Every night of the week, at 6:45 pm, Cyril Lignac hosts Tous en cuisine on M6, in which he offers viewers to cook his recipes at the same time as he does. But then, is the show really shot from the chef’s kitchen?
It is a new meeting very appreciated by the televiewers. Since its launch on March 22, the show All in the kitchen by Cyril Lignac is a hit on M6. From the first evening, it gathered more than 1,301,000 viewers and 6.2% market share, as reported Current wife. Following criticism “very positive” and “to audience success”, the chain decided to continue All in the kitchen : “Tous’s program in direct cooking with Cyril Lignac is extended until Friday, April 17, 2020“, recently indicated the M6 communication service to our colleagues from Télé-Loisirs.
In this confinement period which is not easy for anyone, Cyril Lignac offers French people to make various and varied recipes at the same time as him. “Live from his kitchen, the Chef will offer you to prepare a menu consisting of two recipes for four people simple and easy to make”, says the press release. But then, the famous chef does he really cook from home? “It’s good at home”, confirmed the chain with our colleagues from Current wife, on March 27. As a reminder, Cyril Lignac is currently confined to his house in Nancy.
An experiment “unprecedented” and “interactive” as the chain suggests, which allows the French to be entertained while they, too, are confined to their homes. In his daily broadcast, the juror for the Best Pastry Chef hosts anonymous duplexes, but also several personalities with whom he interacts. Jérôme Anthony, François-Xavier Demaison, Ary Abittan and Camille Cerf have already lent themselves to the exercise. A real success!