the first sketch of “Late with Alain Chabat” attacks CNews

On the left, Jean-Paul Rouve in the sketch and on the right Pascal Praud in “L’heure des pros” Screenshot

VIDEO – After “Burger Quiz”, the actor is launching a new show from November 21 on TF1. For the most impatient, the channel unveiled an excerpt on social networks.

D-6. The new second part of the evening show, “The late with Alain Chabat”, arrives on TF1 from Monday, November 21. While waiting for that day, the team has decided to make its viewers languish by posting an extract from its first sketch on Instagram. And a few days before his arrival on the air, Alain Chabat announces the color.

This first skit is the parody of a program broadcast on a channel that would allow total freedom of expression and opinion. “I’m sorry, but after a while couldn’t we classify the races?“Says Jean-Paul Rouve facing the three other columnists feigning offense. “I’m asking the question ! Can’t ask the question?“, justifies the actor, holding his glasses by the branch. The whole thing is followed by a voiceover detailing the concept of the fictional show: ““I ask the question”, the program which represents all currents of thought. I ask the question, tonight, everywhere, all the time..

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A reference to Cyril Hanouna

It seems to be aimed directly at the Canal+ group, and more particularly at CNews. And for good reason. The channel’s slogan is “Come with your convictions, you will form an opinion”. They had consolidated the latter last May with an advertising campaign asking the following questions: “Why should we all agree?”, “Is freedom of expression an endangered species?”

The affair between Louis Boyard and Cyril Hanouna doesn’t escape the show’s keen eye either. And even if the reference remains discreet with the inscription “A deputy slips up and tries to contradict Cyril Hanouna” in the headband, the devil is in the details. So pure fiction or undisguised inspiration? Internet users seem to have made their choice. “The cartoon is so close to reality”, “the headband, we like the details” Where “finally good television”, can we read in the comments. To see more, you will have to wait patiently until 10:55 p.m. in front of your television, Monday, November 21.

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