The first feature film to bear the Contes pour tous seal since The Gang of Outlaws in 2014, this youth comedy collected revenues of $572,724 at the Quebec box office in 2023, according to Cinéac data. Directed by Sébastien Gagné (Let Go, Le Chalet) and written by Dominic James, Coco Ferme tells the story of Max (Oscar Desgagnés), an 11-year-old budding entrepreneur who, along with his new friends Charles (Joey Bélanger) and Alice (Emma Bao Linh Tourné), starts a laying hen business. Entertainment for children, but also for adults, with current topics such as local food, animal welfare and debt.

Of course, Télé-Québec is bringing back the old classics, like Tintin and the Sunflower Affair (December 24), The Twelve Labors of Asterix (December 26), The Daltons on the Run (December 31) and Little Stuart (January 1). The broadcaster also selected more recent animated films, such as Upside Down (December 19), Bigfoot Junior (December 20), Tangled (December 21) and Ice Age 4: Continental Drift (January 3). . New this year: until December 29, we are broadcasting The 30 Works of Charlie and Elliot, a program in which Charlie Pierre and Elliot Léonard receive a personality every day at 6:25 p.m. who recounts childhood memories of Christmas.

After two successful films released respectively in 2010 and 2013, the franchise of fantasy novels by American author Rick Riordan is moving from the big to the small screen. Composed of eight episodes, the highly anticipated first season relates the dangerous quest of Percy Jackson (Walker Scobell). The plot in a nutshell? Accused by Zeus of having stolen his Lightning Bolt, the 12-year-old demigod will have to find the object to restore order to Olympus, and thus stop a war. During his epic journey across the United States, he will be surrounded by Annabeth (Leah Jeffries) and Grover (Aryan Simhadri), two friends. The trailer suggests a series full of monsters and action.

The Pokémon universe is expanding with this Japanese stop-motion animated series from the renowned Dwarf Studios (Miraculous: Ladybug and Cat Noir, Monsters at Work). The action revolves around the character of Haru, a young woman hired as concierge of a luxury hotel complex reserved for the owners of famous pocket monsters. Thus, the friendly heroine will have to take care of Pikachu, Dragonite, Magikarp and Eevee. Unveiled this fall, the trailer suggests a relaxing and sunny production, without combat sequences, which exudes the beach and summer, perfect for escaping (without leaving your living room) during the winter.