Here are some suggestions for shows and films to watch on French-language television on Thursday, November 19:
“Coroner, the voice of the victims”
New documentary series spying on the work of six coroners immersed in the various stages of an investigation, from the discovery of a body to the final report. Their quest for the truth spans eight episodes and aims to enable those who have died to recount their tragic end.
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For this dramatic comedy, Matthew Perry slips into the skin of a screenwriter seeking by all means to curb his depersonalization syndrome. As he continues his efforts with various doctors, he meets the woman of his dreams.
Thursday, 3 p.m., VRAK.
Documentary series based on Greg Kelley, a young American football star in Texas. The man found guilty of sexually assaulting a 4-year-old boy has been released after spending more than three years behind bars for misconduct during the investigation.
Thursday, 8 p.m., Investigation.
“The angels of renovation”
In order to give back to the Jauregui family, whose generosity over the years has been eloquent, Jesse and his team take on the clan’s century-old home. The condition of the house has been greatly affected by the passage of time. Last episode of the season.
Thursday, 8 p.m., VAT.
“In the media”
During her most recent tour de table, Marie-Louise Arsenault talks to Normand Brathwaite about her prolific career. She also receives Monique Jérôme-Forget and Luc Ferrandez to talk about the “Our Elected” series, in addition to taking an interest in TVA’s new visual identity.
Thursday, 9 p.m., Télé-Québec.
The world of recordings from here was synonymous with flashes of genius, but also with difficult times during the 1960s and 1970s. This documentary on an important part of Quebec’s cultural history is told through that of the producer Denis Pantis.
Thursday, 10 p.m., Canal D.
“Mr. Turner ‘
Timothy Spall lends his features to the eccentric and famous 19th century British painter Joseph Mallord William Turner to shed light on the last tumultuous years of his life. Biographical drama nominated four times for the Oscars in 2015.
Thursday, 11 p.m., ARTV.