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Hot Sheet: Top 30 TV programs, July 30 to Aug. 5, 2018

The Amazing Race Canada tops the chart, followed by America’s Got Talent at #2 and Big Brother at #3, #4 and #6.

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CBC, Netflix renew Anne with an E

The drama got the greenlight for a third season, prior to its season two premiere on CBC this fall.

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Big Bad Boo Studios’ 16 Hudson signs broadcast deals

TVOKids, Knowledge Kids, SRC Radio Canada and ICI TV have picked up the animated preschool series.

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Kew Media revenues hit $49.7M in Q2

While the production business is currently driving the majority of the company’s revenue, Kew said its distribution arm is expanding fast as it looks to upcoming markets.

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Cameras roll on CBC comedy Cavendish

The Temple Street-produced series hails from comedians Andrew Bush and Mark Little.

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Bron teams with German prodco Tandem on TV drama

Eight-part series Shadow Play is written by The Bridge co-creator Mans Marlind.

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Studio City Rentals takes over former Showline complex

Studio City Rentals, which currently operates a 40,000-square-foot stage in Toronto’s Port Lands, has entered into a five-year lease for the complex.

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Heartland shoots 200th episode

The family drama is CBC’s first hour-long scripted series to reach the milestone.

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Alexandra Zarowny to lead CFC Bell Media Prime Time

A scribe on series including Lost Girl, Murdoch Mysteries and Degrassi: The Next Generation, Zarowny will lead the CFC’s upcoming story room.

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Quebecor revenues hit $1.04B in Q2

Revenue increases in the company’s telecom business were driven in part by growth in its Club illico OTT service.

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Family Channel, CBBC get more Creeped Out

The kids channels have ordered a second season of the spooky series produced by DHX Media and BBC Children’s Productions.

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Hot Sheet: Top 30 TV programs, July 23 to 29, 2018

The Amazing Race Canada takes the top spot, followed by America’s Got Talent at #2 and Private Eyes at #7.