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New showrunner named for CBC’s Burden of Truth

Adam Pettle steps in to helm the Kristen Kreuk-starring legal drama, following the departure of Adriana Maggs and Noelle Carbone.

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Showrunners depart CBC’s Burden of Truth

Adriana Maggs and Noelle Carbone have left the project, produced by ICF Films, eOne and Eagle Vision.

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eOne inks streaming deal with Hulu

Three Canadian series are headed to the SVOD, including recent hit Cardinal.

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In brief: NSI New Voices, Saving Hope goes to camera

CTV’s Saving Hope (pictured) begins filming in Toronto, TVO to honour Deepa Mehta, plus more news.

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CTV takes Saving Hope to season five

Eighteen new episodes of the ICF Films and Entertainment One series will bow on CTV during the 2016/17 broadcast season.

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Rookie Blue signs off after six seasons

The ICF Films and eOne cop drama is coming to an end after 74 episodes.

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eOne, ICF Films expand partnership

Entertainment One has expanded its partnership with Ilana Frank’s ICF Films (ICFF), announcing a three-year extension to the existing deal. (Saving Hope pictured.)

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Rookie Blue season finale dips against spring high

The pre-long-weekend sixth-season finale didn’t reach the lofty heights of its spring debut, but stayed above a million on overnights.

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Rookie Blue heads to the U.K.

The first two seasons of the police drama have been acquired by British broadcaster Channel 5.

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Rookie Blue shifts from Thursday

The procedural from ICF Films and eOne is currently pulling in an average weekly audience of 1.5 million on Global.

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Historical dramas, genre series topline in latest TMN dev slate

In addition to the three comedies previously announced, The Movie Network has released the names of 11 new projects on its development slate.

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2014 Upfronts: Rookie Blue to return for season 6

Global TV’s flagship Canadian drama will return next year following a successful fifth season premiere.