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Super Channel sets ICE return

The pay TV net will air the second season of eOne and AT&T’s one-hour crime drama starting this April.

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Heidi Schorn moves to Alibi Entertainment

The former eOne exec is joining Toronto-based Alibi as director of development.

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eOne takes off with new TV series

The studio has teamed with DryWrite’s Vicky Jones (pictured) and Phoebe Waller-Bridge on a new rom-com thriller, Run.

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Deals: eOne, Netflix, CBC, Hollywood Suite

HBO Europe picks up Entertainment One’s Peppa Pig, Netflix acquires Les Affames, and more.

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eOne implements restructure

The new structure, put in place this week, sees changes in eOne’s exec suites as it shifts to a new model for its film business.

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Global orders more Private Eyes

The eOne drama adds a third season to its roster, with 12 episodes in development.

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Jumping into bed with competitors, and 4 other Banff takeaways

Do network brands even matter any more? What content is selling globally? Five insights from the top media execs from around the world.

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Cameras roll in Montreal on Mr. Roach

The film, starring Karine Vanasse, is produced by Films du Boulevard’s Real Chabot.

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Adam MacDonald brings occult horror Pyewacket to Northern Ontario

The Backcountry director is teaming with JoBro Productions and Just Believe Productions on his second feature film, starring Laurie Holden (pictured).

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Photo gallery: eOne party at TIFF ’16

A selection of pictures from Entertainment One’s TIFF party, held at the company’s headquarters in Toronto.

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Peppa Pig’s presence in China growing

The eOne preschool property this month launched on VOD platform, Mango TV, in Mandarin.

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ITV rescinds eOne takeover bid

The U.K. producer-broadcaster has withdrawn its CAD $1.76 billion acquisition offer for the Canadian entertainment company.