Tricon pacts with Fusion to rep unscripted titles

Distributor Tricon Films & Television has penned a deal to represent Canadian indie Fusion Television's 220-hour catalog of unscripted programming, including titles such as Candice Tells All (pictured) and Homewreckers.
June 18, 2014

Distributor Tricon Films & Television has penned a deal to represent Canadian indie Fusion Television’s 220-hour catalog of unscripted programming. 

Tricon, which has offices in Toronto and LA, will also represent all future titles made by Fusion – which has offices in Toronto and Vancouver – as part of the output arrangement.

Current titles covered under the deal include Candice Tells All (78 x 30-minute, pictured above), Divine Design (208 x 30-minute and 5 x 60-minute), Colour Confidential (91 x 30-minute and 1 x 60-minute), Fearless in the Kitchen (39 x 30-minute) and Homewreckers (13 x 30-minute).

In a joint statement, Fusion’s president Angela Jennings and CEO Mark Johnston said: “At a time when the industry is undergoing unprecedented reinvention, we are confident that Tricon is the exact right fit; a company that has a wide breadth of experience and understanding in the factual and lifestyle market both domestically and internationally.”

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