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Cameras roll on Incendo’s FANatic

The latest MOW from the Montreal-based prodco stars Breaking Bad‘s Betsy Brandt (pictured).

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OHM expands into U.S. with development office

Our House Media has opened an office in Brooklyn and tapped Cat Hoskin (pictured, right) to serve as U.S. director of development. (Left: OHM CEO and co-founder Simon Lloyd.)

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UK pubcaster CBBC greenlights third season of Eve

The teen sci-fi drama is produced by Leopard Drama, a division of Argonon.

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L.A. Screenings pickups start rolling out

CTV and City are the first to pull the curtain back on their big buys for the fall. (Designated Survivor pictured.)

Killjoys Season 2

The diversity puzzle

While the calls for gender parity in the industry grow and it struggles to respond, Playback looks at the progress already made – and asks whether an even bigger issue is on the horizon.


DHX inks Teletubbies deal with Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

An updated Teletubbies series premiered on Nick Jr. in the U.S. this month.

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Jennifer Podemski receives Nell Shipman Award

The Toronto ACTRA Women’s Committee award recognizes a female producer, writer or showrunner who has worked to advance gender equality in the industry.


CFC, eOne choose inaugural TV Adaptation Lab participants

Three writers will participate in the three-month program, which aims to incubate future TV writing talent under the likes of mentors such as David Shore.

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UK gov’t opts to maintain terms of trade

Eight months after calling for a terms of trade review, the UK’s culture secretary John Whittingdale (pictured, left) has opted to make no changes to the set of agreements between British indies and broadcasters. (Pictured, right: Pact chief exec John McVay.)

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Leos kick off with craft awards: Monsterville sweeps MOWs

The first of three awards ceremonies honouring B.C.’s film and TV industry was held Saturday in Vancouver. (Drama-category winner The Romeo Section pictured.)