List of 20th Television programs

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This is a list of programs produced, distributed or owned by 20th Television, 20th Television Animation, and Regency Television. The entire library of 20th Television programs is exclusively distributed by Disney Platform Distribution through the Disney–ABC Domestic Television division.

Television series[edit]

20th Television[edit]

Formerly known as 20th Century Fox Television.

Title Genre No. of
seasons
Years Network Notes
Crusade in Europe Documentary 1 1949 ABC
The 20th Century Fox Hour Anthology 2 1955–1957 CBS
My Friend Flicka Adventure 3 1956–1958 based on the 1943 film of the same name
Broken Arrow Western 2 ABC based on the 1950 film of the same name
Man Without a Gun 1957–1959 Syndicated, NTA Film Network
How to Marry a Millionaire Sitcom based on the 1953 Marilyn Monroe film of the same name; co-production with National Telefilm Associates[N 1]
Five Fingers Spy 1 1959–1960 NBC co-production with Martin Manulis Productions[citation needed]
Adventures in Paradise Adventure 3 1959–1962 ABC co-production with Martin Manulis Productions and Marjay Productions Inc.
The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis Sitcom 4 1959–1963 CBS based on the 1953 film "The Affairs of Dobie Gillis" by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer; co-production with Martin Manulis Productions (seasons 1-2) and Marman Productions (seasons 3-4)
Hong Kong Adventure 1 1960–1961 ABC
Follow the Sun 1961–1962
Bus Stop Drama based on the 1956 Marilyn Monroe film of the same name; co-produced by The Belmont Television Company, Inc.
Margie Sitcom based on the 1946 film of the same name
Valentine's Day 1964–1965 co-production with Savannah Productions, Inc. and Yorktan Productions, Inc.
12 O'Clock High Military drama 3 1964–1967 based on the 1949 film of the same name; co-produced by Quinn Martin Productions
Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea Science fiction 4 1964–1968 based on the 1961 film of the same name, co-produced by Irwin Allen Productions and Cambridge Productions, Inc.
Peyton Place Drama 5 1964–1969 based on the 1957 film of the same name
Daniel Boone Western 6 1964–1970 NBC produced by Arcola Pictures Corp. and Fespar Enterprises, Inc.
in association with NBC-TV
The Legend of Jesse James 1 1965–1966 ABC
The Long, Hot Summer Family drama based on the 1958 film of the same name
The Loner Western CBS co-produced by Greenway Productions and Interlaken Productions
Lost in Space Science fiction 3 1965–1968 co-produced by Irwin Allen Productions
in association with
Jodi Productions, Inc.
Van Bernard Productions, Inc.
and
The CBS Television Network
Blue Light Military drama 1 1966 ABC co-production with Rogo Productions
The Tammy Grimes Show Sitcom co-produced by Greenway Productions and Tamworth Productions
The Time Tunnel Science fiction 1966–1967 co-produced by Irwin Allen Productions and Kent Productions, Inc.
The Green Hornet Superhero co-produced by Greenway Productions
The Monroes Western co-production with Qualis Productions
The Man Who Never Was Adventure co-production with Palomino Productions
Batman Superhero 3 1966–1968 co-produced by Greenway Productions
Felony Squad Police drama 2 1966–1969
Custer Western 1 1967
Journey to the Center of the Earth Animated co-produced by Filmation; based on the 1959 movie of the same name
Judd, for the Defense Legal drama 2 1967–1969
Fantastic Voyage Animated 1 1968–1969

co-produced by Filmation; based on the 1966 movie of the same name by 20th Century Fox

Journey to the Unknown Anthology co-produced by Hammer Film Productions
Land of the Giants Science fiction 2 1968–1970 co-produced by Irwin Allen Productions and Kent Productions, Inc.
