Le Quotidien de Yann Barthès returns to TMC for a brand new season. To announce their return, the columnists posted a video that made Internet users laugh a lot.
August 30 will mark the return of Le Quotidien by Yann Barthès, which returns for a new season. In the humorous video, however, we notice two absences due to some changes: Paul Larrouturou now works at LCI and Salhia Brakhlia on France Info.
In this video, Yann Barthès improvises as a schoolmaster and shows himself in a new light. Exit the black and shoulder-length hair, the star presenter opted for a pepper and salt haircut and very short.
Internet users have not missed out on this big change, and opinions are mixed: “I can’t wait. But on the other hand Barthès does a color and you have to regrow the hair there.” can we read in a comment.
Yann Barthès brings together his team among which we recognize familiar faces such as those of Edouard Carbonnier, Azzeddine Ahmed-Chaouch, Lilia Hassaine, Paul Gasnier, or even Julien Bellver who recently posted a photo with his companion on Instagram. The only absent is Alison Wheeler, who seems to have forgotten the day of call and is quietly sipping a drink in her swimming pool.
For this sixth season on TMC, no change of formula. The program will therefore continue to invite the big figures who make the news, and to decipher the information with their team of reporters and columnists.
However, the channel wishes to bring a little novelty to the approach of the presidential elections: “For this 6th season, Yann Barthès will present new faces, reporters and comedians, and new meetings to deal with the upcoming presidential election. “
An eventful season in perspective, for the controversial program, which had filed a complaint against Francis Lalanne for “violence with a weapon”, against one of their journalists.
The information collected by this form is subject to computer processing for Reworld Media Magazines and / or its partners and service providers in order to be able to send tips and promotional offers.
In accordance with the amended law “Informatique et Libertés” of 6 January 1978, you have the right to access, modify and delete data concerning you.
To find out more or exercise your rights, you can consult our general conditions of use.