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Disney+ picks up The Hardy Boys

Both seasons of the live-action series will premiere on the streamer outside of the U.S. and Canada in 2022.


Corus sees lift in revenue in fiscal 2021

The broadcaster’s pandemic recovery continues as the company plans to leverage its content production and distribution capabilities with international partners.

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Hot Sheet: Digital Demand for Oct. 11 to 17, 2021

Squid Game continues to lead while Only Murders in the Building rises on the digital originals and overall demand list.

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OUTtv elevates drag format in new series

Reality competition series Call Me Mother is the first to feature queens as mentors, and has a companion weekly podcast.

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Canadian MIPCOM participants laud in-person results

Our roundup of feedback from attendees at the TV market delivers reveals quality and volume of in-person meetings, and formats and kids content as hot areas for growth.


Nine Canadian world premieres set for RIDM

The Montreal International Documentary Festival — led by a brand new team — announces Gabor among the full 2021 lineup at the hybrid event.

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Production revenues boost Thunderbird’s bottom line

The Vancouver-based company had 18 titles in production during the last quarter of fiscal 2021, with production revenue seeing an annual increase of 63%.


Rogers CEO addresses board of directors, Shaw merger concerns

Updated: The company’s Q3 2021 financial reports revealed a committee has been formed to set protocols for interactions between the chair of the board and the management team.

Liquid Media Group Hosts THE BIG SPLASH During Toronto Film Festival

Liquid Media partners with predictive project platform

Slated will provide packaging, financing, sales and distribution services aiming to drive growth for IP owners and producers in both film and TV.


A full-circle moment for Reelworld film fest

Reelworld ’21: Roy T. Anderson, winner of the fest’s Trailblazer Award, returns to Toronto and talks about his latest documentary African Redemption: The Life and Legacy of Marcus Garvey.


Key takeways: Opportunities and strategies from Netflix leaders

In their own words, hear how executives from the streamer are viewing their strategy for film, TV and gaming as well as CPG – and what it might mean for the Canadian screen industry.


Kew Media class action lawsuit to proceed to trial

The litigation, first filed in mid-2020, will proceed against former CEO Steven Silver and CFO Geoffrey Webb.


Netflix posts revenue rise for Q3

The streamer has also announced plans to change the way it reports viewership for its titles.


Spin Master set to invest over $120 million in tech

The toyco’s new Ventures fund is making strategic minority investments to stay on top of trends and innovation, starting with Nordlight and Hoot Reading.

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Hot Sheet: Top 30 TV programs for Oct. 4 to 10, 2021

CSI: Vegas and 9-1-1 lead as the fall TV season heats up.