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Space posts most-watched June since 2010

Killjoys and Dark Matter (pictured) have boosted Space’s Friday nights, with 9 p.m. up fourfold over 2014.

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X Company gets Hungary for season two

Co-creator Mark Ellis on the pros and cons of shooting in Budapest and Temple Street’s Kerry Appleyard on bringing Amanda Tapping on board.


Killjoys bags 286K debut on Space

The sci-fi series about intergalactic bounty hunters bowed on Space on Friday, while Orphan Black wrapped its season-three run on Saturday.


Banff ’15: In the news

In case you missed it: an overview of announcements that came out during this week’s Banff World Media Festival.

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Corus renews Say Yes to the Dress Canada

The first season of the series premiered in January 2015 and featured brand integrations from companies such as John Frieda, Jergens and Michael Hill Jewellers.

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Temple Street Media Ventures launches TS Games

The first two projects currently in development at the mobile gaming studio are a dance-off game for The Next Step and an 8-bit, endless-runner game for Killjoys.

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The Next Step leaps onto the big screen

The doc from Temple Street Productions follows eight cast members from The Next Step as they travel across Canada during their first on-stage tour.

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DHX TV’s Michael Goldsmith on programming, post-Disney

With a channel rebrand underway, Goldsmith talks to Playback Daily about his team’s programming outlook and how it plans to build off the success of series like The Next Step.

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Breakthrough Entertainment opens New York City office

The indie producer has hired Beth Fraikorn to oversee a push into the U.S. factual and reality TV market.


Bell Media to clone Orphan Black for season 3 bow

The season’s opening episode will debut simultaneously on Space, CTV, Bravo, and MTV.


X Company recruits 800K viewers on CBC

The espionage drama from Temple Street Productions premiered Wednesday Feb. 18 on CBC.


Family Channel, Temple Street reteam for The Music Room

The 26-episode order for The Music Room follows the cable channel finding ratings success with The Next Step from creator Frank van Keeken (pictured).