Andrew Barnsley

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Project 10 rejigs senior executive roles

Ben Murray has been promoted to president of the prodco’s Canadian operations, while Andrew Barnsley shifts his focus to global development opportunities.


Bringing Jann into the spotlight

The producers behind Jann share how a one-page pitch on a series revolving around Jann Arden turned into CTV’s newest sitcom.


CBC renews Schitt’s Creek for a fifth season

The pubcaster has made an expanded, 14-episode order for the half-hour comedy, which is set to return in winter 2019.

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Schitt’s Creek return pulls in 808K viewers

The first two episodes of season two aired back-to-back on CBC Tuesday evening.


Patrice Baillargeon joins Project 10

The former broadcast exec joins the Toronto-based prodco in a newly created VP position.

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It’s back: CTV will air Spun Out season two

The second season of the Project 10 Productions comedy was pulled after Spun Out actor Jean Paul Manoux was arrested in January.

Gerry Dee

Gerry Dee, Project 10 pact on My Scottish Family

The half-hour comedy is currently in development with a Canadian broadcaster and is loosely based on Dee’s life.

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Project 10 inks development deal for Smulders, Campbell comedy

The series is one of two the Toronto-based prodco has in the works with Bell Media, both featuring ex-Spun Out cast members.

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Andrew Barnsley named president at Project 10

Ben Murray, formerly of Halfire Entertainment, also joins Project 10 in the newly created position of VP development and production (Barnsley pictured).

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CBC greenlights second season of Schitt’s Creek

The comedy, co-created and starring Eugene Levy and son Daniel Levy, debuts on Tuesday night.

Sports On Fire

HBO Canada preps January debut for Sports on Fire

The six-part series from Project 10 Productions and Two 4 The Money Media brings fresh angles to iconic sporting moments.

Andrew Barnsley

The New Establishment: Andrew Barnsley

Juggling two comedies and a documentary miniseries for 2015, Barnsley is proving he’s out for more than just laughs in Canadian TV.