What to watch on TV Thursday?

What to watch on TV Thursday?

Here are some suggestions for shows and movies to watch on French-language television on Thursday, October 1:

“The last felquist”

Available in bursts, this documentary series cut into six episodes follows two journalists plunged into a quest for the truth in order to discover who killed Mario Bachand, an important member of the Front de liberation du Québec, in 1971. This political assassination has long been a business classified.

Anytime on Club illico.

“The petty bourgeois”

Comedy in which the late Brittany Murphy, penniless, plays the governess of a very young Dakota Fanning. After having her inheritance stolen, she will have no other choice but to accept this job with a rich and cynical 8-year-old girl. Together, they will each grow in their own way.

Thursday, 2 p.m., Take 2.

“Trip to Rome”

The stories of the heart which draw to their end are the starting point of this French comedy carried by Gérard Jugnot. A man, whose divorce from his wife is imminent, learns that his father and mother are also going to separate. So he leaves for Rome with her.

Thursday, 5 p.m., StudioCanal.

“Tupperware, the emancipated little box”

Documentary that rhymes Tupperware with feminism. The now famous dishes were at the origin of what has come to be called a household revolution, at the same time helping American women living in Orlando and French women in the city of Tours to emancipate themselves.

Thursday, 8 p.m., Planète +.

“Potluck Station”

Comedian Sam Breton does not cook and eats “like a teenager”, according to Émilie Fournier. His visit to the set is synonymous with a sweet brunch with breakfast chicken, chicken pancakes and dessert poutine, concocted by Stefano Faita and Hugo Saint-Jacques. A chocolate expert also joins the guests.

Thursday, 9 p.m., Zest.

“In the media”

In addition to discussing career with Sonia Benezra, host Marie-Louise Arsenault is interested in journalistic coverage in the middle of the second wave of COVID-19. In addition, we analyze the YouTube algorithm to explain the presence of certain conspiratorial videos offered to users.

Thursday, 9 p.m., Télé-Québec.


Criminal and penal offenses govern the professional world of certain lawyers. Me Lévy-Soussan will try to convince the courts that his client should not be found guilty of dangerous driving causing serious injuries, because he was instead involved in an accident.

Thursday, 9:30 p.m., VAT.

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