City and leading independent studio Entertainment One (eOne) confirmed today that Season 1 of the original comedy series Seed has been picked up by The CW Network (The CW) for broadcast in the United States. Commissioned by Claire Freeland, Director of Original Programming, Rogers Media, the deal with the CW for the City original series was made by Carrie Stein, eOne’s EVP, …
Leading independent studio Entertainment One (eOne) is pleased to announce that it has firmed up a co-development pact with Avi Lerner (Rambo, The Expendables) and Nu Image to develop and produce a television series based on the legendary action movie, RAMBO.
ICF Films and Entertainment One (eOne), in association with CTV, announced today that production is underway on Season 2 of the original Canadian hit drama SAVING HOPE. Gemini-nominated actor Jason Priestley and Gregory Smith (ROOKIE BLUE) are each set to direct an episode in the upcoming second season, joining directors David Wellington (THE ELEVENTH HOUR, WOULD BE KINGS, ROOKIE BLUE) Ken …
CTV announced today it has upped the ante on its second season order for its hit Canadian drama series, SAVING HOPE, to even more episodes.
Leading independent studio Entertainment One (eOne) is pleased to announce it has teamed up with Steve Lanning and Philip Hobbs to develop and produce two projects for television, Downslope and God Fearing Man from iconic filmmaker Stanley Kubrick.
Global Television, alongside broadcast partner, ABC, announced today the early renewal of its original drama series, Rookie Blue. A bona fide hit on both sides of the border, the development on Season 4 is already underway with production gearing up to begin on August 20 in Toronto.
Leading independent studio Entertainment One (eOne) and Viasat Broadcasting, have entered into a distribution financing co-venture for 10 Viasat Broadcasting free TV territories on the highly-anticipated television series, “The Firm,” based on John Grisham’s best-selling novel of the same name.
Entertainment One (eOne), Sony Pictures Television Networks, NBC and Global are proud to announce that Canadian actress Molly Parker (“Deadwood,” “Swingtown”) has signed on to star as Abby McDeere in the new legal drama series “The Firm,” based on John Grisham’s best-selling novel and executive-produced by Grisham and Lukas Reiter.
Josh Lucas (“The Lincoln Lawyer,” “Sweet Home Alabama”) is set to star in Entertainment One (eOne) and Sony Pictures Television Network’s new legal drama series “The Firm,” based on John Grisham’s best-selling novel and executive-produced by Grisham and Lukas Reiter.
Leading independent studio, Entertainment One (eOne) is proud to announce it closed a deal with French channel Série Club to license the cable satellite rights on the dark comedy series starring Jason Priestley, CALL ME FITZ.
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