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Indie List 2018: How eOne reshaped its business

Darren Throop on how the global studio set the table for future growth, prying open the doors between Canada, Hollywood and the world.

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Upfronts ’18: Corus unveils Canadian originals, international pickups

Updated: The media co’s commissions included a culinary series from Proper Television, as well as a greenlight for the third and final season of Mary Kills People.

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Bell Media unveils pickups from L.A. Screenings

Leading CTV’s drama acquisitions is ABC’s The Rookie and CBS’ Magnum P.I. reboot, while the media co also revealed additions to its specialty channels.

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Global sets summer schedule

The network will debut one new series, alongside a number of returning shows including Private Eyes and ratings juggernaut Big Brother.

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Super Channel, Hulu acquire The Other Guy

The half-hour comedy is produced by Aquarius Films and eOne’s Australian TV unit.

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eOne posts strong growth in TV, family as film revenues slide

The company posted overall year-end revenues of $1.77 billion, with its TV and family segments growing by 19% and 56%, respectively.

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eOne builds out Canadian development slate with book-based IP

Among those projects is an adaptation of Nathan Ripley’s thriller Find You in the Dark, with Patrick Tarr attached as showrunner.

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Deals: eOne, Bron, Super Channel, Sony Pictures Television

eOne picks up the distribution rights to Tiny Shoulders: Rethinking Barbie outside the U.S., Bron inks deals with Sony Pictures and Gunpowder & Sky, plus more.

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eOne adds three to Canadian unscripted team

The hires include longtime unscripted exec Toby Dormer, who has been tapped to oversee eOne’s slate as SVP of unscripted development and production for Global.

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Corus renews eight unscripted series

The renewals include Frantic Films’ Backyard Builds, Great Pacific Media’s Worst to First and Cineflix’s Property Brothers.

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eOne gets Fired Up with new TV deal

The Toronto studio has signed an overall deal with U.K.-based Fired Up Films and will coproduce all projects stemming from the deal.

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eOne’s Armand Leo joins Blue Ice

The former SVP of global physical production joins the Toronto-based prodco as EVP of production and creative affairs.