MGM Worldwide Television

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MGM Worldwide Television
Type Subsidiary
Industry Global operations
Television syndication
Founded 1995
Headquarters United States
Owners MGM Holdings, Inc.
Parent Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, Inc.
Website MGM Television website

MGM Worldwide Television is the Global operating division of MGM Television formed in 1995, responsible for the production/distribution of MGM's vast television library around the world.

From 2005-2006, MGM's global television operations were co-distributed by Sony Pictures Television International (due to MGM's purchase by a consortium led by SPE's parent company Sony). However, MGM reestablished their distribution arm and shifted its home entertainment output to 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment on May 31, 2006.

MGM Worldwide TV also distributes some of their classic library on cable stations such as The Hollywood Squares. In 1999, the name became MGM International Television Distribution. For a number of years, MGMITD has been the global distributor for the series by NBC Studios (now Universal Media Studios, but only those copyrighted by NBC) and also for the Showtime series The L Word.

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