MONTREAL – Here are some suggestions of shows and movies to watch on tv on the French-language channels in the Sunday, June 21:
For nearly four years, a team has documented the work of the bridge, Samuel De Champlain, in Montreal. This story, filmed in the heart of the site, including all of the science used behind this emblematic work, foundations up to the huge shrouds that support the main span. Sunday, 18: 30, ICI Radio-Canada Télé.
His family was on the verge of explosion, Bob Munro (Robin Williams) decides to take his wife Jamie and their two children on a trip. But instead of the Hawaii vacation he had promised, he gives them rather a journey in a recreational vehicle in Colorado. There is nothing better for getting closer… on Sunday, 19 h, Prise2.
Special “Festival international de Jazz de Montreal”
To celebrate its five years in Quebec, Mezzo Live is in free access at Videotron, Cogeco and SCC. The chain offers a night out at the Festival international de Jazz de Montreal with a concert by Gregory Porter, captured in 2016. It will be followed by the sparkling performance of Béla Fleck and the Flecktones, 2018, to complete the delivery of Donny McCaslin, 2017, during which it made a glowing tribute to David Bowie. Sunday, 20: 22, Mezzo Live HD.
“Where are you?”
On August 15, 1978, a child of 18 months, Yohanna Cyr, has mysteriously disappeared in Saint-Laurent. Her mother Liliane Cyr had left it with her then-husband. She has tried to find in the United States where he was said to have taken. Then, it was affirmed that Yohanna had drowned in his bath and that he had buried the body. Forty years later, his mother does not lower the arms, and remains convinced that she is still alive. Sunday, 21: 55, VAT.
“Good Cop Bad Cop 2”
Full undercover operation, the agent quebecer David Bouchard (Patrick Huard) gets caught by her former partner Martin Ward (Colm Feore), now an RCMP officer. Together, they will again work with the aim of dismantling a network of car thieves. Sunday, 22: 44, Artv.
“Arab youth, yallah!”
Nadia Essadiqi, aka The Bronze went to explore six arab countries to meet the local youth to see how she lives, what are their aspirations and dreams. This week, she is in Beirut, Lebanon, a city of teeming life and beauty. Sunday, 23 pm, on TV5.
While the police of Algonquin Bay is trying to redeem himself with the family of Katie Pine, Lise Delorme (Karine Vanasse) believes that Cardinal has discovered his double game and puts the investigation in jeopardy in order to take on the fact. The young detective discovers that the mission that Musgrave has entrusted to him was not official. In the meantime, the killer gets closer to his next victim. Sunday, 23 h, Vrak.