Lancer Western CBS
The Ghost & Mrs. Muir Sitcom NBC (Season 1)
ABC (Season 2)
based on the 1947 film of the same name
Julia 3 1968–1971 NBC co-produced by Savannah Productions and Hanncar Productions
The Hardy Boys Animated 1 1969 ABC distribution only
Bracken's World Drama 2 1969–1970 NBC
Room 222 School drama 5 1969–1974 ABC co-production with Gene Reynolds Productions
The Best of Everything Serial drama 1 1970 based on the 1959 film of the same name
Doctor Dolittle Animated 1970–1971 NBC based on the 1967 movie of the same name by APJAC Productions and 20th Century Fox
Nanny and the Professor Sitcom 3 ABC
Here Come the Double Deckers 2 1970–1972 ABC, BBC1 co-production with Harry Booth-Roy Simpson-Century Film Productions[citation needed]
Arnie CBS
Cade's County Police drama 1 1971–1972
Circus Variety 3 1971–1973 Syndicated
Anna and the King Sitcom 1 1972 CBS based on the 1946 film of the same name and the 1956 musical version The King and I
Return to Peyton Place Drama 2 1972–1974 NBC based on the 1961 film of the same name
M*A*S*H Sitcom 11 1972–1983 CBS from the 1970 film of the same name
Moonbase 3 Science fiction 1 1973 BBC co-production with ABC and the BBC
Orson Welles Great Mysteries Anthology 1973–1974 ITV distribution only; produced by Anglia Television
The Starlost Science fiction CTV co-produced by CTV Television Network & Glen Warren Productions
The New Perry Mason Legal drama CBS co-produced by Paisano Productions
Roll Out Sitcom loosely based on the 1952 film Red Ball Express by Universal Pictures
ABC's Wide World of Entertainment Various 4 1973–1976 ABC select programming
Planet of the Apes Science fiction 1 1974 CBS based on the 1968 film of the same name
Run, Joe, Run Adventure 1974–1975 NBC co-produced by William P. D'Angelo Productions[1]
Masquerade Party Game show Syndicated[2][3] revival of 1952–1960 game show
distribution only; produced by Stefan Hatos-Monty Hall Productions
Dinah! Talk show 6 1974–1980[4]
Karen Sitcom 1 1975 ABC
Oil Strike North Drama BBC1
Return to the Planet of the Apes Animated NBC based on the 1968 film and its sequels by APJAC Productions and 20th Century Fox; co-production with DePatie-Freleng Enterprises
The Swiss Family Robinson Adventure 1975–1976 ABC co-production with Irwin Allen Productions
Loves Me, Loves Me Not Sitcom 1977 CBS co-production with Witt/Thomas/Harris Productions
Young Dan'l Boone Western co-produced by Frankel Productions
That's Hollywood Docudrama 1977–1978[citation needed] Syndicated co-production with Castle Combe Productions[5]
James at 15 Drama NBC
ABC Weekend Special Anthology 20 1977–1997 ABC "Tales of the Nunundaga"
Husbands, Wives & Lovers Sitcom 1 1978 CBS
W.E.B. Drama NBC
The Paper Chase 5 1978–1979
1983–1986
CBS (Season 1)
Showtime (Seasons 2–5)
based on the 1973 film of the same name
Billy Sitcom 1 1979 CBS co-produced by John Rich Productions
Trapper John, M.D. Medical drama 7 1979–1986 CBS co-produced with Frank Glicksman Productions and Don Brinkley Productions

based on the 1970 movie M*A*S*H

Dance Fever Music 8 1979–1987 Syndicated co-production with Anthony Productions (1979–1986)
Merv Griffin Productions (1979–84)
Merv Griffin Enterprises (1984–1987)
and
January Enterprises (1986–1987)
Hagen Crime drama 1 1980 CBS co-producdc with Frank Glicksman Productions and Chad Everett Productions
The Monte Carlo Show Variety Syndicated, ITV co-produced by Marty Paseta Overseas[6]
Ladies' Man Sitcom 1980–1981 CBS co-produced by Herbert B. Leonard Productions
Breaking Away Drama ABC based on the 1979 film of the same name
Jessica Novak 1981 CBS co-production with Brownstone Productions
All-American Ultra Quiz Game show NBC
The Fall Guy Adventure 5 1981–1986 ABC co-production with Glen A. Larson Productions
9 to 5 Sitcom 1982–1983
1986–1988
ABC (Seasons 1–3)
Syndicated (Seasons 4–5)
based on the 1980 film of the same name by IPC Films and 20th Century Fox
also co-produced by IPC Films[7]
Trauma Center Medical drama 1 1983 ABC co-production with Glen A. Larson Productions and Jeremac Productions
It's Not Easy Sitcom co-produced by Patricia Nardo Productions & Konigsberg Company
Manimal Fantasy NBC co-produced by Glen A. Larson Productions
AfterMASH Sitcom 2 1983–1984 CBS
Emerald Point N.A.S. Military drama 1 co-produced by Richard & Esther Shapiro Productions
Masquerade Adventure ABC co-produced by Renée Valente Productions and Glen A. Larson Productions
Automan Science fiction co-produced by The Kushner-Locke Company and Glen A. Larson Productions
Hammer House of Mystery and Suspense Anthology 1984 ITV co-produced by Hammer Film Productions
Cover Up Adventure 1984–1985 CBS co-produced by Glen A. Larson Productions
Half Nelson Dramedy 1985 NBC co-production with Glen A. Larson Productions
Tender is the Night Drama Showtime miniseries; based on the 1962 film of the same name
