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Coroner rolls in Toronto for season two

Morwyn Brebner will return as showrunner for the CBC procedural, which became the pubcaster’s biggest drama debut in the last four years.


Wynonna Earp locked and loaded as production limbo ends

Bell Media’s Crave signs on as a producing partner for season four, while Cineflix Studios will coproduce and Cineflix Rights will handle international sales.

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Coroner to go global with NBCU International

The procedural will air on NBCU networks in multiple territories worldwide. (Series star Serinda Swan pictured.)

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Christina Wayne exits Cineflix Studios

The veteran U.S. exec has inked a pod deal with Endemol Studios through her production shingle, Assembly Entertainment.

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Peter Smith steps down as Cineflix Studios CEO

The scaling down of Cineflix Studios comes as parent Cineflix Media completes a restructuring of its scripted and unscripted divisions.


Showcase and BBC America cancel Copper

The move comes as a blow to the New York-based scripted production arm of Cineflix Media, which bet heavily on the BBC America series to open the way for additional global dramas on its slate.


William Baldwin to guest star on Copper

The actor will play a Tammany Hall fixer in the period drama (pictured) for Showcase and BBC America from Cineflix Studios.


Cineflix Studios pacts with U.K. indie producer Tony Wood

The joint venture Buccaneer Media is part of the Canadian company’s expansion into the international scripted market (Wood pictured).


Copper adds new blood for second season shoot

Lee Tergesen (pictured), Eamonn Walker and Andrew Howard will guest star on the BBC America and Showcase drama, now shooting in Toronto.


Copper begins season two production

Sons of Anarchy actor Donal Logue (pictured) joins the cast, while writer-novelist Thomas Kelly comes on board as exec producer.


Nomadic Pictures co-founders to produce Copper

Cineflix Studios confirms earlier reports that Mike Frislev and Chad Oakes will replace Brad van Arragon on the second season of the cop drama for BBC America and Showcase.


Nomadic Pictures co-founders in talks to produce Copper

Cineflix Studios is near to a possible deal that will see Mike Frislev and Chad Oakes come on board as producers for hire on the second season shoot in Toronto for the period cop drama (pictured).