Published on 17/09/2023 at 11:50
France 2 will cancel its Sunday afternoon broadcast in order to present a rugby event on Sunday 17 September 2023. The channel is selecting sports programming for the coming weeks, delaying the return of Les Enfants de la Télé.
Since Friday, September 8, 2023, world Cup Rugby started. After the opening ceremony, France opened the competition by facing New Zealand. Since then, all group matches have been broadcast on four channels, including France Television Group.
Sunday 10 September, France 2 It chose to broadcast the group match between South Africa and Scotland. This Group B meeting attracted 4.69 million people between 5:48pm and 7:41pm, or 34.7% of the audience aged four and over. France 2 is the leader of the future Seven to eight sponsored by Harry Russellmack.
Winning option for France 2
Programming the sporting event leads to the elimination of the usual broadcasts e.g Sunday in the countryside And TV kids Useful for the general channel. France 2 ventured to continue this strategy on the following Sundays. On September 17, 2023, Australia faces Fiji. As a result, both entertainments are also deleted, but not only…
In fact, starting at 2:45 p.m., the channel will completely disable the afternoon slot by removing it from the schedule Sensitive matters And The agreement is done, led by Sophie Davant, is always on the weekend. Instead, it will broadcast the rugby match between South Africa and Romania.
September 24, 2023, then Sensitive matters And The agreement is done will make their return, Sunday in the countryside And TV kids It will make way for broadcasts from Scotland/Tonga. Until fixed for Sunday 1 October 2023, France 2 will present Australia/Portugal, causing both broadcasts to be vacated on Sunday.
A delayed start for the children of television
On Sunday, October 8, 2023, France 2 should logically move to a regular schedule, after this sporting period. Therefore, the channel must be programmed again Sunday in the countryside with Frederick Lopez And the launch of the new season of the show TV kids with Lawrence Boccolini On top of entertainment instead Laurent Roquierleft for BFMTV.