co-produced by Showtime Entertainment, 7 Network & BBC[8]
Charlie & Co. Sitcom 1985–1986 CBS co-production with Bob Henry Productions and Allan Katz Productions
Small Wonder 4 1985–1989 Syndicated continued production during seasons 2-4 after acquiring Metromedia, which produced the first season[9]
Mr. Belvedere 6 1985–1990 ABC based on the 1948 film Sitting Pretty and its two sequels
co-produced by Lazy B/F.O.B. Productions
Spearfield's Daughter[10] Drama 1 1986 Seven Network miniseries
Fathers and Sons Sitcom NBC
Dream Girl, U.S.A. Game show 1986–1987 Syndicated[11] co-produced by Dream Girl Enterprises[12]
The Wizard Adventure CBS co-produced by BSR Productions
Heart of the City Police drama ABC co-produced by American Flyer Productions
The Late Show Talk show 2 1986–1988 Fox produced under Fox Square Productions
L.A. Law Legal drama 8 1986–1994 NBC co-production with Steven Bochco Productions
A Current Affair[13] Newsmagazine 11 1986–1996
2005
Syndicated
The New Adventures of Beans Baxter Adventure 2 1987 Fox produced by Savage Productions and Fox Square Productions
Leg Work Detective drama 1 CBS co-produced by Treasure Island Productions
Second Chance Sitcom 1987–1988 Fox co-produced by Lightkeeper Productions
Pursuit of Happiness ABC co-produced by Hanley Productions
Hooperman Dramedy 2 1987–1989 co-production with Adam Productions
The Tracey Ullman Show Sketch 4 1987–1990 Fox co-production with Gracie Films
animation and opening sequences co-produced by Klasky Csupo
21 Jump Street Police drama 5 1987–1991 Fox (seasons 1-4)
Syndicated (season 5)
co-produced by Patrick Hasburgh Productions & Stephen J. Cannell Productions
The Reporters Newsmagazine 2 1988–1990 Fox
America's Most Wanted Reality 26 1988–present Fox (Seasons 1–24, 26)
Lifetime (Season 25)
co-produced by Walsh Productions, Michael Lander Productions & Fox Television Stations
Have Faith Sitcom 1 1989 ABC co-produced by Pronoun Trouble Inc. & Adam Productions
Sister Kate 1989–1990 NBC co-produced by Lazy B/F.O.B. Productions & Mea Culpa Productions
Alien Nation Science fiction Fox based on the 1988 film of the same name by American Entertainment Partners & 20th Century Fox
co-produced by Kenneth Johnson Productions
Anything but Love Sitcom 4 1989–1992 ABC co-production with Lookout, Inc. (season 1) and Adam Productions
Doogie Howser, M.D. 1989–1993 co-production with Steven Bochco Productions
The Simpsons Animated 32 1989–present Fox co-production with Gracie Films, 20th Animation (Season 28–), Film Roman (Seasons 4–27) and Klasky Csupo (Seasons 1–3)
Working Girl Sitcom 1 1990 NBC based on the 1988 film of the same name
co-production with Patchett Kaufman Entertainment
Working It Out co-produced by DanJali Productions
Cop Rock Police drama ABC co-production with Steven Bochco Productions
Babes Sitcom 1990–1991 Fox co-produced by Sandollar Productions
Good Grief co-production with Triggerfish Productions and Morra, Brezner & Steinberg Entertainment, Inc.
True Colors 2 1990–1992 co-produced by Hanley Productions
Drexell's Class 1 1991–1992 co-production with Grantwood Productions
The Sunday Comics Standup co-produced by Dakota North Entertainment
Civil Wars Legal drama 2 1991–1993 ABC co-produced by Steven Bochco Productions
Studs Game show 3 Syndicated co-production with Fox Television Studios[14] and FA Productions
Silk Stalkings Police drama 8 1991–1999 CBS (Seasons 1–2)
USA Network (Seasons 3–8)
co-production with Stu Segall Productions, Stephen J. Cannell Productions (1991–1995); Cannell Entertainment (1995–1999) and New World Entertainment (1995–1997); Columbia Pictures Television (1995)[15]
Produced from 1997 to 1999[16] after Fox acquired New World
Stand By Your Man Sitcom 1 1992 Fox co-produced by Home Made Productions & WitzEnd Productions
Capitol Critters Animated 2 1992, 1995[17] ABC, Cartoon Network co-production with Hanna-Barbera, Steven Bochco Productions and Wang Film Productions
Picket Fences Dramedy 4 1992–1996 CBS co-production with David E. Kelley Productions
The X-Files Science fiction 11 1993–2002
2016–2018
Fox co-production with Ten Thirteen Productions
NYPD Blue Police drama 12 1993–2005 ABC co-production with Steven Bochco Productions
South Central Sitcom 1 1994 Fox co-produced by Slick/Mac Productions
The 5 Mrs. Buchanans 1994–1995 CBS co-production with Wooten & Cherry Productions
Chicago Hope Medical Drama 6 1994–2000 co-production with David E. Kelley Productions
The Preston Episodes Sitcom 1 1995 Fox co-produced by Dahoka Productions & Jobsite Productions
Cleghorne! The WB co-produced by Pepoon/Silverman/Sustarsic Productions
The Crew 1995–1996 Fox co-production with Wooten & Cherry Productions
Space: Above and Beyond Science fiction co-production with Hard Eight Pictures, Inc.
