All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘eOne’

Amazon Inks Deal with eOne for Fear the Walking Dead

By Kristin Brzoznowski for World Screen Amazon has inked a deal with Entertainment One (eOne) for Fear the Walking Dead, the highly anticipated companion series to The Walking Dead, to be available to Prime members in select territories. The show will

eOne Acquires 51% Stake in The Mark Gordon Company

By Leo Barraclough for Variety The U.K. and Canada based film and TV company Entertainment One has acquired a 51% stake in The Mark Gordon Company, the production outfit behind “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Saving Private Ryan.” The deal is worth

eOne to Adapt Hit Comedy Dr. Cabbie for Television

By Kristin Brzoznowski for World Screen Entertainment One (eOne) is working with First Take Entertainment to co-develop and co-produce a TV series based on the hit 2014 comedy Dr. Cabbie, presented by Bollywood star Salman Khan. The feature film centers

eOne Signs Singing Group Cimorelli to Multi-Year Output Deal

By Todd Longwell for StreamDaily Entertainment One announced on Tuesday it has signed sibling singing group Cimorelli to a multi-year output deal aimed at creating and distributing original content for TV, film and premium digital platforms. Based in Malibu, Calif., the

Margaret O’Brien takes eOne M&A role

By Richard Middleton for C21 Transatlantic producer and distributor Entertainment One (eOne) has promoted the chief operating officer of its TV arm to a newly created position to oversee the company’s increasing M&A activity. Margaret O’Brien becomes exec VP of

eOne Launches Television Development and Production Arm in Australia

By Etan Vlessing for The Hollywood Reporter Entertainment One has launched a TV development and production arm in Australia. The Canadian indie producer/distributor three years ago acquired Oz distributor Hopscotch to become part of its international film-releasing network. Now, the Canadian

Vancouver Digital Content Producers Eager for Mainstream Success

By Tyler Orton for Business In Vancouver A quick browse through the Netflix Canada queue is all it takes for viewers to uncover TV offerings such as New Mexico-set Breaking Bad and the U.K.’s Derek. Both shows aired on TV in their respective countries

eOne and IDW Entertainment Team to Develop Comic-Book Miniseries for TV

By Nellie Andreeva for Deadline Hollywood IDW Entertainment and Entertainment One Television have teamed to develop Secret Service drama Cobb as a TV series — a timely project given the recent security lapses that resulted in the resignation of Director Julia Pierson. Based on Beau’s

FanTrust Client Bitten Takes New York Comic Con — Gains Super Loyal FanBase

Join the Cast of BITTEN as they take the stage, meet their Fans and discuss all the exciting revelations to come in the next season airing on Syfy. Panelists include Stars Laura Vandervoort (Smallville, Ted), Greyston Holt (Once Upon a

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