Un si grand soleil gets a new blow. The daily soap opera, which is normally broadcast every night at 8:40 p.m. on weekdays, was missing from France 2's antennas on Monday.
Instead, viewers were able for 15 minutes to see the main lines of programs from the candidates for the legislative election within the framework the official campaign. After the second round, the legislative elections will see another great sun.
France 2 isn't the first to decide to deprogram their daily soap opera. After the interruptions in 2020, the series had already moved to politics from March 28th to April 12 at the official presidential election campaign.
"It's a lack respect for the actors, authors of the series," Odile, a viewer of the soap opera since its 2018 debut, said to us. Many others, including her, have expressed their frustration on Twitter at the deprogrammings that followed.
France 2 promised its viewers "little surprises", but the channel has yet to reveal details. Tele-Loisirs reports, however, that it will not be about online anti-programming. This track was mentioned during the judgement linked to the presidential elections.