Top Stories

Season 8 of “The Amazing Race Canada” premieres July 5th

It’s Go Time, Canada! After 3 long years, The Amazing Race is finally returning for its eighth adrenaline-pumping season on July 5! Host Jon Montgomery is back, sending 10 teams across Canada on a once-in-a-lifetime adventure. Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on CTV, or stream HERE.

“Dark Side of the 90’s” returns with its second season

Dark Side of the 90’s’ reveals the soul of the decade through the pop culture moments, trends and people that captivated us. From the famous to the infamous, each episode tells a story that cultivates the warm and fuzzy familiarity of nostalgia, but surprises with revelations of the dark truths that existed in the shadows of the glitz, the glamour and the headlines. Season 2 premieres June 14th at 9 p.m. on Vice TV.

More info...

“Big Brother Canada” renewed for season 11

Big Brother Canada will return for a groundbreaking 11th season! Produced by Insight Productions in association with Corus Entertainment and Banijay, the greenlight follows a monumental 10th Season that celebrated a decade of the wildest social experiment on television.

More Info…

Insight Productions planning Eurovision Canada for 2023

Insight Productions has partnered with former producers of the blockbuster Eurovision Song Contest to adapt the live televised music event for Canada.

Competitors will hail from each of the 10 provinces and three territories and represent every musical genre. They’ll perform new original songs in a series of televised qualifier competitions, culminating in semifinal and the ultimate primetime grand finale. Details about hosts will be announced at a later date.

More Info

NOW HIRING – Program Manager, The Black Academy Skills Development Program

The Black Academy, alongside Insight Productions, are hiring a program manager for “The Black Academy Skills Development Program”. The manager will be responsible for day-to-day operation and implementation of The Black Academy Skills Development Program where in Black Canadians receive real world, hands-on training and experience in the business and art of television production. Oversees multiple training streams, participants and trainers/mentors, including scheduling and coordinating. Meets regularly with all participants to monitor and track progress and gather KPIs. Manages Program budget and communication with stakeholders; prepares necessary reports. Helps with funding applications. Other duties as required.

To apply submit resume and cover letter to


« Newer PostsOlder Posts »

Secured By miniOrange