Olivier Minne and the “invincibles”, Jean-Luc Lahaye’s descent into hell… What’s new on TV this week?


Wednesday June 1, W9 is broadcasting a documentary on singer Jean-Luc Lahaye. The life of the 80s star changed when he was accused of raping two young fans, who were minors at the time. Thursday June 2, M6 devotes its evening to Elizabeth II on the occasion of her platinum jubilee. At 9:10 p.m., viewers will have the opportunity to discover the film The Queen with actress Helen Mirren in the role of Elizabeth II. A documentary on the last secrets of the current Queen of England follows the feature film. Friday, June 3, fans of the French football team find the national team against Denmark for the first group match of the League of Nations. A meeting which will take place at the Stade de France and which will be broadcast live on M6 with Xavier Domergue and Robert Pirès on commentary.

Saturday June 4, France 2 broadcasts the second issue of the Club des invincibles. The novelties: Olivier Minne replaces Nagui at the animation of the program. Bruno, the greatest champion of the 12 noon shots, and Grégory, the big winner of Everyone has his word to say, team up with Marie-Christine and Sandrine, the two greatest champions of Everyone wants to take his place. Together, they make up the “Club des invincibles” and face the best candidates selected from all over France. Who will be able to beat them and win the 30,000 euros at stake?

Sunday June 5, TF1 broadcasts Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom for the first time, with Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Justice Smith, Rafe Spall and Daniella Pineda, in the first part of the evening. A highly anticipated blockbuster at the time of its theatrical release since it marks the return of Professor Ian Malcolm, emblematic character of the saga embodied by Jeff Goldblum.