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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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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.


Cameras roll on Motive season four

Showrunner Dennis Heaton chats with Playback Daily about keeping the series fresh as production gets underway in Vancouver on 13 new episodes.


Corner Gas production execs Brent Haynes and Louise Clark reunite

The former Comedy Network topper inks a first-look deal with Lark Productions. (Corner Gas cast pictured)


Keeping it light with Mom’s a Medium

Lark Productions is backing Alberta medium Carmel Baird (pictured) as she helps the grieving connect with dead relatives for a message of hope and healing.


Bell Media renews Motive for third season

The broadcaster is sticking with the police procedural after it has averaged 1.3 million viewers during its second cycle, which has a finale on May 29.

Emergency Room: Life and Death at VGH

Lark Productions tackles first docu-series with Knowledge

B.C.-based Knowledge Network bets big on Emergency Room: Life and Death at VGH, dedicating a budget of over $2 million to the six-part series.


NBC Universal Television Int. takes stake in Lark Productions

The London-based studio rewards Louise Clark’s expanding production shingle for an earlier development and distribution deal that spawned the CTV/ABC cop drama Motive (pictured).


CTV’s Motive drama starts second season shoot

Warren Christie (pictured) and Valerie Tian have been added to the cast for a new 13 episodes to shoot in Vancouver through January 2014.


CTV’s Motive debuts on ABC stateside

The homegrown crime drama debuted at 9 p.m. on Thursday night with 6.06 million viewers.


CTV renews Motive for second season run

The new 13-episode order comes ahead of ABC launching the Canadian drama on its summer schedule.


In the writers’ room with Motive

Showrunner James Thorpe and writers Dennis Heaton and Daegan Fryklind on penning a police procedural that attempts to bring viewers a novel emotional journey in the “whydunit?”