Video Gag (pronounced vee-day-oh gag) is a French television show that airs weekly on French broadcast channel TF1. It is essentially a French version of "America's Funniest Home Videos" or the British "You've been framed!" and uses funny videos sent in by viewers. Although the videos are primarily French in origin, it also uses other videos from other countries on occasion.
Video Gag has two hosts: Sebastien Follin, (who as of 2005 also gives the weather on the TF1 news) and Olivia Adriaco, a famous French model and TV personality. Previously, it was hosted by Bernard Montiel and Alexandre Debanne.
While TF1 launched Video Gag on July 8, 1990, La Cinq programmed on July 14, 1990 - with less success - Les Mordus de la vidéo, directly adapted from the Quebec version Drôle de vidéo by Guy Cloutier. The show was presented by the comic duo Cherer & Cherer.
In 2010, the company M6 decided to relaunch a program of the same type as Vidéo Gag, called À mourir de rire.
In 2012, Disney Channel France maked Top Gag, Video Gag continuation.