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    CORUS specialty channels NEWS & SCHEDULES 2017

    Didn't find thread to post this in one scheduling news, so started one just for this:

    Great news (for me anyway), the 3rd and last season of Broadchurch starts March 5th on Showcase at 10pm.

    I thought we could use one thread for news like these, new schedules,etc for each major channel providers as I find starting a thread for one announcement is a bit much and we could more easily find them afterwards if looking for that kind of news.

    Maybe Randy could pin these thread. We can start a new one every year to make them not too long.

    Besides Corus I will start one for Bell Media, Rogers.

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    So Showcase will have Eyewitness after all. Probably due to the fact they have not much else to show.

    Starts Sunday April 30th. The time is not mention in the promo, I would guess 10pm.

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    New episodes for the last season of Royal Pains will be shown on Showcase starting tomorrow night, or Wednesday morning if you prefer at...1 AM.

    I am really not understanding this scheduling. Wednesday 1AM?? While they are showing repeat of old movies all evenings. They did the same for Girlfriend`s Guide to Divorce.

    Is it very low rated and they are obligated by contract to show it? Is it because of Cancon quota for prime time? Or simply because they feel obligated to fans to show it because they showed earlier seasons even tough it doesn't bring better ratings than an old movie? Do they pay less for it if not shown in primetime?

    I am really curious to find out the real reason...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtlguy View Post
    New episodes for the last season of Royal Pains will be shown on Showcase starting tomorrow night, or Wednesday morning if you prefer at...1 AM.

    I am really not understanding this scheduling. Wednesday 1AM?? While they are showing repeat of old movies all evenings. They did the same for Girlfriend`s Guide to Divorce.

    Is it very low rated and they are obligated by contract to show it? Is it because of Cancon quota for prime time? Or simply because they feel obligated to fans to show it because they showed earlier seasons even tough it doesn't bring better ratings than an old movie? Do they pay less for it if not shown in primetime?

    I am really curious to find out the real reason...
    I agree...I find this to be rather strange. Heck, I would have not known this without seeing your post. So I checked the Showcase website and navigated to the Shows page - not even a mention of Royal Pains. You'll only notice when you click on Schedule and browse through the daily listings. Click on the show name in the schedule and it does not even direct you to a separate page.

    Seems to me like Showcase is just fulfilling their contract, so regardless of what time they show it, they would not incur any penalties and it probably costs them less to air only once a week. The ratings must be pretty terrible if they cannot even show it in primetime as opposed to NCIS marathons (with episodes replayed two or three times daily), old CanCon movies or dramas which is a real shame.

    I've noticed Showcase also sneaking in encore airings of acquired shows from previous seasons nightly at 2:00 am. They did this with Season 1 of The Magicians in the weeks leading to the Season 2 premiere back in January. Recently they did the same with the first two seasons of 12 Monkeys, leading to its Season 3 premiere as of Wednesday last week. And now, it looks like they are running Mr. Robot season 1 beginning tonight at 2:00 am.





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    Here are the the USA ratings . Never an extremely popular show but it did have people who enjoyed it (of which i am one) and it did last 8 seasons.
    http://tvseriesfinale.com/tv-show/ro...eight-ratings/
    I've given up trying to understand the programming and marketing decisions or rather the lack of them from various channels.
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    [PR] Corus Entertainment 2017/18 New and Returning Canadian Original Programs

    CORUS ENTERTAINMENT PROUDLY BOLSTERS ITS DIVERSE 2017/18 PROGRAMMING SLATE WITH NEW AND RETURNING CANADIAN ORIGINAL PRODUCTIONS

    For details on Global's programming, click here

    The Bachelor Canada
    Joins the Specialty Slate Along With All-New Homegrown Series Sarah Off The Grid, The Baker Sisters, Bud Dynasty, Hunting Nazi Treasure, and Mysticons, Plus New Seasons of Vikings, Travelers, Top Chef Canada, Bryan Inc., and More


    Corus Studios and Nelvana Expand Their Slate of Proven Hits and Premium Animation for International Sale

    “Gorgeously made and menacing in tone, [Travelers] is a portrait of our time, seen through the eyes of people in the future.”
    The Globe and Mail


    “It’s hard to find a fresh take on the time-travel conceit…but Travelers has some attention-grabbing flourishes and fine acting.” –
    The New York Times


    “Almost everything about Vikings is bold and brawny…amid a wave of period dramas generally made possible by international production, few are as fully realized or consistently satisfying.”
    Variety


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    For Immediate Release


    TORONTO, June 5, 2017Corus Entertainment announced today its vast and versatile slate of new and returning Canadian content, showcasing exceptional storytelling, an amazing roster of homegrown talent, and original, high-quality productions. New season orders of outstanding established hits underscore Corus’ commitment to investing in Canadian content across its portfolio of brands, championing original series, and fostering Canadian talent, both in front of and behind the camera.

    Additionally, with strategically curated programs featuring globally appealing themes and formats, Corus Entertainment’s Corus Studios and Nelvana have grown their slates of premium original content which are now available in more than 160 countries and territories around the world, supporting Corus’ goal of becoming Canada’s leading media and content company.

    “Corus is extremely proud to work with our country’s most talented writers, artists, producers, and showrunners on first-rate productions for our scripted and unscripted slates,” said Barb Williams, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Corus Entertainment. “This year’s lineup of exemplary original productions is bursting with homegrown personalities, exceptional narratives, compelling characters, and tried-and-true formats that further solidify our roster of powerful Canadian content.”

    Showcase’s original time-travelling series and #1 new fall Specialty series* Travelers returns for a second season this fall. Produced by Peacock Alley Entertainment, the sci-fi drama features an all-Canadian cast led by Eric McCormack and created by Brad Wright. Plus, new this season, Canadian gem Enrico Colantoni joins as Vincent, a mysterious individual who may or may not be a friend of the travelers. Currently shooting in Vancouver, Season 2 picks up on the group’s haunting realization that their missions may have altered the future in ways they did not predict.

