MONTREAL — Tecca Crosby has been appointed vice president of drama at Toronto-based Temple Street Prods. She starts immediately.
Temple Street is a Canuck production company whose credits include Showcase series “Billable Hours,” CBC series “How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria,” City-TV’s “Canada’s Next Top Model,” and “Queer as Folk,” which airs on Showcase in Canada and Showtime in the U.S.
From 2006 to 2007, Crosby was acting senior veepee of dramatic programming at Canuck web CTV, when the network developed two series, “Flashpoint” and “The Listener,” which landed slots on U.S. networks. She joined CTV in 1998 as director of dramatic programming and acted as development exec on “Degrassi: The Next Generation,” “Power Play,” “The Eleventh Hour” and “Lives of the Saints.”
She started her career at the Ontario Film Development Corp. and later co-created the award-winning series “Slings & Arrows” in tandem with Susan Coyne.
Crosby will be responsible for finding scripted projects for Temple Street and pitching these projects to broadcasters and distributors.