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Netflix greenlights preschool series from DHX Media, Atomic Cartoons

The streamer’s slate includes CG-animated series like Hello Ninja and DreamWorks Go, Dog. Go!, plus more.

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Fargo won’t return to Calgary for latest season

The FX series will move to Chicago for its fourth season, with Nomadic Pictures citing “creative and financial reasons” for the departure.

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Workin’ Moms rolls on season four

In addition to Catherine Reitman and Philip Sternberg, Wexford Plaza‘s Joyce Wong is set to direct the comedy’s upcoming season.

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Crew member Warren Appleby killed during special effects test

The incident occurred at a special effects facility in Toronto for the show Titans, according to the executive producers, Warner Bros. Television Group and DC Universe.

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In brief: BTLR panel member resigns

Plus: CMF launches new codevelopment fund, eOne ups its presence in Asia and The Amazing Race Canada sees a ratings uptick in season seven.

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Gusto sells 190 hours of programming to Z Living Network

The expanded deal with the U.S. network includes Road Grill, Cook Like a Chef, Junk Brothers and The Edible Road Show.

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Hot Sheet: Top 30 TV programs, July 1 to 7, 2019

The Amazing Race Canada comes in at #1, followed by Private Eyes at #10 and The Handmaid’s Tale at #18.

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Schitt’s Creek shines with four Emmy nominations

The CBC half-hour comedy was nominated for Outstanding Comedy Series, while Eugene Levy and Catherine O’Hara are also up for individual acting prizes. (Story updated with full list of Canadian nominees).

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Family Feud, Blades get premiere dates as CBC cements fall schedule

Family Feud Canada is set for a December launch, while Northern Rescue, which launched on CBC Gem and Netflix earlier in the year, makes its linear debut on Wednesday nights.

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Crave original comedy New Eden goes to camera

Creators Evany Rosen and Kayla Lorette serve as showrunners and stars of the mockumentary series, produced by Peacock Alley Entertainment.

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Diggstown back in session for season two

Creator Floyd Kane returns as showrunner, with six new episodes set to premiere on CBC in winter 2020.

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LaRue grows T.O. team as cross-border strategy comes into focus

Matt King and Andrew Ferguson discuss LaRue’s L.A. outpost, its latest digi series for CBC Gem, new lines of business and adding James Milward to its board of directors.