    The #1 Specialty Entertainment program** and Canadian Screen Award-winner Vikings returns for Season 5 later this year on HISTORY. Produced by Take 5 Productions, this riveting season features Golden Globe® winner Jonathan Rhys Meyers as a warrior bishop. Also debuting this fall are HISTORY’s two new original series: Screen Siren Pictures’ docu-series Bud Dynasty, which follows the lucrative pot industry in British Columbia, providing an all-access look into the legalized marijuana business, its big players, and the obstacles they face; and from Saloon Media, investigative series Hunting Nazi Treasure follows a team of experts around the world in search of objects and artwork worth billions stolen by the Nazis.

    On W Network this fall, a handsome gent puts it all on the line for love in the hit franchise produced by Good Human Productions, The Bachelor Canada. W Network is also the home of enchanting scripted series including: Good Witch, featuring Noah Cappe (host of The Bachelor Canada) and returning with Season 4 this spring; family drama series Chesapeake Shores, filmed in British Columbia and starring Canadian Megan Ory; and new comedic series Date My Dad, shot in B.C. and starring Canadian Zenia Marshall.

    Following the successful All-Stars edition, Canada’s most notable culinary competition Top Chef Canada returns in spring 2018 for a sixth season to Food Network Canada. Produced by Insight Productions, a new batch of the country’s most talented chefs compete in cutthroat culinary challenges and receive bold critiques from the esteemed judging panel. This fall, the network also serves up sweet new original dishes sure to satisfy audiences: from Alibi Entertainment, The Baker Sisters takes viewers on a guilt-free road trip to sample mouth-watering sweets from some of the best bakeries in North America; and from eOne, the one-hour special Bake It Possible! crowns the champion of Pillsbury and Betty Crocker’s epic baking contest. CSA-nominated celebrity chef Anna Olson showcases her baking mastery in new seasons of Bake with Anna Olson this fall and Inspired by Anna Olson in 2018, both produced by Peace Point Entertainment.

    HGTV Canada welcomes two brand new Canadian original series and one Canadian co-production to its schedule this fall and spring, respectively: from Alibi Entertainment, Sarah Off the Grid follows notable interior designer Sarah Richardson as she builds a dream home for her family on a remote property; produced by Great Pacific Media, Worst to First features cutting-edge contractors Mickey Fabbiano and Sebastian Sevallo who transform drab dwellings in coveted neighbourhoods into magnificent sought-after homes; and in partnership with Scripps Networks Interactive, Buyers Bootcamp features Scott McGillivray as he offers real-life opportunities for aspiring real estate investors to partner with him. Fan-favourites Drew and Jonathan Scott of the Cineflix-produced series Property Brothers debut new episodes from Season 6 this fall, followed in early 2018 by a new season of CSA-nominated Masters of Flip from Rhino Content featuring dynamic super couple Dave and Kortney Wilson, and a brand new season of Bryan Inc. from Si Entertainment starring renovation expert Bryan Baeumler.

    Since 2016, Corus Studios has been producing and distributing original lifestyle content globally. With multiple content deals completed worldwide this spring, breakout hit Masters of Flip is now available in 147 territories, Buying the View (HGTV Canada) in 65 territories, Home to Win in 44 territories, and Cheer Squad (ABC Spark) in eight territories. The Baker Sisters, $ave My Reno and Backyard Builds (both HGTV Canada) were also recently introduced to the international market at MIPTV 2017.

    With offices in Toronto and Paris, Nelvana Enterprises, the global licensing and merchandising arm of Nelvana (Canada’s premier animation company and world-class producer and distributor of children’s content), continues to expand and strengthen its portfolio on an international scale, securing numerous global licensing deals including Nickelodeon (U.S.) for Mysticons, Disney Channel (U.S.) for Hotel Transylvania: The Series, Discovery Kids (Latin America) and Disney Channel (U.S.) deals for The ZhuZhus, and broadcast deals in France, Germany, Finland, and Australia for Ranger Rob.

    The momentum across Corus’ Kids Networks is fuelled by the longstanding success, accomplished artists, and creative vision of Nelvana. With nearly 300 talented artists and animators working in its Toronto studio, Nelvana has 14 series in full production and more than 20 shows in development for 2017/18. Nelvana’s stellar original animated content joining Corus’ leading kids’ networks this year include the genre-defining action series Mysticons. Slated for YTV this fall, the contemporary series follows four girls who transform into legendary warriors and undertake a quest to find a magic tome. Produced in association with Sony Pictures Animation, and based on the blockbuster film franchise, Hotel Transylvania: The Series focuses on the teenage years of Dracula’s daughter, Mavis, and her three closest friends who put her brilliant ideas of how to run the Hotel into motion, and is set to premiere on TELETOON this fall. Produced by Nelvana in association with Kids Can Press, the charming short film The Most Magnificent Thing joins preschool network Treehouse this fall. Based on Canadian author Ashley Spires’s bestselling picture book of the same name, the short film animates the tale of an unnamed girl, her furry best friend and their quest to make the most magnificent thing – even though creating it might not be that easy. Nelvana’s preschool adventure series Ranger Rob has been greenlit for a second season, and new episodes of the dynamic duo Max & Ruby return this fall on Treehouse.

    The action continues as YTV also introduces new Canadian original series to its lineup, ReBoot: The Guardian Code. Reimagining the 1994 animated cult classic show ReBoot, the live-action/CG-animated hybrid series is set to debut in spring 2018. Produced by WOW! Unlimited Media’s Mainframe Studios, the series follows four teenagers selected to become the Next-Generation Guardians of cyberspace.