Murder One Legal drama 2 1995–1997 ABC co-production with Steven Bochco Productions
Celebrity Profile Newsmagazine 6 1995–2001 E! co-production with Van Ness Films, Prometheus Entertainment and Foxstar Productions
Relativity Dramedy 1 1996–1997 ABC co-production with The Bedford Falls Company
The Pretender Science fiction 4 1996–2000 NBC continued from MTM Enterprises;[18] co-production with Mitchell/Van Sickle Productions and NBC Studios[19]
Distributed outside of the U.S. by NBCUniversal Television Distribution
Pauly Sitcom 1 1997 Fox co-production with 3 Arts Entertainment, Landing Patch Productions and Zimmerman/Berg
Temporarily Yours CBS co-production with Garden State Productions
Total Security Crime drama ABC co-production with Steven Bochco Productions
The Visitor Science fiction 1997–1998 Fox co-production with Centropolis Television
413 Hope St. Drama co-production with Nu Systems Productions, Inc.
Nothing Sacred ABC co-production with Sarabande Productions
Dharma & Greg Sitcom 5 1997–2002 ABC co-production with Chuck Lorre Productions, More-Medavoy Productions and 4 to 6 Foot Productions
Ally McBeal Dramedy Fox co-production with David E. Kelley Productions
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Supernatural 7 1997–2003 The WB (Seasons 1–5)
UPN (Seasons 6–7)
co-production with Mutant Enemy Productions, Kuzui Enterprises, and Sandollar Television; based on the 1992 film of the same name
The Practice Legal drama 8 1997–2004 ABC co-production with David E. Kelley Productions
King of the Hill Animated 13 1997–2010 Fox, Syndicated co-production with Deedle-Dee Productions, Judgemental Films, Film Roman and 3 Arts Entertainment
That's Life Sitcom 1 1998 ABC co-production with Eric Gilliland Productions
Holding the Baby Fox co-production with Howard J. Morris Productions and Granada Entertainment
Living in Captivity co-production with Shukovsky English Entertainment and Dog Soup, Inc.
Getting Personal 2 co-production with More-Medavoy Productions, Jeff & Jeff Productions (season 1), Jeff Strauss Productions (season 2) and Handprint Entertainment (season 1)
Martial Law Police drama 1998–2000 CBS co-production with Carlton Cuse Productions, Ruddy Morgan Productions, and CBS Productions[20]
Distributed outside of the U.S. by CBS Studios International
Two Guys and a Girl Sitcom 4 1998–2001 ABC co-production with In Front Productions; originally titled Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place
Strange World Crime drama 1 1999 ABC co-production with Teakwood Lane Productions; moved to Sci-Fi in 2002
Snoops Detective drama co-production with David E. Kelley Productions
Harsh Realm Science fiction 1999-2000 Fox, FX with Ten Thirteen Productions; moved to FX in 2000
Get Real Dramedy Fox co-production with Clyde Phillips Productions
Stark Raving Mad Sitcom NBC co-production with Steven Levitan Productions
Roswell Science fiction 3 1999–2002 The WB (Seasons 1–2)
UPN (Season 3)
co-production with Jason Katims Productions and Regency Television
Futurama Animated 7 1999–2003, 2008–2013 Fox (Seasons 1–5)
Comedy Central (Seasons 6-7)
with The Curiosity Company and Rough Draft Studios
Angel Supernatural 5 1999–2004 The WB with Mutant Enemy Productions, Greenwolf Corp. (season 1), David Greenwalt Productions (seasons 2-3), Kuzui Enterprises, and Sandollar Television
Judging Amy Legal drama 6 1999–2005 CBS co-production with Barbara Hall-Joseph Stern Productions and CBS Productions
Distributed in the U.S. by CBS Television Distribution[21] and outside of the U.S. by CBS Studios International[22]
Family Guy Animated 19 1999–present Fox co-production with 20th Animation and Fuzzy Door Productions
Then Came You Sitcom 1 2000 ABC co-production with Jeff Strauss Productions
FreakyLinks Science fiction 2000–2001 Fox co-production with Haxan Films and Regency Television
American High Documentary Fox, PBS co-production with Actual Reality Pictures
