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Logo of TF6
Launched 18 December 2000; 17 years ago (2000-12-18)
Closed 31 December 2014; 3 years ago (2014-12-31)
Owned by M6 Group (50%)
TF1 Group (50%)
Picture format 576i (16:9 SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Country France
TNT Channel 36
Canalsat Channel 43 (SD/HD)
Channel 526 (HD)
Channel 726 (SD)
Numericable Channel 20
Canalsat Channel 43 (SD/HD)
Channel 526 (HD)

TF6 was a French mini general-interest entertainment television channel aimed at a young adult audience. It existed between 18 December 2000 and 31 December 2014. The drop in audience since 2009[1] and the failure of pay-TV via DTT are the causes of its disappearance.


TF6 was founded in December 2000 by M6 and TF1 when they decided to bring closer their two competitor family projects chain on the cable and satellite service TPS, of which they are the two co-shareholders. This fusion lead the two groups to create a common company gathering TF6 and SerieClub and whose two groups are shareholders with 50%. That makes it possible for the new chain to profit series cinema catalogues of its two head offices and to propose a richer offer.


Chairman of the board:

Director general:

Deputy Director General:


TF6 has a capital of €80,000 held with parity by Group TF1 and M6 Group.


TF6 broadcasts shows intended for young adults, these include genres such as reality TV, entertainment, films and magazines.

Some of the shows include:


  1. ^ La chaîne TF6 va fermer à la fin de l'année, Le Figaro, 24 avril 2014.

External links

  • Official Site (in French)
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