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Carrie Stein to lead scripted TV at Kew Media

Working out of L.A., the former eOne exec joins the Toronto-based media conglomerate as EVP of global scripted series.


eOne’s Carrie Stein to exit

The EVP of global production at eOne TV will leave the company in June.

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The Book of Negroes starts production in South Africa

The CBC and BET Networks miniseries added Allan Hawco and Lyriq Bent to its ensemble cast. (Cuba Gooding Jr. pictured)

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eOne to co-develop U.S. version of Israeli format

The indie studio will partner with Sundance Channel to adapt Reaching for Heaven, based on an original Keshet drama about religion and family.


MIPCOM13: eOne sells Welcome to Sweden to NBC

The fish-out-of-water comedy was shot mostly in Stockholm, and marks Greg Poehler’s acting debut alongside older sister Amy Poehler (pictured), Will Ferrell and Illeana Douglas.


Entertainment One sells City comedy Seed to The CW

The youth-skewing U.S. network looks to the Canadian sitcom to get deeper into comedy.


BET joins CBC in airing The Book of Negroes mini-series

The TV adaptation of Canadian writer Lawrence Hill’s novel of the same name (pictured) will start shooting in South Africa in the fall.


ReelzChannel buys Cracked drama for U.S. market

The sale of the White Pine Pictures police procedural follows a promotional push at MIPCOM for the Canadian import.

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eOne inks first-look deal with U.K.’s Eleven Film

The move is the latest into the British TV market by the Canadian producer/distributor.


CBC Cracked drama sold to Canal Plus in France

The French TV deal is expected to open the way to an American broadcast sale as the international roll-out of the homegrown drama picks up pace.


Carrie Stein joins eOne Television as EVP, global production

The former 3 Arts Entertainment exec takes her post effective July 2, as the company continues to bolster its television arms’ global reach.