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What's on TiVi5MONDE?

The first 24/7 French-Language Kids Channel in the United States!

LET THE FUN BEGIN... EN FRANÇAIS!

TiVi5MONDE is America’s first and only 24 hour French-language children’s network! Watch your favorite heroes on TiVi5MONDE as they take on the adventures of the world.

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#DANSLATOILE

Running time: 20X2

Directed by: Emma Carré, Marjolaine Perreten (France, 2017)

How exactly does the Internet work? Mitzi and her sister Noah are keen to discover all its secrets! The Cat takes them behind the screen to reveal the hidden aspects of the web and teach them responsible behaviour to ensure safe browsing.

100% ANIMAL

Running time: 65x25'

Directed by: Yannick Savard (Canada, 2014)

From the aquarium to the zoo, plus farms and animal centres, reporters Mathieu Pichette and Silvi Tourigny delve into the animal kingdom. They present the details of their day-to-day experiences with humour and also seek out experts to go into different issues in depth.

AS DU LYCÉE (L')

Running time: 40x13’

Directed by: Missa Hebie, 2008
Country: Burkina Faso

Ismaël, 12 years old, is the son of a concierge. His father's boss has enrolled him this year in the same select middle school that his daughter Fanny goes to. From a poor background, he isn't accepted by the other students. Luckily, Fanny vows her friendship, through every test...

ANATOLE LATUILE

Running time: 52x11’

Directed by: Éric Gutierez, Thibaut Chatel (France, 2016)

Anatole’s boundless imagination gets him out of countless delicate situations: telling his parents he got bad grades, banned from watching TV or unpleasant challenges to be faced... Unfortunately, the solutions he and his friends come up with are usually a bit over the top!

API !

Running time: 26x7’

Directed by: Pierre-Marie Sindo (Ivory Coast, 2017)

A hard-working and disciplined pupil, Api is top of his year 4 class. His outlook changes with the arrival of Éric, his complete opposite: chatty, mediocre, quarrelsome and a cheat. Through their shared experiences, the two classmates become accustomed to each other and discover one another's qualities and shortcomings.

ARTHUR AUTOUR DU MONDE

Running time: 95x4’

Directed by: Pierre Brouwers (United Kingdom, 201()

Arthur may be knee high to a grasshopper, but that doesn’t prevent him from traveling all around the world! On foot, by scooter or in his tiny red electric car, this intrepid little boy roams from New York to Oslo, Tunisia to Guiana, and plays the role of tour guide.

AVENTURES DE GROIN ET BIGORNEAU (LES)

Running time: 26x2’

Directed by: Sandrine Reliquet (France, 2011)

What do a pig and a winkle have in common? Nothing! Yet these two are the best of friends, letting their imagination run wild as they rewrite the rules of language. They invent their own zany world, full of surrealist and absurd situations.

BASKERVILLE (LES)

Running time: 26x26’

Directed by: Nick Martinelli, Emmanuelle Colin (France, 1999)
 
The Baskervilles’ move goes horribly wrong: they accidentally end up in hell… The devil and his team decide to hide this fact from this friendly family. But the Baskervilles really want to fit in, and go out of their way to be accepted in what they think is an ordinary suburb.

BELLE ET SÉBASTIEN

Running time: 52x11'

Directed by: Lionel François (France/Canada, 2017)
Based on the series by Cécile Aubry

Sébastien and Belle are inseparable friends. He's a plucky and spirited little boy and she's a big white dog who had been abandoned. Exploring the valley and the Alpine peaks where they live, they come to the aid of people in difficulty.

CABANE À HISTOIRES (LA)

Running time: 26x7’

Presented by: Célia Rivière, 2016
Country: France

Four best friends have a secret: after school, they climb up to their hidden tree house. It contains a priceless treasure: books! Each day, the children tell one another stories, travelling to exciting fairy-tale worlds. 

CAPTAIN BICEPS

Running time: 78x8’

Creation: Zep & Tebo
Adaptation: Vincent Costi
Directed by: Pascal David, 2008
Country: France

Captain Biceps has the biggest biceps in the universe! He is a super hero, but he is also a big kid, living with Raymonde, his mum. The sparks of childish madness which characterise him always help him to find crazy and offbeat ideas to lead him to victory.

CHANSONS Z'ENFANTINES

Running time: 16x8’

Directed by: Émilie Vanversheim, Emmanuelle Reyss (France, 2014)

Nursery rhymes are timeless. Each episode portrays one of them in a simple and colourful world, resembling a children's picture book.