    Sources:
    * Numeris PPM Data, Total Canada FL’16 (Aug29/16 – Jan1/17) – confirmed data, Mo-Su 2a-2a, AMA (000), Canadian Commercial Specialty English, ex.Sports channels. A18-49 and A18-34, program rankers based on 3+ airings
    ** Numeris PPM Data, Total Canada, Broadcast YTD (8/29/2016 – 5/7/2017) – confirmed data, Mo-Su 2a-2a, AMA (000),
    Canadian Commercial Specialty English, ex.Sports. A25-54 and A18-49 unless otherwise noted, program rankers based on 3+ airings

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    About Corus Entertainment Inc.
    Corus Entertainment Inc. (TSX: CJR.B) is a leading media and content company that creates and delivers high quality brands and content across platforms for audiences around the world. The company’s portfolio of multimedia offerings encompasses 45 specialty television services, 39 radio stations, 15 conventional television stations, a global content business, digital assets, live events, children’s book publishing, animation software, technology and media services. Corus’ roster of premium brands includes Global Television, W Network, OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network Canada, HGTV Canada, Food Network Canada, HISTORY®, Showcase, National Geographic, Q107, CKNW, Fresh Radio, Disney Channel Canada, YTV and Nickelodeon Canada. Visit Corus at www.corusent.com.


    Corus Studios and Nelvana are divisions of Corus Entertainment


    About Corus Studios
    Corus Entertainment has a longstanding history of success in the children’s animated content category through its production and distribution giant Nelvana. Since 2016 Corus Studios has been producing and distributing original lifestyle content globally. From hit series Masters of Flip to Buying the View and Home to Win, Corus Studios’ series are now available in over 100 territories worldwide.

    About Nelvana
    Nelvana is Canada’s premier animation company and a world-leading producer and distributor of children’s content. Nelvana has delighted audiences around the globe for more than 40 years with a vast library of more than 4,000 episodes from original, award-winning series like Babar and Franklin. Nelvana’s content is distributed in more than 160 countries worldwide and broadcast across Corus Entertainment’s suite of leading kids networks. Nelvana Enterprises, the global licensing and merchandising arm of Nelvana, manages the organization’s portfolio of in-house and third party brands with offices in Toronto and Paris. Nelvana Studio, with offices in Toronto and Montreal, employs more than 300 Canadian artists working with local and international producers to create premium children’s content for a global stage.
    For more information, visit www.nelvana.com.


    For more information, please contact:
    Ashley Applebaum
    Publicity Manager, Global Television
    Corus Entertainment
    416.860.4217
    ashley.applebaum@corusent.com


    Michelle McTeague
    Publicity Manager, General Entertainment and Kids Content
    Corus Entertainment
    416.966.7724
    michelle.mcteague@corusent.com


    Catrina Jaricot
    Publicity Manager, Women and Lifestyle Content
    Corus Entertainment
    416.479.6397
    catrina.jaricot@corusent.com

    Source:
    http://www.corusent.com/wp-content/u...INAL_June5.pdf
    http://www.corusent.com/news/corus-e...l-productions/

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    [PR] Corus Entertainment 2017/18 Specialty Lineup

    CORUS ENTERTAINMENT ANNOUNCES 2017/18 SPECIALTY LINEUP WITH A DYNAMIC RANGE OF POWERHOUSE PROGRAMMING AND PERENNIAL FAVOURITES

    Corus Specialty Leads in Blockbuster Entertainment with Premium New Dramas The Sinner, Absentia, Marvel’s Runaways, Marvel’s Cloak and Dagger, Valor, Knightfall, The Bold Type, and college-ish, Plus New Seasons of Highly-Acclaimed Series Transparent, Mozart in the Jungle, Travelers, Supergirl, Mr. Robot,Outlander, and Vikings

    Lifestyle Portfolio Boasts Hit Franchises The Bachelor Canada and Top Chef Canada Along with New and Returning Series From Network All-Stars Bryan Baeumler, Mike Holmes, Scott McGillivray, Sarah Richardson, and the Scott Brothers

    Canada’s Unrivaled Leader in Kids Content Unveils Family-Friendly Slate of Hit Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network Shows Fueling #1 Networks YTV, Treehouse, and Animation Station TELETOON, While Debuting More Disney Magic on its Exclusive Suite of Networks

    To share this release socially visit: http://bit.ly/2qWRMdA


    For Immediate Release

    TORONTO, June 5, 2017 – Corus Entertainment
    announced today its spectacular slate of premium new programming and returning hits for the 2017/18 season across its powerful Specialty portfolio. Corus’ expansive Specialty assets boast bold new series featuring Hollywood heavyweights, fascinating unscripted content from Canada’s leading lifestyle experts, and an exceptional offering of original content across all genres that complement and fortify its suite of leading media brands. Leading the industry in unscripted and scripted Specialty content, Corus is home to six of the Top 10 Specialty Entertainment networks* – HISTORY®, Showcase, W Network, HGTV Canada, Food Network Canada, and YTV – and remains the go-to destination for women’s and kids’ programming, with the Top 5 women’s channels (W25-54) and the Top 5 kids’ channels (K2-11)*. “Corus is the undisputed leader in Specialty entertainment with a superior suite of brands, rich with original curated content, riveting unscripted series, captivating dramas, and outstanding kids’ programs,” said Barb Williams, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Corus Entertainment. “Our diverse and compelling slate of hotly anticipated new series and returning hits further cement Corus’ Specialty networks as premier destinations for ground-breaking and compelling content for all Canadians.”


    ENTERTAINMENT


    Corus’ impressive slate of programming includes new cutting-edge dramas and nail-biting thrillers, starring the hottest names in Hollywood, all debuting on HISTORY, Showcase, and W Network, the #1, #2, and #3 Specialty Entertainment networks (A25-54)*** this year, respectively.

