ICYMI: The Goods will go, BNN Bloomberg coming soon

Plus, Private Eyes will return May 27, and Noise Digital has won new business.

CBC cans The Goods

CBC has confirmed that its talk show The Goods will not return for a third season. Hosted by Andrea Bain, Shahir Massoud, Jessi Cruickshank and Steven Sabados (who each hosted different segments, such as home design, fashion and food), The Goods premiered in fall of 2016. The series’ final episode will air on May 10. According to Numeris, the current season has drawn an average of 66,000 viewers (2+), while season one drew 62,000 (2+).

Global sets Private Eyes return date

After a year-long break, Private Eyes is finally set to return to Global this May. The 18-episode second season of the detective drama was split into two parts, with the first nine episodes airing last May. Corus Entertainment announced today that the second nine episodes of season two will begin airing May 27 at 9 p.m, kicking off its summer schedule. The one-hour drama will pick up with detectives Matt Shade and Angie Everett (played by Jason Priestley and Cindy Sampson, respectively) settling into their new relationships, while also solving crimes, of course. The broadcaster also announced that production is now underway in Toronto on the show’s third season, set to arrive in 2019.

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Bell Media sets the date for BNN Bloomberg

The newly rebranded BNN Bloomberg will officially go live Monday, April 30. The business-focused network will be available as part of a free preview until June 28 through TV service providers across Canada, and a live stream of the channel will be available through BNN Bloomberg’s digital platforms. The Bell Media-owned network also announced a new afternoon program, Bloomberg Markets, co-produced by both BNN and Bloomberg and hosted by Toronto’s Amanda Lang and New York’s Shery Ahn. The new BNN Bloomberg Radio station will launch in Vancouver, and will feature a live audio stream of the television channel.

Noise Digital wins Luvo

Vancouver-based agency Noise Digital has won a new North American account. Meal service Luvo has selected Noise to handle its digital media, providing strategic and data-driven media solutions as Luvo looks to expand its business south of the border. Luvo recently launched its first U.S. campaign in partnership with Noise.