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Lark Productions acquires TV rights to sci-fi comic series

The Vancouver-based prodco will develop and produce a TV series based on the Jeff Lemire and Dustin Nguyen comics Descender and Ascender.

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Family Law opens for business

Principal photography for the Global drama, produced by SEVEN24 Films and Lark Productions, begins March 2, with an all-Canadian cast.

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Global greenlights Family Law from SEVEN24, Lark

The Corus Entertainment-owned channel also revealed early renewals for original dramas Nurses and Departure, which will both premiere in 2020.

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Lark Productions adapting mystery novel The Glass Hotel for TV

NBCUniversal International Studios owns the adaptation rights to the upcoming novel from Canadian author Emily St. John Mandel (pictured).

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Seven24, Lark roll on Fortunate Son

Created by showrunner Andrew Wreggitt, the eight-part spy drama stars Kari Matchett (pictured) and Stephen Moyer, to name a few.

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The road to Paramedics: Life on the Line

Erin Haskett discusses building Lark Productions’ relationship with BC Emergency Health Services and Knowledge Network to bring the docuseries to life.

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Knowledge Network greenlights Lark docuseries

Executive produced by Lark’s Louise Clark and Erin Haskett, the 10-part docuseries will follow dispatchers at BC Emergency Health Services.

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Banff ’18: NBCU International Studios’ Canadian strategy

The company’s president Jeff Wachtel discusses its partnership with Lark Productions and working with Canadian creators.

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Banff ’18: Kevin MacLellan on Hayu’s Canadian launch

NBCU’s chairman of global distribution and international discusses the SVOD’s rollout, working with local broadcasters and competing globally.

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Lark Productions hires new VP, scripted

Veteran development exec Samantha Morris Mastai has been appointed to the newly created position, which is based in Toronto.

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In brief: La Guerre wins Guichet d’or; spring premiere dates

Emergency Room and Game of Homes to bow in April, more accolades for La Guerre des Tuques 3D (pictured) and other news.

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CBC greenlights The Council

The 10-part Canada/U.K. copro, created by writer/showrunner Rene Balcer, will be produced by Lark Productions and Keston International Productions.