Entertainment Television cuts the creativity card from September 28 to October 4
Fewer virus cases keep Melbourne on track
Victoria's daily infection rate is on track towards the planned easing of coronavirus restrictions come September 28, with more anti-lockdown protests expected.The state recorded 21 new cases in the 24 hours to Saturday morning, its lowest figure since June 24.
This week, the small screen proves it can be inventive. This will be the case in particular with “Le Roi Bâtard” on Canal +, “The best pastry chef” on M6 and “Spectaculaire” on France 2.
Every Sunday, Ouest-France joins forces with TV Magazine to find the essential programs of the coming week. Our selection from Monday September 28 to Sunday October 4, 2020 is under the sign of creativity.
Some demanding viewers sometimes criticize the channels for recycling dusty programs, for going in circles. This week, the originality of some programs will light up the eyes of this disillusioned audience.
Another record low in viewership for 'Pandemmys'
NEW YORK (AP) — The novelty of television stars getting Emmy Awards delivered to their homes wasn't enough to keep the annual show from slipping further in popularity. The Nielsen company said 6.1 million people watched the Emmys on Sunday night, down from 6.9 million in 2019 and the third straight year of record low viewership. The Emmys faced competition from both NFL football and the NBA Western Conference finals. The coronavirus pandemic eliminated any chance fans had of seeing stars on a red carpet, although host Jimmy Kimmel gamely tried to make do in a mostly empty auditorium with actors accepting awards remotely.
The renewal of the animal documentary
Tuesday September 29, oppositeon France 2, Canal + opening for the evening on a daring story called Le Roi Bâtard. During this television UFO, halfway between fairy tale and animal documentary, director Owen Prümm filmed the daily life of the savannah in Tanzania for ten years, managing to capture sequences never seen before.
With the voice of JoeyStarr, this story traces the life of a lion cub born of a forbidden union between a lion and a lioness. Abandoned by his fellows, the young bastard is forced to flee with his mother, until the day the latter dies before his eyes, killed by other lions. A tragic story that gives voice to these wild animals threatened by poachers and, more generally, the human species.
Everything Coming to Netflix, Stan, Amazon Prime Video, Disney, and Binge in October
October's a great month to sit back on the couch and sink a few hours into your favourite new shows and movies. With great content on the way from Netflix, Stan, Amazon Prime Video, Disney, and Binge, let's dig in to the full schedule. Netflix’s streaming highlights for October Emily in Paris (2/10/2020) Emily, an ambitious twenty-something marketing executive from Chicago, unexpectedly lands her dream job in Paris. Her new life is filled with intoxicating adventures and surprising challenges as she juggles work, friendships, and romance.
Even more breathtaking pastries
The next day, M6 unveils the ninth season of the Best Pastry Chef in prime time. During this culinary competition, where the piping bags delicately caress the cakes, Mercotte and Cyril Lignac assess the talent of the candidates under the watchful eye of host Julia Vignali. This season, fourteen whipped cream lovers will need to build ever more breathtaking sweet masterpieces to hope to win the coveted title."Spectacular" Jean-Marc Généreux
Finally, Saturday October 3, Jean-Marc Généreuxat the controls of Spectaculaire. In this new entertainment, which is in line with the Largest cabaret in the world, the Quebec choreographer will welcome artists from several disciplines. Dancers, magicians, circus artists or even musicians: all will perform under the watchful eyes of the spectators, who will have the difficult task of electing the most spectacular number.
“Spectaculaire”, Saturday October 3, at 9:05 pm on France 2
Legend: After having been a juror of the “Dance with the stars” competition on TF1, Jean-Marc Généreux arrives on France 2 with the entertainment “Spectaculaire”.
Photo credit: Nathalie Guyon / FTV.
Young Australians could lose $5,000 from their starting salaries .
School leavers and university graduates are warned they could be hit the hardest from the coronavirus pandemic which led to Australia's first recession in almost 30 years. Scarring, which in economics refers to the medium to long term damage following a financial downfall, is more likely to impact young people who are attempting to get their foot in the door.Treasurer Josh Frydenberg told news.com.au: 'For young people, it's the Treasury's estimate that young people will be earning on average about eight per cent less in their first year in the job market as a result of COVID.