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New showrunners talk TV: Aubrey Nealon

The Cardinal writer/executive producer talks about how the CTV series came together, why he transitioned to TV and what lies ahead.

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CTV greenlights Ilana Frank, eOne detective series

The hour-long, female-led drama is currently in pre-production, with cameras set to roll in Toronto this spring.

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eOne sells Cardinal internationally

The CTV drama has been acquired for broadcast in the U.K., Scandinavia and Spain.

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Mackenzie Lush departs eOne for First Generation Films

The new VP of development and production for scripted TV at the Toronto-based prodco takes over the role from Julie Di Cresce.

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Cardinal premiere pulls in 1.3M viewers

The episode’s ratings haul makes the suspense thriller the most-watched Canadian show to debut in the 2016-17 broadcast year, according to Bell Media.

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How Bell Media, eOne talked up Cardinal at home and abroad

The six-part mystery thriller has been the subject of a lengthy consumer-facing campaign in Canada and an industry-focused one abroad.

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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.

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Deals: DHX, PNP, Farpoint, eOne

DHX Media licenses the 30-episode second season of Teletubbies to Nick Jr. in the U.S., plus more deals of the week.

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eOne’s Peppa Pig launches on Nick Jr. India

The global entertainment studio is also prepping for the retail launch of the brand in the country.

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Deals: Showcase, eOne, Playster, Indiecan

Playster links up with Hasbro, Secret Location’s Halcyon lands Canadian distribution, plus more deals.

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Global sets Mary Kills People premiere

The original drama, created by Tara Armstrong, is produced by eOne and Cameron Pictures, in association with Corus Entertainment.

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Best of the Year: Secret Location

After spending seven years as a predominantly service-based company, the digital content studio is putting its eggs in the original-IP basket.