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Deals: CBC, eOne, Guru, Media Ranch

Canadian prodcos and networks net new licensing deals and acquisitions, plus Canadian unscripted formats find U.S. homes at MIPCOM.


Deals: eOne, NFB, Radio-Canada

Entertainment One marks its first Spanish-language acquisition, the NFB acquires Reel Injun ahead of museum exhibit debut, and more.


Private Eyes goes out on top

eOne’s Jocelyn Hamilton discusses the ratings performance of the final season and if there’s still a future in store for the series.


Netflix acquires 25 Quebec films from eOne library

The streamer has picked up Canadian rights to films from Denis Villeneuve, Jean-Marc Vallée and Ricardo Trogi as part of the deal, with films set to release starting in July.


Deals: FilmRise, Go Button Media, eOne

Heartland makes the leap to AVOD in the U.S., Autentic’s new copro with Toronto’s Go Button Media and PJ Masks soars to new markets.


In brief: Hasbro to sell eOne Music to U.S. investment firm

WIFT Toronto adds three new members to its board of directors and horror festival Blood in the Snow launches a development lab for underrepresented voices.

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Spacetoon snags two eOne shows

The broadcaster has picked up Transformers and Power Rangers content for MENA.

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Burden of Truth comes to a close after four seasons

In a statement, CBC’s Sally Catto said the pubcaster respects the team’s wishes to end the series “as their story reaches what they feel is a natural conclusion.”

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Peppa Pig renewed, creative re-org underway

Entertainment One has greenlit 104 new episodes of the iconic preschool show, and original creators Astley Baker Davies will hand the reins over to animation studio Karrot.


Entertainment One reducing film, TV teams by 10%

The layoffs were revealed by an internal memo from Steve Bertram, president, film and television, and impact teams in “several territories.”


FOX acquires two seasons of Diggstown

Diggstown has become the latest Canadian series picked up for U.S. broadcast in the 2020/21 season in a deal brokered by rights holder eOne.


TV adaptation of Risk board game in the works at eOne

Hasbro-owned eOne has inked a first-look, multi-year television deal with House of Cards creator Beau Willimon and Jordan Tappis.