TF1: Big Little Lies season 2 will not be broadcast at 9 p.m. on Tuesday, September 22 – News Séries

TF1: Big Little Lies season 2 will not be broadcast at 9 p.m. on Tuesday, September 22 – News Séries

Note that the meeting with Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman changes time next Tuesday. The sequel to Season 2 will be available later in the evening starting September 22. Do you know which series will take over in primetime on TF1?


This Tuesday, September 15, TF1 broadcasts the last two episodes of season 1 of Big Little Lies from 9:05 p.m., followed at 11:15 p.m. by the unpublished first of season 2. Even if for some people three consecutive episodes is a lot (the Replay is a good alternative to remedy this), this programming will prevent viewers from starving. Light will thus be shed fairly quickly on the events that will upset the inhabitants of Monterey. Other good news, the 3rd episode of the evening will allow Meryl Streep to be introduced to the team. No doubt that this one will upset the balance of the group composed of Nicole Kidman, Reese Witherspoon, Shailene Woodley, Zoë Kravitz and Laura Dern.

A late release …

Season 2 of Big Little Lies will continue on September 22 … but at a new time. Faced with unsatisfactory audiences, La Stagiaire de France 3 has so far won the favor of the public on Tuesday in primetime, TF1 prefers to give another series a chance. Following Big Little Lies will therefore be offered from 10:50 p.m., starting next week. Three new releases will be broadcast, until almost 1:30, for the bravest. For others, Replay remains accessible to facilitate catch-up sessions.

New events for Shaun!

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Difficult moment in perspective for Shaun (Freddie Highmore) in season 3 of “Good Doctor”.

To constitute the new spearhead of its Tuesday evenings, TF1 chose Good Doctor, the medical series with Freddie Highmore (Bates Motel) in the skin of a young intern carrying Asperger’s syndrome. After a few months of absence, the show returns to the air with the continuation of season 3. The first six episodes were then scheduled for the end of 2019. Doctor Shaun Murphy comes out of his comfort zone and discovers this season the difficulties and the joys of getting closer physically and emotionally to another person. For her part, Claire (Antonia Thomas) is no longer herself since the death of her mother. How far will such casual behavior take him? As for Lim (Christina Chang) and Melendez (Nicholas Gonzalez), they wonder about the future of their relationship. Answers on Tuesday on TF1 …

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