– Comedic procedural series starring Jerry O'Connell to return this year –
– Season 1 of CARTER currently streaming on Crave –
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TORONTO, Jan. 23, 2019 /CNW/ - CTV, in partnership with Sony Pictures Television and WGN America announced today the renewal of the comedic procedural series CARTER for a second season, starring Jerry O'Connell (Billions), Sydney Poitier Heartsong (Chicago P.D.) and Kristian Bruun (Orphan Black).
Andy Berman (Psych, Rosewood) joins CARTER as showrunner and executive producer for its sophomore season, which returns to North Bay, ON to commence production this spring. Series creator Garry Campbell (Kids in The Hall, MADtv) returns as an executive producer and writer on the series.
"Partnering with strong international players to produce content that works both at home and abroad is foundational to our original production strategy, and CARTER ticks all those boxes," said Mike Cosentino, President, Content and Programming, Bell Media. "We are thrilled to work with the team at Sony and WGN America, our partners at Amaze, and this brilliant cast to bring fans more Harley Carter."
"CARTER is the perfect counter-balance to the darker, more serialized fare we are commissioning and buying around the world," said Marie Jacobson, EVP, Programming and Production for Sony Pictures Television Networks. "Jerry O'Connell is a force of nature and we couldn't be more excited to produce an even bigger, funnier, elevated second season for our fans around the world."
CARTER revolves around Harley Carter (O'Connell), the star of a hit detective TV show, who decides he needs a break from Hollywood and returns to his northern hometown where he quickly discovers that his years of playing a fictional detective come in handy when he finds himself immersed in real-life mysteries. In Season 2, Carter plants roots as a celebrity PI and doubles down on his fame in a world where life continues to imitate TV. But Carter will discover that the toughest cases to solve are personal ones when he finds himself embroiled in a love triangle with his best friend and her new boss, where the stakes are winner takes all.
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For further information: Andrea Allen, Bell Media, 416.384.5375, or email@example.com; For WGN America, Tracey Raftery, Traftery@tribunemedia.com; For Sony Pictures Television, Lisa Broock, Lisa_Broock@spe.sony.com