The former France 2 presenter took his first steps on BFMTV yesterday.
Encouraging start. This Monday, September 25, 2023, Laurent Ruquier took his first steps as a presenter on the channel BFMTV. He took control, with Julie Hammett, of the 8 p.m.-9 p.m. slot called “Le 20h de Ruquier”. For his first issue of the season, he notably discussed with his columnists the subject of police violence and the 100 euro fuel check.
Pascal Praud removes his ads on CNews and remains in front of BFMTV
Thus, according to Médiamétrie, for its return to channel 15, the show of the former France 2 presenter was followed by 385,000 viewers. The market share amounted to 1.8% of individuals aged four and over. This is an increase of +116% compared to the box average since the start of the school year.
Front-end, on CNews, “L’heure des pros 2” from Pascal Praud attracted 739,000 followers, representing an audience share of 3.5% of the entire public. Note that the Canal+ group’s TNT channel did not offer advertisements at 8 p.m. and 9 p.m. On LCI, there were 218,000 watching “Un oeil sur le monde”, presented by Julien Arnaud and Amélie Carrouer, or 1.0% of viewers watching their television. Finally, “The informed” on Franceinfo brought together 131,000 curious people, for a market share amounting to 0.6% of the public.
Objective: “Grab viewers to all channels”
Asked by puremedias.com yesterdayLaurent Ruquier confided that his objective was “to grab viewers from all channels“, evoking the daily life of Pascal Praud on CNews, but also the “20 Heures”, “C à vous” on France 5 and “Quotidien”. “I’m going to try not to take too much credit for Cyril Hanouna because my companion (Hugo Manos, editor’s note) is participating in “Touche pas à mon poste!” on C8. Otherwise there would be trouble in the evening at home“, he joked.