|Tout le monde en parle|
Original logo for Tout le monde en parle, used from 2004 to 2012.
|Created by||Guy A. Lepage|
|Directed by||Manon Brisebois|
|Presented by||Guy A. Lepage|
|Country of origin||Canada (Quebec)|
|No. of seasons||14|
|Guy A. Lepage|
|Production location(s)||Maison Radio-Canada|
|Editor(s)||Guy A. Lepage|
|Running time||2 hours and 20 minutes|
|Production||Avanti Ciné Vidéo |
Le gars de la TV
Les productions Jacques K Primeau
|Original network||Ici Radio-Canada Télé (TV)|
Ici Radio-Canada Première (radio)
|Original release||September 12, 2004 -|
Tout le monde en parle (French pronunciation: [tu l? md pa?l], Everyone's Talking About It) is a Quebec talk show hosted and co-produced by Guy A. Lepage, broadcast on Télévision de Radio-Canada / Ici Radio-Canada Télé since 2004, and simulcast on radio on Ici Radio-Canada Première. It has been adapted from the since-cancelled French talk show of the same name, created and hosted by Thierry Ardisson.
Tout le monde en parle is a talk show recorded in front of an audience, then edited. Every week, the show welcomes, on the same set, personalities from different spheres of interest: politics, sport, show, literature, journalism, religion, affairs, etc. They usually have taken part in news of the week, and although they are mostly Quebecers, they are sometimes international guests. They are invited to discuss, freely express themselves and share their opinions on hot topics or on topics directly related to them.
It often consists of interviews or games, sometimes only discussion. The host leads debates and conversations. A co-host, known as Le fou du roi (English: the jester), reacts promptly and spontaneously, in a humorous way, to the debate.
Since the debut of the show, the host has been Guy A. Lepage, a former member of the sketch comedy group Rock et Belles Oreilles (RBO) and "the guy" in the sitcom Un gars, une fille (English: A Guy & A Girl). Le fou du roi is Dany Turcotte, former member of the sketch comedy group Groupe sanguin.
A guest host is brought in when Lepage is away, although this rarely happens. For the December 3, 2006 edition, Lepage was replaced by Véronique Cloutier so Lepage could participate in an interview with RBO.