Tele-radar | What to see on your screens this week

Every week, The Press scan the TV offering to identify four titles to watch.

The documentary : Let it Be

In 2021, Beatles fans rushed to Get Backan eight-hour documentary series, directed by Peter Jackson (The Lord of the Rings), which showed the Fab Four’s January 1969 recording sessions using previously unseen archival footage. Three years later, the famous filmmaker’s team restored Let it Be, a feature film originally released in 1970, which takes us into the studio with Paul McCartney, John Lennon, George Harrison and Ringo Starr, and presents their last concert as a quartet, at the Apple Corps studios building, in London. We bet that once again, fans of the group will be there.

Disney+, starting Wednesday

The throw of the dice: Call me Stéphane


The distribution ofCall me Stéphane

Starting June 28, the Maison des arts Desjardins in Drummondville will present this cult piece from the 1980s by Claude Meunier and Louis Saïa, revisited by André Robitaille, with Patrice Bélanger, Véronic DiCaire, Bernard Fortin, Diane Lavallée, Dominic Paquet and Tammy Verge . While waiting for this rereading, ICI ARTV offers a recording of an earlier version featuring Gilles Renaud, Monique Miller, Véronique Le Flaguais, Serge Thériault, Marc Messier and Frédérike Bédard. The story ? A theater teacher asks five people from very different backgrounds, but enrolled in the same evening drama class, to put on a play in which each will play their own story.

HERE ARTV, Monday at 8 p.m.

The return : There are people at mass


Host Christian Bégin, surrounded by Patrick Côté, Mariana Martin, Mélissa Bédard and Guy Jodoin

In good shape, Christian Bégin regained control last Friday There are people at mass. After launching the eighth season of the show with Mélanie Maynard, Danny St Pierre, Sly Toussaint and Michel Rivard, the host welcomes this week the singer Mélissa Bédard (who will also deliver a musical performance), the former arts champion mixed martial arts Patrick Côté (whom we saw at Big Brother Celebrities), baker and Mexican immigrant Mariana Martin, and actor Guy Jodoin, who will recount a terrifying moment he went through. We also expect René Simard, Dave Morissette, Michel Pagliaro and Vincent Bolduc in the coming weeks. And yes, the gospel choir is still present.

Télé-Québec, Friday at 9 p.m. (rebroadcast Sunday at 7 p.m.)

The last : The complicated life of Léa Olivier


Laurence Deschênes in The complicated life of Léa Olivier

The TV adaptation of Catherine Girard-Audet’s successful books ends after three seasons. In this final part available in 12 30-minute episodes directed by Martin Cadotte (The curse of Jonathan Plourde) and signed by Rachel Cardillo (The Argonauts, O’), Léa (Laurence Deschênes) is starting her fifth year of secondary school in Montreal, and as usual, little dramas shake up her daily life. Always as romantic, anxious and blundering, the heroine will redouble her efforts at school with the help of Olivier (Justin Simon)… to the great misfortune of Maude (Émie Thériault), who still has her in her line of sight. sight. Five new actors add their names to the credits, including Catherine Proulx-Lemay and Geneviève Brouillette.

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