The Hilarious House of Frightenstein
Part sketch show, part family sitcom, each episode focuses on Count Frightenstein and the other (not very scary) monsters who live and laugh together in the iconic haunted castle, which is now open to the public as a tourist attraction every weeknight, from midnight ‘til morning. (With an extra witching hour on weekends and Halloween). Live Action. Reboot. In Development with CBC Kids.
EMPY THE WONDROUS WHALE
Empy believes that everyone is nice, loving and an amazing person inside but understands that it can be difficult to communicate that with the world around us. She has a knack for listening and understanding people’s emotions and is always willing to lend a helping fin. Helping children understand their emotions so they can turn the most negative feelings into a strength that they can build character on is her calling. Come join Empy and friends in the Ocean of Emotion. Preschool. Animated. In Development.
When 14-year-old Alexandra signs up as a Junior Councilor at Camp Wawasum, she has no idea that’s she’s about to be trapped, literally, in an endless summer. She, and her fellow campers and councilors will need to
work together to understand a series of strange unnatural occurrences, uncover a bizarre staff conspiracy, and unravel a mystery more than a hundred years in the making. And that’s all in the first week. If they hope to survive the summer they will need to enter the creepy dilapidated structure that is hidden just inside the treeline, giving off a sickly green glow. This is CABIN 51… and it is the key to everything. Live action Teen 8 x 1 hour event series (multiple seasons) In Development with Corus Entertainment.
13-year-old EMILY REESE is an aggressively optimistic overachieving eighth grader who is determined to make her mark at Blakely Secondary School by transforming the long-floundering school band into a WORLD-CLASS COMPETITIVE MARCHING BAND. At first glance it appears to be an impossible task, because while some of the students in the band program have raw musical talent and untapped potential, they have never actually attempted to play while marching before. Whole different skill set!
But Emily isn’t about to let her peers’ inexperience deter her, because she knows that Blakely Secondary has marching band greatness woven into the fabric of its DNA.