    Bolstering Showcase’s outstanding lineup is the captivating new fall series, The Sinner. Executive produced by and starring Jessica Biel, the series follows a young mother (Biel) who is overcome by an inexplicable fit of rage and commits a startling act of violence, and to her horror has no idea why. Also debuting this fall, gripping new scripted drama Absentia stars Canadian Stana Katic (Castle) as an FBI agent who disappears without a trace and is declared dead, only to be found barely alive six years later with no memory of the years that have passed, and soon finds herself implicated in a new series of murders. Then, based on the comic book series, the all-new drama for 2018 is Marvel’s Runaways, the story of six diverse teenagers who can barely stand each other but who must unite against a common foe – their parents. Also finding a home on the network is the fourth season of the Golden Globe®-winning series Transparent. Signature hits returning to Showcase this fall include: season two of original time-travelling series and #1 new fall Specialty series**, Travelers, featuring an all-Canadian cast led by Eric McCormack and new this season, Enrico Colantoni; the third season of the suspenseful Golden Globe-winning hacker series Mr. Robot; and season three of Showcase’s high-flying #1 show* Supergirl.

    HISTORY celebrates its 20th anniversary this year with intriguing titles and the previously announced new, original series Bud Dynasty and Hunting Nazi Treasure. Executive produced by Oscar® and Golden Globe-nominee Jeremy Renner, new fall series Knightfall chronicles the mysterious but true accounts of the Knights Templar –the most powerful military order of the Middle Ages, entrusted with protecting the Holy Grail and harbouring secrets capable of destroying the Church. The corruption and bloodshed culminate later this year with the season five premiere of this year’s #1 Specialty Entertainment program*** Vikings, in which Golden Globe-winner Jonathan Rhys Meyers stars as warrior bishop, Heahmund.

    Following the successful launch of The Bachelorette Canada on W Network, the #1 Specialty Entertainment network for women this year (W25-54)***, Jasmine Lorimer passes the roses over to a charming new gent searching for love as The Bachelor Canada debuts this fall. Continuing to bring in massive audiences to the network is the addition of fan-favourite and new, female-skewing scripted content this fall. The “droughtlander” comes to an end as the long-awaited third season of the timeless Golden Globe-nominated love story, Outlander, finds a new home on W Network. New serialized military drama and conspiracy thriller Valor stars Matt Barr (Hatfields & McCoys) and Christina Ochoa (Animal Kingdom) as elite U.S. Army helicopter pilots who find themselves torn between duty, honour and desire. The fourth season of Mozart in the Jungle debuts this year, followed by powerful new seasons of hit dramas The Good Fight, Nashville, and Imposters.

    This summer, ABC Spark, Corus’ millennial-focused network and home to hit dramas The Fosters and BEYOND, debuts new series The Bold Type, inspired by the life of former Cosmopolitan editor-in-chief Joanna Coles, where three friends in New York City discover their own identity and explore their sexuality, delve into complex relationships, and experiment with fashion. Also slated to premiere on the network in 2018 are Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger, following two teenagers Olivia Holt (Kickin’ It) and Aubrey Joseph (The Night Of) from very different backgrounds who find themselves burdened and awakened to newly acquired superpowers; and college-ish, the spin-off of award-winning hit series black-ish, following the Johnson’s eldest daughter Zoey (Yara Shahidi) as she heads off to college and quickly discovers that not everything goes her way once she leaves the nest. Anthony Anderson and Laurence Fishburne (black-ish) serve as executive producers for the series.


    LIFESTYLE

    Corus’ extraordinary lineup of standout Lifestyle content is anchored by hugely successful franchises and proven formats, programming that reinforces the company’s dominance with female audiences, and celebrated homegrown talent that resonate with loyal fans. Following a show-stopping All-Stars edition, Top Chef Canada returns in spring 2018 for a sixth season to Food Network Canada, as a new crop of the country’s most talented chefs go knife-to-knife in demanding culinary challenges. It’s all a piece of cake this fall with freshly-baked Canadian original content: new series The Baker Sisters takes viewers on a guilt-free road trip to sample mouth-watering sweets from some of the best bakeries in North America; the one-hour special Bake It Possible! crowns the champion of Pillsbury and Betty Crocker’s epic baking contest; and Canadian Screen Award-nominated celebrity chef Anna Olson showcases her baking mastery in a new season of Bake with Anna Olson. Two brand new series this year feature iconic Guy Fieri and Duff Goldman, respectively: in Guy’s Family Road Trip, Guy and his family load up their RV for a family road trip to dig into America’s signature dishes, landscapes and experiences; and in Dessert Games, Guy hands the keys to his grocery store over to dessert master Duff Goldman to remodel the store, restock the shelves and reinvent his ‘Grocery Games’ for chefs who like to walk on the sweeter side. Also new this fall is Bakers vs. Fakers, where amateur bakers show off their sweet skills and compete against professional chefs, and a new season of Worst Cooks In America: Celebrity Edition.

    HGTV Canada’s heavy-hitting hosts Mike Holmes and Scott McGillivray bring inspiring new series to the schedule this year, joined by fresh content from new personalities sure to be a hit with audiences. In the new fall series Holmes: Buy It Right, Mike Holmes applies his construction expertise and creative vision to help people search for their dream home. Also coming this fall is the new, breakout hit series Home Town, which premiered to record audiences on HGTV this spring in the U.S. The series follows a Southern couple passionate about restoring classic old homes in their quaint Mississippi town. Debuting in spring 2018 is new series Buyers Bootcamp featuring Scott McGillivray as he offers real-life opportunities for aspiring real estate investors to partner with him. Two brand-new and several returning hit Canadian original series join the HGTV Canada schedule this year. Sarah Off the Grid delivers an unparalleled look into the life of famed interior designer Sarah Richardson this fall as she builds a dream home for her family on a remote property, and Worst to First introduces new talent to the network as forward-thinking contractors Mickey Fabbiano and Sebastian Sevallo help families transform diamond-in-the-rough houses into highly-coveted designer homes. New episodes of Property Brothers and Property Brothers: Buying and Selling also debut this fall, followed by brand new seasons of the network’s #1 show (A25-54)* Bryan Inc. and Canadian Screen Award-nominated Masters of Flip later this year.

