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TV audiences: “the Nanny” with Booder on TF 1 blows away the competition

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TV audiences: “the Nanny” with Booder on TF 1 blows away the competition

A character played by the comedian Booder hired by a gay couple to look after their children, this is the storyline of the series “The Nanny” which was a hit this Monday evening on TF 1. There were 5.38 million of them. viewers on average watching this comedy also carried by Florent Peyre, Gérémy Crédeville and Issa Doumbia. A very good score corresponding to an audience share (PDA) of 28.7% for those aged 4 and over and a huge 38.3% for women responsible for purchases under 50 (FRDA-50), advertisers’ targets, according to the Médiamétrie website.

The previous television film of the first channel, “Le Fil d’Ariane”, with Chantal Ladesou and again Florent Peyre, was watched on January 29, 2024 by 3.38 million viewers on average, i.e. an audience share of 18, 3% of the public and 22.7% of housewives under 50 years old.

M 6 at the foot of the podium

France 2 comes far behind with a rebroadcast episode of “The Art of Crime”. The series hosted by Nicolas Gob and Éléonore Bernheim was followed by 2.96 million viewers, representing an audience share of 14.9% and 6.4% of women responsible for purchases under 50, again according to the Médiamétrie website. Last week, there were 4.35 million viewers on average, or an audience share of 22.8% of the public and 6.8% of the FRDA-50, watching a new episode of the same series.

France 3 comes in third position thanks to “Amants”, a new film directed by Nicole Garcia with Pierre Niney and Benoît Magimel, which brought together 1.65 million viewers, or 8.3% of the public and 2.4% of FRDA -50. Finally, M 6 can be nostalgic for Monday evenings, when the private channel came first thanks to “L’Amour est dans le pré”. Its new program “School goes back in time” appealed to only 1.65 million viewers, or 8% of the public and 12% of women responsible for purchases under 50 years old.

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