V unveils fall line-up
The French-language network is rolling out a new reality show and a Friday night block of police and justice programming.
French-language network V has unveiled its TV lineup for fall.
New for the network this fall is the debut of Ce soir tout est permis, a reality competition show that puts music artists through increasingly crazy challenges. Adapted in over 20 markets internationally, the Quebec edition will be hosted by Eric Salvail (pictured), whose late night talk show on V, En mode Salvail, returns to the schedule at the end of September after an award-winning debut season last year.
Other new shows include the Quebec version of Hello Goodbye, which features real life footage from the reunions and departures at the Montreal airport, and SQ, an uncensored look inside Quebec’s provincial police force to air Fridays as part of a block called Les vendredis font la loi (Fridays Lay Down the Law).
Returning shows include Atomes crochus, La guerre des clans and Un souper presque parfait, all part of 5 à 7 en famille (Family happy hour). Les détestables, Taxi Payant, Apollo dans l’frigo and L’arbitre will be back with new episodes, with Allume-moi returning at the end of September.