M6 (TV channel)

M6, also known by the name of Métropole Télévision, is a French private channel which is part of 48.56 % of the RTL Group and is listed at 45.98 % on the exchange. The transmitter is for the analogue switch-off on November 29, 2011 in the whole of France no longer in SECAM, but only digitally in the package Fransat on AB 3, 5 ° W Atlantic Bird 3 and the digital package CanalSat Astra 19.2 East, as and digital terrestrial, common. Likewise, a digital signal transmitter for French-speaking Switzerland is sent via the satellite Euro Bird 9A. M6 is by TF1 's second largest private broadcaster France.

The RTL Group operates in France next to M6 even more television channels such as RTL9, TF6, W9, Paris Première, Téva, Série Club, Fun TV, M6 Music Hits, M6 Music Rock M6 Music Black and M6 Boutique.


M6 was launched on March 1, 1987 and took the spare capacity of just set TV6. 2001 M6 was with Loft Story, the first French television channel, which broadcast a reality show. Although later acquired by TF1 cooperation with Endemol the rights to the series, however, the very successful production was never incorporated into the program of TF1.


Own production

  • Six ', local news
  • Le 12:50, national news
  • Zone interdite, news magazine
  • Capital Business Magazine
  • Enquête Exclusive, reports
  • 66 minutes, news magazine
  • M6 Kid, Children's Program
  • M6 Boutique, teleshopping
  • D & CO, French Version of use in four walls
  • Pekin Express, French version of Peking Express
  • Popstars, French version of Popstars
  • Nouvelle Star, the French version of Germany sucht den Superstar
  • L' amour est dans le pré, French version of Farmer Wants a Wife
  • Super Nanny, French version of Super Nanny
  • Au secours, mon chien fait la loi, French version of The Pet Nanny
  • Typiquement masculin, féminin typiquement, French version of Typical woman - Typical Man

TV series

  • All that matters
  • Bones
  • Desperate Housewives
  • NCIS
  • Prison Break
  • Malcolm in the Middle
  • Nip / Tuck
  • Numbers
  • Queer as Folk
  • Sex and the City
  • Scrubs
  • Smallville
  • The Unit