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Tessa & Scott skate onto W Network

The six-part half-hour series will follow skating duo Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir (pictured) in their quest for Olympic gold at the 2014 Winter Games in Russia.


W Network unveils fall sked

The Corus specialty channel is launching new seasons of homegrown series like Property Brothers (pictured) and Come Dine With Me Canada.


W Network boosts second screen experience with revamped site

The Corus Entertainment specialty network is focusing on second screen content and editorials to accompany its programming on WNetwork.com.

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W Network launches Be the Boss Canada

(UPDATED) The six-episode series will see two employees from a particular company competing to win a huge promotion, and unbeknownst to them, their own franchise.


Proper serves up more Come Dine With Me Canada

The Toronto-based indie will produce 80 episodes for the fourth season of the W Network food series, which will travel across Canada and include themed blocks.


W Network launches Shop the Show

The execution is kicking off with a “partnershop” between Love It or List It Vancouver host Jillian Harris and Canadian e-retailer eLuxe.


Weekly roundup: Festival news, nominations and TV premieres

Among other news this week, Sarah Polley’s Stories We Tell (pictured) got into New York’s New Directors/New Films Festival, GLAAD handed nominations to Degrassi and The L.A. Complex and Hot Docs launches a new Doc Ignite campaign.


I Think I Do to air on W Network

The $1.2 million Edmonton-filmed feature, directed by Dylan Pearce (pictured left), stars Mia Kirshner and Sara Canning.


W Network’s Deal With It gets second season renewal

The network ordered 20 more episodes of the Just for Laughs Television-produced hidden camera game show, which in the second season will up the ante with more extreme challenges and scenic locations.


W Network gets personal with Property Brothers BroCam

To capitalize on the series’ strong social media following and viewership for the online space, the one-to-two minute webisodes on multiple online platforms will feature the brothers between filming and behind the scenes.


Force Four developing Brit format The Audience for Canada

The Vancouver-based producer will develop a domestic version of the series, in which 50 ordinary people give advice to an individual facing a life-changing decision, for W Network.


David Way promoted at Fusion Television

The company’s production exec and head of development will assume the new mantle of creative director of content.