Thursday, October 18, 2018


Film & TV Productions currently filming in Ontario

Drake and LeBron James Share Barber Chairs and Retirement Advice on HBO’s THE SHOP

Toronto’s very own Drake is set to make an appearance on the second episode of LeBron James’ HBO series THE SHOP, this Friday, Oct. 12 at 9:30 p.m. ET on HBO Canada.

Jessica Biel to Star in Facebook Watch’s LIMETOWN Filming in Vancouver This Winter

Based on the fictional podcast of the same name, 'Limetown' follows a radio journalist as she unravels the mystery behind the disappearance of more than 300 people at a neuroscience research facility in Tennessee.

FRANKIE DRAKE MYSTERIES Acquired by Ovation in U.S.

Critically acclaimed detective drama Frankie Drake Mysteries continues to enthrall viewers worldwide as Ovation, America's only arts network, signs U.S. broadcast rights to two seasons

Vancouver actress Crystal Balint plays ex-cryptographer on historical drama

Not all heroes wear capes. Not all heroes wield magical weapons. Not all heroes have chiseled pectoral muscles. A different kind of hero gets their due in The Bletchley Circle: San Francisco. (Fridays at 8 p.m. on CityTV)

Production Begins on New Original Drama, REX – Coming to Citytv in 2019

Series has begun shooting in St. John's, Newfoundland and will continue through December 2018 ... Staring John Reardon (Van Helsing, Continuum), Mayko Nguyen (Killjoys, Fahrenheit 451), and Enrico Colantoni (Bad Blood, Flashpoint)

Blue Ant acquires Saloon Media

The broadcaster, producer and distributor has been snapping up production companies around the world

The CW Renews ‘Burden of Truth’ and ‘The Outpost’ for Season 2 Runs in...

Net also nabs British drama “Bulletproof” for the slate

Jessica Lucas to Star in New Original Crime Drama The Murders, Coming to Citytv...

Canadian Jessica Lucas stars alongside Lochlyn Munro (Riverdale), Dylan Bruce (Orphan Black), Terry Chen (Jessica Jones), Luvia Petersen (Ghost Wars) and Venus Terzo (Arrow)

‘Property Brothers’ producer Cineflix TV being sued for millions in unpaid wages

The company that makes "Property Brothers" and dozens of other TV programs is being sued for millions of dollars in wages, overtime, vacation and public holiday pay claimed on behalf of hundreds of contract production personnel.