Less Than Kind


The F Word, Orphan Black win at WGC awards

Elan Mastai and Will Pascoe, respectively, were among the 13 award winners feted at the annual event Monday night.

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Bell Media invests $930K in NSI TV course

The new funds guarantee the program’s extension through the next seven years.


DGC Awards nominees unveiled

Top contenders in the various film and TV categories include Still Mine (pictured), Rebelle, Flashpoint and Heartland.


Camera Shy, Continuum win at Vancouver Leo Awards

The awards, which celebrate the achievements of B.C.’s film and TV industry, were handed out over the weekend (Continuum pictured).


Weekly roundup: Awards, season returns and theatrical news

This Friday’s briefs include the list of Canadian recipients of the Young Artist Awards and the final season premiere date for Less Than Kind (pictured).

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LTK, L.A. Complex scribes win at WGC screenwriting awards

The awards, hosted by Ryan Belleville and written by Bob Kerr, were handed out Monday night in Toronto.


Breakthrough enters home entertainment arena

The Canadian indie producer becomes an online direct-to-consumer distributor by introducing BreakthroughHomeEntertainment.com, launching with three of the company’s titles, including Less Than Kind (pictured).

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Nominees revealed for 2012 DGC awards

On the list is past winner David Cronenberg (pictured), who picked up nominations for best direction and best feature film for A Dangerous Method.


Nicholas Campbell becomes Less Than Kind regular

The veteran Canadian actor jumps on board the fourth and final season shoot in Winnipeg after guest starring during the family comedy’s third cycle.


Less Than Kind’s third season to pay homage to the late Maury Chaykin

“The challenge for this season was to write a comedy and drama about a family recovering from sudden and tragic loss, as we experienced with Maury,” says series showrunner Mark McKinney.


Bee gets an A+ at 2011 Comedy Awards

Comedic actress Samantha Bee is named Comedy Person of the Year, while Jason Priestly nabs Best TV Performance – Male for Call Me Fitz.

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DirecTV acquires Less Than Kind for stateside run

The homegrown sitcom about a dysfunctional Jewish family in Winnipeg is to air on the Audience Network.