CHASSEURS DE DRAGONS

Running time: 26x24’

Directed by: Norman J. LeBlanc, 2004
Country: France

The world is infested with dragons. There are swarms of them, constantly multiplying, each as dangerous as the next. They eat the sheep, destroy crops and burn down the trees. No surprise then that the job of dragon hunter has become an activity vital to the survival of the human race.

CHRONIQUES DU GROENLAND

Running time: 10x13’

Directed by: Victor Rault, 2016
Country: France

An amazing journey through the underwater landscapes of Greenland, from the intrepid team that brought us Under The Pole. Deep sea divers traveled on the schooner Why, exploring the ocean around the world’s biggest island, from its southern tip to the northernmost region of Thule. An account of this remarkable expedition.

COCHON DINGUE

Running time: 65x1’

Directed by: Sébastien Hurtubise (Canada, 2016)
Presented by: Pascal Barriault, Valérie Chevalier, Marilou Morin, Pascal Morrissette
 
Dustbins, soap or paper: what do we really know about them? In each episode, the Cochon Dingue team examine a theme from every angle, including its history, the way it's made and its secrets. 

CREEPSCHOOL

Running time: 26x24’

Directed by: Philippe Balmossière (France, 2004)
 
Creepschool is a boarding school which teaches its pupils everything... especially if it’s not on the curriculum. Fears are marked out of 20 and nightmares become reality during the practical exercise sessions. It is the perfect school for the anxious: everything is done to prove to them that life is not all bad!

DESSINATRUC

Running time: 100x2'15

Directed by: Jean-François Poisson (Canada, 2013)
Presentend by: Tristan Demers

With his a talent and imagination, Tristan introduces children to drawing and helps them create masterpieces that come to life before their eyes in under two minutes !

DINO LE DINOSAURE

Running time: 52x3’

Dino the dinosaur loves teaching everyone about colors, shapes, letters and numbers in the company of his friends the train, the engine and the garbage truck.

ETHAN LE CAMION BENNE

Running time: 52x3’30

France, 2016

Ethan the Dump Truck is small but full of energy. He is always ready for new adventures and loves discovering all sorts of games, especially those that help to learn about shapes, colors, and numbers. 

FRANCOMOBILE (LA)

Running time: 4x4’

Directed by: Danielle Sturk (Canada, 2015)

The Cooper family goes on holidays. Several hours into their road trip, the children discover a strange creature living in their tablet computer: a little electronic virus named A+. The children decide to make friends with him by teaching him how to communicate in French. Practice with them!

GERONIMO STILTON - SEASON 3

Running time: 26x26’

Adaptation: Elisabetta Dami & Pietro Marietti, based on Elisabetta Dami’s characters
Directed by: Guy Vasilovich (Italy, 2010)

Geronimo Stilton, editor in chief of ‘The Rodent’s Gazette’ in New Mouse City, capital of Mouse Island, writes books and collects 18th century cheeses. Despite his travel sickness, his sister Thea insists on taking him on all sorts of amazing adventures all over the world.

GORMITI

Running time: 65X26’

Directed by: Pascal Pinon, 2009-2012
Country: France

A civilisation living peacefully on the island of Gorm is devastated by the eruption of a volcano. The Old Wise One resorts to magic in order to protect them. The Gormiti appear, divided into four tribes: one for each of nature’s elements. The Gorm war begins. 

IL ÉTAIT UNE FOIS... LES DÉCOUVREURS

Running time: 26x26’

Directed by: Alain Barillé (France, 1995)

The great Maestro tells the story of the major discoveries that have revolutionised the world. While we might know much about the universe now, that has not always been the case.

JOE T'EXPLIQUE

Running time: 26x5’

Directed by: Caroline Puig-Grenetier (France, 2011)

How does a television work? How is a rainbow formed? Like all children his age, Tom is full of questions. His buddy Joe has a magical ability: he can turn his thoughts into images to explain to Tom everything he wants to know. 

JOURNAL DE RÉMY (LE) - Saison 2

Running time: 24x3'

Directed by: Vincent Mbindzou (Gabon, 2017) 

Animals can also be famous news presenters! Rémy, a small cartoon character, presents the TV news. He answers viewers’ questions in each episode, helping them learn all about animals, whether large or small. 

LÉGENDAIRES (LES)

Running time: 26x23’

Based on the work by Patrick Sobral
Directed by: Prakash Topsy (France, 2017) 

The world of Alysia is targeted by Darkhell, an evil sorcerer. Five legendary heroes, the "Légendaires", overcome him thanks to the powers of the stone of Jovénia. Unfortunately, the operation is not without consequences. Two years later, the former chief of the Légendaires has to bring his team together once again to save Alysia. 

