The channels adapt their programming. While a fire hit Notre-Dame Cathedral last night, W9 announces in a statement the deprogramming of its unpublished documentary "Laeticia Hallyday, the true story", whose release was initially scheduled tonight. Instead, viewers will be able to discover the first broadcast of the musical "Notre-Dame de Paris" by Luc Plamondon and Richard Cocciante, in its 1998 version, worn by Hélène Segara, Garou, Daniel Lavoie, Bruno Pelletier, Patrick Fiori or Julie Zenatti. Nathalie Renoux will offer a launch pad this evening.
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For its part, TF1 Séries Films will present tonight, at 9 pm, the replay of the French-Italian film "Notre-Dame de Paris" by Jean Delannoy with Gina Lollobrigida and Anthony Quinn.
Two theme nights on Arte
For its part, the channel Arte will turn its second and third part of evening, with this Tuesday, April 16 at 22:40 the diffusion of the documentary "The cathedrals unveiled", devoted to the discovery of the jewels of the Gothic art, of which Notre-Dame Paris is part of it. At 0h, place at the "Requiem" of Berlioz, recorded in the cathedral, played by 240 musicians and 150 choristers.
Wednesday, April 17, at 20:55, the Franco-German channel will offer a classic film: "Quasimodo, the hunchback of Notre Dame", a 1939 film inspired by the work of Victor Hugo with Charles Laughton in the title role. This feature film will be followed at 22:50 of the documentary "In the belly of the organ of Notre-Dame", a journey to the heart of this prestigious instrument. Programs originally scheduled for these dates are postponed.
A special bonus Saturday night on France 2
Last night, in addition to the news channels, TF1 and France 2 have given up their prime time to offer each a special edition of their "20 Hours" while M6 has broken the antenna for almost 30 minutes, as a result of his prime time. In the coming days, France 2 has already announced two changes: a change of summary for "Special Envoy" Thursday and a special evening to collect donations Saturday, live and prime time, presented by Stéphane Bern and the personalities of France Televisions .
Due to the special edition of Monday and the deprogramming of the soap opera "So big sun", France 2 will broadcast the last unpublished week Saturday, April 20 at 20:40. Therefore, there will be no number of "20:30 on Saturday" presented by Laurent Delahousse.