- PVP Animation II inc.
- Producers: François Trudel, Vincent Leroux, Pierre Belaisch, Maria Elena Congedo and Domenico Procacci (TV) François Trudel (NM)
- 52 X 11 minutes / Canadian broadcaster: Société Radio-Canada – International broadcasters: Globosat (Brazil – Portugal), Disney Europe, Disney France, RAI – Italie
- Interactive components production: PVP Animation II inc.
- Producer’s website: www.pvp.ca
- Program’s website: www.trullalleri.com
Hoping to lay their hands on a powerful book of magic that turns up once every 100 years, the Trullalleri are studying at the famous Trulloland school of magic and cooking to become master chef-magicians. With the help of a mysterious woman who knows about the book, they will try to save Trulloland from the clutches of a threatening sorcerer.
In the interactive component, kids can enter the world of Trulloland and help the Trullalleri succeed as students at the top-notch school of magic and cooking. The objective of the game is to pass courses as apprentice chef-magicians, have fun, laugh and try out wacky recipes.
- Productions La Voix III inc.
- Producers: Julie Snyder, Marianik Giffard, Benoit Clermont and Chantal Lépine
- 13 X 120 minutes / TVA
- Interactive components production: Olivier Benoit – Productions La Voix III inc.
- Producer’s website: www.productionsj.com
- Program’s website: www.lavoix.ca
La Voix, the enormously successful Québec version of the worldwide television phenomenon The Voice, is back for a third season. It’s all about the voice and nothing but the voice: the coaches and audience will choose the winner based on that one criterion. After the blind auditions, duets and live performances, one of the contestants will be crowned the voice of Québec in the final show of the season.
The mobile-compatible 360º interactive component offers users a synchronized immersive experience that seamlessly integrates television with the Web and social platforms.
- TVA Productions II inc.
- Producer: Jean Guimond
- 250 X 3h30 minutes / TVA
- Interactive components production: TVA Interactif
- Producer’s website: tva.canoe.ca
- Program’s website: tva.canoe.ca/salutbonjour
After 26 seasons, Salut Bonjour continues to dominate the morning television landscape in Québec. It is the place viewers go to find out about everything they need to know. Over the years, Salut Bonjour has formed a close bond with its audiences by staying true to its mission: to inform and entertain.
The mobile-compatible website contains essential info plus archived video content. Social networks complete the show’s digital offering.
- Attraction Images Productions IV inc.
- Producer: Micho Marquis-Rose
- 10 X 60 minutes / ICI Radio-Canada
- Interactive components production: Attraction Images
- Producer’s website: attractionimages.ca
- Program’s website: dragon.radio-canada.ca
Dans l’oeil du dragon, the Québec adaptation of the global success Dragon’s Den, is back for its fourth season. In each episode, five dragons from the business world weigh pitches from entrepreneurs who must apply their originality and strategic vision to convince the dragons of their business’ potential.
In the multiplatform component, players try to realize profits by investing in fictional businesses and making the right decisions. They can also make investment plays in the second-screen experience, which is synchronized with the show. The two complementary sections of the game, available on the Web and on iOS and Android devices, mirror the show’s combination of entertainment and education.
- Productions Pixcom inc.
- Executive Producers (TV and multimedia components): Jacquelin Bouchard, Nicola Merola and Sylvie Desrochers
- Producer: Thérèse Pinho
- 26 X 30 minutes / ICI Radio-canada
- Interactive components production: Productions Pixcom inc. Producer: Nadine Dufour
- Producer’s website: pixcom.com
Code MAX is a game show for kids aged 6 to 8 played on a touch screen – but not with their fingers. Players use their arms, legs and brains. In short, the whole body. Viewers can use the Code MAX app to play the game at home simultaneously and try to decipher the MAX code. If they can beat the players on TV, they win an exclusive MAX video trophy.
The app also includes various games that can be played at any time. A website completes the experience.
- Eurêka! Productions inc.
- Producers: France Choquette and Jean Roy
- 5 X 60 minutes / ARTV
- Interactive components production: Productions Version 10 inc.
- Producer’s website: eureka-tv.com
In the arts, eroticism is everywhere: in painting and sculpture, obviously, but also in design, dance, digital art, textiles, jewellery, graphic novels, etc. The paths of desire are varied. The series L’Art érotique explores sensual art thematically, in ways that please the eye and stir desire.
The seductive digital component includes an official site (featuring artists’ diaries, quizzes and more), a social media strategy and an interactive work, available on iPad and two ICI ARTV windows, made up primarily of original commissioned pieces. The audience explores the work through tactile interaction.
- DATSIT Studios Onze inc.
- Producers: François Carignan and Carole Caron
- 15 X 30 minutes / Moi & cie (Groupe TVA)
- Interactive components production: TVA Interactif
- Producer’s website: moietcie.ca
- Program’s website: tv.moietcie.ca/series/vive/accueil
VIVE, hosted by Jacynthe René, responds to the growing public interest in wellness through healthy eating, physical activity, conducive living conditions and a positive philosophy of life. Each viewer picks what she feels will help her achieve a healthy lifestyle. Viewers are free to draw on and be inspired by the wellness and vitality tips that are the heart of the show.
To increase the show’s impact, season 2 of VIVE is accompanied by interactive mobile and social components featuring a large body of annotated and classified content.
- Océan Télévision II inc.
- Producers: Denise Landry and Rémi St-Gelais
- 13 X 48 minutes / TV5 Québec-Canada
- Interactive components production: Océan Télévision
- Producer’s website: oceantelevision.ca
- Program’s website: partirautrement.ca
Season 6 of Partir autrement goes to destinations that attract tourists who want to contribute to the development of local communities. The series covers 13 examples that illustrate the shift towards socially responsible tourism. With her sincere desire to get out and meet people, new host Magalie Lépine-Blondeau puts the focus on human contact.
Partirautrement.ca is a new kind of interactive magazine that boasts a wealth of curated original content, with contributions from an engaged audience. It also features a bold sponsored content strategy. The site is the new French-language standard reference on eco-responsible tourism.