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Coroner rolls in Toronto for season two

Morwyn Brebner will return as showrunner for the CBC procedural, which became the pubcaster’s biggest drama debut in the last four years.

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Coroner gets to work in T.O.

Creator Morwyn Brebner and director/producer Adrienne Mitchell discuss how the new Muse Entertainment and Back Alley Films drama reflects Toronto today.

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Upfronts ’18: CBC debuts 17 new series

New shows from Temple Street Productions, Circle Blue Entertainment and Don Carmody TV join the primetime lineup, alongside the return of Street Legal.

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Adrienne Mitchell receives Nell Shipman Award

The Back Alley Films cofounder was honoured by the Toronto ACTRA Women’s Committee.

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Wave Awards honour Atlantic Canada film veterans

Noreen Golfman, Barbara Doran and Linda Wood (pictured) received tributes for their contribution to the Canadian industry.

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Cameras roll on Bomb Girls movie as cast, drama take a final bow

Meg Tilly, Jodi Balfour, Charlotte Hegele, Ali Liebert, Antonio Cupo, Anastasia Phillips, Michael Seater and Peter Outerbridge are reprising their original roles.

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CTV orders full seasons of Played cop drama, Satisfaction comedy

Bomb Girls producers Muse and Back Alley Film Productions will produce 13 episodes of a undercover detective drama that CTV hopes will repeat the success of Flashpoint.

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Imavision takes North American DVD, digital rights to Bomb Girls

The Montreal-based DVD and digital distributor plans to launch the homegrown drama into the Canadian entertainment market in time for the holiday season.

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Michael Seater boards Bomb Girls’ second season

The Canadian actor (pictured) will play a gregarious factory worker and object of interest for the girls working the assembly line.

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Bomb Girls greenlit for second season

The wartime drama will be back on Global TV for another round, following a successful six-part series launch.

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Bomb Girls premiere blasts off

The series’ broadcast premiere garnered more than 1.4 million viewers Wednesday night.

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Meg Tilly toplines Bomb Girls for Global

The homegrown drama about Second World War women at work in a bomb factory goes before the camera in Toronto starting Sept. 12.