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Every week, The print scan the TV offer to identify four titles to watch.

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Marc-André Lemieux

Marc-André Lemieux
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The news: my first home

my first home should appeal to fans of documentary series and renovation or decoration shows. This new offer from Canal Vie analyzes the move of Mélissa Bédard, who leaves her small semi-detached house for rent to fulfill her dream of buying her first property with her husband Karl and, above all, their six children (three girls, three males). Airing last week, the first episode had a particularly poignant scene, when the singer cried in front of the camera, saying how proud she was of herself, and in particular of the efforts she made to spare. This week we meet Joanie, her best friend and site manager, who will support designer Antoine Laurier to create her new home to her liking.

Canal Vie, Tuesday at 7.30pm

The roll of the dice: queens


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queens

Sure, ABC canceled this series after just one season of 13 episodes, for lack of enough ratings … But we still enjoyed following it. soap de luxe, which tells the story of four former members of a popular band from the 90s, aptly named Nasty Bitches, who decide to make their “big” comeback. However, this reunion turns out to be more complicated than expected: rivalries resurface, old wounds deteriorate, and so on. queens has not revolutionized anything, hence its zero selection at the next Emmy Awards. Its French version, however, could entertain you and become your pleasure to fall into guilt, especially as it features two former R&B stars, Eve and Brandy.

ELLE Fictions, Wednesday at 9pm

The last one : There are people at mass


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There are people at mass

Christian Bégin completes the sixth season of talk show Télé-Québec spring-summer with comedian Phil Roy, Quebec mayor Bruno Marchand (explaining how his philosophy studies help him today), rapper and host Marième, a pioneer of hip-hop in Quebec, and France D’Amour, who revisits his greatest hits. In music, the guest receives Élage Diouf, launched in the spring Wutiko, his third album entirely recorded in Wolof, his mother tongue Senegalese. Are you one of the Yammeux and Yammeuse (nickname given to the faithful apostles of the show) who may be skipping the weekly meeting this fall? Know that a special Christmas program is preparing for December.

Télé-Québec, Friday at 9pm

In recovery: D.D. Maria – Death by prescription


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D.D. Maria – Death by prescription

Did you miss this British-Canadian series the first time it aired, from 2017 to 2019 on Global? It’s your lucky day. The French version arrives on MAX this week. In this drama / thriller tinged with black humor, Caroline Dhavernas plays a single mother who leads a double life: she is a doctor by day … and a criminal by night, as she illegally helps her patients to die. This is a rich and complex role for the Quebec actress, whom she nicknamed herself. The first episode plunges us into the heart of the action right from the start, when Mary arrives at the home of a former footballer suffering from a disease we believe is incurable.

MAX, starting Thursday at 20:00

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