Beloved TV Gameshow To Make Autumn Return
Recently confirmed good news is that gaming and entertainment giant and Crown corporation Loto-Québec’s beloved La Poule aux Oeufs d’Or television gaming show will be making its official 28th season return this autumn.
And as if an imminent return isn’t grand enough, Crown corp. has confirmed that the beloved Julie Houle and Sébastien Benoit-hosted gaming TV show will upon its upcoming return, henceforth be aired at 7 p.m. on Thursday evenings – which of course makes the popular game show accessible by a much larger viewership audience than before.
No Full Audience This Year
The return of the premium Lottery-style television game show will make winning big more convenient and accessible than ever before. Players get to join in the fun from October 15 – being the official date on which the television game show’s official 28th season launches.
Loto-Québec has furthermore confirmed that the show’s recordings will be taped in such a manner so as to ensure full and ongoing compliance with all of the relevant provincial health and safety recommendations and guidelines. And since no audience members will this year be invited to attend in person, the corporation says gameshow participants will be able to rest easy in the fact that their personal safety has been well taken care of. The constantly changing situation around infections, etc., will be closely monitored all throughout the shooting of the popular television gameshow series, the Crown corporation has said.
Not only will a safe and compliant approach ensure peace of mind to all those set to compete throughout the course of the upcoming season, but adherence to provincial guidelines will furthermore also ensure the ongoing good health and safety of the actual television production crew working on the beloved series.
Players Will Be Safe On Set
As for what all gameshow players and participants are to expect of the coming season, Loto-Québec has confirmed that a concession will be made in terms of every player being permitted to invite one guest to come along for support. This will significantly limit the number of individuals typically present during the recording of an episode of La Poule aux Oeufs d’Or.
This coming season of the beloved television gameshow is expected to run for 38 weeks in total – i.e. 7 fewer episodes than the typical 45 weeks the show could be seen running during previous years.
And since this year also just so happens to mark the Crown corporation’s half-a-century anniversary, the beloved TV gameshow will be joining in the celebrations by making possible some pretty hefty cash payouts, Loto-Québec has confirmed.