If you're bored at home on New Year's — and, let's face it, you are — you might just be desperate enough to watch a TV show you've never heard of.\nWe promise this home-grown Netflix series is actually really good, having garnered excellent reviews in The Globe and Mail, Bustle and on Rotten Tomatoes. It also won a Banff Rockie Award for "Best Drama Series: Foreign Language" and a Gémeaux Award for "Best Direction - Comedy."\nEditor's Choice: Rock-Climbing Gyms Are Your Way To Get Fit In 2021 Cause, Yes Montreal, They're Open\n\n\n\n“\n\n\nThree friends in a low-income neighborhood find humor and hope in their lives as they grapple with bad boyfriends and their dysfunctional families.\n\n\n"Can You Hear Me?" description on Rotten Tomatoes\n\n\nCan You Hear Me? (called M'entends-tu? in French) is a raw and unique take on class disparity and female friendship in Montreal.\nIt was also filmed in Montreal, and it's always fun to see if you can spot local haunts on screen.\nCan You Hear Me? stars Mélissa Bédard, Ève Landry and Florence Longpré. \nIn addition to starring in the show, Longpré created it and writes for it.\nWhile this series was originally a Télé-Québec production, it's distributed internationally by Netflix where you can find its first two seasons in French with English subtitles.\nAccording to Radio-Canada, the series is available in 190 countries and in 30 languages. \nA third season is reportedly coming out in the spring of 2021. \n\nJ’ai vu les 2 saisons de la série «M’entends-tu?».\nTextes magnifiques et bouleversants de Florence Longpré et Pascale...Posted by François Legault on Sunday, December 27, 2020\nCan You Hear Me? also recently got a shout-out from an unexpected fan: the leader of our provincial government, Premier François Legault. \nLegault, who said on Facebook he's seen both seasons, called Can You Hear Me? "magnificent and moving." \nHe also noted that the show manages to be funny and tender even while addressing tough topics, like domestic violence.\n"To be seen without fail," wrote Legault on December 27. \nRegardless of how you feel about Legault's political opinions, we can't help but agree with him on this one.