    Coming soon to Lifetime, critically-acclaimed series UnREAL starring Shiri Appleby continues to push the limits with its highly anticipated season three premiere.


    KIDS


    As the #1 destination for kids’ programming in Canada*, and home to the Top 20 programs for children, Corus is the undisputed leader in kids content year over year. At the helm of its powerful, family-friendly suite of children’s networks is YTV, the #1 channel for K2-11* and home to the best animation and live-action series. The Zone, YTV’s flagship after-school programming block kicks back weekdays from 4 p.m.– 6 p.m. ET/PT with countless new episodes of the most popular animated Nickelodeon series including SpongeBob SquarePants and The Loud House, followed by primetime family viewing with new episodes of Nickelodeon’s best live-action series Nicky, Ricky, Dicky and Dawn, Henry Danger, Hunter Street, and Game Shakers. New original series added to YTV’s 2017/18 schedule include Mysticons (Nelvana) and ReBoot: The Guardian Code. Read more about Corus’ Canadian original slate HERE.

    Treehouse, Canada’s #1 preschool network (K2-6)*, ushers in fall with new episodes of the popular Nickelodeon series Rusty Rivets, and new episodes of the dynamic duo, Max & Ruby.

    Animation domination continues on TELETOON with new seasons and episodes of beloved Cartoon Network series such as Ben 10, Amazing World of Gumball, We Bare Bears, and Steven Universe. Plus, this fall, new series Hotel Transylvania: The Series, produced by Nelvana in association with Sony Pictures Animation, joins the action-packed weekend morning lineup on TELETOON.

    Corus continues to bring the magic of Disney to families every day with its robust roster of new series and returning hits. The two fastest-growing kids networks in Canada*, Disney Channel and Disney Junior, set the stage with highly-anticipated premieres. Disney Channel kicks off summer with the premiere of the Disney Channel Original Movie Descendants 2 and the return of everyone’s favourite psychic in the new series, Raven’s Home. Rounding out the schedule are new seasons from the coming-of-age series Andi Mack and brave new heroine, Elena of Avalor. Disney Junior welcomes an unusual but friendly face to its lineup with the new preschool series Vampirina. Then, the franchise-classic DuckTales returns to Disney XD in a new series starring David Tennant and Lin-Manuel Miranda.

    Sources:
    * Numeris PPM data, Total Canada, SP’17 std (Jan2/17-May7/17) confirmed data, Canadian Commercial Specialty English channels ex.sports channels, Mo-Su 2a-2a, AMA (000), A25-54 unless otherwise noted, program rankers based on 3+ airings / kid rankers based on kids channels only (including non-commercial channels)
    **Numeris PPM Data, Total Canada FL’16 (Aug29/16 – Jan1/17) – confirmed data, Mo-Su 2a-2a, AMA (000), Canadian Commercial Specialty English, ex.sports channels. A18-49 and A18-34, program rankers based on 3+ airings
    ***Numeris PPM Data, Total Canada, Broadcast YTD (8/29/2016 – 5/7/2017)
    – confirmed data, Mo-Su 2a-2a, AMA (000), Canadian Commercial Specialty English, ex.sports. A25-54 and A18-49 unless otherwise noted, program rankers based on 3+ airings

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    SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS:

    Follow Corus PR on Twitter: @CorusPR | #CorusUpfront

    About Corus Entertainment Inc.
    Corus Entertainment Inc. (TSX: CJR.B) is a leading media and content company that creates and delivers high quality brands and content across platforms for audiences around the world. The company’s portfolio of multimedia offerings encompasses 45 specialty television services, 39 radio stations, 15 conventional television stations, a global content business, digital assets, live events, children’s book publishing, animation software, technology and media services. Corus’ roster of premium brands includes Global Television, W Network, OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network Canada, HGTV Canada, Food Network Canada, HISTORY®, Showcase, National Geographic, Q107, CKNW, Fresh Radio, Disney Channel Canada, YTV and Nickelodeon Canada. Visit Corus at www.corusent.com.


    For more information, please contact:


    Michelle McTeague

    Publicity Manager, General Entertainment and Kids Content
    Corus Entertainment
    416.966.7724
    michelle.mcteague@corusent.com


    Catrina Jaricot

    Publicity Manager, Women and Lifestyle Content
    Corus Entertainment
    416.479.6397
    catrina.jaricot@corusent.com


    Source:
    http://www.corusent.com/wp-content/u...-2017-2018.pdf
    http://www.corusent.com/news/corus-e...al-favourites/
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    Corus Entertainment - 2017/18 Specialty - General Entertainment

    GENERAL ENTERTAINMENT

    ABC Spark

    The Bold Type
    (10x60min)
    Summer 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger
    (10x60min)
    Winter 2018 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    college-ish (WT)
    (13x30min)
    Winter 2018 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    Brand new seasons of returning series this fall include Beyond and The Fosters


    BBC Canada


    Top Gear America
    (8x60min)
    Fall 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    The Last Post (6x60min)
    Fall 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    A brand new season of The Graham Norton Show returns this fall.


