This Monday, November 21, “The late show” will be broadcast for the first time on TF1 from 10:55 p.m. We tell you everything about the concept imagined by Alain Chabat.
He had announced it in mid-September, in a video where he parodied King Charles. Alain Chabat launches his late show this Monday, November 21, at 10:55 p.m. on TF1. What will this new program inspired by American television look like?
The channel announces the broadcast of 10 programs scheduled for the second part of the evening until December 2.
“We’re more on a set atmosphere, even if I didn’t want live. It’s another energy. Like on ‘Burger Quiz’, I wanted to be able to try things and for the guests to let go”, said clarified Alain Chabat, quoted by TF1.
According The Obs, these choices allow the channel to minimize the risks, whereas the concept of the “late show” has never had the success in France that it has had in the United States. Arthur, Jean-Pierre Foucault or Cyril Hanouna have in turn tried the adventure and broke their teeth.
What will we talk about?
Due to the delayed broadcast, The late show will not cover current events. We should find there exchanges with very diverse personalities, parodied advertisements, games, performances by comedians and singers. Many surprises are also announced.
For the launch, Alain Chabat will welcome Jean Dujardin, Tania Dutel, Jean-Pascal Zadi and Wet Leg. On Twitter, the show unveiled the first seconds of the first issue.
Monday 21/11, 10:55 p.m., it’s the Premiere with Jean Dujardin, Tania Dutel, Jean-Pascal Zadi and Wet Leg live!
To wait, here are the first 44 seconds of this Late…
See you Monday !!
— The Late with Alain Chabat (@lelateofficiel) November 19, 2022
The public good unveils a list of expected guests for upcoming shows. Unsurprisingly, there are regulars of Burger Quiz, the legendary game presented by Alain Chabat.
In particular, Jamel Debbouze, Guillaume Canet, Marina Foïs, Laurent Lafitte, Edouard Baer, Monica Belucci, Fred Testot, Léna Situations, Pio Marmaï, Gérard Darmon, Léa Drucker, Alice Belaïdi, Benoît Magimel, Anaïs Demoustier, Patrick Timsit, Gilles Lellouche are planned , Jérôme Commandeur, Géraldine Nakache, Haroun, Jean-Paul Rouve, Stéfi Celma, Maurice Barthélémy, Dominique Farrugia, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Sandrine Kiberlain and Pierre Richard..
According to our colleagues, several artists are also expected for musical parentheses. This is the case of Angèle, Orelsan, Etienne Daho, Catherine Ringer, M, the Thumpausaurus group and Delilah Bon.