DGC names nominees for 2016 awards
Robert Budreau (pictured) is up for an award for his debut feature, Born to be Blue, while Vikings directors take over the dramatic series category.
Canadian producers score 37 Rockies nominations
Vikings (pictured) and Highway Thru Hell are among the series nominated for the Banff World Media Festival awards.
Vikings gets the season 5 go-ahead
The drama will head to season five with an expanded order.
Vikings building momentum in season four
Total numbers from the History series’ February premiere are up 32% year-over-year in Canada, with ratings success in Asia as well.
In brief: Big-spending Suits, Canadians up for MPSE awards
A survey assesses Suits‘ economic impact on Ontario, and the Motion Picture Sound Editors awards announces multiple nominations for Canadian sound editors.
The top-rated Canadian TV of 2015
The top three Canadian series from CBC, Bell Media, Shaw Media, Rogers Media and Corus in 2015. (Important correction for Between ratings.)
History orders extra Vikings episodes
The new season, set to bow in February 2016, has been bumped from 16 to 20 episodes.
Book of Negroes, Mommy win top prizes at DGC Awards
Vikings and Elephant Song were also among the projects that picked up trophies at the awards gala Saturday night. (The Book of Negroes pictured.)
L.A.’s Golden Maple Awards announces nominees
The awards recognize Canadian talent in TV series broadcast in the U.S. between July 1, 2014 and July 1, 2015.
Toronto production reached record $1.23B in 2014: report
The key driver was domestic TV series on-location shooting, while Toronto also saw a big jump in commercial production. (Toronto-shot Rookie Blue pictured.)