    CI (Crime + Investigation)

    Crazy Love
    (6x60min)
    Fall 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    My Sordid Affair (6x60min)
    Fall 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere


    H2

    The Unexplained (WT) (6x60min)
    Fall 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    Custer’s Lost Treasure (6x60min)
    Fall 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    Project Impossible (10x60min)
    Fall 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    Win Lose Fail (12x30min)
    Fall 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere


    HISTORY

    Hunting Nazi Treasure (8x60min)
    Fall 2017 Canadian Original, World Broadcast Premiere

    I Am War (1x60min)
    Fall 2017 Canadian Original, World Broadcast Premiere

    Knightfall (10x60min)
    Fall 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    Age of Terror (2x120min)
    Fall 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    Wall to Towers (4x60min)
    Fall 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    American Ripper (6x60min)
    Fall 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    Bud Dynasty (7x30min)
    Winter 2018 Canadian Original, World Broadcast Premiere

    Brand new seasons of returning series include Vikings, The Curse of Oak Island, Hunting Hitler,Mountain Men, Ice Road Truckers, Alone, Forged in Fire, Counting Cars, American Pickers, and Pawn Stars.



    Nat GEO WILD

    Lion Kingdom (4x60min)
    Fall 2017 Canadian Premiere

    Brand new seasons of returning series this fall include Snake City, The Incredible Dr. Pol,Animal ER, Dr. Oakley, and Savage Kingdom.



    National Geographic

    Jane (1x120min)
    Fall 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    Brand new seasons of returning series this fall include Wicked Tuna: Outer Banks,Science of Stupid, and Explorer.


    Showcase

    The Sinner (8x60min)
    Fall 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    Absentia (10x60min)
    Fall 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    Transparent, Season 4 (10x60min)
    Fall 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    Runaways (10x60min)
    Winter 2018 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    Brand new seasons of returning series this fall include Travelers, Supergirl, Mr. Robot, Channel Zero, and Rizzoli & Isles.


    Source: http://www.corusent.com/wp-content/u...-2017-2018.pdf
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    Corus Entertainment - 2017/18 Specialty - Women & Lifestyle

    WOMEN & LIFESTYLE

    Cooking Channel Canada


    Big Bad BBQ Brawl, Season 2 (6x30min)
    Summer 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    Beach Bites with Katie Lee (7x30min)
    Summer 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    Farmers’ Market Flip, Season 1 (7x30min)
    Summer 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    A brand new season of Man Fire Food returns this fall.


    DIY Network Canada

    Nashville Flipped (9x30min)
    Fall 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    Rustic Renovation (10x30min)
    Fall 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    Brand new seasons of returning series this fall include: Vanilla Ice Project, Louisiana Flip N Move, Barnwood Builders, Stone House Revival, Building off the Grid and Building Alaska.



    DTOUR

    Deadly Possessions (6x60min)
    Fall 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    New series Caribbean Pirate Treasure and Booze Traveler: Best Bars come to DTOUR this year.

    Brand new seasons of returning series this fall include Mysteries at the Museum, Big Time RVs, Food Paradise, Expedition Unknown: Hunt for Extraterrestrials and Dead Files.


    Food Network Canada

    Baker Sisters (13x30min)
    Fall 2017 Canadian Original, World Broadcast Premiere

    Barefoot Contessa: Cook Like a Pro
    Fall 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    New series Dessert Games and Guy’s Family Road Trip come to the network this fall.

    Brand new specials and seasons of returning series on Food Network Canada include Top Chef Canada, Bake With Anna Olson, Bake it Possible, Chopped Junior: Champions, Chopped Grill Masters, Guy’s Grocery Games: Superstar Tournament, Beat Bobby Flay: All-Star Takeover, The Great Food Truck Race, Cooks vs. Cons, Bakers vs. Fakers, Ginormous Foods, Ayesha’s Home Kitchen and Worst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition.



    FYI

    You Can’t Turn That Into A House (13x30min)
    Fall 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    A Question of Love (10x60min)
    Fall 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    Stove Tots (13x60min)
    Fall 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    Brand new season of Waterfront House Hunting returns this fall.



    HGTV Canada

    Home Town (11x60min)
    Fall 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    Sarah Off the Grid (6x60min)
    Fall 2017 Canadian Original, World Broadcast Premiere

    Holmes: Buy It Right (14x30min)
    Fall 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    Worst to First (10x60min)
    Fall 2017 Canadian Original, World Broadcast Premiere

    Flip or Flop Atlanta (14x30min)
    Fall 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    Mexico Life (20x30min)
    Fall 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    House Hunters Family (5x30min)
    Fall 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    Buyers Bootcamp (10x60min)
    Spring 2018 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    Brand new seasons of returning series this fall include Buying and Selling, Property Brothers, Flip or Flop, My Lottery Dream Home, Love It or List It, Island Hunters, Caribbean Life, Beachfront Bargain Hunt, Good Bones, House Hunters, House Hunters International and Beachfront Bargain Hunt Renovation. Winter 2017 returning series include Bryan Inc. and Masters of Flip.


    Lifetime Canada

    Open Marriage (1x120min)
    Summer 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    Menendez: Blood Brothers (1x120min)
    Summer 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    Double Mommy (1x120min)
    Summer 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    Little Women: Dallas
    Fall 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    I Am Elizabeth Smart (1x120min)
    Fall 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    The Lost Wife of Robert Durst (1x120min)
    Fall 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    Brand new seasons of returning series this year include Unreal, Bring It! and The Rap Game.


    OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network (Canada)

    Book of John Gray (8x60min)
    Summer 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    Released (8x60min)
    Fall 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    Checked Inn (7x60min)
    Winter 2018 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    Brand new seasons of returning series this fall include Greenleaf,Oprah’s Master Class, Super Soul Sunday, and Iyanla: Fix My Life.



