If you are a fan of the show The 12 strokes of noon and you have a subscription to Canal+, you risk having a (big) problem… While the game hosted by Jean-Luc Reichmann is in full swing, a recent question posed to a candidate shocked the Web. Unfortunately, some viewers may no longer be able to watch the program. Indeed, on September 2, the TF1 star posted a press release on his Instagram account. Inside, an important announcement concerning the broadcasting of the group’s programs, including the game which is a hit with the French. Indeed, while the Bolloré group, owning Canal+, was in negotiations with the first European channel… Unfortunately, an agreement was not reached between the two television giants. And the consequences are serious…
Sad news for some fans of 12 noon shots
“The TF1 group takes note of the decision of the Canal+ group to cease the broadcasting of its channels and services by the Canal+ group and strongly deplores it. While the TF1 group is distributed by all distributors FREE, SFR, Bouygues Telecom, Orange, Molotov and Salto, Canal + did not wish to conclude a new distribution agreement for the channels and services of the TF1 group despite weeks of discussions and negotiations“, we learn in the press release. In other words, “if you receive the TF1, TMC, TF1 Séries Films, LCI and MYTF1 channels via Canal +, you no longer have access to our channels and services”, explained the group. The only way ? Watch the 12 noon shots, for example, on the TF1 replay website. To see live or replay, and accessible… On computer, phone, or tablet.
A decision with serious consequences for subscribers. Moreover, in the comment bar, many Internet users have reacted. “Sad to be deprived of our programs. For a story of money, viewers are taken hostage”, “whatever the fault of one or the other, it is the viewers who drink! Shame ! », « not normal to see that. Given the prices of subscriptions, we should strike for the regulations”, “it is really regrettable for Canal subscribers”, “inadmissible, think of the elderly! ». Or, “Only money. Audiovisual, thank you for taking us hostage, I hope this conflict will be resolved quickly“, we could read under the publication of Jean-Luc Reichmann. Note that TF1 has decided to file a complaint against the Canal group.