The #1 streamer and broadcaster of French language films, series and premium programs in the US!
TV5MONDE is the global French language entertainment network and a premium pay-tv channel providing American viewers across the nation with a wealth of high-quality French language programming, subtitled in English with up to 10,000 titles a year, including hundreds of classic, recent and never-before-seen French language films, around-the-clock newscasts, the latest series and TV dramas, premium documentaries, cultural programs and international sports coverage.
This April, the TV5MONDE Cinema On Demand lineup focuses on friends and family! Explore the close bonds of a budding friendship in the film La ligne droite, about a young woman who becomes a guide for a blind competitive runner after she is released from prison, or settle in for a laugh with Sol, about a grandmother who pretends to be a new neighbor in order to meet her estranged grandson.
This April on TV5MONDE, we highly suggest the excellent law series, Le mensonge with Daniel Auteuil, adapted from a true story. There's also the outrageous dramatic comedy, Énorme with Jonathan Cohen and Marina Foïs to enjoy.
In memory of Tonie Marshall, the French American actress and director who passed away one year ago, TV5MONDE will air five of her most notable films throughout March, including the film that made her the first and only woman to win a César Award for Best Director, Vénus Beauté (Institut).
TV5MONDE Cinema On Demand is celebrating love for the month of February! Each film explores a different aspect of love, from discovering self-love in the films Parisienne and Simon et Théodore, to the comedic examination of the pitfalls of modern love with the 2019 film Selfie.
TV5MONDE Cinema On Demand is partnering with Unifrance to present recent releases from MyFrenchFilmFestival, an innovative global online French film festival showcasing the next generation of Francophone filmmakers.
For the 50th anniversary honoring the death of Charles De Gaulle, TV5MONDE will broadcast a fascinating mini-series on the general's public and private life. With end-of-year celebrations upon us, children will be delighted by the Christmas films on the program, starting with the successful adaptation of the Benoit Brisefer comic strip.