Quebecers will be able to experience the incredible victory of the Montreal Alouettes in the 110 final from the insidee Gray Cup, last Sunday, thanks to a docu-reality currently being filmed.
The Fair-Play team, spearheading this original production in collaboration with Quebecor Content, was on hand in Hamilton to capture all the frenzy surrounding the Birds’ extreme 28-24 victory over the Winnipeg Blue Bombers.
In 2024, TVA and TVA Sports will broadcast eight half-hour slots commissioned by TVA Group and produced by Brian Desgagné. The official title has not yet been announced.
The series will give “unprecedented privileged access” to both the players – during games, at practice and in their daily lives – as well as the organization that relaunched the Montreal franchise, making the Alouettes the champions of Canadian football. League. It’s been 13 years since the Gray Cup returned to Montreal. We will see all the emotions the Alouettes experience during wins and losses, a season is never a long, quiet river for any team.
We will be able to get to know better those who struggle with the ball on the field, but also the coaching team led by Jason Maas, general manager of football operations Danny Maciocia, president Mark Weightman and the new owner of the team, businessman Pierre Karl Péladeau, who is also the president and CEO of Quebecor. We’ll even have access to the medical team and cheerleaders, to paint a complete portrait of the organization.
The images were taken during the playoffs, and are also planned to be filmed during the next training camp and during the 2024 season.
“In this pivotal period marking the resurgence of the Montreal Alouettes, Quebecor Content is very proud to partner with Fair-Play to offer a series that bears witness to this new page in history for our professional football team,” the director of original content said in a press release Tuesday. , documentaries and lifestyle at Quebecor Content, Johanne Ménard.
“TVA Sports is very happy to broadcast a series that promises a lot of intensity and emotion. “Football fans will be happy to find their champion team in 2024 and see how far they have come to get there,” said TVA Sports General Manager, Louis-Philippe Neveu.
Broadcast Wednesday’s parade on TVA and TVA Sports
Don’t forget that the Alouettes will be parading down Boulevard De Maisonneuve West this Wednesday for the first time in 13 years. This special event will be hosted by Charles-Antoine Sinotte and will be featured on TVA, TVA+, TVA Sports, LCN as well as jdem.com, jdeq.com and tvasports.ca starting at 11am.
As for the parade itself, it must start at 11:30 and last 45 minutes, from the intersection of Crescent Street and De Maisonneuve Boulevard West, to the Quartier des spectacles.