Cyril Lignac launches his cake academy, Astrid Veillon has a love rival… What’s new on TV this week?

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Monday May 23, Cyril Lignac returns from 6:40 p.m. on M6 with a brand new daily program. Entitled Cyril Lignac’s Cake Academy, the show follows 24 amateur students who have been selected from across France for intensive pastry training. Every day, they will have to progress to stay in the academy and prove that they have the necessary talent to become professionals and to be able to join the brigade of the famous chef for the best of them. At 8:52 p.m. on Canal, comedian Jonathan Cohen takes over the role of Marc, the plane pilot of the program La Flamme. The latter finds himself in a reality show called Le Flambeau in the company of 13 other candidates. They will have to survive on the wild island of Chupacabra for 38 days. The winner will pocket the sum of 450 euros.

On Tuesday May 24, Commander Léa Soler and Captain Paul Marchal, played respectively by Astrid Veillon and Stéphane Blancafort, return for a sixth season of Tandem in prime-time on France 3. At the end of season 5, Léa left a little note for her ex-husband Paul to tell him that she was ready to give their couple a second chance. However, Paul’s current partner, Inès (Baya Rehaz), came across this word before him and destroyed it…

On Saturday May 28, football fans will have the opportunity to follow the Champions League final between Liverpool and Real Madrid live at 8:50 p.m. on TF1. Originally, the C1 final was to take place in Saint Petersburg, Russia. In reaction to the invasion of the Russian army in Ukraine, UEFA decided to move the event to Saint-Denis at the Stade de France. If you don’t like football, France 2 also broadcasts the awards ceremony for the 75th Cannes Film Festival. After 28 years of broadcasting on Canal, the Festival de Cannes has chosen this year to migrate to France Télévisions. And it is the actress Virginie Efira who will host the event.

Sunday May 29, after Tandem, another famous detective series is making its big comeback on France 3. Indeed, the public channel will broadcast for the first time episode 9 of season 1 of Commissioner Dupin. Aficionados of the series will have the pleasure of finding actor Pasquale Aleardi in the title role.