What is this new program that TF1 is betting on?

TF1 Alain Chabat oversees the all-new Late Show broadcast on TF1 from November 21 to December 2 to coincide with the 2022 World Cup dates.

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Alain Chabat oversees the all-new Late Show broadcast on TF1 from November 21 to December 2 to coincide with the 2022 World Cup dates.

TELEVISION – A host in costume, a sofa to welcome guests, an orchestra… With this late show, Alain Chabat ticks all the boxes of the format for his new show, which will air every day from this Monday, November 21 to December 2. With the dates of the football world championship to be held in Qatar.

The actor, comedian and director tried his hand at TV hosting in the early 2000s with “Burger Quiz” on Canal+ and then on TMC in 2018. In an equally comfortable setting, but this time at the end of the evening and on TF1, he will host guests such as Guillaume Canet, Léna Situations, Orelsan, Stéfi Celma, Jamel Debbouze Jean-Pascal Zadi or Edouard Bar.

But what is the “late show”?

In principle, a late show is a program broadcast at the end of the evening, rather than at 11:00 p.m. This is a format that is very much embodied by his assistant. Most of the time, whoever takes over comes from the world of comedy. Depending on the format, the program mixes interviews with guests, sketches and live music in front of an audience. It begins with a monologue by the presenter, combining news and humor in a classic format.

The tradition of late-night shows in the United States dates back to the mid-1950s with the Tonight Show. From 1962 it was Johnny Carson who took over after Steve Allen and then Jack Paar. He remained at the helm of the program for 30 years. Many talents like Dolly Parton, Jim Carrey or Tom Hanks also made their debut in this show. The Tonight Show is currently hosted by Jimmy Fallon.

Among the most popular late-night show hosts on American television are Jimmy Kimmel, Trevor Noah, James Corden and Jimmy Fallon. The flagship moment of a telecast, the late show, represents the moment when a guest (actor, musician, politician, etc.) wins the public’s favor.

Late shows, a dying concept?

But Americans are increasingly avoiding late-night shows. According to the American press The Wrap, Jimmy Kimmel averaged 1.14 million in August, compared to 2.5 million in 2015. Jimmy Fallon averaged 1.34 million American television viewers, more than double what it did in 2015. On the other hand, they continue to collect their subscribers. their YouTube channel. They have 18 and 30 million, respectively.

Trevor Noah, the lead host of “The Daily Show” (Comedy Central), is leaving the ship after 7 years of good and loyal service. Such is the case for James Corden, who has left the Late Late Show (CBS) and the cult Carpool Karaoke he has hosted since 2015.

Late demonstrations have been attempted many times in France. In 1992, Arthur tried to apply the concept by presenting the work “Impossible emission”. TF1. The host repeated the experiment in 2010 Comedy + and TF1, Tonight With Arthur averaged 1 million viewers over two seasons. Always TF1Jean-Pierre Foucault began in 2001 with “We Will Warn You.” Only four programs have seen a day (or in this case, a night) from a complete shutdown.

“The Night Belongs to Us” did well on Comédie + and NRJ12. Comedian Mustapha El Atrassi hosted between 2009 and 2012. In 2017, Gad Elmaleh also joined the late show adventure and hosted a unique edition of Saturday Night Live, which was watched by 3 million viewers on M6.

Recipe by Alain Chabat

We love late night shows from Johnny Carson to Jimmy Fallon, including Jimmy Kimmel, Conan O’Brien and more. We will take the codes of the late show and try to give people a fun hour.” This is how Alain Chabat describes his late show on the set of “C à Vous” (France 5) on October 10..

Ex-Nul takes direct inspiration from these types of shows. It also adds several elements of “Saturday Night Live” (SNL), a late-night show almost entirely made up of sketches and parodies. Parody sketches like the one below will be on TF1’s late show.

Where this project differs from the project it was inspired by is its temporality. Late shows usually stick to current affairs as much as possible and are broadcast daily. ” We record the shows earlier so there’s no breaking news, but it’s so good, I can’t take the news anymore! »A 63-year-old man explained France 5.

Generally, delayed shows are made to last over time. For example, Jimmy Kimmel is in its 20th season. However, Alain Chabat insists: regardless of their success, only ten programs are planned.

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