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'Coroner Garners Large Reach on Its Premiere' core news picture

Coroner Garners Large Reach on Its Premiere

JAN 25, 2019 Playback reported today:

"Original drama Coroner (Muse Entertainment/Back Alley Films/Cineflix Studios) garnered the largest AMA and reach on its premiere. The procedural debuted on Jan. 7 at 9 p.m. to an average audience of 1,051,000, making it CBC’s most-watched drama premiere in four years. In total, the show’s first episode reached an audience of over 2 million Canadians."

CBC's CORONER is scored by Core composer Tom Third.

Read more:http://playbackonline.ca/2019/01/25/returning-series-post-strong-ratings-for-cbc-2/#ixzz5ddyYPFQT

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Coroner Announces CBC Premiere

CORONER,  starring @SerindaSwan will premiere on @CBC on January 7th! Stay tuned for more! @CoronerCBC. Scored by Core composer Tom Third!

'Dead in the Water Premieres on Syfy' core news picture

Dead in the Water Premieres on Syfy

#DandelionProds celebrates @SYFY #31daysofhalloween 10-year Anniversary with chilling 2-hour thriller #DEADINTHEWATER OCT 27 9/8C on SYFY. 

Scored by Core composers Steve London and Craig McConnell

MORE ABOUT DEAD IN THE WATER

'Love Jacked Gets a US Theatrical Release' core news picture

Love Jacked Gets a US Theatrical Release

LOVE JACKED, the romantic comedy by Alfons Adetuyi opens in select theatres across the US on Friday, October 26. Scored by Core composer Steve London and featuring songs by Frank Fitzpatrick the film stars Amber Stevens West (22 Jump Street), Shamier Anderson (Labyrinth), and Keith David (Greenleaf, Barbershop and Community).

ABOUT LOVE JACKED

'BIIDAABAN wins VIFF BC Spotlight Award' core news picture

BIIDAABAN wins VIFF BC Spotlight Award

Congrats to Director Amanda Strong for her win for BIIDAABAN - VIFF BC Spotlight Award winner for BEST BC SHORT Film! Directed by Amanda Strong and scored by CORE composer team MENALON, Joseph Murray and Lodewijk Vos. 

This gorgeous stop motion animation film is based on stories and poems by acclaimed Anishinaabe Indigenous writer/musician Leanne Betasamosake Simpson.