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Production underway on third season of Cardinal

The CTV and Super Ecran drama is shooting in North Bay, ON and Toronto.

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CTV reveals The Disappearance premiere

Produced by Montreal’s Productions Casablanca, the six-parter will have its linear debut in October.

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CMF invests $8.1M through Francophone Minority Program

The funder backed a total of 15 projects, including a $1.16 million investment in Slalom Productions TV drama Malediction de Jonathan Plourde.

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Cameras rolling in North Bay on Cardinal season two

Six more episodes of the thriller are scheduled to launch as part of CTV and Super Ecran’s 2017/18 season.

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Cameras roll on The Disappearance

The six-part original, which is currently filming in Montreal, will air on CTV and Super Ecran.

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1R2D acquires Catastrophe scripted format

The Longueuil, QC-based prodco will go to camera on the sitcom this fall. (Star Rossif Sutherland pictured.)

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Super Channel, Super Ecran pick up Van Helsing

Production on the Nomadic Pictures project will start later this month in Vancouver, with Jason Priestley and Amanda Tapping set to direct episodes of the drama. (Star Kelly Overton pictured.)

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Production underway on CTV’s Cardinal

The six-part drama series is set to shoot in four locations throughout Ontario. (Series leads Billy Campbell and Karine Vanasse pictured.)

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Versailles renewed for season 2

With the first season of the Canada/France copro set to hit the airwaves next month, the show has been given a season two greenlight.

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Incendo shooting The Good Sister in Montreal

Montreal filmmaker Philippe Gagnon is directing the TV movie, which will be broadcast in Canada and the U.S. in 2014.

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Incendo starts shooting Time of Death in Montreal

The pay TV movie stars Kathleen Robertson (pictured) as a FBI agent out to solve a murder before tragedy befalls the next victim.

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Canadian internet ad spending will eclipse TV ad spending by 2016: report

Growth of spending on TV is predicted to climb just 4% annually in the 2012 to 2016 period, according to a Canadian Marketing Association-commissioned study.