With a focus on diversity and inclusivity, we strive to make the world a better place by creating content that is award-winning, entertaining & made with integrity.
Our Global Partners
World class projects. World class partners. Based in Vancouver, with offices in Toronto, Ottawa and Los Angeles, we build global brands with these leading over-the-top platforms and international broadcasters
Invested in Today and Tomorrow
Our trajectory for growth is rapid, highly profitable and risk mitigation-focused. With our mission, balance sheet, F2020 revenue of C$81.2 million and AEBITDA of C$15.4 million, we are in excellent shape—moving forward always.
What We Create
We develop and produce a diversified portfolio of animated, factual and scripted content through Atomic Cartoons and Great Pacific Media for broadcasters, OTT platforms and cable channels worldwide. Our award-winning productions speak to our deep commitment to crafting, producing and partnering on compelling, quality programming.
Highway Thru Hell
This Great Pacific Media documentary TV series launched in 2012. With five top-rated seasons and more than 120 episodes, it follows heavy vehicle rescue and recovery towing company Jamie Davis Heavy Rescue as the crew bust themselves to save lives.
Heavy Rescue is the last line of defense on some of the most treacherous highways in North America, including the dreaded Coquihalla. At any hour, in any conditions, they are ready when police and highway crews call. Highway Thru Hell documents their intense and heroic work.
Last Kids On Earth
Atomic Cartoons is producing author Max Brallier’s New York Times bestselling book series The Last Kids On Earth. The first season premiered on Netflix in 2019 and season two premiered in April 2020.
Our hilarious and gripping animated series based on Random House Canada’s book series both continue to be wildly popular. As a result, Jakks Pacific is set to launch an extensive toyline and Outright Games and Stage Clear Studios are developing an exciting, action-packed video game.
Produced by Great Pacific Media in partnership with Soul Pepper Theatre Company, this multi-award-winning series features the lives of Korean-Canadian family who run a convenience store in Toronto. The series is based on Kim’s Convenience by Inis Choi
The first season holds a 100% rating from Rotten Tomatoes and it has met critical international acclaim. Funny, heartfelt and authentic, Kim’s Convenience premiered on CBC then was picked up by Netflix. In March 2020 the show was renewed for two more seasons.
Heavy Rescue: 401
Launched in 2017 on Discovery Canada, Heavy Rescue 401 follows several tow operators, maintenance and rescue crews along North America’s most intense stretch of highway, the 401.
From Greater Toronto through to southern Ontario, these crews fight to keep the country’s most vital trade route to the USA from breaking down through brutal storms, disastrous multi-truck pileups, horrific spills and more. It’s intense, gruelling and gripping to watch. With up 400,000 driving the 401 each day, you never know what might happen.
Molly of Denali
Since its 2019 premiere, award-winning Molly of Denali has been recognized as the first nationally distributed children’s series in the United States to feature an Indigenous lead character.
Molly of Denali follows curious, resourceful Molly Mabray as she and her friends explore their epic surroundings and rich Native culture. Molly helps her parents run the Denali Trading Post in interior Alaska. The show has two 11-minute animated segments with a live-action segment in between. Educational, funny and fascinating, Molly from Denali also has online games, videos, activities and a podcast.
Virtual Investment Conference Schedule for March 2021
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Changes to Board of Directors
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Second Quarter Fiscal Year 2021 Results
Q2 2021 Revenue $28 million, an increase of 98% year-over-year Adjusted EBITDA $5.2 million, an increase of 160% year-over-year 21 programs in p...