Results of audiences mixed for the miniseries An ordinary man on M6, whose first two episodes attracted an average of 2.3 million viewers on Tuesday evening. For the general public, the score is 11.2% and the commercial target is 21.6%. In other words, the young people were there, the older audience much less. A small disappointment given the phenomenon around the Xavier Dupont de Ligonnès affair, whose fiction is freely inspired. Last week, M6 was a hit with the TV movie Apprendre à t’aimer (3.8 million viewers, 17.2% of the global audience, 28.9% of the target).
The leading series of the evening was La Stagiaire on France 3, which continues to do very well. Michèle Bernier thus attracted 4.8 million French people, or 22.5% overall and 6.7% on target. It is therefore the reverse of An ordinary man, with a predominantly elderly audience. On TF1, Big Little Lies drinks the cup after a week of absence. The end of Season 1 drew 1.9 million fans, or 9.7% of the overall audience and 17.8% of the target. A loss of 500,000 viewers on average.
The trailer for An Ordinary Man, the last two episodes of which are due next Tuesday on M6: