He is making his comeback on small screens in a brand new show. The actor and comedian Alain Chabat will soon host a daily program on TF1, broadcast in the second part of the evening, on the model of "late shows" Americans, the channel announced on Friday, September 16, without specifying when the broadcast will begin.
In a spot broadcast on social networks, the first channel promises a “late show with Alain Chabat, every evening at 11 p.m.… starting soon”. This humorous video shows Alain Chabat and the actors Jamel Debbouze and Léa Drucker in the pastiche of a scene that has been widely relayed on social networks: the new king of the United Kingdom, Charles III, who gets angry because of a faulty pen.
Revealed within the comic quartet Les Nuls on Canal+ in the 1980s, Alain Chabat has since become one of the most appreciated personalities of comedy in France, in the cinema as an actor and director and on television with the program "Burger Quiz".