Amblin Television

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Amblin Television
Division
IndustryTelevision
Founded1985; 33 years ago (1985)
FoundersSteven Spielberg
Kathleen Kennedy
Frank Marshall
Headquarters,
United States
Key people
Justin Falvey
(Co-President)
Darryl Frank
(Co-President)
ProductsTelevision series
ParentAmblin Partners

Amblin Television is the television production division of Amblin Partners.

Television series[edit]

Title Years Network Notes
Amazing Stories 1985–1987 NBC co-production with Universal Television
Tiny Toon Adventures 1990–1995 Fox Kids co-production with Warner Bros. Animation
Harry and the Hendersons 1991–1993 Syndication distributed by MCA TV
Back to the Future: The Animated Series 1991–1992 CBS co-production with Universal Cartoon Studios
The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles 1992–1996 ABC co-production with Paramount Television and Lucasfilm
Fievel's American Tails 1992 CBS co-production with Universal Cartoon Studios and Nelvana
The Plucky Duck Show 1992 Fox Kids co-production with Warner Bros. Animation
Family Dog 1993 CBS co-production with Universal Television, Warner Bros Television, Tim Burton Productions and Nelvana
seaQuest DSV 1993–1996 NBC co-production with Universal Television
Animaniacs 1993–1998 Fox Kids/Kids' WB co-production with Warner Bros. Animation
ER 1994–2009 NBC co-production with Warner Bros. Television and Constant C Productions
Earth 2 1994–1995 NBC co-production with Universal Television
Fudge 1995–1996 ABC/CBS co-production with Universal Television; as MTE, 1996–1997 as Universal
Freakazoid! 1995–1997 Kids' WB co-production with Warner Bros. Animation
Pinky and the Brain 1995–1998 Kids' WB co-production with Warner Bros. Animation
The Spooktacular New Adventures of Casper 1996–1998 Fox Kids co-production with Universal Cartoon Studios and The Harvey Entertainment Company
Men in Black: The Series 1997–2001 Kids' WB co-production with Columbia TriStar Television and Adelaide Productions
Pinky, Elmyra & the Brain 1998–1999 Kids' WB co-production with Warner Bros. Animation
The Land Before Time 2007–2008 Cartoon Network co-production with Universal Animation Studios
On the Lot 2007 Fox co-production with DreamWorks Television and Mark Burnett Productions
Falling Skies 2011–2015 TNT distributed by Warner Bros. Television; previously produced by DreamWorks Television in seasons 1–3
The Borgias 2011–2013 Showtime produced by Showtime Networks, distributed by CBS (Season 2-3)
Terra Nova 2011 Fox co-production with 20th Century Fox Television
The River 2012 ABC co-production with DreamWorks Television, ABC Studios and Blumhouse Productions
The Americans 2013–2018 FX co-production with Nemo Films, Fox 21 Television Studios and FXP; Amblin replaced DreamWorks Television in season 2 following the latter's dissolution
Under the Dome 2013–2015 CBS co-production with CBS Television Studios and Baer Bones
Lucky 7 2013 ABC co-production with ABC Studios
Extant 2014–2015 CBS co-production with CBS Television Studios
Red Band Society 2014–2015 Fox co-production with ABC Studios
The Whispers 2015 ABC co-production with ABC Studios
Public Morals 2015 TNT distributed by Warner Bros. Television; co-production with TNT
Minority Report 2015 Fox co-production with Paramount Television and 20th Century Fox Television
American Gothic 2016 CBS co-production with CBS Television Studios Full Fathom Five and Hyla Regilla Productions
Bull 2016–present CBS co-production with CBS Television Studios
Five Came Back 2017 Netflix
Reverie 2018 NBC co-production with Universal Television
All About the Washingtons 2018 Netflix Co-production with ABC Signature Studios
The Haunting of Hill House 2018 Netflix co-production with Paramount Television
Roswell, New Mexico 2019 The CW co-production with Warner Bros. Television and CBS Television Studios
Animaniacs 2020 Hulu co-production with Warner Bros. Animation
Brave New World TBA Syfy co-production with Universal Cable Productions
Halo TBA Showtime co-production with 343 Industries[1]
Resident Alien TBA Syfy co-production with Universal Cable Productions and Dark Horse Entertainment[2]

Television specials[edit]

Airdate Title Network Notes
December 18, 1991 A Wish for Wings That Work CBS co-production with Universal Cartoon Studios

Television films[edit]

Airdate Title Network Notes
August 24, 1992 The Water Engine TNT co-production with Brandman Productions, Majestic Films International and Planet Productions
April 12, 1993 Class of '61 ABC co-production with Universal Television
May 21, 2016 All the Way HBO co-production with HBO Films, Moon Shot Entertainment and Tale Told Productions

References[edit]

  1. ^ "SHOWTIME, Amblin Television and 343 Industries Bring Halo to Television - Xbox Wire". news.xbox.com. Retrieved 28 June 2018.
  2. ^ Weiss, Josh (31 May 2018). "DARK HORSE'S RESIDENT ALIEN COMIC CRASH-LANDS A PILOT ORDER AT SYFY". SYFY.com. Retrieved 1 June 2018.

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