Schitt’s Creek Makes Emmy History With Complete Sweep
The night belonged to the Pop TV sitcom, which neatly swept seven categories—making it the most awarded comedy in a single year.
How to Build a Girl review – enjoyably rough-and-ready
Wobbly Wolverhampton accent and all, American actor Beanie Feldstein carries this hard-to-resist adaptation of Caitlin Moran’s bestselling roman-a-clef.
MGM Television Strikes First-Look Deal With Production and Management Outfit 42
Cameras roll on Awesome Media and Two Rivers’ ‘The Small Hand’ for Channel 5
Cameras have begun rolling on Awesome Media and Two Rivers Media’s adaptation of The Small Hand: A Ghost Story for Viacom-owned broadcaster Channel 5.
Wildcard adapting Drag Queen memoir for TV
Crystal Rasmussen to write and star in autobiographical series.
Oscars: 10 Things to Know About Best Picture Nominee ‘The Favourite’
Yorgos Lanthimos’ period film starring Olivia Colman, Emma Stone and Rachel Weisz is nominated for 10 awards at the upcoming ceremony.
TV Adaptation of Deon Meyer’s ‘Trackers’ Set as Africa-Germany Co-Production
Bestselling South African author Deon Meyer’s “Trackers” is being adapted for TV after African pay-TV heavyweight Multichoice teamed with German pubcaster ZDF to bring the thriller to the small screen.
Long goodbye for Canadian crime drama ‘Cardinal’
Inside a nondescript office building in downtown North Bay, something that hundreds of people have devoted four years or more of their lives to is coming to an end.
Tricycle Media buys into Wildcard
Indie accelerator takes minority stake in London firm
Sussman joins Awesome board
UK-based Awesome Media & Entertainment has appointed media veteran Peter Sussman as board director.
Kristin Scott Thomas, Sharon Horgan Enlist for ‘Military Wives’ From ‘Full Monty’ Director Peter Cattaneo
Red Arrow Invests In Mad Rabbit; Joint Venture With Director Kari Skogland – MIPTV
The Ink Factory: the story behind ‘The Night Manager’
Ahead of its Berlinale debut, Screen talked to the producers behind the buzzed-about John le Carré adaptation, which cost $5m per episode.
Peter Sussman joins Our House Media board
Sussman will serve as non-executive chair of the board of the Toronto-based company headed by Simon Lloyd and Joe Houlihan.