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Killjoys S4

Syfy U.K. picks up more Killjoys

The fourth season of the Temple Street-produced series will debut next month.

Julie Puckrin

Temple Street nabs TV rights to Kelley Armstrong’s Rockton novels

Boat Rocker Studios’ scripted arm has tapped showrunner Julie Puckrin (pictured) to adapt the series.

Killjoys

Cameras roll on final episodes of Killjoys

Series creator Michelle Lovretta hands showrunner duties to Adam Barken for the last two seasons.

Kay

Temple Street options fantasy trilogy The Fionavar Tapestry

The prodco’s SVP Kerry Appleyard and senior development producer Lesley Grant will oversee the TV adaptation of author Guy Gavriel Kay’s novels.

OB Japan

Orphan Black gets Japanese remake

The original, produced by Boat Rocker Studios’ Temple Street, ended its five-season run this summer.

Orphan Black season five

Space sets Orphan Black premiere

The final season of the award-winning sci-fi series will make the switch to Saturdays from Thursdays.

Adam Barken

Temple Street signs production deal with Adam Barken

The deal, with the Killjoys writer/producer, is a first of its kind for the Boat Rocker Studios prodco.

Sarah (TATIANA MASLANY) and Krystal (TATIANA MASLANY)

Orphan Black bowing out in style

With cameras rolling in Toronto, the clone series is headed into its final season with a handful of new writers, casting additions and an Emmy under its belt.

X Company

X Company set to end after third season

Co-showrunner Stephanie Morgenstern will make her TV directorial debut in the series’ last season. (Evelyne Brochu pictured.)

Copied from Kidscreen - NextStepTour

The Next Step’s burgeoning life outside broadcast

With a rapidly expanding international tour, merch and music, Boat Rocker Media and DHX are building up a global dance brand.

ollie-header

Temple Street Distribution acquires animated kids series

Ollie! The Boy Who Became What He Ate is the company’s first outside acquisition.

The Next Step Academy

Temple Street continues digi diversification with Next Step app

The app is the second product to come out of Temple Streets’ digi-focused Media Ventures division as it looks to leverage existing IP across multiple platforms.