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The Stanley Dynamic goes to season two on YTV

The live action-animation hybrid from Amaze Film + Television – with animation by 9 Story – will bow its second season in 2016.

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YTV stays in the zone

From Kidscreen magazine: How the Corus Entertainment-owned kidcaster is bolstering its content offerings amid national regulatory changes. (Some Assembly Required pictured.)

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Samantha Bee, Jonathan Torrens do play-by-play for YTV comedy

Jacob Tierney directs Game On, where two sports announcers give a running commentary on a teen’s life.

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Cameras roll on Make It Pop

The Toronto-shot, half-hour tween sitcom is produced by DHX Media and will air on YTV in Canada and Nickelodeon in the U.S.

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Made Up will bow later this year on Disney XD in the U.S. and YTV in Canada (host Andrew Chapman pictured).

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Corus takes on TV Everywhere apps for kids channels

Corus is launching a series of TV Everywhere apps across its kids channels Treehouse, YTV and Teletoon, starting spring 2015.

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YTV renews Undercover High for second season

The General Purpose Entertainment prank show is hosted by Lisa Gilroy (pictured).

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Breakthrough, YTV and Nickelodeon pact on Max & Shred series

The live action sitcom will bow in the U.S. on Oct. 6, a day ahead of the Canadian launch date.

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Let’s Talk TV: The kids biz

Ahead of this fall’s CRTC hearings, a look at what a pick-and-pay world could mean for the broadcasters and producers of kids content in Canada.

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YTV greenlights music reality Mission: 4Count

The new series from Tricon, slated to air this fall, builds on the channel’s success with The Next Star.