What to watch on TV on Friday?

What to watch on TV on Friday?

Here are some suggestions for shows and films to watch on French-language television on Friday, September 25:

“La Manic”

Documentary focusing on the Manic GT car, the only mass-produced Quebec vehicle, which had a very short life in the late 1960s and early 1970s. A look back at the ambitious project signed Jacques About with images of prototypes that remain dreams.

Anytime on Club illico.

“The beautiful poisoner”

Quebec drama comedy carried by Maxime Denommée and Isabelle Blais in which the life of a young man changes completely after his meeting with a mysterious woman who makes his heart beat faster. Murder and heavy secrets enrich his vocabulary and turn his daily life upside down.

Friday, 10 a.m., VRAK.

“Singles to butt”

Five young single women from here embark on the search for love with all the obstacles that encounters entail in 2020. Marie C.'s first supper takes a bad turn while Marie G.'s date is synonymous. of great confidence. Beginning of the documentary series.

Friday, 7 p.m., Canal Vie.

“It ends well the week”

Julie Bélanger and José Gaudet celebrate their return with a new segment: the wall of shame! They also get naughty advice from host Marie-Ève Janvier, discuss motherhood with young singer Alicia Moffet and have funny stories told by comedian Christine Morency.

Friday, 7 p.m., VAT.

“There are people at mass”

Christian Bégin discusses literature with author Chrystine Brouillet, takes an interest in what is above our heads thanks to the “guardian of the starry sky” Sébastien Giguère, shines the spotlight on cultural night in the company of Mathieu Grondin and talks identity in front of the actor Frédéric Pierre. In performance: Claudia Bouvette.

Friday, 8 p.m., Télé-Québec.

“Yeti, are you there?”

Seriously, researchers have seen fit to follow in the footsteps of the Yeti, this mythical half-ape, half-man creature that still fascinates. Launched on a quest, the Danes and the British search for it in Asia while the Swiss take a scientific interest in its fur.

Friday, 9 p.m., Planète +.

“The big blow”

In this action film whose plot is set in Montreal, Robert De Niro is a burglary specialist who wants to end his criminal career with a bang. He therefore joins forces with young Edward Norton to enter the walls of the customs building and seize a golden scepter.

Friday, 9:30 p.m., Take 2.

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