Game of Thrones

Game of Thrones from Bell site

Game of Thrones return breaks records for Crave

Bell Media said the season-eight premiere is the most-watched episode ever on a Canadian pay TV channel, while the return also drove record SVOD activity on Crave.


Scanline VFX expands with Montreal studio

Headed by Geoffrey Baumann, the Munich-based visual effects studio will open its Quebec operation next month.

Copied from Media in Canada - GameofThronesseason4

CraveTV adds new HBO titles to catalogue

Winter is coming to the streaming service as it adds Game of Thrones and other series to its slate.


CTV sets up a network Game of Thrones

The network will air season one of the HBO series for 10 straight weeknights this August.

Copied from Media in Canada - basketballShutterstock

Over one million saw James crowned on TSN

Bell Media played host to multiple big Sunday night events, drawing large numbers on TSN and HBO Canada, and lower overnights for the iHeartRadio MMVAs.

Copied from Media in Canada - gameofThronesSeasonSix

Game of Thrones sets another record for HBO Canada

The show’s season six Canadian premiere, directed by Jeremy Podeswa, broke the viewership record it set last year.


Rodeo FX wins Emmy for Game of Thrones

The Montreal-based VFX studio was once again recognized for its Game of Thrones work, while Secret Location was recognized earlier for its Sleepy Hollow VR experience.


HBO to launch its own streaming service in U.S.

The streaming space continues to heat up as HBO CEO Richard Plepler says the OTT service, debuting next year, is meant to expand HBO’s reach into cord-cutters’ homes.


German VFX studio Pixomondo moves onto Revival 629 lot

The Game of Thrones visual effects studio will occupy a newly renovated building at the Eastern Avenue studio complex in downtown Toronto.


Canadian VFX work nominated for VES Awards

Work nominated includes Game of Thrones,Vikings (pictured), and Elysium.


Canuck VFX supervisor nets HPA award

Vancouver-based Doug Campbell was recognized as part of a team for outstanding VFX in television.


X-Summit: Playing the Game of Thrones

Series co-producer Vince Gerardis and Cyanide Studio Montreal studio director Yves Bordeleau talk about bringing the epic tale into the gaming world.