TF1 Séries Films

TF1 Séries Films, formerly HD1 (acronym for Histoire de) is a French TV channel, controlled by TF1 Group. HD1 launched on TNT, satellite, and xDSL on 12 December 2012.[1]

TF1 Séries Films
Launched12 December 2012
Owned byTF1 Group
Picture format1080i (HDTV)
Audience share2.0% (June 2017 (2017-06), Médiamétrie)
Slogan"La chaîne 100 % séries et films."
(The 100% series and movies channel)
CountryFrance
LanguageFrench
Formerly calledHD1 (2012-2018)
Sister channel(s)TF1
Eurosport
LCI
TF6
TMC
TFX
TV Breizh
Stylia
Histoire
Ushuaïa TV
Série Club
Websitetf1.fr/tf1-series-films
Availability
Terrestrial
TNTChannel 20 (HD)

History

Proposed new TNT channels

With the shutdown of analogue television, TF1 Group initially were to launch a new channel for Breton language channel TV Breizh, to be called 'tv-b'. However, Brussels ordered the sale of the new channel slots to the former analogue terrestrial companies, i.e. TF1 Group, Canal+ Group and M6 Group. The plans for TV Breizh were abandoned.

HD1

In March 2012, the Conseil supérieur de l'audiovisuel (CSA) auditioned TF1 Group following its application for an additional channel from one of the six national HD channels on TNT.[2] TF1 Group chose the name 'HD1' "the chain of all narratives".

On 27 March 2012, the CSA confirmed that HD1 would be one of the six HD channels. An agreement was signed 6 July 2012.[3]

On 18 October 2017, TF1 Group announced that HD1 will change its name to TF1 Séries Films in 2018.[4]

Visual identity

The initial HD1 logo first appeared during the hearing at CSA, on 14 March 2012. The logo was a circle with the text 'hd1' in the centre, the logo could be presented in various colours including red, light green, and blue.[5]

However, in November 2012, A new logo was introduced before the launch of the channel. This new visual identity differs from the previous, the circle was removed and the text is now blue, with the 'HD' text now uppercase and as a ligature.[6]

Programmes

Series

Telefilm

  • A.D. La guerre de l'ombre
  • Au bas de l'échelle
  • Facteur chance
  • Hold-up à l'italienne
  • Joseph
  • L'Ombre du Mont-Saint-Michel
  • Le Monsieur d'en face
  • Les Fauves
  • Ni vu, ni connu

See also

References

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