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Private Eyes earns season two order

Following a breakout first season, the Global TV series from eOne will get an increased order.

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Mary Kills People taps Holly Dale to direct

Production on the original series by eOne and Cameron Pictures for Global is now underway in Toronto. (Lead actor Caroline Dhavernas pictured.)

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Ransom sets up in Toronto

The Global series is produced by eOne, Sienna Films, Big Light Productions and Wildcats Productions. (Cast member Brandon Jay McLaren pictured.)

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Private Eyes bets on brand integration

The dramedy on Global moves into a new timeslot and adds an integration with

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Private Eyes debuts to 1.4M

The Global TV drama from eOne averaged 1.4 million viewers on each of its first two episodes.


Big Brother Canada rises in season four

The reality show on Global has seen a 7% increase in 2+ ratings over its third season, with the addition of international houseguests and a solid social presence.

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Global sets premiere date for Private Eyes

The Toronto-shot series is produced by eOne, with Jason Priestley and Cindy Sampson (pictured) starring.


Big Brother Canada posts premiere growth

The show’s Wednesday night opener was watched by just under one million viewers.

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Shaw Media greenlights Mary Kills People for Global

The drama is executive produced by Tassie Cameron and created by newcomer Tara Armstrong (pictured).

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Fall TV: Global TV’s demo-targeting pays off

Reading fall TV’s tea leaves with Christine Shipton, who argues the new TV landscape calls for a look beyond overall AMA.

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Cameras roll on The Code

With Jason Priestley (pictured) cast in the lead role, the drama series from Entertainment One and Shaw Media is set to premiere on Global in spring 2016.

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Tara Ellis returns to CBC as executive director, scripted content

The 15-year Shaw veteran will lead the pubcaster’s content teams to develop comedy, drama and kids programming.