Andrija and Anđelka, a couple in their mid thirties, are a typical example of what happens when a man and woman live together. Although they are sincerely in love with each other, they often get on each others nerves, whether in the bedroom, a supermarket or a dinner with friends.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Andrija i Anđelka - Un gars, une fille - Netflix
Un gars, une fille (French pronunciation: [œ̃ ɡɑ yn fij], A Guy, A Girl) is the title of a Quebec comedy television series created by and starring Guy A. Lepage and broadcast on Radio-Canada, as well as the title of its French adaptation on France 2. It is one of the most successful Quebec television shows, with a concept exported to more than thirty markets around the world. It is the first Québécois television programme to be adapted in the United States (see below). The show spawned several international versions, most notably a French TV series of the same name, which characters appeared in a 1999 episode of the original series, “À Paris”.
Andrija i Anđelka - Canada (English version) - Netflix
The rights for an English Canadian adaptation are held by the producer of the original show Luc Wiseman of Avanti Ciné-Vidéo television production company. The main English Canadian networks CBC, CTV, and Global Television were not interested in the concept. Wiseman stated: “They were saying that it was not for the Canadian market, that it was too audacious”. With the title A Guy & A Girl, it ended up airing on Women's Television Network (WTN), (now known as the W Network), a cable television specialty channel, and lasted for two seasons. Jeff Clarke played Mike, and Kate Ashby was Susy.
Andrija i Anđelka - References - Netflix