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Cyril Hanouna announces this Thursday, September 7, that he is preparing a new weekly political program.
Television – towards new controversies? Both influential and controversial TV presenter Cyril Hanouna is preparing a new weekly political show that could air on C8 from late 2023 or early 2024, he announced on Europa 1 this Thursday, September 7.
“I am preparing another political program, perhaps a weekly newspaper, which will appear before the end of the year or (…) at the beginning of next year”“, he said as he released Pascal Praud. This show he would present himself “With a new group”could be broadcast “weekend”, He said in the following sequence.
Hanouna presents a hit show on C8 every weekday evening “Don’t touch my TV!” » (TPMP) which combines entertainment and news. A major figure on French television, the presenter has been the source of much controversy in recent years, earning C8 a total of €4.5 million in fines from the regulator last season.
“I would love to do a program with Emmanuel Macron”
In addition, it provides a programmed program more accurately, “Before Baba” (his nickname), where he received personalities from the political world. It started at the end of 2021, in view of the 2022 presidential election, and has been criticized for the host’s personality, which is often accused of populism.
“There are journalists who sometimes say that Hanouna has nothing to do with politicians (…) and politicians do not need to go to Hanouna.”, he regretted. ” Ségolène Royal participated in a public service radio show, and the presenter allowed herself to say to her: why are you going to Hanun? Do I allow myself to tell the politicians Why do you go to France Info or France Inter, which are very marked on the left? »he protested.
Former candidate for the presidential elections in 2007. Ségolène Royal will become a columnist for TPMP, where she will speak every week from “Tuesday or Thursday” following Her role will be to answer five policy-related questions. “I would love to do a program with Emmanuel Macron”the host also assured.
In early February, C8 was fined a record 3.5 million euros for insulting Hanouna, which was directly launched in November by LFI deputy Louis Boyard (his former columnist). Although he admitted that he “shouldn’t” to insult the deputy, the host assessed the amount of the fine “completely arbitrary” and saw A “ruthlessness” from Arcom.
C8 is operated by Vivendi, the group of billionaire Vincent Bolloré, through Canal+, as is CNews, which stars Pascal Praud.
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