Corus Entertainment

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History lights up Bud Dynasty

Cameras started rolling on the Canadian original marijuana docuseries at, what else, a 4/20 event in Vancouver.

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Corus posts $102.7M in profits in Q2

The Toronto media company missed estimates, however, as its TV revenues came in below expectations and its sales, general and administrative expenses jumped.

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Private Eyes closes more int’l deals

With the additional sales, the eOne detective drama has now been sold to more than 110 territories globally, including Italy and Australia.

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Cameras roll on Reboot: The Guardian Code

The reimagined version of the classic YTV series is produced by Vancouver’s Mainframe Studios.

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Corus Studios inks int’l deals for Masters of Flip, Buying the View

The lifestyle series have now sold in more than 200 territories combined.

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Corus greenlights The Baker Sisters

The food travelogue show will be shopped at MIPTV this April along with new originals Backyard Builds and Save My Reno.

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HGTV Canada preps two new originals

Save My Reno and Backyard Builds have been added to the specialty channel’s spring lineup.

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The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That! gets third season

The Portfolio Entertainment-produced series airs on Treehouse in Canada and PBS in the U.S.

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Sinking Ship’s 4Player in the works at Corus

The Toronto-based children’s producer has inked a development deal for its single-camera sitcom, created by Vivieno Caldinelli and Mark De Angelis.

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Teletoon preps The Bagel and Becky Show

The Radical Sheep-produced series is represented internationally by BBC Worldwide.

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YTV preps Anne of Green Gables sequels

Producer Breakthrough’s licensing program won’t be affected by the bumped up premiere dates.

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Inside Corus’ Mary Kills People marketing push

The media company hopes its video- and cinema-heavy approach will draw audiences to the premiere.