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Modern Canadian showrunner pt. 2: opportunities abound for creators

Showrunners discuss new opportunities created by SVOD players and expanded funding triggers, and how the discussion around diversity is evolving.

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The modern Canadian showrunner: navigating a landscape in flux

Part one of Playback magazine’s showrunner feature looks at the increased creative freedom afforded to writers, and why now is an exciting time to build a career in Canada.

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Cardinal, Schitt’s Creek scribes earn top TV prizes at WGC awards

Wynonna Earp creator Emily Andras (pictured) was honoured with showrunner of the year and the guild announced a new bursary in honour of Denis McGrath.

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Wynonna Earp gets back in the saddle

Following its season-three premiere last week, Seven24 Films’ supernatural western got the greenlight for a fourth season of demon hunting.

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Space, Syfy set Killjoys, Wynonna Earp returns

The sci-fi originals will return in back-to-back Friday slots starting next month.

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Wynonna Earp charges into Calgary for round three

Seven 24 Films’ supernatural western will shoot in the Stampede City until May.

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Wynonna Earp renewed at Space

U.S. net Syfy has also signed on for a third season of the Seven24 Films-produced supernatural western.

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Who took home a Rosie?

Chokeslam and Wynonna Earp were among the big winners at the Alberta Film & Television Awards.

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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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Deals: Seven24, Portfolio, Super Channel

Netflix picks up Wynonna Earp for U.S. and Canada, plus more deals.

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Syfy confirms return of Earp at Comic-Con

Emily Andras’ Wynonna Earp ties up its U.S. broadcaster for a second season.

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Emily Andras wrangles Wynonna Earp

The writer and showrunner reacts to her series’ (pictured) cross-border debut and why its raw, female-focused aesthetic got the attention of broadcasters and viewers alike.