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Incendo’s Separated at Birth gets underway

The MOW is one of five that the Montreal prodco plans to produce in 2017.

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CTV raises the curtain on The Launch

The six-part music series, exec produced by John Brunton and Lindsay Cox of Insight Productions, is set to go to camera this fall in Toronto.

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CBC to air Junos through 2023

After 16 years on CTV, a deal with CARAS will see the 2018 awards broadcast on the pubcaster.

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Banger Films’ Hip-Hop Evolution wins Peabody

The four-part series, commissioned by Bell Media, is one of 12 documentary winners.

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Tatiana Maslany-produced Touch receives BravoFACT coin

The short film, directed by Bryan Kawalsky and written by Kathryn Alexandre, was among 11 projects to share $512K in the fund’s latest round.

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Space preps Killjoys, Dark Matter returns

The Bell Media specialty has set June premiere dates for the series, which also air on U.S. net Syfy.

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Deals: Breakthrough, Facet4, CTV

Bell Media inks a deal with Electus to bring a U.S. competition series north of the border, plus more deals.

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Wynonna Earp swaps CHCH for Space

Bell Media has joined the Emily Andras series as a production partner for season two, which is currently shooting in Calgary.

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Bell Media gets Canadian exclusive for The Handmaid’s Tale

The 10-part first season of the dystopian drama will be coming to Bravo and CraveTV.

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Programming profile: CraveTV

Playback catches up with Mike Cosentino and Tracey Pearce at Bell Media to find out how the largest Canadian-owned SVOD is differentiating itself from the pack.

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Bell Media elevates execs following Turcke’s exit

Randy Lennox’s former responsibilities as president of broadcast and content have been divvied up.

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New showrunners talk TV: Jeff Detsky, Luke Gordon Field

The Beaverton showrunners talk about bringing the series to market, getting into trouble for being actual fake news and where the show goes from here.