LIVRE DE LA JUNGLE (LE) - SEASON 1

Running time: 52x11’

Directed by: Christian Choquet (France/Inde/Allemagne, 2009)
Based on the novel by Rudyard Kipling

Mowgli, a fearless young 10-year old boy, has been grown up amongst wolves in a jungle in India. He is insatiably curious and each day he explores every inch of the rainforest. His friends Baloo the bear and Bagheera the panther watch over him when Shere Khan, the dangerous Bengal tiger, is in the vicinity.

LUCIE AIME LES ANIMAUX

Running time: 1x24'

Directed by: Cécile Taillandier (France, 2018)
 
Lucie the little firefly explores eight zoos getting as close as she possibly can to the animals. Her dearest wish is to defend their cause and raise children's awareness of environmental respect so that they can learn a little more about endangered species.

MAX ET MAESTRO

Running time: 33x11’

Directed by: Christophe Pinto
Country: France, 2017

Max, a young rapper aged 11, discovers classical music thanks to the great conductor, Daniel Barenboim. But juggling rap concerts, basketball matches and preludes by Bach is far from simple, particularly when no one on his housing estate knows about his secret passion…

MICHAËL ET MOI

Running time: 4x3’

Country: Belgium, 2016

Ghana, Peru, India... A group of 12 year-olds set off on a voyage of discovery to all four corners of the globe. This is an opportunity for them to discover new cultures and new ways of life in these developing countries.

MONSIEUR LAPIN

Running time: 24x2’30

Directed by: Loïc Dauvillier, Jérôme d'Aviau, 2016
Country: France
Based on Loïc Dauvillier and Baptiste Amsallem

Mr. Rabbit has many ambitions but isn't quite sure how to fulfill them… And because everyone needs a little helper, Mr. Rabbit is forced to accept assistance from the ever-eager Little Rabbit, who is often overlooked by his older companion. 

MON NOUVEAU MONDE

Running time: 10x26’

Directed by: Jeannine Gagné, Katia Paradis (Canada, 2016)
 
It's not always easy to get used to life in a new country. In each episode, Canadian children who’ve moved abroad talk about their daily experiences, including family life, school, games and friends. 

NEZ DE FER

Running time: 52x13’

Adaptation: Michel Rodrigues-Alfonso & Emmanuel Veillet
Directed by: Prakash Topsy, 2000

King Ralph The Cool hands out joy and happiness in his picturesque kingdom. His brother, Littlebro, dreams of taking his place! But Iron Nose the knight blocks his path. With his two friends Burn and Goathorn, he throws about honour and justice in the neighbouring areas.

NOTRE HISTOIRE

Running time: 40x3’

Directed by: Jean-Philippe Pollien, 2014
Country: France


Léo has built a time-travelling vessel and takes his friends on journeys through the ages. Their goal is to discover history, not just the kind learned in books, but also by meeting children over the centuries.

OUACHE !

Running time: 26x12’

Directed by: Sébastien Gagné, 2016
Country: Canada
Presented by: David Leblanc, François Morin, Marie-Claude Blanchet, Jean-Marc Dalphond

Three young teachers are faced with pretty disgusting stuff each day: urine on the toilet floors, moldy food in the fridge and disgusting smells. Operation Yuk begins: the goal is to understand the phenomenon and discover how it can be useful. 

OUI-OUI, ENQUÊTES AU PAYS DES JOUETS

Running time: 52x11’

Directed by: Albert Pereira-Lazaro, 2016
Country: France, United States
Based on the characters created by Enid Blyton

In Toy Town, someone is distributing gifts to everyone. The toys would love to thank the generous individual but no one knows who it is! Noddy tries to track down the mysterious stranger.

OUM LE DAUPHIN BLANC

Running time: 52x13’

Directed by: Stéphane Bernasconi (France, 2014)

Yann and his little sister Marina live with their uncle Patrick, a famous oceanographer, on a Polynesian atoll. The two children meet Oum, a mysterious white dolphin who’s always keen to help those he likes. Their friendship sees them exploring the ocean depths together.

P'TITS DIABLES (LES)

Running time: 52x12’

Adapted from the work by Olivier Putto.
Directed by: Marc Boréal (2015, France)

It's all-out war between 6-year-old Tom and his 8-year-old sister Nina. Fighting like cat and dog, they’re always on one another's backs. But for their parents, what they dread most is when the bickering stops!

