The BEST France 3 Shows
The top 13 shows on France 3
#1 - It's Not Rocket Science!
On board their truck workshop, Fred, Jamy and Sabine make us discover that science is everywhere around us. Fred and Sabine, curious and adventurers, lead the life-size observations. They explore places often inaccessible and guide us to the heart of the subject. Thanks to his clever and simple models, Jamy, scholar and pedagogue, highlights their observations in his laboratory truck. Nothing better to understand a natural phenomenon or a scientific theory!
#2 - Ulysses 31
This animated sci-fi retelling of the Greek poet Homer's epic poem, "The Odyssey", was a French-Japanese co-production originally produced in 1981, with animation from premier Japanese animation studio TMS (Tokyo Movie Shinsha). The series was originally envisaged as being 52 episodes long, but production difficulties cut back the number of episodes to 26.
#3 - Once Upon a Time ... The Explorers
Explore unknown lands and horizons, in stories that explain the intricate discoveries of the past.
#4 - Once Upon a Time... Life
Once Upon a Time... Life, also known as Micro Patrol is a French-Japanese animated television series which tells the story of the human body for children. The program was originally produced in France in 1987 by Procidis and directed by Albert Barillé. The series consists of 26 episodes and originally was aired on the French channel Canal+, and then on the state owned channel FR3. It is the third part of the Once Upon a Time... series.
#5 - The Adventures of Tintin
The adventures of the young reporter, his faithful dog and friends as they travel around the world on adventures.
#6 - Once Upon a Time… Man
World history is explained to children through different points of view across civilizations.
#7 - Once Upon a Time... The Discoverers
The great Maestro tells the story of the major discoveries that have revolutionised the world. While we might know a lot about the universe now, that has not always been the case.
#8 - Once Upon a Time... Space
This was a French animated TV series from 1982. Directed by Albert Barillé.
#9 - Oban Star-Racers
Every 10,000 years, teams from all over the universe are gathered by the mysterious Avatar to compete in the Great Race of Ōban, a race with much more at stake than just honor or prize money. According to legend, the winner is awarded the Ultimate Prize, which is rumored to grant any wish, from large-scale destruction to, perhaps, the resurrection of a loved one. Some want it for glory, others as a way of universal domination. However, the true nature of the Prize is shrouded in mystery, and things are not what they appear to be…
#10 - The Forest
Sixteen-year-old Jennifer disappears one night from her village in the Ardennes. Captain Gaspard Deker leads the investigation with local cop Virginie Musso, who knew the girl well. They are helped by Eve, a lonely and mysterious woman.
#11 - Lucky Luke
An animated series based on the European comic book about an American cowboy described as "The man who shoots faster than his shadow." Lucky Luke, with his horse Double Six, travels the Old West to right wrongs and bring evildoers (usually his traditional enemies the Dalton Brothers) to justice.
#12 - Rabbids Invasion
Rabbids Invasion brings the wacky comedy and characters from Ubisoft’s Raving Rabbids video games to US TV for the first time, and we think kids’ are going to really have fun watching them on their chaotic adventures,” said Russell Hicks, President of Content Development and Production, Nickelodeon. “This series will be a terrific complement to our top-rated lineup of original animated comedies on Saturday mornings.
#13 - The Garfield Show
The Garfield Show picks up, mainly, on Garfield's usual antics and frolics, usually in function of his laziness and gluttony. It focuses on his quirky misadventures, while always highlighting the fat cat's love for lasagna. Garfield lives with his owner, Jon Arbuckle, and his owner's dog, Odie, in a detached 3-story house. The premise of the show, which is comedic slapstick, lies mainly in the events of each single episode. Usually Garfield has to solve problems that he himself causes, but always tries to skive off, and actually solves them in the end.