co-production moved to Twin Cities Public Television upon its airing on PBS after Fox canceled the series after 4 episodes
Titus Sitcom 3 2000–2002 Fox co-production with Kenny & Hargrove and Deranged Entertainment
Dark Angel Science fiction 2 co-production with Cameron/Eglee Productions
Boston Public School drama 4 2000–2004 Fox co-production with David E. Kelley Productions
Soul Food Drama 5 Showtime based on the 1997 film of the same name
co-produced by Paramount Network Television (Seasons 4-5),[23] Fox Television Studios (seasons 1-2), Water Walk Productions (seasons 3-5), Showtime Networks, Edmonds Entertainment and State Street Pictures
Distributed in the U.S. by CBS Television Distribution
Yes, Dear Sitcom 6 2000–2006 CBS co-production with Amigos de Garcia Productions, Cherry Tree Entertainment, and CBS Productions
Kate Brasher Drama 1 2001 co-production with Jersey Television and CBS Productions
The Lone Gunmen Science fiction 2001 Fox co-production with Ten Thirteen Productions
Inside Schwartz Sitcom 2001 NBC co-production with Stephen Engel Productions and NBC Studios
The Bernie Mac Show 5 2001–2006 Fox co-production with Wilmore Films and Regency Television
UC: Undercover Police drama 1 2001–2002 NBC with Jersey Television, Chasing Time Pictures, Regency Television, and NBC Studios
Bob Patterson Sitcom 2001 ABC with Angel Ark Productions and Touchstone Television
Reba 6 2001–2007 The WB (Seasons 1–5)
The CW (Season 6)
co-production with Bee Caves Road (2001–2002, season 1) and Acme Productions
24 Espionage 8 2001–2010 Fox with Imagine Television, Real Time Productions, and Teakwood Lane Productions
The Education of Max Bickford School drama 1 2001–2002 CBS with Sugar Mama Productions, Joe Cacaci Productions, Regency Television, and CBS Productions
The American Embassy Spy 2002 Fox with Jersey Television
Andy Richter Controls the Universe Sitcom 2 2002–2003 with Garfield Grove Productions and Paramount Network Television
Distributed in the U.S. by CBS Television Distribution
Greg the Bunny 2 2002–2005 Fox (Season 1)
IFC (Season 2)
with Steven Levitan Productions
Fastlane Police drama 1 2002–2003 Fox with McNamara Paper Products, Wonderland Sound and Vision, and Warner Bros. Television
Distributed in the U.S. by Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution
Firefly Science fiction 2002 with Mutant Enemy Productions
Still Standing Sitcom 4 2002–2006 CBS with Tea Gal and Java Boy Productions and CBS Productions
Girls Club Dramedy 1 2002 Fox with David E. Kelley Productions
A.U.S.A. Sitcom 1 2003 NBC with Persons Unknown Productions and NBC Studios
Oliver Beene 2 2003–2004 Fox with Steven Levitan Productions, (ge.wirtz) Films, and DreamWorks Television
The Pitts 1 2003 Fox with Nothing Can Go Wrong Now Productions
Charlie Lawrence 2003 CBS with Jeffrey Richman Productions and CBS Productions
Luis 2003 Fox with Olive Bridge Entertainment
The Brotherhood of Poland, New Hampshire Drama 2003 CBS co-production with David E. Kelley Productions
Miss Match 2003 NBC with Imagine Television and Darren Star Productions
The Lyon's Den Legal drama 2003 NBC with Brad Grey Television and Baby Owl Works
Married to the Kellys Sitcom 2003–2004 ABC with Brad Grey Television and Game Six Productions
Tru Calling Supernatural 2 2003–2005 Fox with Oh That Gus! Inc. and Original Film
Arrested Development Sitcom 5 2003–2006
2013–2019
Fox (Seasons 1–3)
Netflix (Seasons 4–5)
with Imagine Television and The Hurwitz Company
Cracking Up 1 2004 Fox with Brad Grey Television
Wonderfalls Dramedy 2004 Fox co-production with Living Dead Guy Productions, Walking Bud Productions, and Regency Television
The Big House Sitcom 2004 ABC with Imagine Television
The Jury Legal drama 2004 Fox with The Levinson/Fontana Company, MarlJim Productions, and HBO Independent Productions
North Shore Drama 2004 Fox with Brancoto/Salke Productions and Confidential Pictures Inc.
