Edgy talk show hosted by three Haitian personalities who take a candid look at diversity issues in the hopes of helping us build a more inclusive world together.
Two grocery store clerks find themselves in the midst of a mysterious invasion of yellow crawling brains that contaminate the population and turn them into zombies.
If The L Word was written in 2014, filtered through the satirical lens of Girls (replete with dancing to Icona Pop’s “I Love It” in a club) and set in Québec, you’d have Féminin/Féminin.
A type of docu-dramatic comedy, straddling both documentary and fiction, Féminin/Féminin delves into the lives of six 20-something friends—lesbian, bisexual, and, yes, even straight—as they “live and love” in Montreal.
Louis T combs through the news and tackles today’s political, economic, environmental, and social issues with a healthy dose of laughter.
The elevator is therapy for a man trying to get to the top floor of an enormous skyscraper in the company of some of humanity’s most annoying specimens.
Alex is a happy and fulfilling young man: he is a sportsman, he has a career, a fiancee, friends ... He comes from a family of three whose mother died recently. Has always been the pillar of the family, the "perfect" child. But after a short coma, he becomes sexually attracted by men ... This change of sexual orientation creates a shock wave with his clan.