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Eugene Levy to guest star in Package Deal

The veteran Canadian actor, in a three-episode arc, will play a repeatedly-married man whose wives keep mysteriously dying.


Package Deal begins production with live studio audience

Thunderbird Films’ upcoming comedy series for Citytv, starring Canuck comedians Harland Williams (pictured) and Jay Malone, will be shot live in Burnaby, B.C.

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CRTC denies Citytv simultaneous broadcast request

The regulator rejected Rogers’ bid to replace U.S. stations in New Brunswick and Newfoundland and Labrador with Citytv Toronto.

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Citytv spotlights audience growth during fall season premieres

“As a station, we have better shows than we had and more mature shows. It’s a great combination,” Citytv’s Malcolm Dunlop tells Playback.


Citytv reveals ensemble cast for Seed comedy

2 Broke Girls‘ Adam Korson (pictured) and Carrie-Lynn Neales are leads in the 13-part sitcom from Force Four Entertainment that is to shoot in Halifax from Oct. 1.


The road to The Bachelor Canada

The show’s supervising producer Sean Devries and Rogers Media’s director of original programming Claire Freeland discuss making the homegrown version of the U.S. hit.


Halifax hosts shoots for The Khouris and Seed comedy pilots

Rizwan Manji (pictured) is taking the lead as Dr. Bob Khouri in the CBC pilot from Los Angeles-based Tim McAuliffe.

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Fall TV: The Morning Meeting with Malcolm Dunlop

The Rogers Media EVP talks about Citytv’s fall lineup, building the channel’s comedy stable and why he loves Ben and Kate.


Canuck comedians topline Package Deal cast

Harland Williams and Jay Malone are set to star in the upcoming comedy series bowing on Citytv in 2013.

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Citytv triggers a social promotion for The Bachelor Canada

The Rogers Media-owned channel is doing its part to reach viewers already chatting about the series with the launch of a social media app.


FX Canada, CityNews expand reach to Cogeco Digital TV

The networks (FX Canada pictured here) became available on the digital TV provider Tuesday, as Rogers continues its strategy to compete nationally.


Murdoch Mysteries shooting in Queen’s Park with David Onley

The one-hour mystery series is the first to film at Ontario legislature in a decade.