    Slice

    Real Estate Wars (8x60min)
    Fall 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere


    W Network


    The Bachelor Canada (9x90min, 2x60min)
    Fall 2017 Canadian Original, World Broadcast Premiere

    Valor
    Fall 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    Mozart in the Jungle, Season 4
    2017/2018 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    Outlander, Season 4
    2017/2018 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    Brand new seasons of returning series on W Network this year include Chesapeake Shores, Nashville, Imposters,The Good Fight and Good Witch.



    Source: http://www.corusent.com/wp-content/u...-2017-2018.pdf
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    Corus Entertainment - 2017/18 Specialty - Kids

    KIDS

    Disney Channel
    Descendants 2 (1x111min)
    Summer 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    Raven’s Home (20x30min)
    Summer 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    Brand new seasons of returning series this fall include Andi Mack and Elena of Avalor.



    Disney Junior


    Vampirina (24x30min)
    Fall 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere


    Brand new seasons of returning series this fall includes Miles from Tomorrowland.


    Disney XD

    DuckTales (25x30min)
    Summer 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    Big Hero 6 (25x30min)
    Fall 2017 Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    Brand new seasons of returning series this fall include MECH-X4, Star Wars Rebel, Pickle andPeanut and Star vs. The Forces of Evil.



    TELETOON

    Hotel Transylvania: The Series (26x22min)
    Fall 2017 Canadian Original, Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    Brand new seasons of returning series this fall include Bunnicula, Be Cool Scooby-Doo, NewLooney Tunes, Justice League Action, Ben 10, Pokémon, and Power Rangers Ninja Steel.



    Treehouse


    The Most Magnificent Thing (1x22min)
    Fall 2017 Canadian Original, Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    Brand new seasons of returning series this fall include Max & Ruby, Blaze and the MonsterMachines, Nella the Princess Knight, Rusty Rivets, My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic and Peppa Pig



    YTV

    ReBoot: The Guardian (20x22min)
    Winter 2018 Canadian Original, World Broadcast Premiere

    Mysticons (40x30min)
    Fall 2017 Canadian Original, Canadian Broadcast Premiere

    Brand new seasons of returning series include Game Shakers, Henry Danger, Nicky, Ricky, Dicky& Dawn, SpongeBob SquarePants, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, Bunsen Is a Beast, The Thundermans,The Loud House, Hunter Street, and School of Rock.



    Source: http://www.corusent.com/wp-content/u...-2017-2018.pdf
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    Why would Corus start with seasons 4 of both Transparent and Mozart in the Jungle? I haven't seen either of them but i would imagine starting at season 4 would leave large gaps for viewers like me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sherds View Post
    Why would Corus start with seasons 4 of both Transparent and Mozart in the Jungle? I haven't seen either of them but i would imagine starting at season 4 would leave large gaps for viewers like me.
    I wonder whats gonna become of Deja View as its not getting anymore retrolike anymore. And I ask myself will corus rebrand some channels into something or what?!!!

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    It doesn't really matter what season any channel decides to start with. There are simply too many shows to keep up with ... unless you are extremely picky, or choose to put real life ahead of fantasy life, and only watch the odd show or series one series at a time.

    For example, I still haven't seen all the Quantico episodes even though I already have them, and they were available for free OTA and still are online. Netflix has shown that people are willing to pay for old stuff, as long as the price is right and the convenience factor is there. Gaining access to cable/satellite TV isn't always a cheap alternative (unless you get a bundling deal perhaps) to something that is relatively free (power of piracy), or much cheaper (Netflix, etc).

    Plus, even when a Canadian channel has the rights for a series, they often skip episodes, so that most viewers often watch the episodes on the US networks or online.

    While piracy (yes, I'm including streaming content from Netflix America while in Canada) is still running rampant, it's about time that Canadian networks aired content that one would expect to air first online. While it may not attract people like me back to cable tv, it at least makes them look a bit less like the dinosaurs that they have become.

    The Canadian channels will always be behind, so it's time to dump or ignore what they missed acquiring, and instead start fresh, with the fresh content currently airing online or on the foreign networks. Out with the old and in with the new. If you can't keep up with the Kardashians, consider yourself one of the lucky ones.
    Warning: I'm not playing with a full deck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Test Pattern View Post
    I wonder whats gonna become of Deja View as its not getting anymore retrolike anymore. And I ask myself will corus rebrand some channels into something or what?!!!
    It's clear that since their acquisition of Shaw Media, Corus just has way too many channels to program. Not including the Telelatino suite of specialty channels, the following are those that were nowhere to be listed in yesterday's press release:

    - Action
    - Cartoon Network
    - CMT
    - CosmoTV
    - Dejaview
    - IFC
    - Movietime
    - Nickelodeon
    - Sundance Channel

    Even Slice is becoming vulnerable. At this point, they seem expendable with the other female-centric channels including Lifetime, W Network and OWN. Lately, Corus has been using Slice for acquiring many of the original reality shows seen on Bravo in the U.S.

    If it was not only for the truTV acquisitions, Action would essentially become a zombie channel. Given its omission from the 2017/18 specialty plans, it seems like Corus no longer considers it among their core channels of focus.

    CMT has become a second tier channel for reruns, aside from music videos. If their only mention is to run season 1 of newly acquired CBS sitcom Superior Donuts, they might as well let this channel go. My understanding is that simliar to MTV Canada for Bell, this channel has not been profitable.

    IFC has become a channel for Showcase reruns, unlike the U.S., which has turned it more into an alternative for Comedy Central. Sundance is a channel that could be programmed a whole lot better under different ownership, perhaps under a Canadian version of AMC Networks.

    Nickelodeon is a second tier channel for shows that premiered on YTV. Likewise, the same manner that Cartoon Network serves the same purpose for Teletoon.

    Does Corus still really need a movie channel?

