Nelvana and Sony Pictures Animation partner to bring ‘Hotel Transylvania’ to the small screen; New series will be developed and produced by Nelvana Studio in Toronto and is slated to launch on air in early 2017.
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Nelvana, the Topps Company, Nickelodeon and Playmates partner on new girl’s action series, ‘Mysticons,’ set to launch in 2017.
Hybrid live-action/CG-animated reimagining of the classic series to be produced by Mainframe Entertainment, the television division of Vancouver-based Rainmaker Entertainment.
Animated action series ‘Dr. Dimensionpants’ to premiere in the U.S. on streaming service Hulu on June 13.
Corus secures Canadian licensing rights to Disney Channel’s content and is set to launch Disney Channel TV Network in Canada for the first time on September 1, 2015.
Corus Entertainment-owned TELETOON, BBC Worldwide and Radical Sheep team up on ‘The Bagel And Becky Show’ with showrunner Adam Rotstein of ‘Inspector Gadget’ fame.
Corus Entertainment-owned producer and distributor signs new licensees to iconic superhero franchise.
Nelvana partners with mother-daughter team Julie Andrews and Emma Walton Hamilton to develop ‘Very Fairy Princess’ TV series based on their #1 New York Times-bestselling picture books.
New deals for series created by Brad Peyton are signed across Europe, Latin America, Australia and the Middle East.
World Class Studios team with Corus Entertainment’s Nelvana on development of new CG-animated preschool series created by Gili Dolev and Yvette Kaplan and designed by Erez Gavish.
Producers behind ‘Bob's Burgers’ to co-develop and produce a slate of primetime animated series for TELETOON at Night.
Corus Entertainment appoints Athena Georgaklis as its director of content for TELETOON, where she’ll oversee content development, acquisitions and production for the network’s English and French channels.
On the heels of its takeover in December, Teletoon now sits under the new Corus Kids vertical, headed by VP of television Colin Bohm.
Following Corus Entertainment’s recent acquisition of the remaining 50 per cent of the company from Bell Media, TELETOON Canada announces that the company’s President Len Cochrane has decided to retire in January 2014.
Seven months after the initial application, Corus Entertainment’s bid to wholly own Teletoon Canada is approved.