A total of 3,222,000 viewers watched Bye Bye 2022. A decrease of 551,000 people compared to the 2021 edition and 592,000 compared to the peak year of 2020, when the show was watched by 3,814 000 people.
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The end-of-year review featuring Guylaine Tremblay, Sarah-Jeanne Labrosse, François Bellefeuille, Pierre-Yves Roy-Desmarais and Patrick Huard, accompanied by several guests, was, according to preliminary live listening data from the firm Numéris, the most watched of the evening.
Infoman, which had established a mark in 2021 with 3,047,000 viewers, also saw a decline with its 2,412,000 viewers. The review of the year hosted by Jean-René Dufort saw a decrease of 635,000 viewers. The show had been watched by 3,038,000 people in 2020.
New Year's Live also saw a small drop with 1,858,000 viewers from last year's 1,993,000. This end-of-year special, hosted by France Beaudoin, had a record year in 2020 with 1,998,000 viewers. It was the year of the first holiday lockdown.
See you next year, the TV version of the comedy radio show See you next week, attracted 1,682,000 viewers to the small screen. A small decrease if we compare to the 1,710,000 viewers in 2021. See you next year had set a record, in 2020, with 1,843,000 humor lovers.
The show Behind the Scenes of Bye Bye, which concluded this end-of-year evening, was seen by 1,406,000, a decrease of 191,000 viewers compared to last year.