    Retro specialty channels just don't work, not if they continue being programmed in the manner that they are with Dejaview (Corus) and Comedy Gold (Bell). Canada should consider taking a page from the U.S. and perhaps transfer these brands for digital over-the air subchannels.

    The sad part is that all of these channels have become available in HD for a while now. So unless Corus has future plans for them in the form of a rebrand, they should cut their losses and just either shut them down or sell them off to an independent party outside the Big Three.

    Just last year, it seemed like DTOUR was one of the channels that would be destined for the scrap heap. Why don't they just restructure the license and make it Travel Channel Canada? It's all tied in with Scripps Networks and all their original programs are coming from Travel Channel in the U.S.

    It will only be a matter of time before Corus realizes that they cannot hold on to these specialty channels forever, so something will happen. Honestly, not sure what else they're waiting for. All they've done in the last year was convert W Movies into Cooking Channel Canada.

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    It's clear that since their acquisition of Shaw Media, Corus just has way too many channels to program. Not including the Telelatino suite of specialty channels, the following are those that were nowhere to be listed in yesterday's press release:

    - Action
    - Cartoon Network
    - CMT
    - CosmoTV
    - Dejaview
    - IFC
    - Movietime
    - Nickelodeon
    - Sundance Channel
    All of those, except for Cartoon Network should be shut down IMO. I did a comparison a while back and noticed that Cartoon Network Canada airs many of the new, current shows that are airing on Cartoon Network in the USA. Nickelodeon Canada, on the other hand, is full of older library content with the newer stuff airing on YTV.

    IFC & Movietime are a waste, airing the same edited movies over and over again. I think these skew more towards a male demo and as such would not fit with Corus' target audience which is women & children. I believe there was an article awhile back where the CEO of Corus said they were going to be evaluating their entire portfolio of channels and would be reducing the number of channels over the next several years. I suspect existing contracts with providers might be a reason why we have not see any channels shut down yet?!

    IFC has become a channel for Showcase reruns, unlike the U.S., which has turned it more into an alternative for Comedy Central.
    IFC USA has turned into something like what Bite was before it shut down- alternate & edgy comedy programming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CDN Viewer View Post
    All of those, except for Cartoon Network should be shut down IMO.
    That's the problem : fragmentation.
    Between 1980 and 2000, broadcasting licence applications came in competition and in waves, so we saw original brands like MuchMusic, TSN, Space, Star!, NCN, etc. Then over the years, our beloved broadcasters launched and rebranded some channels to known american channels like CMT, HBO, MTV, E!, Discovery, Nickelodeon...

    When HBO in the US launches a new series, you expect it to air on HBO Canada. Anything from Comedy Central should end up on Comedy Network. Any scripted or reality from MTV US should go to MTV. Anything from E! goes to E! Canada. Logic. Corus retooled Dusk into ABC Spark where you expect to find whatever ABC Family was airing, but Bell kept grabbing away selected series and air them on Bravo. CMT in the US picked up cancelled ABC's Nashville, but Corus opted to air it in W Network instead. Any new show from Nickelodeon ends up on YTV. With the CRTC's recent decision on pick-and-pay, broadcasters are scared of losing subscribers, and their bottom line. Corus already does everything to find no reason for the subscriber to pick Nickelodeon, and CMT. You're gonna be just fine with YTV and W. Huh, we're back to our homegrown brands.

    Then, shows like Freeform's Shadowhunters is nowhere to be found on the dial, because it can be found on Netflix. No wonder canadians are lost !

    Looking at the CRTC's financial data on specialty channels (2015 is the last available publication), they were still making money back then, with little investment and one employee to program 10 channels. That is why none of those channels has shut down yet. Maybe Corus is waiting for Bell to make the first move ? Or to see independent broadcasters fall one after the other and wait for the perfect opportunity for a rebrand ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CDN Viewer View Post
    All of those, except for Cartoon Network should be shut down IMO. I did a comparison a while back and noticed that Cartoon Network Canada airs many of the new, current shows that are airing on Cartoon Network in the USA. Nickelodeon Canada, on the other hand, is full of older library content with the newer stuff airing on YTV.
    I'd rather see DejaView be saved, moved over-the-air and turned into a Canadian version of MeTV with better management and more shows with less reruns, the way MeTV does it. The rest (including our Cartoon network, which airs nothing but Cartoon Network USA's garbage) should all just be dropped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoLocal View Post
    I'd rather see DejaView be saved, moved over-the-air and turned into a Canadian version of MeTV with better management and more shows with less reruns, the way MeTV does it. The rest (including our Cartoon network, which airs nothing but Cartoon Network USA's garbage) should all just be dropped.
    So you want another Canadian clone instead of the real thing?! Both Canadian retro channels suck and it should be clear by now that the broadcasters who own them, don't care about these channels which is why they have not done anything to improve the programming. Its the same old shows with the same group of episodes repeated over and over again- Three's Company has aired on Dejaview since the channel launched 16 years ago!!

    I would like to see Dejaview and Comedy Gold shut down and MeTV & Antenna added to the CRTC's approved list of channels, thus making them available for distribution in Canada.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CDN Viewer View Post
    All of those, except for Cartoon Network should be shut down IMO. I did a comparison a while back and noticed that Cartoon Network Canada airs many of the new, current shows that are airing on Cartoon Network in the USA.
    Yeah, but Cartoon Network is a total loss in Canadian Television. We don't longer have access on Shaw Direct since few months and the move of several of it's original shows on Teletoon also means less chances to this USA's counterpart to keep it alive for many years. I don't want a shutdown right now, but Cartoon Network means nothing great nowadays, except such of a big headache to it's core audience.

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    Looks like City/Rogers got out of producing the Bachelor Canada series. I wonder why they won't give the rights to the U.S. series to Corus.. unless they don't want them.

 

 

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