PATAPONS (LES)

Running time: 75x2’

Directed by: Franck Vibert (France, 2013,2017)

The Patapons are small, round, funny and endearing little characters. In each episode, they present a children's nursery rhyme in their own unique way. 

PETITE POKOU (LA)

Running time: 26x13’

Based on an original concept by Kan Shouffle
Director : Hermann N’Ganza (Ivory Coast, 2015/2016)

6 year old Pokou is a princess who loves learning. She’s studying Komian ; an African initiation method. Each day she is taught about traditional plants, curing diseases and many other aspects of science. However, her education is full of obstacles and enemies, such as Kongouê Bian, a powerful mystic… 

RALPH ET LES DINOSAURES

Running time: 26x5’

Directed by: Marcel Barelli, 2017 
Country: Switzerland 

We can still learn from the dinosaurs! Each episode features something new to discover. Some of them had fur for example, while others ate stones. We also learn the truth about the largest carnivore, which was not the tyrannosaurus.

REDAKAI, LES CONQUÉRANTS DU KAIRU

Running time: 52x22’

Directed by: Jacky Bretaudeau, Tian Xiao Zhang, 2012
Country: France/Canada

Ky, a 15-year-old boy studying martial arts, sets off in quest of the Kairu, a mystical energy with indescribable powers. Helped by his friends, he hopes to one day become the greatest Kairu fighter ever: a Redakai.

ROBOTBOY - SAISON 1

Running time: 52x13’

Directed by: Charlie Bean (France, 2005)

Robotboy is Professor Moshimo’s latest invention. The robot, who has human emotions, lives with a 10-year-old boy called Tommy and becomes his best friend. Tommy teaches him how to be a real human.

SUPER 4

Running time: 10x11’

Directed by: Cyril Adam, Arnaud Bouron, 2014
Country: France

Alex, Ruby, Gene and Twinkle, the four Playmobil heroes, travel in their magic ship on a planet divided between five island nations. Each island is a separate world in which our four adventurers face challenges and solve puzzles.

TACTIK

Running time: 120x26’

With Pier-Luc Funk (Samuel Langevin), Frédérique Dufort (Dalie Desmarais-Rondeau), Benjamin Chouinard (Théo St-Cyr), Shanelle Guérin (Béatrice Boutin), Alexandre Bacon (Mikaël Vesko), Sacha Charles (David Langevin), Frédéric Pierre (Reda Baptiste), Jean-Carl Boucher (Diego Molina)

The adventures of a group of teenagers, all members of a mixed football team and all seeing sport as a great opportunity to meet up with their friends. They have fun, overcome hurdles, experience hard knocks and discover the multiple dimensions and requirements of what is called, "sporting spirit".

TED LE TRAIN

Running time: 27x3’

Ted is a very clever little train. His favorite pastime is teaching children all about numbers, letters and colors, while also having fun! 

© Amuse, 2016

TOM LE DINOSAURE

Running time: 39x23’

Director: Ernest Agulló (France/Spain/Germany/United Kingdom, 2011)

Tom, a young dinosaur, is sailing along his country's coast in a small boat. Unfortunately a storm arrives and he ends up lost. While trying to get home, he undertakes a long voyage around the world.

VILAIN PETIT CANARD ET MOI (LE)

Running time: 6x26'

Directed by: Martin Skov, Soren Lyshoj(France, 2005)

Ratso, a town rat who is much more of a naughty child than a model father, adopts Mosh, the naughty little duck. To escape from a bad situation, they flee to the country and arrive at a poultry yard where they must find their place.

WILL

Running time: 52x2’

Directed by : Régis Vidal
Countries: France, 2016

Will is intelligent and full of energy, a boy who really makes the most of life… in a wheelchair! He sees the world as a vast playground and every day is a long series of adventures with his family and friends.

YÉTILI

Running time: 52x7’30

Directed by: Emeric Montagnese (France, 2016)

Nina and Léon, two little mice, live in a bookshop whose mascot is Yétili, a large stuffed yeti toy. Each evening, when the bookshop closes, Yétili comes to life and sits his friends on his knees to read them a story. 

YÉTILI : PORTRAITS D’ARTISTES

Running time: 49x7’30

Directed by: Emeric Montagnese (France, 2016)

Nina and Léon, two little mice, live in a bookshop whose mascot is Yétili, a large stuffed yeti toy. Each evening, when the bookshop closes, Yétili comes to life and puts his two friends on his lap to tell them about artists working in the publishing world.
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