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Citytv greenlights Muse Entertainment’s The Murders

The eight-episode police procedural, starring Jessica Lucas, is now in production in Vancouver.

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2017 Indie List: Muse spies unscripted growth

With a focus on MOWs, factual and producing for the international marketplace, the Montreal prodco climbed the ranks last year.

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CBC commissions drama series Bellevue

The eight-parter goes to camera next month in Montreal. (Series lead Anna Paquin pictured.)


Why Muse is zoning in on mystery MOWs

Muse has found a niche with TV movies “for people who want to turn on a show and know at the end they’re not going to feel miserable,” says CEO Michael Prupas. (The Gourmet Detective Mysteries pictured.)

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Lydia Storie, Meghan Mathes join Muse’s L.A. office

The latest hires come as the Montreal-based prodco looks to up its presence in the U.S. market. (Muse Entertainment USA’s new VP development Lydia Storie pictured.)


Muse to coproduce Vietnam drama for History U.S.

The Montreal-based producer is pacting with A+E Studios on the American war drama.

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Indie producers weigh in on Let’s Talk

While some indie producers applaud the latest moves by the CRTC to encourage big-budget Canadian programs, the decisions have created a high degree of uncertainty.

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Shawn Rosengarten boards Muse Distribution Int’l

The former Just For Laughs director of sales will oversee international sales at Michael Prupas’ shingle.


Ben Kingsley to star in Muse’s Tut miniseries

The Spike TV show will be shot in Morroco and Canada from September to December 2014.

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Sky Jumpers lands on History

The Muse Entertainment Factual doc was commissioned by Shaw Media and shot on GoPros and Sony cameras.

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Spike greenlights Tut miniseries from Muse

The six-hour miniseries is part of a programming push by Spike TV to attract more female viewers.


Cameras roll on Bomb Girls movie as cast, drama take a final bow

Meg Tilly, Jodi Balfour, Charlotte Hegele, Ali Liebert, Antonio Cupo, Anastasia Phillips, Michael Seater and Peter Outerbridge are reprising their original roles.