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Blue Ice Docs picks up Dense City

The Toronto-based distributor has acquired the Canadian rights to the documentary, which was pitched at the Hot Docs Forum last month.


Herculean efforts: bringing Olympus to life

Ahead of its premiere on Super Channel and Syfy, Reunion Pictures executive producer Matthew O’Connor tells Playback about building the Canada-U.K. coproduction.


Super Channel readies Olympus

The mythological drama series is a Canada-U.K. copro from Vancouver’s Reunion Pictures and London’s Olympus TV.

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Great Pacific Media acquired by Thunderbird Films

The Highway Thru Hell (pictured) producer becomes a new division of Thunderbird Films as it moves more into the factual TV space after a focus on scripted TV series.


Continuum to return for fourth, final season

The sci-fi series will wrap its run with a six-ep season on Showcase and Syfy.


Rachel Talalay to direct two Dr. Who episodes

The veteran director is going to camera on Monday with the penultimate and season finale of the upcoming eighth season of the Space sci-fi drama (pictured).


Continuum kicks off third season shoot in Vancouver

Alphas‘ Rachel Crawford boards for a multiple-episode arc in the time-traveling cop drama for Showcase and Syfy.


Syfy renews Continuum for third season

The U.S. cable channel has ordered another 13 episodes and will air the Showcase time-traveling series in 2014.


Thunderbird Films acquires Reunion Pictures

Both Vancouver-based producers will continue to make TV shows under their separate brands, while their combined forces aims to better serve broadcast partners.


Continuum gets second season on Syfy

The U.S. channel has ordered another 13 episodes of the time-travelling drama from Reunion Pictures, which also airs on Showcase.


Hugh Dillon finds multiple-episode arc on Continuum

The Flashpoint actor is to play a corporate CEO mid-way through the second season of the Showcase original drama.


Endemol takes international rights to Continuum

The deal for the homegrown sci-fi series from Vancouver’s Reunion Pictures includes rights to any future seasons of the series, which began production on its second season last week.