Temple Street Productions is a Canadian television, film and digital video production company based in Toronto, Canada and founded in 1996.[1]


Past and present Temple Street projects include: Orphan Black; The Next Step; Lost & Found Music Studios; Being Erica; Wingin' It; Billable Hours; Queer as Folk; Darcy's Wild Life; Canada's Next Top Model; How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria?; Style Her Famous; Spoiled Rotten; Mr. Friday; Recipe to Riches; Cover Me Canada; Over the Rainbow; and Blueprint for Disaster.[1]

Temple Street Productions is run by co-presidents Ivan Schneeberg and David Fortier, who also act as executive producers for most of the company’s projects. The company's managing director is John Young.[1]

In late 2008, BBC Worldwide acquired a 25% minority stake in Temple Street.[1]

In 2013, the company opened a production office in Los Angeles, as well as launching Boat Rocker Studios, a project to expand the company's ventures into digital content production.[1]


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