Teletoon announces five new original series

From a media release:


  • New shows include a live-action series and an online and television-integrated series

TELETOON Canada inc. today announced that five new Canadian original series have been greenlit for production. New projects include comedy series Crash Canyon and Detentionaire, live-action/animation hybrid series Mudpit, a social, web and TV-integrated series called GeoFreakZ, and My Babysitter’s A Vampire, a live-action series based on the MOW of the same name.

In addition to these titles, TELETOON is developing the following new series: Quasitoon Tim (Sardine Productions), Artificial Idol (DHX Media), Gofers (Neptoon Studios), Sherlock Legacy (Bejuba) and the older-skewing Senior Years (Fresh TV Inc.).

TELETOON’s fall 2010 schedule also boasts a large number of original productions including new seasons of popular series Total Drama World Tour and Johnny Test along with new shows Skatoony, My Babysitter’s a Vampire (MOW) and Dating Guy.

TELETOON is a major supporter of the Canadian animation industry and kids television industry and has invested more than $225 million in the creation, development and production of Canadian content since 1997. As part of its commitment to the industry, TELETOON is proud to sponsor the Kids and Animation Program at the 2010 Banff World Television Festival.

Additional information on TELETOON’s original production slate:


Breakthrough Films & Television • 18 x 30 min

When the Wendell family leaves for a vacation in their camper trailer, only one thing can happen: disaster. Motoring between tourist attractions, scenic vistas and the occasional point of interest, the trip turns to catastrophe when the family vehicle goes off a cliff. As the Wendells stumble out, they realize that not only are they alive, but also that they are not alone as the same fate has befallen several others before them, forming a community known only as Crash Canyon. This comedy series is produced by Breakthrough’s Ira Levy, Peter Williamson and Executive Producer Joan Lambur with Joel Cohen (Co-Executive Producer, The Simpsons).


Nelvana • 14 x 30 min

Lee Ping is about to start grade 10 – the best year of his life – when he is blamed for pulling off an epic, mind-blowing practical joke and sentenced to spend the rest of the school year in detention. It’s goodbye freedom, goodbye girls and hello worst year of his life. Detentionaire follows Lee in his attempts to uncover the mystery behind the practical joke and clear his name. Detentionaire is created by Daniel Bryan Franklin & Charles Johnston, produced by Tracey Dodokin and executive produced by Doug Murphy.


CCI Entertainment • 22 x 90 sec

GeoFreakZ is an integrated social, web and TV experience combining the treasure-hunting family sport of geocaching, the social network potential of the web and the storytelling power of television. In this multi-platform futuristic world, treasure hunting-teenage mutant alien FreakZ Pipes, Squizz, Freakachu, Mona and M-Flip are just trying to have fun, hang out and save the Virtual Universe from complete destruction. This innovative series bridging the gap between traditional television and interactive entertainment is executive produced by Arnie Zipursky and Charles Falzon and produced by Kristine Klohk and Chris Gudgeon.


Cookie Jar Entertainment • 13 x 30 min

This live-action and animated comedy series tells the story of four teens who form a virtual rock band in hopes of becoming real rock stars. Using a new high-tech videogame called Muzika, ubergamer Reese and alterna-girl Geneva create avatars to rock the online world for a chance to win a recording contract and world tour. Produced by Michael Hirsh, Toper Taylor, Bruce Kalish, Jamie Waese, and Jeff Biederman.


Fresh TV Inc. • 13 x 30 min

Based on the TELETOON movie of the same name, My Babysitter’s A Vampire is a live-action series featuring the adventures of sci-fi geek Ethan, his best pal Benny and their recent vampire recruit, Rory. With the help of Ethan’s smokin’ hot babysitter Sarah, the teens must defend their town against an avalanche of scary supernatural phenomena. Executive Producers are Tom McGillis, Jennifer Pertsch, Brian Irving and George Elliott; Associate Producer Robin McLeod and Producer Manny Danelon.

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2 thoughts on “Teletoon announces five new original series”

  1. salut teletoon
    moi naruto
    sese on nisese a moi
    pour moi naruto sese faire rere
    a moi tu a rte a moi
    jai grande naruto sese tu age 13 a 18
    poute voux a reté melissa

  2. Jeez, I don’t understand why naruto isn’t playing on teletoon anymore, now i’m force to watch the episode on internet, and seriously, the quality of the episodes on the net is lame. anyway, what wrong with naruto? you have many cartoons are way worse.

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