Method & Red Sitcom 2004 Fox with If I Can Productions, Method Man Enterprises, Background Action, Inc., and Regency Television
Quintuplets 2004–2005 Fox with Imagine Television and Mark Reisman Productions
Listen Up! 2004–2005 CBS with Regency Television and CBS Productions
Distributed in the U.S. by CBS Television Distribution
Boston Legal Legal drama 5 2004–2008 ABC with David E. Kelley Productions
Point Pleasant Science fiction 1 2005 Fox with Original Film
American Dad! Animated 17 2005–present Fox (Seasons 1-11)
TBS (Seasons 12–)
co-production with 20th Animation, Underdog Productions and Fuzzy Door Productions
Jake in Progress Sitcom 2 2005–2006 ABC with Brad Grey Television
Stacked Fox with Steven Levitan Productions
The Inside Police drama 1 2005 Fox with Imagine Television and Reamworks
Over There Military drama 1 2005 FX with Steven Bochco Productions
The Law Firm Reality 1 2005 NBC moved to Bravo starting with episode 3; with Renegade 38 Inc. and Davd E. Kelley Productions
Prison Break Action 5 2005–2009, 2017 Fox with Rat Entertainment, Original Film, and Adelstein/Parouse Productions
Bones Crime drama 12 2005–2017 Fox with Josephson Entertainment and Far Field Productions
Head Cases Dramedy 1 2005 Fox with Josephson Entertainment
How I Met Your Mother Sitcom 9 2005–2014 CBS with Bays & Thomas Productions
Kitchen Confidential 1 2005 Fox with Hemingson Entertainment, Darren Star Productions, and New Line Television
My Name Is Earl 4 2005–2009 NBC with Amigos de Garcia Productions
The Unit Military drama 4 2006–2009 CBS with David Mamet Chicago, Bay Kinescope Boston, and MiddKid Productions
Pepper Dennis Drama 1 2006 The WB with Two Presbyterians and 21 Laps Entertainment
Vanished Drama 1 2006 Fox with Osprey Productions
The Loop Sitcom 2 2006–2007 Fox with Olive Bridge Entertainment and Wounded Poodle Productions
Fashion House Drama 1 2006 MyNetworkTV with Stu Segall Productions
Standoff Police drama 1 2006–2007 Fox with Sesfonstein Productions
Shark Legal drama 2 2006–2008 CBS with Imagine Television and Deforestation Services
The 1/2 Hour News Hour Newsmagazine 1 2007 Fox News
The Wedding Bells Dramedy 1 2007 Fox with David E. Kelley Productions
The Winner Sitcom 1 2007 Fox with Candy Bar Productions and Fuzzy Door Productions
Drive Action 1 2007 Fox with Reamworks
K-Ville Police drama 1 2007 Fox with Lockjaw Productions
Back to You Sitcom 1 2007–2008 Fox with Picture Day Productions
Journeyman Science fiction 1 2007 NBC with Left Coast Productions
Women's Murder Club Crime drama 1 2007–2008 ABC with Lucky Enough Productions, Paco & Blackjack, Inc., Writer's Workbench Films, Papa Joe Television and Rat Entertainment
Unhitched Sitcom 1 2008 Fox with Waston Pond Productions and Conundrum Entertainment
Miss Guided Sitcom 1 2008 ABC with Katalyst Media
Do Not Disturb Sitcom 1 2008 Fox with Broken Good Productions, Principato-Young Entertainment, and Reveille Productions
The Ex List Dramedy 1 2008 CBS with Keshet Media Group and Banana Goose Productions
Life on Mars Science fiction 1 2008–2009 ABC with Space Floor Television, Kudos Film and Television, and ABC Studios
Lie to Me Crime drama 2 2009–2011 Fox with Imagine Television, Pagoda Pictures, Samuel Baum Productions, and MiddKid Productions
Dollhouse Science fiction 1 2009–2010 Fox with Mutant Enemy Productions
Better Off Ted Sitcom 1 2009–2010 ABC with Garfield Grove Productions
Sit Down, Shut Up Animated 1 2009 Fox with Tantamount Studios, ITV Studios, and Sony Pictures Television
Glee Dramedy 6 2009–2015 Fox with Brad Falchuk Teley-Vision and Ryan Murphy Productions
Modern Family Sitcom 11 2009–2020 ABC with Lloyd-Levitan Productions (2009–2012), Steven Levitan Productions, and Picador Productions
The Cleveland Show Animated 4 2009–2013 Fox co-produced with Fox Television Animation, Persons Unknown Productions, Happy Jack Productions, and Fuzzy Door Productions
The Deep End Legal drama 1 2010 ABC with Hemingson Entertainment
Sons of Tucson Sitcom 1 2010 Fox with J2TV and Walking Bud Productions
