Cuppa Coffee Studios is expanding its Toronto studios, adding 30 stages and 30,000 square feet.
The expansion will adjoin the current facility, which includes 40 stages and totals 50,000 square feet at 53 Ontario St., said Adam Shaheen, studio president.
‘With two stop-motion series a year along with two Flash series and a crew of close to 300, the studio is almost at capacity,’ said Shaheen, who is in discussion to produce two stop-motion features over the next 36 months. “With the new addition of space we will now be able to expand all aspects of our production – offering up the scale now needed to service feature work.”
Cuppa Coffee is currently shooting its second seasons of both Glenn Martin DDS for Nick @ Nite and Ugly Americans for Comedy Central.