The TV productions feature digital components in languages including Mandarin, Spanish, Italian and Persian.
The domestic version of the reality series (pictured) amassed more than 116 million impressions and 120,000 interactions, more than any other screen CanCon, according to the study by Seevibes and Evolumedia.
Broadcasters Digitalb and Telma TV picked up a slew of reality and doc programming including Streets of the World and Return to Nepal (pictured).
Bruce Smith will stickhandle the sophomore season for the CBC drama, which also sees Brooke Nevin (pictured) replace Stefanie von Pfetten in the lead role opposite David Sutcliffe.
Segal Licensing will be responsible for marketing the tween dance drama (pictured) through events, merchandise and publications.
The Vancouver-lensed series (pictured) took three trophies, while fellow Canuck production Bubble Guppies from Corus’ Nelvana Studios secured one.
The NHL Playoffs top TV for the week of June 3 to June 9, 2013.
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