When TVA announced the start of a local version of the British reality show I’m a celebrity… Get me out of here!Quebec – well, I’m exaggerating a bit – uttered a stifled cry: no longer who will agree to show themselves under their worst light in front of the intrusive cameras, their faces smeared with mud and insect bites?
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‘Cause there’s absolutely nothing glam about Get me out of here!, the French name of this phenomenal show that TVA will relay in January. Mix of Fort Boyard etc Survivorthe production and parachute ten stars in the middle of the jungle and force them to survive with the bare minimum, without make-up artist, hairdresser, or caterer.
To earn comfort privileges, participants of Get me out of here! eat ants, baobab roots or cockroaches and sleep in a more than rudimentary camp, which is teeming with bugs. They also burden themselves with painful physical deficits.
Anyway, it looks like (fire) extreme expedition of the Z channel, where Martin Perizzolo had freaked out in 2016. TVA confirmed on Monday the participation of three competitors from Get me out of here!either the singer Nathalie Simard, the Dr François Marquis of the docureality On call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week of Télé-Québec as well as Olympic athlete Marianne St-Gelais.
And who are the other brave ones? According to my spies, who have not taken time off this summer, comedian Jean-François Mercier, singer-songwriter Andréanne A. Malette, weather presenter Colette Provencher and actress Livia Martin (daughter of comedian Maxim Martin) would be part of this exotic-television journey. None of these candidates observed responding to my interview requests about Get me out of here!.
With the Dr Marquis in the group, head of intensive care at the Maisonneuve-Rosemont hospital, we know that heat stroke, food poisoning and dehydration must be treated well. And Colette Provencher probably saw the hurricanes two days in advance, he who shed light on the future of weather maps after more than 40 years at TVA.
the tours of Get me out of here! were completed in July, in Costa Rica. The animation of this reality show has been appointed to Alexandre Barrette and Jean-Philippe Dion, who will thus tear themselves away from the cozy boho-chic comfort of true nature.
The headliners of Get me out of here!, who are called campers, are entitled to rations of rice and black beans and their nights under the stars in a tropical forest. The person who lasts longer with the experience of being immersed in an equatorial wilderness sends in a donation of $100,000, which he sends to a charity of his choice.
In England, the ITV channel presents at 22and season of I’m a celebrity… Get me out of here! with resounding success on the audience. On the side of the United States, the adaptation was a total flop. The first version, made in 2003, notably brought together actress Melissa Rivers, aspiring politician Caitlyn Jenner and model Tyson Beckford. The second incarnation, conceived in 2009, brings together supermodel Janice Dickinson, actor Lou Diamond Phillips (the Bamba) and two of the Baldwin brothers, Stephen and Daniel. Series C all stars, we agree.
Yes, there will be stars in winter reality shows. new brings back Big Brother Celebrities for a third chapter in January, still with Marie-Mai in charge.
Huge love for comedy The sex life of college girls from HBO, which can be viewed, unfortunately only in English, on the Crave platform. The French version does not exist with us, it is sad.
I know it, sex lives about a year old, no longer good. Good television does not have an expiration date. The second season would be released in late 2022 or early 2023, and I can’t wait. It’s funny, moving and filled with vitaminized dialogues.
The title of this TV series created by the brilliant Mindy Kaling (The first of the month were) in summary the content, which oscillates between the comic and the very honest. It follows four roommates who begin their first year at the prestigious (fictional) university of Essex, in Vermont. The four “adultescents”, who turned out to be from different socio-economic backgrounds, had nothing in common at the start.
There’s confident Leighton, the rich kid raised in New York who looks like a mean blonde in gossip Girl. There’s shy Kimberly, whose family in Arizona isn’t rolling in gold. There’s Bela, an aspiring comedian whose Indian parents assume she’s studying science. And there’s the athletic Whitney, soccer champion and daughter of a well-known senator.
Between their classes and their social activities, the four roommates have, of course, sex. Lots of sex. They get entangled in complicated relationships, limit toxins. They question their future and their sexual orientation. They resolve conflicts and end up forging strong bonds between them.
Prime: The sex life of college girls beginning with the start of the school year in Essex, which is exactly what is happening in the universities here. Don’t let that autumnal spirit drown you in a pumpkin spice latte and wrap you in a chunky wool sweater, though. resistance. It’s still summer!