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|Subsidiary of Viacom International|
|Fate||Folded into Paramount Network Television|
|Successor||Paramount Television (2004-2006)
CBS Paramount Television (2006-2009)
CBS Television Studios (2009-present)
|Headquarters||Los Angeles, California, USA|
|Parent||Viacom Enterprises (1974-1995)
Paramount Network Television (1995-2004)
Viacom Productions was a television production arm of Viacom International. The division was active from 1974 until 2004, when the company was folded into Paramount Network Television 10 years following Viacom's acquisition of Paramount Pictures.
Shows produced by Viacom Productions
- Among select titles
- Amanda's (1983)
- Matlock (1986–1995, co-produced by The Fred Siverman Company and Dean Hargrove Productions, last five episodes co-produced by Paramount Network Television)
- Jake and the Fatman (1987–1992, co-produced by The Fred Siverman Company and Dean Hargrove Productions)
- Diagnosis: Murder (1993–2001, co-produced by Fred Silverman, and Dean Hargrove, last five episodes of season 2 and first four episodes of season 3 co-produced by Paramount Network Television)
- Sabrina, the Teenage Witch (1996–2003, co-produced by Archie Comics, Hartbreak Films, and for season 1 only, Finishing The Hat Productions)
- Ed (TV series) (2000–2004, co-produced by NBC Productions)
- Jake 2.0 (2003–2004)
- The 4400 (2003–2007, season 2 by Paramount Network Television, last 2 seasons by CBS Paramount Network Television)
The 4400 continued as a Paramount Network Television production for season 2. The show became a CBS Paramount Network Television production for its last two seasons after the Viacom/CBS Corporation split at the end of 2005.
All shows from Viacom Productions are now owned by CBS Studios Productions, LLC., a holding company, and distributed by CBS Television Distribution, CBS Television Studios's syndication arm (formerly CBS Paramount Domestic Television, and Paramount Domestic Television and Viacom Enterprises before that).