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Margaret Atwood Documentary Lands at Hulu

Hulu has picked up U.S. rights to the Canadian feature documentary 'Margaret Atwood: A Word After a Word After a Word Is Power' after streaming success with 'The Handmaid's Tale.'

‘The Shape of Water’ Wins for Production Design at Directors Guild of Canada Awards

In a repeat of his Oscar triumph, Paul Austerberry was hailed Saturday night for best production design in a feature film for his work on 'The Shape of Water' by the Directors Guild of Canada at its…

Maurice Boucher, Canadian TV Exec, Dies at 52

Maurice Boucher, a top exec at the Canada Media Fund, the country's main TV financier, has died following a heart attack in Toronto. He was 52.

‘The Handmaid’s Tale,’ ‘Alias Grace’ Among Directors Guild of Canada Awards Nominees

The Directors Guild of Canada on Wednesday revealed the nominees for its upcoming 17th annual DCG Awards. Hulu's 'Cardinal' leads the field with four nominations, followed closely behind with…

Emmys: Nominees to Watch in the Creative Arts Categories

A look at some notable Creative Arts Emmy nominees from series including 'SNL,' 'Atlanta' and 'GLOW.'

Margaret Atwood Talks ‘Handmaid’s Tale’ Emmy Excitement, ‘Alias Grace’ and Her Huge TV Year

Revered Canadian author Margaret Atwood discusses her feelings as 'Handmaid's Tale' moves away from her book, the greatness of Sarah Gadon and the Canadian side of 'Alias Grace.'

Netflix Nabs William Baldwin’s ‘Northern Rescue’ Drama

'Boss' actress Kathleen Robertson also stars in family drama 'Northern Rescue' set in northern Canada.

Canadian Screen Awards: ‘Alias Grace,’ ‘Maudie,’ ‘Anne With an E’ Dominate

The Ethan Hawke and Sally Hawkins starrer 'Maudie' swept the film categories at the national screen awards.

Canadian Screen Awards: Netflix’s ‘Anne With an E’ Leads Nominations

'Ava' and 'Never Steady, Never Still' nabbed the most nominations in film categories.

Netflix’s New Releases Coming in November 2017

Take a look at the movies and TV shows that will be available on the streaming service in November 2017.

Netflix Responds to “Conspiracy Theories” Over Canadian Investment

U.S. streamer says recent price hike has "nothing to do" with $400 million investment deal for series like 'Alias Grace' that spares taxes and local content obligations.

Quebec Moves to Tax Netflix, Amazon, Other U.S. Streaming Services

The Canadian province is questioning Netflix's avoiding a federal sales tax by agreeing to invest $400 million in local series like 'Alias Grace.'