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- For the Canadian game show of the same name based on this program, see La Fureur (Canada).
Created by French television personality Arthur, the show features two teams of celebrity contestants, segregated by gender, playing various music-related games and stunts. One notable element of La Fureur is its karaoke feature, where viewers at home are invited to sing along with the contestants, and even musical guests, by singing to the lyrics displayed on the screen.
After its short run on France 2, TF1 picked up the series later in 1996, and carried it through December 31, 2000. Arthur was the host for both the France 2 and TF1 series. Many episodes are generally 120 to 145 minutes in length.
The show was revived by music channel W9 in 2007, as La Fureur, le retour. Alexandre Devoise was the host of this new version. Unlike the original run, le retour does not include a karaoke feature—only questions pertaining to music.
|France||La Fureur||France 2 (December 1995 - June 1996)
TF1 (September 1996 - April 2003)
Véronique Cloutier (2001)
Nikos Aliagas (2002–2003)
Alexandre Devoise (2007)
|31 December 1995||1 November 2007|
|Canada||La Fureur||Télévision de Radio-Canada||Véronique Cloutier (June 28, 1998 - April 2003)
Sébastien Benoît (September 2003 - December 31, 2007)
|28 June 1998||31 December 2007|
|Spain||Furor||Antena 3 (October 3, 1998 - June 15, 2001)
|Alonso Caparrós||3 October 1998||17 May 2006|
|Portugal||Furor||SIC||Bárbara Guimarães and Miguel Dias
|Italy||Furore||Rai 2||Alessandro Greco (May 16, 1997 - August 10, 2001)
Daniele Bossari with Giacomo "Ciccio" Valenti (May 23, 2003 - July 25, 2003)
Cesare Cadeo (2007)
Alessandro Greco and Gigi & Ross (2017)
|16 May 1997||present|
- New Year episode
- "Furor". 4 February 2017.
- special episode
- La Fureur: Le Retour (W9) (French)
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