Sucré Salé

June. 03,2002      
Rating:
9.3
Trailer Synopsis

Patrice Bélanger and his team are here to give Quebecers a little boost to their lives with this show where fun and pleasure prevail. With a front row seat to events happening across the province, the show is the reference for summer culture. Above and beyond the artists featured, the show puts our entire province in the spotlight.

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Seasons 21 : 2022

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30 Episode

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Episode 1 - Episode 1
May. 23,2022

Episode 2 - Episode 2
May. 24,2022

Episode 3 - Episode 3
May. 25,2022

Episode 4 - Episode 4
May. 26,2022

Episode 5 - Episode 5
May. 27,2022

Episode 6 - Episode 6
May. 30,2022

Episode 7 - Episode 7
May. 31,2022

Episode 8 - Episode 8
June. 01,2022

Episode 9 - Episode 9
June. 02,2022

Episode 10 - Episode 10
June. 03,2022

Episode 11 - Episode 11
June. 06,2022

Episode 12 - Episode 12
June. 07,2022

Episode 13 - Episode 13
June. 08,2022

Episode 14 - Episode 14
June. 09,2022

Episode 15 - Episode 15
June. 10,2022

Episode 16 - Episode 16
June. 13,2022

Episode 17 - Episode 17
June. 14,2022

Episode 18 - Episode 18
June. 15,2022

Episode 19 - Episode 19
June. 16,2022

Episode 20 - Episode 20
June. 17,2022

Episode 21 - Episode 21
June. 20,2022

Episode 22 - Episode 22
June. 21,2022

Episode 23 - Episode 23
June. 22,2022

Episode 24 - Episode 24
June. 23,2022

Episode 25 - Episode 25
June. 24,2022

Episode 26 - Episode 26
June. 27,2022

Episode 27 - Episode 27
June. 28,2022

Episode 28 - Episode 28
June. 29,2022

Episode 29 - Episode 29
June. 30,2022

Episode 30 - Episode 30
July. 01,2022

Seasons 20 : 2021

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81 Episode

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Seasons 19 : 2020

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77 Episode

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Seasons 18 : 2019

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75 Episode

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Seasons 17 : 2018

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75 Episode

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Seasons 16 : 2017

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79 Episode

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Seasons 15 : 2016

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75 Episode

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Seasons 14 : 2015

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5 Episode

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Seasons 13 : 2014

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1 Episode

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Seasons 12 : 2013

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5 Episode

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Seasons 11 : 2012

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5 Episode

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Seasons 10 : 2011

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5 Episode

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Seasons 9 : 2010

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5 Episode

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Seasons 7 : 2008

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10 Episode

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0 Episode

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Seasons 5 : 2006

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5 Episode

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Seasons 4 : 2005

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5 Episode

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Seasons 2 : 2003

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Seasons 1 : 2002

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