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Brace Yourself For Gold Fever With Yukon Gold

February 19, 2013

We're thrilled to announce that Yukon Gold will premiere Wednesday, March 13 at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT on HISTORY. A Paperny Entertainment production, this exciting 10-part series tracks four mining crews on a modern day gold rush as they scour the ruthless Yukon wilderness in the hopes of striking it rich. Working 18 hour days under the midnight sun, these competitive die-hards battle monster machine breakdowns, the harsh landscape and each other for a chance to cure their gold fever. Will they bank big bucks, or just big debt? 

Audiences Dig Yukon Gold

February 7, 2013

Whitehorse may be 4,000 kilometres away from Hollywood, but it was at the epicentre of the entertainment universe on Tuesday evening as Yukon Gold premiered at the Available Light Film Festival. 

Paperny Earns Six Canadian Screen Award Nominations

January 16, 2013

The Canadian Screen Award nominations were revealed this morning and we're delighted to announce that three of our shows were honoured. 

PENGUIN TO PUBLISH EAT ST. COMPANION COOKBOOK

November 5, 2012 / Eat St.

Eat St. is coming soon to a bookstore near you. Paperny Entertainment has teamed up with Penguin Canada to create Eat St., a companion cookbook based on our hugely popular television series of the same name. Written by the show's globetrotting host James Cunningham, Eat St. will be published by Penguin Canada in Spring, 2013 and simultaneously in the U.S. by Pintail Books to coincide with the series’ highly anticipated season four launch.

Paperny Digs Deep for its Newest Series

October 19, 2012

Reality TV is full of gold diggers, but for once they're actually going to be shown in a positive light thanks to Paperny Entertainment's newest series, Yukon Gold. Premiering in early 2013 on History Television, Yukon Gold follows four mining crews as they try to strike it rich during northern Canada's extremely short mining season. We recently sat down with series creator David Paperny to chat about the challenges of filming in the Yukon and the appeal of getting back to his roots as a documentary filmmaker. 

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