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Sensitive Skin comes to an end

Bell Media also announced that CraveTV’s What Would Sal Do was not renewed.

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Sensitive Skin heads south

Tricon Films & Television has sold the Toronto-set series to DirecTV Latin America.

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HBO Canada preps May launch for Sensitive Skin

The second season for the Don McKellar/Kim Cattrall comedy will be paired with a behind-the-scenes making-of documentary.

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Best of the Year: Rhombus Media

Building new partnerships and focusing on first-time filmmakers helped to make 2015 a banner year for the 36-year-old prodco.

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Tricon secures int’l sales, distribution for Sensitive Skin

Ahead of the series second season, the show has premiered in the U.S. on iTunes and has been sold into other territories.

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Sensitive Skin season two enters production

The Don McKellar-directed miniseries is shooting in Toronto.

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Canadian Cinema Editors unveil 2015 award nominees

Editors up for prizes for the fifth edition of the awards include Adam Locke-Norton for Mountain Men and Entangled, and Trevor Ambrose for Schitt’s Creek (pictured).

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Sensitive Skin gets second season greenlight

Production on season two of the original Movie Central and The Movie Network series is slated to start in spring 2015.

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Rogers Doc and Cable Fund invests $4.8M in latest round

Proper Television’s 7 Days in Hell and Paperny Entertainment’s Cold Water Cowboys (pictured) are among the TV projects financed in this round.

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HBO Canada tests binge strategy with Sensitive Skin

The channel is launching all six episodes of Canadian dramedy Sensitive Skin online and on demand following the show’s broadcast premiere.

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Tricon grabs international distribution rights to Sensitive Skin

The Canadian pay TV dramedy, based on the original BBC series, is shooting for six weeks in Toronto (star Kim Cattrall pictured).