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After a 10 year wait, is it finally full stream ahead in Canada?
Netflix, Amazon and other streamers are hiring domestic content executives, stoking optimism that new buyers will stimulate a much-needed uptick in Cancon commissioning. But what exactly does that mean for the Canadian production sector? There’s been no shortage of things to chit-chat about in the Canadian screen sector this year. A generational shakeup at the country’s… Read More »After a 10 year wait, is it finally full stream ahead in Canada?
CBC RENEWS SEX AND SCIENCE DOCUSERIES JENSPLAINING
A second season of CBC’s acclaimed sex and science docuseries JENSPLAINING (10×15) is on the way, as announced yesterday by CBC. Produced by Peacock Alley Entertainment, the series features outspoken and unapologetic women’s health expert Dr. Jen Gunter. With each episode, Dr. Gunter continues her pursuit to eradicate unproven wellness claims and the spread of misinformation by debunking… Read More »CBC RENEWS SEX AND SCIENCE DOCUSERIES JENSPLAINING
Oxygen sets premiere for Peacock Alley’s “Catching a Serial Killer: Bruce McArthur”
U.S. cable net Oxygen has set the premiere date for Toronto prodco Peacock Alley Entertainment’s first true crime special, Catching A Serial Killer: Bruce McArthur. Airing on Sunday, April 11, and commissioned by Oxygen, the two-hour special follows the story of serial killer Bruce McArthur, who targeted and murdered members of Toronto’s LGBTQ+ community for a… Read More »Oxygen sets premiere for Peacock Alley’s “Catching a Serial Killer: Bruce McArthur”
See the Terrifying Trailer for Oxygen’s Catching a Serial Killer: Bruce McArthur Special
A man you’d never expect. This is exactly what Oxygen promises in the all-new teaser for their upcoming special, Catching a Serial Killer: Bruce McArthur. The new true crime content, which is airing on Sunday, April 11 at 7 p.m. as part of Oxygen’s Serial Killer Week, is a two-hour special that takes a closer look at Toronto-based… Read More »See the Terrifying Trailer for Oxygen’s Catching a Serial Killer: Bruce McArthur Special
5 New Series Coming To Netflix In December That Are Worth The Binge
As we fight an out-of-control pandemic and face another round of lockdowns, most would concur that 2020 cannot end soon enough. The upside is that Netflix NFLX +1% has a slew of new movies and series to help us get through December. This much-needed escapism is what people are looking for and streaming is at… Read More »5 New Series Coming To Netflix In December That Are Worth The Binge
Netflix’s Tiny Pretty Things: release date, cast and everything you need to know
Described as a cross between Pretty Little Liars and Black Swan, Netflix’s upcoming series Tiny Pretty Things definitely sounds a lot like our next Netflix investment. The show is based on the book by Sona Charaipotra and Dhonielle Clayton and is set in the world of an elite ballet academy where a group of cut-throat… Read More »Netflix’s Tiny Pretty Things: release date, cast and everything you need to know

ABOUT

Launched in 2012, Peacock Alley Entertainment is a proven producer of successful, critically acclaimed scripted and unscripted content for channels around the globe. From inception to execution – across all genres – our focus is storytelling. Our productions include Travelers (Netflix), A User’s Guide to Cheating Death (BBC Worldwide & Vision), Tower of Song: Leonard Cohen (CBC & PBS), Taste Testers (Food Network), Unusually Thicke (Pop), Brave New Girls (E!), Illusions of Grandeur (OLN), Money Moron (Slice), and Sweat the City (Z Living).

Peacock Alley is currently in production on Season III of Travelers starring Eric McCormack, MacKenzie Porter, Nesta Cooper, Jared Abrahamson, Reilly Dolman and Patrick Gilmore.

Our factual division is currently shooting Season II of A User’s Guide to Cheating Death presented by Professor Timothy Caulfield, as well as a feature documentary on international icon Leonard Cohen.

Slated for production this summer is the true crime comedy New Eden, and the North American adaptation of the Emmy Award winning Channel 4 format 50 Ways to Kill Your Mammy.

Before co-founding Peacock Alley, Carrie Mudd spent a decade at Tricon Films & Television (now Sonar) focused on development and international co-productions. She developed and produced four seasons of Sanctuary (Syfy), the award-winning comedy Cock’d Gunns (IFC), as well as hundreds of hours of unscripted content including Restaurant Makeover, Marriage Under Construction, Catfight, E! True Hollywood Stories, Ad Persuasion, Bitchin’ Kitchen, Renovate My Wardrobe, Love Trap, The Next Star, Screwed Over, Fandemonium and Matchmaker.

Carrie Mudd

President

Neil Court

Chairman

Michael Henry

Creative Director

Ryan Valentini

Head of Production

Peacock  Alley Entertainment
358 Dufferin St, Toronto, ON M6K 2B8
info@peacockalley.com

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