Pretty Hard Cases to make U.S. debut on IMDb TV

Pretty Hard Cases
The CBC series, produced by Cameron Pictures, will be available on the ad-supported streamer next month.

Wazowski and Duff are heading south of the border.

IMDb TV has picked up season one of the hit CBC series Pretty Hard Cases. The Amazon-owned AVOD is the exclusive U.S. streaming home for the Cameron Pictures-produced series.

Premiering Sept. 10, the 10-episode buddy cop drama stars Meredith MacNeill (Baroness von Sketch Show) and Adrienne C. Moore (Orange Is The New Black) as two incompatible female detectives in their early 40s who are forced to work together to take down a Toronto street gang and develop an unlikely friendship along the way.

Created by Sherry White (Little Dog) and Tassie Cameron (Mary Kills People) and commissioned by CBC, Pretty Hard Cases is produced by Cameron Pictures in association with CBC and NBCUniversal International Studios, a division of Universal Studio Group.  The series has been greenlit for an expanded 12-episode second season, set to air on the national broadcaster in 2022. NBCUniversal Global Distribution handles distribution.

White and Cameron are co-showrunners and executive producers along with Amy Cameron and Alex Patrick. Wanda Chaffey serves as producer and Caledonia Brown chimes in as associate producer.

Pretty Hard Cases also stars Tara Strong (Loki), Karen Robinson (Schitt’s Creek), Dean McDermott (Chopped Canada), Al Mukadam (The Detail), Percy Hynes White (The Gifted) and Katie Douglas (Ginny and Georgia).

Upcoming IMDb TV projects include the docuseries Luke Bryan: My Dirt Road Diary, premiering August 6; the heist drama Leverage: Redemption; a Bosch spinoff; the comedy series Sprung; the new home design series Untitled Jeff Lewis Project; the dramedy High School and On Call from executive producer Dick Wolf, among others.