No Equal Entertainment was founded in 1998 by Larry Sugar and is now owned and operated by J.B. Sugar. Based in Canada, No Equal develops, produces, and distributes feature films, television movies, television series, and mini-series for the domestic and international marketplace.
To date, No Equal has produced over 300 episodes for US and International broadcast. Most recently, No Equal produced “The Guardians”, a feature-length investigative documentary for CBC’s documentary Channel and 33 episodes of “Bitten”, a one-hour drama for Bell Media’s Space channel, Syfy, and Netflix.
Past television productions include: “jPod”, based on the novel by Douglas Coupland (CBC), “The Collector” (Space and Chiller), “Dead Man’s Gun,” (Showtime and MGM), “First Wave” (Space and Syfy), “So Weird” (Disney Channel), “Romeo” (Nickelodeon), “Just Deal” (NBC), “Secret Central” (Hasbro), and “The Troop “ (Nickelodeon).
In addition to producing proprietary content, No Equal offers service production expertise to foreign studios, networks and broadcasters, enabling them to leverage Canada’s talented crew, renowned locations and attractive tax incentives. These same characteristics also position No Equal as an international co-production partner of choice.
Whether developing original Canadian content or embracing projects from around the world, No Equal has the experience, contacts, and resources to unlock a project’s potential.