What to watch on TV this fall?

With the arrival of fall comes the start of the TV season. Of Stat has Indefensiblethrough English classics like Sex Education (Sex education), or new Quebec releases like After the floodhere’s what to watch out for on the small screen.

The dailies

The emergency physicians at Saint-Vincent Hospital are returning to service this fall. Emmanuelle (Suzanne Clément), Jacob (Lou-Pascal Tremblay), Isabelle (Geneviève Schmidt) and Philippe (Patrick Labbé) will be confronted with the death of a character from the first minutes of the new season, while the specter of François ( Daniel Parent) still haunts the hospital center.

Back on September 11 at 7 p.m. on ICI Télé

As for Quebecor’s daily legal affairs, we are awaiting the entry of a new recurring character into the Lapointe-Macdonald-Desjardins cabinet. Viewers will also be able to get to know lawyer Marie-Anne Desjardins (Anne-Élisabeth Bossé) better throughout this second season.

Back on September 11 at 7 p.m. on TVA

The big returns

The thriller by Éric Bruneau and Kim Lévesque-Lizotte finds its financial aces after the shocks of the first season. François (Émile Proulx-Cloutier), Évelyne (Karine Vanasse), Marc-André (Éric Bruneau) and the gang land on their feet, or prepare their next dirty tricks.

Back on September 11 at 9 p.m. on ICI Télé

  • The night Laurier Gaudreault woke up

The night Laurier Gaudreault woke up is not making a return strictly speaking, but rather finds itself catapulted to Télé-Québec after having been broadcast on Club illico since its release in 2022. This is the opportunity for those who have not yet seen the dramatic miniseries by Xavier Dolan to let himself be carried away into the kitsch and anxiety-provoking world of the Gaudreault family.

Broadcast from September 7 at 9 p.m. on Télé-Québec

English and American series

  • Sex Education (Sex education)

Netflix’s bright and teasing coming-of-age comedy returns for a fourth and final season this fall. New characters include Canadian Dan Levy (Schitt’s Creek), who will play Thomas Molloy, Maeve Wiley’s (Emma Mackley) tutor at her new university.

Released from September 21 on Netflix

Peter Morgan hesitated to produce a sixth season of his hit historical series. But to the delight of fans of the British royal family – and all the mysteries that surround it – The Crown is indeed back for one last lap. It will span from the late 1990s to the early 2000s, including the tragic death of Princess Diana in 1997.

Airing this fall (date to be confirmed) on Netflix

We see the two figures outside, holding hands.

Ed McVey and Meg Bellamy step into the shoes of Prince William and Kate Middleton in the new season of “The Crown.”

Photo: Netflix

  • The Morning Show (The morning)

In the #MeToo era, The Morning Show tells the story of how two anchors (Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston) survive and rise in the unforgiving world of American morning news shows. The third season promises to be more tense than ever with the arrival of an influential businessman played by Jon Hamm (Mad Men).

Airing September 13 on Apple TV

Prime Video has a revenge series in the works. The British show Wilderness tells how Liv (Jenna Coleman) considers doing the worst after discovering that her boyfriend (Oliver Jackson-Cohen) is unfaithful to her. A nature getaway in the United States could become the scene of an… unfortunate accident.

Broadcast from September 15 on Prime Video

New things from Quebec

A policewoman (Penande Estime) takes four young people with troubled pasts under her wing and introduces them to mixed martial arts (MMA) in After the flood, a new original series signed by Quebec artist Mara Joly. His challenge: to break the vicious circle of violence by fighting fire with fire.

Broadcast from September 14 at 9 p.m. on Noovo

In The candidatea series loosely inspired by the career of politician Ruth Ellen Brosseau, Catherine Chabot plays Alix Mongeau, a nail technician who agrees to introduce herself as candidate pole for a party… and who will end up being elected.

You can see the trailer on HERE Tou.tv Extra (New window).

Broadcast on ICI Tou.tv Extra from September 21

We see Catherine Chabot with her back leaning against a green door.

“The candidate” arrives on ICI Tou.tv Extra before the end of September.

Photo: Radio-Canada / Bertrand Calmeau

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