New Line Television
The studio was founded in 1988 with the mission to produce Freddy's Nightmares, a television series based on the studio's popular Nightmare on Elm Street film series. Following the series' cancellation in 1990, New Line officially launched its television unit in 1991.
MGM Television began distributing New Line's films and television series from October 2006 to February 2008, when New Line Cinema shut down as an independent business but operated as a unit of Warner Bros. Pictures. New Line Television would follow suit for the company's television division as well.
Television production series
- Freddy's Nightmares1 (1988–1990)
- Dumb & Dumber (1995) (with Hanna-Barbera Productions)
- The Mask (1995–1997) (with Film Roman and Sunbow Productions)
- Mortal Kombat: Konquest (1998–2000) (with Threshold Entertainment/Lawrence Kasanoff; distributed by Warner Bros. Television Distribution)
- Breaking News (2002)
- The Twilight Zone (2002–2003)
- Masterminds (2003–2007)
- Amish in the City (2004)
- Kitchen Confidential (2005) (with 20th Century Fox Television)
- Blade: The Series (2006) (with Spike)
- The Real Wedding Crashers (2007)
- Friday: The Animated Series (2007) (with Cubevision and MTV2)
- Family Foreman (2008) (in association with TV Land Originals)
- High School Confidential (2008)
Television distribution series
- The Lost World (1999–2002)
1Freddy's Nightmares was distributed in syndication by Lorimar-Telepictures from 1988–1989. Eventual NLT corporate sibling Warner Bros. purchased Lorimar-Telepictures in 1989 and assumed distribution for the remainder of the series' run.