Peacock Alley Entertainment

User's Guide to Cheating Death

Deals: Peacock Alley, Stockholm, Bell Media

Season two of Peacock Alley’s A User’s Guide to Cheating Death has been acquired by Sky Vision, Robert Budreau’s Stockholm gets a U.S. theatrical release, plus more.

Larry Tanz Travelers

Banff ’18: Why Netflix’s Larry Tanz said yes to Travelers

VP of content acquisition Larry Tanz on why the sci-fi series fit into the streamer’s commissioning wheelhouse and what it’s looking for in a project.

shutterstock_clapboard, director

CraveTV adds new original comedy

Half-hour mockumentary New Eden is produced by Peacock Alley Entertainment.

Eric McCormack in Travelers

Netflix renews Travelers

After two seasons on Showcase, the third season of the time-travel drama is moving to the streaming service.

Christine Diakos

Peacock Alley adds Christine Diakos in SVP role

The Toronto prodco behind Travelers has also promoted two from within its ranks.

Travelers SEAMLESS_26027

Showcase sets fall schedule, Travelers return

The Corus-owned specialty channel also announced premiere dates for recently acquired U.S. series, The Sinner and Marvel’s Runaways.

User's Guide to Cheating Death

VisionTV orders more ‘Cheating Death’

The broadcaster has greenlit a second season of the Peacock Alley-produced docuseries ahead of its series debut.

Travelers SEAMLESS_26027

Production underway on Travelers season two

The Showcase original, produced by Toronto’s Peacock Alley, has also added a familiar face to the cast.

Travelers SEAMLESS_26027

Showcase sets launch date for Travelers

The series, produced by Toronto’s Peacock Alley Entertainment, will air exclusively on Showcase in Canada and on Netflix internationally.

Eric McCormack in Travelers

Travelers set for Showcase, Netflix

Production on the Peacock Alley Entertainment series is underway. (Star Eric McCormack pictured.)

Howard_Lovecraft_Frozen_Kingdom-300dpi-arcana

Deals: Lionsgate, Arcana, Blue Ice, Peacock Alley

Lionsgate extends its distribution deal with France’s Metropolitan Film Export, and more deals of the week. (Arcana’s Howard Lovecraft and the Frozen Kingdom pictured.)

Copied from Realscreen - Unusually Thicke

Sky Vision, Peacock Alley ink distribution deal

Sky Vision has picked up 50 hours of factual programming from Peacock Alley Entertainment, in addition to inking an exclusive distribution deal with the Toronto-based producer. (Pictured: Unusually Thicke)