This Thursday, June 23, 2022, Cyril Hanouna took the air from 6:10 p.m. on C8 for the last TPMP program of the season. For 9 years, Cyril Hanouna’s daily meeting has always attracted more viewers.
Surrounded by his band of loyal columnists, the troublemaker of the PAF is proud of this success. If this year Raymond stood out by receiving the favorite columnist trophy, the others are not left out. If the atmosphere is good-natured on the set, rants and bloodshed are also commonplace. This is, after all, the charm of the show.
As the whole team prepares to take a well-deserved vacation, Cyril Hanouna, very solemn, took the floor at the end of the program to make a big announcement.
In the manner of a President of the Republic who addresses his compatriots, he declares: “We have just closed the 9th season of Touche pas à mon poste. A season rich in emotions, rich in twists, and rich in audiences. Audiences have never been so high so thank you. Now is the time to look to the future”.
So he adds: “What will happen? Know that there are a lot of things. Who were proposed, who were in the pipeline. I can tell you today that Touche pas à mon poste, and my person, will be on C8 for the 2022/2023 season but also the 2023/2024 season but also for the 2024/2025 season and the 2025/2026 season. .
To the applause of the public and its columnists, he thanks the Canal+ group for its trust, as well as all its close collaborators.
“Thanks to you, know that we will be on C8 live, in TPMP and with other projects, until 2026. Thank you, it’s thanks to you. Thank you for that,” he added.
He adds a short note for his political program, Face à Baba. During the presidential campaign, Cyril Hanouna indeed received several candidates and declares that “it is a huge success”.
He concludes with these words: “We will always listen to only one person, because you form only one person: it is you, the public. You see, I always take into account what you tell me, on the networks or in the street, to try to make the best show possible”!
See you on August 29 for the return of TPMP to C8, for 4 additional years.