This award-winning, live-action scripted series is a fantastic tale about bullying, friendship and putting yourself in someone else’s shoes ~ whether they belong to the class nerd, the school bully, or a fluffy puppet.
A series that follows the very realistic, very funny and very relatable lives of Danny Barker and Sarah Dawson – a new couple trying to navigate through college while dealing with surrounding conflicts of classes, social lives and other responsibilities to make it into true adult life in one piece.
Lighthouse Pete features the adventures of a young lighthouse keeper who loves his friends' company, especially Pique-Assiette, a mischievous and cheerful seagull whose presence is sure to spice up Peter's life.
The Campground of MY BOSS IS A BEAR is a wild and absurd realm, where (almost) anything can happen. Our four young protagonists meet outlandish characters and deal with bizarre, hilarious situations. In spite of their opposite personalities, they have to stick together to protect the only thing they have: THEIR campground!
In the village of Bouillon, a strange crew is working in an old motel built alongside a thermal spring with mysterious properties. The team is comprised of disgusting monsters, a crazy old man, and Magalie, a clumsy yet clever 15 years old teen.
Magalie's portrait mysteriously appears in the old sorcery book and we discover that she was predestined to replace Hector as Guardian of the Magic Spring and all monstrous creatures. From all corners of the world, she is quickly summoned by creatures of all sorts who require her help.
GALALA is an artistic competition, a surprising show which goes out to meet young kids of 5-15 years. In a lively musical atmosphere, the animator gives each show a dynamic pace while showcasing performers, by encouraging and initiating with them short and warm conversation.
Young Francophones outside Quebec (New Brunswick, Ontario) do not have game shows where they are on the screen, do not have games where the sets are like them. "Le 5e élément" is to become the first Canadian television game featuring 9-12 years francophones from five regions of the country.
Watatatow is a television series where teenagers deal with the problem of growing up. The action takes place among different families representing a wide range of income levels and lifestyles, including traditional families, separated or divorced couples, adopted children, kids in foster care and even young adults roommates.