% of viewers, the classic of French cinema once again confirms its popularity with the French. Market share reached 12.6% among procurement managers under 50 (FRDA-50).
During its last prime-time broadcast, “La Grande vadrouille” had reached 4.26 million nostalgic fans or 22.9% of the audience and a market share of x% of the commercial target.
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TF1 comes second with the new Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, directed by David Yates. The spin-off of the Harry Potter saga, written by JK Rowling, has won over 3.83 million magic lovers. The contrast between Johnny Depp and Jude Law has a market share of 20.3% among people four years old (4+). The chain leads the female demographic with a 33.7% market share of women responsible for purchases under the age of 50.
When it hit theaters, the feature film had 4.04 million admissions in 2018, according to Allocine.
In 2020, the first part, Fantastic Beasts, attracted 5.46 million Harry Potter fans (24.8% 4+ / 38.3% FRDA-50).
M6 follows with the new animated film The Lion King, directed by Jon Favreau. The Disney classic, reimagined in a spectacular way, delighted 3.12 million children big and small, which corresponds to a market share of 16.0% of the total audience. Simba has a 26.6% market share among female purchasing managers under fifty.
In theaters in 2019, the technical prowess of realistically rendering animated characters was appreciated by 9.75 million moviegoers.
France 3 is lagging behind with an unreleased New Zealand series Brokenwood. The penultimate episode of the seventh season entitled “In the Spotlight” had 2.01 million followers. The market share is 9.9% for the four year olds and over (2.1% for FRDA-50).
Last week, just before election night, the series had attracted 1.91 million viewers (8.6% 4+). In the normal configuration, a week earlier it was 2.42 million (10.8% 4+ / 3.5% FRDA-50).
None of the other channels exceeds a million. Arte offered a classic western “Nevada Smith” directed by Henry Hathaway. Steve McQueen gained over 762,000 admissions, representing 3.9% of the audience.