Oui (yes), but according to the AMItv
is an English–language service, it broadcasts a small amount of French-language programming
, up to four hours a week, with description and captioning all in French. Weekly French programs include Little Mosque, Ray Bradbury Theatre, The Border, The Canadians and Emily Of New Moon."
I suppose a full French-language version of the channel could be called FAMI-TV (suck on that, Family
Coming soon to an imaginary TV near you:
FAMISH-TV ... The world's first French-language channel for the Amish.
FAMISHED-TV ... The world's first French-language cooking channel for the Amish.
Fine. I'll quit while I'm behind.