One of the most popular programs in the history of Quebec television, Fib Finders (Les détecteurs de mensonges) has had a long and illustrious career on our screens. In collusion with Confucius, Patrice L’Écuyer, with customary verve, plays host to three personalities, who make statements that audiences at home and in the studio are then invited to identify as true or false. This game show, created by Yves Taschereau in 1990, has been honoured with numerous prizes (four Gémeaux awards and three MetroStar awards) and has been keeping television viewers entertained for several years—1131 shows in all.
Patrice L’Ecuyer (1012 shows): from June 1990 through June 1994, and from September 1999 to June 2001.
Marc-André Coallier (119 shows): from September 1994 to March 1995.
Jean Bissonnette, Jean-Claude Lespérance, Luc Wiseman
Awards and distinctions
|Year1992||AwardGémeaux||CategoryBest game show||Recipient(s)Avanti Ciné Vidéo|
|Year1992||AwardGémeaux||CategoryShow: Immortels||Recipient(s)Avanti Ciné Vidéo|
|Year1991||AwardGémeaux||CategoryBest game show||Recipient(s)Avanti Ciné Vidéo|
|Year1990||AwardGémeaux||CategoryBest game show||Recipient(s)Avanti Ciné Vidéo|