Neighbors from Hell Animated 1 2010 TBS with Wounded Poodle Productions and MoonBoy Animation
Lone Star Drama 1 2010 Fox with Keyser/Lippman Productions and Depth of Field Productions
Raising Hope Sitcom 4 2010–2014 Fox with Amigos de Garcia Productions and Slowly I Turned Productions
Bob's Burgers Animated 11 2011–present Fox with Wilo Productions, Buck & Millie Productions, and Bento Box Entertainment
Marchlands Drama 1 2011 ITV
The Chicago Code Police drama 1 2011 Fox with MiddKid Productions
Traffic Light Sitcom 1 2011 Fox with Middletown News, Hemingson Entertainment, Keshet Media Group, and Kuperman Productions
CHAOS Dramedy 1 2011 CBS with Rat Entertainment, Certified Pulp, and CBS Television Studios
Friends with Benefits Sitcom 1 2011 NBC with Imagine Television, Big Kid Pictures, and Pickle Films
The Playboy Club Period drama 1 2011 NBC with Alta Loma Entertainment, Imagine Television, and Storyland Entertainment
New Girl Sitcom 7 2011–2018 Fox with Meriwether Productions (episodes 1–3), Elizabeth Meriwether Pictures (episodes 4–146), American Nitwits, and Chernin Entertainment
Allen Gregory Animated 1 2011 Fox with Bento Box Entertainment, Jonah Hill Films, a J. Paul/A. Mogel D. Goodman Pieces of Business and Chernin Entertainment
Terra Nova Science fiction 1 2011 Fox co-produced with Amblin Television, Chernin Entertainment, Kapital Entertainment, and Siesta Productions
American Horror Story Horror 9 2011–present FX with Brad Falchuk Teley-Vision and Ryan Murphy Productions
Last Man Standing Sitcom 9 2011–2021 ABC (Seasons 1–6)
Fox (seasons 7–9)
with 21 Laps-Adelstein Productions, NestEgg Productions (seasons 7–9), Double Wide Productions (season 1), Mr. Big Shot Fancy-Pants Productions (seasons 2–4), and Lyonberry Productions (seasons 5–6)
The Finder Crime drama 1 2012 Fox with Josephson Entertainment and Far Field Productions
Napoleon Dynamite Animated 1 2012 Fox with Hess Films and Scully Productions
Touch Supernatural 2 2012–2013 Fox with Tailwind Productions and Chernin Entertainment
Awake Science fiction 1 2012 NBC with Letter Eleven and Teakwood Lane Productions
Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23 Sitcom 2 2012–2014 ABC with Fierce Baby Productions and Hemingson Entertainment
The New Normal Sitcom 1 2012–2013 NBC with Ali Adler is Here Productions and Ryan Murphy Productions
Ben and Kate Sitcom 1 2012–2013 Fox with Hemingway Drive Productions and Chernin Entertainment
1600 Penn Sitcom 1 2012–2013 NBC with Angry Child Productions, Snowpants Productions, and Small Dog Picture Company
Out There Animated 1 2013 IFC with Quincy Productions
Lightfields Drama 1 2013 ITV
How to Live with Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life) Sitcom 1 2013 ABC with Imagine Television and Hot Lava Girl Productions
The Goodwin Games Sitcom 1 2013 Fox with Shiny Brass Lamp Productions and Bays & Thomas Productions
Sleepy Hollow Supernatural 4 2013–2017 Fox with Mark Goffman Productions, Sketch Films, and K/O Paper Products
Dads Sitcom 1 2013–2014 Fox with Fuzzy Door Productions
Back in the Game Sitcom 1 2013 ABC with Kapital Entertainment and Cullen Bros. Television
The Crazy Ones Sitcom 1 2013–2014 CBS with David E. Kelley Productions
Enlisted Sitcom 1 2014 Fox with Palace Flophouse and Snowpants Productions
Mind Games Crime drama 1 2014 ABC with Letter Eleven
24: Live Another Day Espionage 1 2014 Fox with Imagine Television and Teakwood Lane Productions
Crisis Espionage 1 2014 NBC with Ravich-Shariat Productions
Friends with Better Lives Sitcom 1 2014 CBS with Liscolaide Productions, Hemingson Entertainment, and Kapital Entertainment
Gang Related Crime drama 1 2014 Fox with Imagine Television, Chris Morgan Productions, and Skeeter Rosenbaum Productions
Cristela Sitcom 1 2014–2015 ABC with 21-Laps/Adelstein Productions and Hench in the Trench Productions
Empire Drama 6 2015–2020 Fox with Imagine Television, Lee Daniels Entertainment, Danny Strong Productions, and Little Chicken Inc.
