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Private Eyes closes more int’l deals

With the additional sales, the eOne detective drama has now been sold to more than 110 territories globally, including Italy and Australia.

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France’s Canal Plus picks up Cardinal

The Sienna Films and eOne drama has proved a hot commodity in European markets, having already sold to numerous broadcasters, including the U.K.’s BBC.

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ION Television picks up eOne’s Private Eyes

The U.S. net has signed on to acquire current and future seasons of the show.

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Inside eOne’s Goon 2 promo push

The distributor hopes its social strategy and physical footprint will help draw new and established audiences to the sequel.

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eOne, Keller/Noll, Hasbro partner on Boggle series

The companies will produce a TV format based on the popular word game.

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CTV orders up two more seasons of Cardinal

Twelve more episodes of the detective thriller from eOne and Sienna Films will go to camera in 2017. (Updated: with showrunner announcements for seasons two and three).

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New showrunners talk TV: Tara Armstrong

The Mary Kills People creator and co-executive producer on her fascination with death and her drive to create strong female characters.

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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.