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Company Pictures is an independent British television production company which has produced drama programming for many broadcasters. Their productions have included:
- fact based war drama series Generation Kill (2008) for HBO, based on Evan Wright's book about his time as embedded reporter with the US Marines in Iraq.
- drama series Wild at Heart (2006–12) for ITV1, written by Ashley Pharoah.
- drama series Life Is Wild (2007 on The CW)
- the comedy drama Skins (2007–13) for E4
- the comedy drama Shameless (2004–13) for Channel 4, written by BAFTA winning writer Paul Abbott.
- the adaptation of Jonathan Coe's novel The Rotters' Club (2005) for BBC Two
- the television movie The Life and Death of Peter Sellers for BBC Films and HBO
- ITV serial Talk to Me, starring Max Beesley. Written by BAFTA winning writer Danny Brocklehurst.
- The Palace, a drama series about a fictional royal family, for ITV
- the television movie Einstein and Eddington, for the BBC and HBO
- the comedy drama The Invisibles for the BBC
- the drama The Silence for BBC One
- the comedy drama Beaver Falls (2011–12) for the E4
- the drama Truckers for BBC One
- the drama Wolf Hall for BBC Two
- the drama The Missing for BBC One and Starz
- the drama The White Queen for BBC One
- the drama White Teeth for Channel 4
- Inspector George Gently for BBC One
- The Village for BBC One
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