Poppy Montgomery

January 22, 2011 by Post Team 

Poppy Montgomery, Now we’ll give you each morning just after 9am, hearings Médiamétrie all DTT channels, that is those that we already communicate, plus those of Direct 8, NT1 and NRJ12.

Live 8 broadcast “Heat”, a thriller by Michael Man carried by the duo Al Pacino and Robert de Niro. The film brings together 782,000 people, or 3.5% of the public. The chain is in first place with this score.

France 4 broadcast the third and final installment of the Matrix saga: “Matrix Revolutions” including Larry Wachowski Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne, Carrie-Anne Moss, etc. The sci-fi has become a classic of its kind, brings together 762,000 viewers, and carries 2.9% of hearing.

NRJ 12, proposed a comedy by Claude Zidi “Ripoux 3″. The performance of Philippe Noiret, Thierry Lhermitte, Lorant Deutsch brings together 752,000 people, or 2.8% of Pda.

NT1 was counting on the comedy “Just because we have nothing to say that he must close his mouth” by Jacques Besnard Michel Serrault, Jean Lefebvre, Bernard Blier, to name a few. The fiction has attracted 749,000 viewers, or 2.8% of Pda.

W9 proposed the fantasy film “Underworld” by Len Wiseman with Kate Beckinsale, Scott Speedman, Michael Sheen, etc. The film brings together 646,000 people, or 2.5% of PDAs.

TMC was counting on the police series “Life” Elodie Keene, season 2, with actors Damian Lewis, Sarah Shahi, Adam Arkin, among others. The fiction has attracted 554,000 viewers to 2.0% of Pda.

France 5, bet on the documentary “A Christmas in New York” by Vincent Guerin. The discovery program was intended to portray the transformation of the city of New York for the holidays this year to gather 545,000 people, or 2.0% of Pda.

354,000 people, or 1.3% of Pda watched Gulli, the TV movie A Family for Life by Sam Pillsbury with Thomas Gibson, Poppy Montgomery, or Jeremy Bergman.

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