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Bad Blood heads to Netflix

New Metric president Mark Montefiore says the deal bolsters the prodco’s position as it expands its scope and global ambitions.

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Datsit Sphere acquires Go Films

President and CEO Bruno Dube said the purchase of the film-focused prodco will allow the company to expand its scope in local and global markets.

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Virginia Rankin upped to SVP at Sphere Media Plus

The Montreal-headquartered prodco has also promoted development head Tara Woodbury, as it looks to strengthen its presence in English-language markets.

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Taking Quebec’s French-language TV to the world

From Playback magazine: For decades the French-Canadian industry has punched above its weight. Now it wants to play on the global stage.

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City preps Bad Blood debut

The Rogers Media-owned channel will also host a special event screening of the series at Fan Expo Canada.

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19-2 moves to CTV for final season

Season four of the police procedural will bow on CraveTV ahead of its broadcast premiere date.

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Bell Fund dishes out $4.2 million to 18 projects

Blue Ant’s cross-platform, Snapchat-inspired series Snap-Wrap and the first season of Shaftesbury’s Frankie Drake are among the recipients.

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Sphere Media Plus names new development head

The prodco behind 19-2 has appointed Tara Woodbury to the newly created position.

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19-2 greenlit to season 4

The renewal comes more than a month in advance of the Bravo show’s season three premiere.

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19-2 comes into its own

Star directors, new writers and a creative break from its French-language counterpart – Bruce Smith talks changes at the 19-2 headquarters as the season-three production gets underway.

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Bravo renews 19-2 to season three

Production on the one-hour drama is set to begin this summer in Montreal.

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CBC orders English adaptation of Quebec drama Nouvelle Adresse

Sphere Media Plus is producing the French language drama for the English Canada market after the earlier success of the 19-2 adaptation on Bravo.