Comedian Martin Matte will be on the set of Everybody talks about it, this Sunday, January 24, to discuss the highly anticipated series The beautiful discomforts 2.0, which will be broadcast from Wednesday, January 27, on TVA.
Donald Trump’s departure from the White House and the swearing-in under close surveillance of the 46th President of the United States Joe Biden will be analyzed by researcher Valérie Beaudoin and columnist Laura-Julie Perreault.
Former Montreal Canadiens color-bearers Maxim Lapierre and Guillaume Latendresse will talk about their podcast The Blue Pocket.
Guy A. Lepage and Dany Turcotte will also host the great Louise Latraverse, whose famous “L’amour… crisse!” launched in the fall of the curtain of the show Live from New Year’s Day created a most positive shock wave, in addition to becoming a t-shirt that is now available, and whose profits are returned to the Simonne-Monet-Chartrand House.
We will also be discussing the new docu-series At the heart of the DPJ, which will be broadcast on Mondays at 8 p.m. starting January 25, on RDI, with the speakers Annie and Myriam, as well as the director Jean-François Fontaine.
100 years of the SAQ will be celebrated with President and CEO Catherine Dagenais, as well as historian Laurent Turcot.
Finally, the Montreal musician and producer Lubalin will discuss his series of videos that have gone viral Internet Drama, as well as his recent collaboration with the host of Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon.
Everybody talks about it is broadcast on Sundays at 8 p.m. on ICI Télé.