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Wynonna rolls back into Calgary

Production is currently underway on season two of the supernatural western from Seven24 Films.


Deals: D Films, United Front, Arcana

United Front Entertainment secures a deal with Universal Pictures Home Entertainment, plus more deals of the week.


Heartland premiere to get big screen bow

The Calgary International Film Festival will host the series’ season 10 premiere.


Wynonna Earp sharpens its int’l presence

Viacom International Media Networks has picked up season one of the series for Spike channels in multiple territories.

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Syfy confirms return of Earp at Comic-Con

Emily Andras’ Wynonna Earp ties up its U.S. broadcaster for a second season.


Nomadic wins big at 2016 Rosie Awards

The Calgary-based company earned nods for its work on Hell on Wheels and Fargo (pictured) at Alberta’s Rosies.


Nomadic Pictures leads Rosies nominations

In total, 182 finalists across 23 class categories and 32 craft categories will compete in the 42nd annual Alberta Film and Television Awards. (Blackstone pictured.)

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Boat Rocker Rights acquires Young Drunk Punk

The comedy series is Boat Rocker Rights’ first third-party scripted acquisition.


Heartland goes to season 10

The series joins Murdoch Mysteries with a 10th-season order on the pubcaster.


Syfy picks up Emily Andras series

Calgary’s Seven24 Films is producing Wynonna Earp, a supernatural-western featuring “a kickass biker babe fighting demon outlaws.”


Heartland rides into the record books

CBC senior director of drama Helen Asimakis discusses the drama’s record run on Canadian television. (Updated.)


Tim Carlson, Atticus Mitchell topline Young Drunk Punk

Series creator/writer/executive producer Bruce McCulloch (Kids in the Hall) also joins the cast as production kicks off in Calgary. (Kids in the Hall in Dave Foley-starrer Spun Out pictured.)