Since she no longer hosts shows on television, Mélissa Theuriau has found another way to inform by producing committed documentaries. On November 15, France 2 broadcast “My first steps as an educator”, produced by the journalist. A few days later, it was the LCP channel which highlighted one of its programs, “Repairing the living”. Soon, Canal + viewers will also discover new numbers of “Au tableau !!!” in the presence of the candidates for the presidential election which is announced in the spring. “We would like to receive at least the five main candidates. We will create surprises, but the major ingredients will be there: the guests will be confronted with children of all social levels, from 8 to 12 years old, because the word is then authentic and spontaneous.“, says the companion of Jamel Debbouze, always sensitive to the words of the youngest.
Mélissa Theuriau victim of the health crisis
Lila and Leon’s mother has also produced Inca (s) ables, documentary that follows the journey of Guillaume, Gabriel, Alex, Kahina and Jérémie, five young adolescents aged 10 to 18 entrusted by Social Assistance to Children to the La Vie au Grand Air foundation. A project rewarded with a Golden Pyrenees at the Luchon 2020 Television Creations Festival and which once again underlines the commitment of the former host for the well-being of children. But this Wednesday, January 12, 2022, Mélissa Theuriau announced bad news from her Instagram account. Indeed, while the documentary was to be broadcast on the LCP channel, it was deprogrammed. In question ? News related to the health crisis. “Parliamentary news related to the health pass takes over and our doc is deprogrammed on February 2 …“, wrote the wife of Jamel Debbouze in her story.
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