About Us



Muse Entertainment is a leading film and television production company known for its well-crafted and high-quality productions. Since its founding in 1998, Muse has produced, co-produced and provided production services on more than 190 TV movies and mini-series, television series, documentaries and feature films and has won over 100 awards and received over 300 award nominations, including 21 Emmy Award nominations and 5 Emmy Awards!

Muse Entertainment’s most recent television series is the crime thriller Bellevue, starring Anna Paquin, for WGN and CBC, as well as the miniseries, The Kennedys: After Camelot, the sequel to Muse’s 8-hr. historical drama The Kennedys, sold to networks around the world by Muse Distribution International, which earned 10 Emmy Award nominations, winning four, as well as the DGA award for best director. Another Muse event limited series was Tut for Spike TV, which received rave reviews and delivered the highest viewership in its timeslot for an original series in Spike’s network history. Muse’s 8-hour event series Pillars of the Earth also won an Emmy and many other awards.

Muse produced two seasons of the dramatic series The Art of More for Sony’s Crackle channel, two seasons of the sci-fi series Helix; four seasons of the supernatural dramatic series Being Human; two seasons of the dramedy series Signed, Sealed, Delivered; two seasons of the wartime dramatic series Bomb Girls and several TV movies for Disney (Bad Hair Day, Zapped) and Hallmark channels (Aurora Teagarden and Gourmet Detective mystery movies). In 2009 Muse coproduced the dramatic mini-series Ben Hur, as well as The Phantom based on the popular comic book. Its previous multiple award-winning miniseries include The Last Templar, Impact, Human Trafficking and Answered by Fire.

Muse’s factual slate includes two seasons of the documentary series Collision Course for Reelz Channel; the 2015 feature-length documentary Grass Fed about marijuana edibles for CBC’s documentary Channel; Sky Jumpers, produced in 2014 for History and March to the Pole, a sequel to March to the Top in which war-scarred soldiers undertake extraordinary physical feats to heal their souls and bodies. In 2013 it produced JFK: The Smoking Gun, a documentary for Discovery in Canada and Reelz in the US and sold around the world that solves President John F. Kennedy’s assassination.

Muse’s feature film productions include Rocksteady: The Roots of Reggae, The Deal (starring Meg Ryan and William H. Macy), Niagara Motel (starring Craig Ferguson and Anna Friel), and Savage Messiah (starring Polly Walker and Luc Picard).

For television, Muse also produced the series Played, Bounty Hunters, Crusoe, Durham County, This is Wonderland, Tales from the Neverending Story, Family Biz and the animated children’s series, The Mysteries of Alfred Hedgehog as well as the television movies Zapped, Cyberbully and Reviving Ophelia among others.

Muse Distribution International delivers television programs and feature films across all platforms to broadcasters, cable and pay networks, digital platforms, and to theatrical, video and DVD distributors around the world. 

Muse Distribution International represents Muse Entertainment and other independent Canadian producers at major markets, festivals and conferences and brings their productions to audiences around the globe.  Muse Distribution International provides a full range of services relating to the marketing, licensing and distribution of programming. 

Muse Distribution International’s catalogue contains more than 500 hours of top quality entertainment including award-winning primetime event mini-series, mystery movies, drama series, series for children and families and captivating movies, as well as timely and thought-provoking documentaries.

Muse Distribution International’s impressive catalogue includes such acclaimed titles as:

THE KENNEDYS: AFTER CAMELOT (4 X 1 hour miniseries)

TUT (6 x 1 hour miniseries)

THE KENNEDYS (8 x 1 hour mini-series)

BELLEVUE (8 x 1 hour series)

LOST LETTER MYSTERIES (17 x 2 hour movies)



The company’s head office and its Quebec production centre are in Montreal. Muse also maintains development and production operations in Los Angeles, Toronto and Vancouver.