Cyril Hanouna shakes up his evening program, due to Emmanuel Macron’s speech on the coronavirus, scheduled for 8 p.m.
The coronavirus epidemic continues to spread in France and official figures now announce 2,281 infected people and 48 dead on March 12. It is in this context that President Emmanuel Macron will speak on television this Thursday evening at 8 p.m. On C8, Cyril Hanouna and his teams have set up a special device for the occasion. Indeed, Balance your post will once again be devoted to the pandemic.
TPMP is not deprogrammed but shortened
This March 12, BTP production announces on Twitter that the show will start earlier and that it will involve: “different speakers (who) will ask questions of our specialists. Nurse, trader, parent, supporter, alarmist, teacher: all are worried and want answers to their questions! ”
And because the talk show will start earlier, Touche pas a mon poste will be very shortened. Usually on Thursday, C8 offers a special TPMP game to keep viewers waiting for construction. This evening, TPMP will stop at 7.45 p.m. with the arrival of the invited specialists on set.
At 8 p.m., the program will stop and Cyril Hanouna explains: “We are going to watch here all together what the president is going to say. I learned that the legislation says that we can do it”. The team from Balance your post will be immediately after around the table, for the debriefing of the presidential address.
On the construction program
As a reminder, Balance your post had already devoted a number to coronavirus February 27 last, which had been watched by 717,000 viewers. This March 12, Baba and his columnists will try to answer the questions: “Why are we talking about a pandemic? What is stage 3 of the Coronavirus? Will France be quarantined? Is the hospital ready to welcome so many patients? Are we headed for an economic crisis? “
We will debrief the announcements of the President of the Republic and with our specialists, we will answer all your questions. pic.twitter.com/i81IoQkSEj
– Cyril Hanouna (@Cyrilhanouna) March 12, 2020 >> See also: “Irresponsable!” … Mr. Pokora tackled by a TPMP columnist on his own Instagram account!