Temple Street Productions


Rock the boat: behind Temple St.’s transformation

John Young, David Fortier and Ivan Schneeberg on building a new brand to meet their global b2b and b2c ambitions.


Temple Street reorganizes as Boat Rocker Media

Boat Rocker Media will be the parent brand for Temple Street Productions and a raft of new and existing businesses, including an animation studio.

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X Company’s return brings in 521K viewers

The second season of the Canada-Hungary copro bowed on CBC on Jan. 27 at 9 p.m.


Temple Street invests in Industrial Brothers

Temple Street Productions has taken a minority interest in the Toronto-based content and animation studio.


Production underway on Killjoys season two

Ruba Nadda has joined the directing crew for the second season of the series.

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Best of the Year: Temple Street Productions

In 2015, the prodco attracted a majority stake from Fairfax Financial, launched two new divisions, hit the big screen and watched the star of its hit show land a Primetime Emmy nom.

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Killjoys to benefit from new TriBro Studios incentive

The studio has launched its program which gives a 50% studio rental discount to productions helmed by women. (Killjoys showrunner Michelle Lovretta pictured.)


Orphan Black season 4 shoot underway

Additions to the behind-the-scenes talent for the fourth season include writer Semi Chellas, who served as a consultant, and two new directors.


Killjoys ‘warrants’ second season on Space

Record ratings earn the sci-fi series about intergalactic bounty hunters a season-two order from Bell Media.

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Bell Fund distributes $3.5M across 27 projects

Shaftesbury and Radical Sheep are among the recipients of production funding in the latest Bell Fund round.


Jon Rutherford to lead Temple Street’s new distribution arm

The former Tricon exec becomes president of distribution at Temple Street, which also announced it has inked a worldwide content deal with Netflix for Lost & Found Music Studios.


Fairfax takes majority stake in Temple Street

Prem Watsa’s holding company is now a majority shareholder in the Toronto-based prodco, with staff and management staying on.