La Fin du monde est à 7 heures
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La Fin du monde est à 7 heures ("The end of the world is at 7 o'clock") was a Quebec television comedy series, which aired on TQS from 1997 to 2000. As the title says, the show was traditionally broadcast daily at 7 PM, but was later moved to the 6 PM slot, at the same time as most other networks' news bulletins, with no name change.
Hosted by Marc Labrèche, the program was a satirical take on news and current affairs, somewhat similar in style to the English Canadian series This Hour Has 22 Minutes. In addition to Labrèche, other personalities associated with the show include Jean-René Dufort, Patrick Masbourian, Isabelle Maréchal, Paul Houde and Bruno Blanchet.
Jean-René Dufort now hosts a show on Radio-Canada called Infoman.
Marc Labrèche is currently the host of a show called 3600 secondes d'extase airing on Radio-Canada. Labrèche worked ona TVA show called Le Coeur a ses raisons ("The Heart has its Motives") which is a parody of soap operas also starring Anne Dorval. He also hosted Le Fric Show, a satirical newsmagazine and variety series with some similarities to La Fin du monde..., for Radio-Canada.
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