Wednesday, October 21

What to watch on TV on Sunday?

Here are some suggestions for shows and movies to watch on French-language television on Sunday, October 18:


With the fall set in, you have to think about enhancing your routine in several ways. Saskia Thuot talks about nutrition and food health with Geneviève Guérard, discusses global health with physiotherapist Denis Fortier and discusses the issue of sex life alongside Sylvie Lavallée.

Sunday, 1 p.m., VAT.

“Let’s sing in the rain”

A classic of American cinema, this 1952 musical starring Gene Kelly is set in Hollywood, during the tumultuous period when the seventh art had to deal with the arrival of sound. This comedy depicts a pivotal time with joy and enthusiasm. Even the rain doesn’t stop smiles.

Sunday, 3 p.m., Take 2.

“For takeout”

France Beaudoin spends an hour with Régine Laurent, president of the Special Commission on the Rights of Children and Youth Protection. Involved in health, activism and union leadership, she was inspired by Martin Luther King and Angela Davis.

Sunday, 6 p.m., ARTV.

“Inked in the skin”

Each tattooed person has a strong link with the design (s) that adorn their body. This new series allows you to visit four local tattoo artists and meet people who are taking action. In the first episode, singer Safia Nolin walks through the doors.

Sunday, 7 p.m., Unis TV.

“The voice”

It’s the ultimate evening with many guests. The one who will crown, live, one of the last four singers in the running: Josiane Comeau (Coeur de pirate team), Michaela Cahill (Marc Dupré team), Flora Stein (Pierre Lapointe team) and Suzie Villeneuve (Garou team). Which of the finalists will succeed Geneviève Jodoin?

Sunday, 7 p.m., VAT.

“How I became invisible”

For six months, the thirty-year-old journalist Alexandra Ranz wants to avoid any surveillance of the web. In France, but also in the United States, she meets people for whom the privacy of citizens and their personal data must be kept at all costs.

Sunday, 8:30 p.m., Planète +.


Classic of Quebecois art written and directed by Michel Brault. The filmmaker takes the viewer to witness the consequences of the War Measures Act during the crisis of October 1970, when innocent people are being punished. A work notably starring Jean Lapointe, Claude Gauthier and Louise Forestier.

Sunday, 10 p.m., Télé-Québec.

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