Launched 29 November 1997
Owned by MultiThématiques
(Groupe Canal+)
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
Slogan La chaîne de l'humour et du rire
Country France
Language French
Headquarters Issy-les-Moulineaux
Formerly called Comédie! (1997-2011)
Canalsat Channel 41
Canalsat Channel 41

Comédie+ (formerly Comédie!) is a French cable network showing humorous programs since 1996. It bears some resemblance to Comedy Central; even the comédie word in the name is used in the very broad American meaning. It is directed by Dominique Farrugia, a former member of the Les Nuls comedy team. An often-shown program is La Grosse Emission which helped popularize the comedians troupe named Les Robins des Bois (The Robinhoods).

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