Articles Tagged ‘CTV’



Torrey DeVitto, Steve Lund top-line The Greatest Christmas Party

TV

The Chesler/Perlmutter Productions TV movie will air on the Hallmark Channel and CTV at the end of 2014. (DeVitto pictured)



CTV expands Extend slate with WIGS’ Blue

WEB

The network has acquired the Canadian rights to all three seasons of web series, which is carried by Hulu, Fox.com and WIGS in the U.S.



Virginia Rankin joins Sphere Media

TV

The veteran TV exec will executive produce the second season of 19-2 (pictured) for Bravo.



2014 Upfronts: CTV, CTV Two unveil fall schedules

TV

The channel has re-upped Spun Out for mid-season, added a new MasterChef Canada special and built a new strategy around short-run series timeslot sharing. (Spun Out pictured.)



Corner Gas crowdfunding about the fans: producer

FILMFUNDING

The purpose of the Kickstarter campaign for Corner Gas: The Movie was to give fans an opportunity to be involved, says executive producer Virginia Thompson.



CTV unveils its LA Screenings acquisitions

TV

The Bell Media network bought shows including Gotham (pictured), How to Get Away with Murder and Marvel’s Agent Carter.



CTV ending Played

TV

Bell Media confirms that it will not be bringing back the undercover cop drama next season.



Bell Media renews Motive for third season

TV

The broadcaster is sticking with the police procedural after it has averaged 1.3 million viewers during its second cycle, which has a finale on May 29.



CTV: MasterChef Canada top-rated Canadian show of 2013-14

TV

The broadcaster said the rookie season for the local version of the MasterChef franchise averaged 1.8 million viewers.



CTV extends encore strategy into summer

TV

The network unveiled its summer lineup Monday, with Amazing Race Canada, The Listener and encore broadcasts of three originals on tap. (19-2 pictured.)

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NFB75Anniversary - Sarah Polley (filmmaker) with her Stories We Tell producer Anita Lee (NFB Ontario executive producer)