This Friday, October 29, 2021, Marie-Sophie Lacarrau presented her last 1 p.m. newspaper on TF1 before she left on vacation. Jacques Legros will replace the journalist on Monday, November 1.

On Monday, November 1, 2021, Jacques Legros, historic joker of TF1’s 1-hour newscast, will take the place of Marie-Sophie Lacarrau. The journalist is taking a week’s vacation and will return on Monday, November 8.

A departure that delighted some viewers who still did not seem to digest the departure of Jean-Pierre Pernaut. However, Marie-Sophie Lacarrau maintained the audiences of one of the pillars of the TF1 grid. Each day, it gathers an average of just over 40% of the audience to watch television at lunchtime.

Viewers are sometimes very virulent towards Marie-Sophie Lacarrau. On Toutelatele’s Facebook account, some said they were happy with this departure from the journalist’s antenna for a week. Sylvie is also the case: “If she could not come back, that would be great. Potiche who recites his text without emotion or conviction … ”. Same story for Colette: “Her voice is unbearable to me, it tenses me up”. For her part, Monique is not more tender towards Marie-Sophie Lacarrau: “I cannot stand her, she is not natural enough, and her voice gets on my nerves”. Annie confesses: “I do not like him at all, his voice annoys me and his hypocritical mimicry do not talk about it”.

Since the departure of Jean-Pierre Pernaut, some have chosen to no longer watch the TF1 newspaper, but rather that of Julian Bugier on France 2, as for Jakie: “Since the departure of Jean-Pierre Pernaut, I have switched to the Two. She’s not at the top “and Martine:” I can’t stand her anymore, I’m changing the channel “.

This Friday, October 29, 2021, for her last diary before a week’s break, Marie-Sophie Lacarrau spoke of the winner of EUR 220 million at the Euromillions, it is a Tahitian.

Among the other subjects discussed: Brexit in connection with fishing in France, the excessive tariffs of inheritance bank charges, winter tires, the three departments on rain and flood alert, the tribute to Nice, one year after the attack on the basilica. A report on pocket money was also broadcast. The cameras of the TF1 newspaper landed in Franche-Comté in an autonomous village in electricity.

In her closing message, Marie-Sophie Lacarrau simply indicated that on Monday “Jacques Legros will accompany you”. The newspaper ended with the parade of gourmet dresses at the Salon du Chocolat.

The day before, Thursday, October 27, TF1’s 1 p.m. newspaper attracted 4.53 million viewers, or 41.2% of the market share over four years and over, including 30.8% for women in charge of purchases under the age of 50. An increase of 1.4 points over one week for the general public. Marie-Sophie Lacarrau’s newspaper achieves excellent ratings on TF1.