Don Carmody Television
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Don Carmody Television’s Tokyo Trial set for Netflix premiere
The Canada/Japan/Netherlands coproduction is set to bow internationally Dec. 12 on the SVOD.
Don Carmody Television adds to team
With the company in “heavy development mode,” Jane Beaubien has been appointed senior director of finance.
City sets premiere date for Between season two
The series from Don Carmody Television and Mulmur Feed Company returns with a new after-show, airing live online following the broadcast.
Bell Fund distributes $5.4M across 30 projects
Among the series and digital media companions receiving funding were W Network’s The Bachelorette Canada and the second season of City’s Between (pictured).
The 2015 New Establishment: David Cormican
From Playback magazine: One of Playback‘s 10 to Watch in 2012, producer David Cormican’s career has lit up in the three years since.
New cast for Netflix/City drama Between revealed
The original series is shooting in Toronto, with iCarly star Jennette McCurdy (pictured) in the lead.
Irrfan Khan to star in WWII drama from Don Carmody TV
The Life of Pi actor will star in the miniseries coproduction. (Khan pictured, second from left.)
Don Carmody TV pacts with NHK on WW II drama
The Japan-Canada-Netherlands coproduction will explore events in the Pacific during and after the Second World War that are little known outside of Asia.
Peacock Alley, Don Carmody TV strike distribution pact
Peacock Alley Entertainment will handle international distribution for two shows developed by Don Carmody Television. (Don Carmody TV EVP David Cormican pictured)
MIPCOM13: Don Carmody Television secures rights to Echoes sci-fi epic
Don Carmody (pictured) and David Cormican, EVP of the indie TV producer, have tapped Stargate‘s Carl Binder to pen the pilot script now in development.
John Barrack named strategic counsel at marblemedia
While expanding brands at the indie producer, the former CMPA exec (pictured) will also continue his legal practice.