A catholic French couple sees their life upside down when their four daughters get married to men of different religion and origins.
Claude and Marie Verneuil face a new crisis. The four spouses of their daughters, David, Rachid, Chao and Charles decided to leave France for various reasons. Here they are imagining their lives elsewhere.
Dieu merci! is a French language Quebec television series based on the Australian series, Thank God You're Here. This version debuted the 27 September 2007 on TVA Sundays at 7 PM, and differed in that it featured actors, singers and other artists. During its fall upfronts, TVA announced the show as Thank God You're Here, indicating that the show's final title had not yet been decided.
Et Dieu créa... Laflaque is a satirical show on Quebec television that comments on current events by the favour of the show's main character, Gérard D. Laflaque, a stereotypical, family father and an announcer. Created by the cartoonist Serge Chapleau, he is broadcast on a weekly basis since 2004 by Télévision de Radio-Canada. There are currently seven seasons. Its title translates to "and God created...Laflaque" in English.
Kami no Shizuku is a Japanese multi-awards winner television comedy series, based on the manga series Les Gouttes de Dieu. Produced by Nippon Television and featuring Kamenashi Kazuya, Tanabe Seiichi, Naka Riisa, Nozomi Sasaki, and Yuki Uchida, it was first broadcast on January 13, 2009, running until to March 10, 2009.
Takes the viewers behind the scenes of the most prestigious male strip club for women in Canada.