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Who Says Télé-Québec’s Fall Programming On call 24/7. It is a basic treatment – not a comfort treatment. It’s a strong lead that propels this pulsating documentary to the top of Public Channel’s most popular shows of all time.

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Of course, good TR Eric Gagnon of Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital will roll up his sleeves for this eighth season, as will the mighty TD Natalie John and the dynamic TR Massimiliano Isepone. The first patients will be on Télé-Québec on Thursday, September 8 at 8 p.m.

New this year: On call 24/7 He devotes four chapters to medical practice outside urban centres. Filming took place in Baie-Comeau, Maria (in the Gaspesie) and Murdochville. Guess who the group met on their tour of the regions? DD Camille Hooton, an emergency physician – and resident in family medicine – participated in the first edition On call 24/7 Seven years ago at Charles-LeMoyne Hospital.

Another happy return: Télé-Québec will broadcast the drama comedy Audrey came back Thursdays from September 29 at 9pm. Excuse me? Didn’t the Videotrans Club run the Illigo scoop on this weirdly beloved series? Yes, I saw it well.

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Audrey came back Airs Thursdays at 9pm on Télé-Québec starting September 29.

According to Marie Collin, CEO of Télé-Québec, it was Quebecor that contacted Télé-Québec and sold its first broadcast.Audrey came back In a conventional antenna. This kind of lateral business transition between two competing broadcasters happens very rarely. So let’s take advantage of it.

between you and me, Audrey came backSigned by Florence Longpré and Guillaume Lambert, it fits much better at Télé-Québec than at TVA, where this singular comedy would have been torn apart. Cheater, Mask singers And The separated one.

Competing for 13 Gemini Awards, Audrey came back 35-year-old Sorrelois (Florence Longpre) slowly wakes up after 18 years in a coma.

From Monday to Thursday at 6:30 p.m., Télé-Québec will launch a new daily series aimed at 9- to 12-year-olds. Like chicken heads. We follow the Babin-Beau family, made up of a musician father (David Savard), a carpentry-turned-school mother (Melanie Pilon), and their three youngsters with strong characters. Author Pierre-Yves Bernard (In a galaxy near you, Midnight at night) signed the documents and it starts on 5th September.

In the new issue Drink and eat, Vanessa Pilon, Remi-Pierre Paquin and Lindsay Brun talk to us about the optimal pressure to inflate your winter tires. Well no, the trio will be renting rooms across Quebec that will become the anchor point for an exotic tasting tour of various local producers. First chapterDrink and eat Plays Friday, September 9 at 8 p.m.

Another new youth series on Télé-Québec: Kilukru Island, scheduled from October 10, Monday through Friday at 5:30 p.m. Traveling around the world, the Belhumour-Lamore family lands on a magical island inhabited by, among others, a good angel (Frances Castel) and an angry goblin (Marcel Leboeuf). whisper: Kilukru Island It was the first youth program that Marcel Leboeuf joined Minibus In 1989. Minibus, that was damn good. serious.

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distribution Kilukru Island There is Led by France Castel (second from left) and Marcel Leboeuf (last, right).

Yet for our friends “djeunes”, Pier-Luc Funk and Sarah-Jeanne Labrosse have chosen not to host the evening (boo!) Mammoth, scheduled for December 9. After them, Télé-Québec has requested the talents of 10 artists, including Roxane Bruneau, Alicia Moffet, Mathieu Dufour, Schelby Jean-Baptiste, Irdens Exantus and Claudia Bouvette.

Autumn at Télé-Québec will be redolent of the continuity and determination of its strongest brands. Cute and bum Celebrating its 20th anniversary, Curiosity is the beginning Celebrating its 15th anniversary It’s worth it And The two golden men and Rosalie Each person blew out 10 candles on their cake.

A special program has also been created to mark 20 years of our televisions.In De Stacio, which sparked a small revolution in many Quebec kitchens. Release: December 2.

The dean of Télé-Québec programming is all one. Cinema Award, which celebrates a very heavy birthday with a well-calculated 40 sweeps. Special Gervais-Diaz They celebrate Cinema Award (December 9) will pay tribute to this tradition, offering Télé-Québec’s audience of the year.

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Bianca Gervais and Sebastien Diaz headline the special Gervais-Diaz celebrates Cine-Prize

Télé-Québec keeps its mystery fiction series in January seems to goWriter Jean-Christophe Rehl’s first television work (What we breathe in Tatouine) all suffering from cystic fibrosis, four friends in their twenties live in emergency situations, knowing that one of them will soon take his last breath. Antoine Olivier Pilon, Catherine St-Laurent, Noémie Leduc-Vaudry and Joakim Robillard landed the lead roles.

It can leaf through the leaf in winter Autonomy. Opinion? Co-pilots Pierre Brassard, Simon Boulerice and Rose-Aimée Automne T. Morin feel inadequate in many domestic sectors. The three settle into a decadent cabin to hone their skills in cooking, renovations and various manual jobs.

Among the mentors who support them in their learning is Amin Labi Principals! and construction expert singer Edith Butler. when Pocketville They will get married to the sound of Drill !

Stephan Terry
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