The Bye Bye improved its score from last year. The 2023 edition attracted 3,316,000 live viewers on December 31, compared to 3,222,000 in 2022.

According to preliminary data from Numéris provided by Radio-Canada, the end-of-year humorous review garnered a market share of 91% during the evening.

The absolute record still belongs to Bye Bye 2020. In the midst of the pandemic lockdown, the show produced by Simon Olivier Fecteau attracted 3,814,000 viewers, for a market share of 93%. In 2021, when a curfew had just been imposed, its live audience reached 3,773,000 people.

Infoman also recorded an increase in ratings compared to last year. At 10 p.m., the show piloted by Jean-René Dufort attracted 2,750,000 viewers, or 338,000 more than in 2022 (2,412,000).

In the first part of the evening, Live from New Year’s Day and See You Next Year suffered a slight drop. At 7 p.m., France Beaudoin’s musical high mass captivated 1,841,000 people (57% of the audience), compared to 1,858,000 and 65% in 2022. At 8:30 p.m., Philippe Laguë’s performance interested 1,595,000 fans (52% of the audience), compared to 1,682,000 and 61% in 2022.

As for the behind-the-scenes shows, presented after midnight, that of Bye Bye brought together 1,268,000 people, and that of Live on New Year’s Day attracted 482,000 night owls.