Monday June 27, Camping Paradis is back with a brand new episode. Tom Delormes (Laurent Ournac) is stressed because he has to meet his in-laws, but he also has to organize the Olympics, a sporting event eagerly awaited by holidaymakers. A host of guest stars will appear including Corinne Touzet, Kamel Belghazi, Cartman, Julie Dray, Laurence Porteil and Keen’V. Tuesday June 28, Laurent Ruquier returns to prime time on France 2 with a documentary entitled The great saga of the Tour de France. Alongside Leïla Kaddour, the host tells the story of the Grande Boucle on the sidelines of its 109th edition.

Wednesday, June 29, on France 3, 14 villages will compete for the title of the favorite Village of the French. Who from Dieulefit (Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes), Saint-Sauveur-en-Puisaye (Bourgogne-Franche-Comté), Quintin (Brittany), Levroux (Centre-Val-de-Loire), Pino (Corsica), Bergheim (Grand East), Saül (Guyana, Overseas), Hesdin (Hauts-de-France), Saint-Sulpice-de-Favières (Ile-de-France) La Bouille (Normandy), Ainhoa ​​(New Aquitaine), Le Malzieu -Ville (Occitanie), Port-Joinville (Pays-de-la-Loire) or La Grave (Provence-Alpes-Côtes d’Azur) will succeed Sancerre (Centre-Val de Loire)?

Friday, July 1, Stéphane Plaza arrives with a brand new show in the first part of the evening on M6: Everything to change or move. With decorator Sophie Ferjani and real estate agent Antoine Blandin, the host will try to help families who are hesitating between carrying out work or selling their home.

Saturday July 2, Fort Boyard returns for a 33rd season on France 2. Major changes and novelties await viewers, including the replacement of tigers in the arena by a 3D version of felines, the promotion of Willy Rovelli as sheriff of the Fort or even the arrival of Clémence Castel who will slip into the skin of a mystery warrior.

In parallel to Fort Boyard, TF1 offers its viewers to follow the combat of the masters, a competition which brings together the best champions of the 12 noon shots. For the 12 years of the show, there will not be a prime time, but two! For the first evening of competition, this Saturday, July 2, comedian Jeff Panacloc and actor Olivier Baroux will accompany the candidates. On Saturday July 9, singer Keen’V and The Voice coach Amel Bent will take their place.

On the occasion of the 12th anniversary of 12 noon shots, TF1 will broadcast after the first prime time of the master fight an unpublished documentary on its star host Jean-Luc Reichmann, retracing his extraordinary career, from his childhood in the suburbs of Toulouse to television sets through comedy on the boards of the theater and on the small screen.