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19-2 moves to CTV for final season

Season four of the police procedural will bow on CraveTV ahead of its broadcast premiere date.

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On the Slate: Item 7

After producing four features and one short in 12 months, the Montreal film prodco is turning its development eye towards scripted TV and animated projects.

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VisionTV greenlights Longevity Road Trip

Cameras are rolling in Peru, California, Bimini, the Cap d’Agde and St. Lucia on the five-part documentary series, executive produced by Moses Znaimer.

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Wow’s Castlevania gets season two

Netflix has ordered eight more episodes of the animated series based on a video game.

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Cable fading and online TV rising: study

One in four 18-to-34-year olds and 28% of students have ditched cable entirely, and other stats on the state of television.

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Deals: DHX, Super Channel, Fight Network

DHX closes its $345 million purchase of the entertainment division of Iconix Brand Group, plus more deals.

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First Take Entertainment takes a slice of Little Italy

eOne is set to handle domestic distribution on the Donald Petrie-directed rom-com about a couple whose romance is complicated by their parent’s competing pizza restaurants.

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Fantasia unveils full lineup

Another Wolfcop will have its Canadian premiere at the Montreal fest, along with a number of homegrown genre films.

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CFC names film program residents

Alona Metzer, Connor Gaston and Anna Fahr are among the 18 directors, producers, writers and editors selected for the centre’s development program.

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OMDC backs 97 companies through IDM fund

With more than $500,000, Secret Location walked away with the most coin to help finance three digital projects.

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In Brief: Syfy’s Chris Regina exits

Plus: CFC names CBC Actors Conservatory residents and WIFT-T reveals the Meridian Artists mentorship recipient.

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Cameras rolling on Kim’s Convenience season two

Thirteen new episodes of the Korean-Canadian family comedy are now filming ahead of its fall premiere on CBC.

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Hot Sheet: Top 30 TV programs, June 19 to 25, 2017

Private Eyes is at #11, followed by Saving Hope at #12.

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Riftworld expands its universe

The creators of the CBC Comedy web series have launched a new digital comic, Riftworld Legends.

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Timeless leaves Vancouver for California

The series is the third to leave the city this year to take advantage of California’s updated tax incentive program.