Backstrom Dramedy 1 2015 Fox with Far Field Productions
Fresh Off the Boat Sitcom 6 2015–2020 ABC with Fierce Baby Productions and The Detective Agency
The Last Man on Earth Sitcom 4 2015–2018 Fox with The Si Fi Company and Lord Miller Productions
Weird Loners Sitcom 1 2015 Fox with Hanley Productions and The Detective Agency
The Carmichael Show Sitcom 3 2015–2017 NBC with Morningside Entertainment, A24 Films, Stoller Global Solutions, Lunch Bag Snail Productions, and Universal Television
Life in Pieces Sitcom 4 2015–2019 CBS with Kapital Entertainment and 40 or 50 Years, Inc.
Minority Report Science fiction 1 2015 Fox with Amblin Television and Paramount Television
Scream Queens Horror 2 2015–2016 with Prospect Films, Brad Falchuk Teley-Vision, and Ryan Murphy Productions
Rosewood Medical drama 2 2015–2017 with Temple Hill Productions and Nickels Productions
Grandfathered Sitcom 1 2015–2016 with Rhode Island Ave. Productions, Consolidated Chunworks, and ABC Studios
The Grinder with Paul Mogel Network Television, Stoller Global Solutions, and The Detective Agency
Bordertown Animated 2016 with Hentemann Films, Bento Box Entertainment, and Fuzzy Door Productions
Cooper Barrett's Guide to Surviving Life Sitcom with Lansdowne Productions, Big Time Show Biz Entertainment, and The Jackal Group
Second Chance Science fiction with Teakwood Lane Productions and Kara Inc.
Son of Zorn Sitcom 2016–2017 with Agnew Jorné Productions and Lord Miller Productions
This Is Us Drama 5 2016–present NBC with Rhode Island Ave. Productions and Zaftig Films
Speechless Sitcom 3 2016–2019 ABC with Silver & Gold Productions, The Detective Agency and ABC Studios
Pitch Drama 1 2016 Fox with Barnstorm Films, Left Coast Productions, and Rhode Island Ave. Productions
The Exorcist Horror 2 2016–2017 Fox with Morgan Creek Productions and New Neighborhood
Star Drama 3 2016–2019 Fox with Lee Daniels Entertainment
The Mick Sitcom 2 2017–2018 Fox with 3 Arts Entertainment and Bingbangboom Productions
24: Legacy Espionage 1 2017 Fox with Coto/Katz Productions, Imagine Television, Teakwood Lane Productions
APB Police drama 1 2017 Fox with Bungalow Media + Entertainment, Sketch Films, and Flying Glass of Milk Productions
Making History Sitcom 1 2017 Fox with Julius Sharpe International Petroleum and Writing and Lord Miller Productions
Shots Fired Drama 1 2017 Fox with Undisputed Cinema and Imagine Television
The Gifted Superhero 2 2017–2019 Fox with Flying Glass of Milk Productions, Bad Hat Harry Productions, Kinberg Genre, The Donners' Company, and Marvel Television
Ghosted Sitcom 1 2017–2018 Fox with Crowley Etten Productions, Afternoonnap, Additional Dialogue, TYPO, Inc., Gettin' Rad Productions, and 3 Arts Entertainment
The Orville Science fiction 3 2017–present Fox (Seasons 1–2)
Hulu (Season 3)
with Fuzzy Door Productions
LA to Vegas Sitcom 1 2018 Fox with Briskets Big Yellow House, Gary Sanchez Productions, and Steven Levitan Productions
9-1-1 Action 4 2018–present Fox with Reamworks, Brad Falchuk Teley-Vision, and Ryan Murphy Productions
The Resident Medical drama 4 2018–present Fox with Fuqua Films, 3 Arts Entertainment, Nickels Productions, and Up Island Films
Rel Sitcom 1 2018–2019 Fox with Morningside Entertainment, Scully Productions, JMMLG Productions, and Bird Luger Productions
Single Parents Sitcom 2 2018–2020 ABC with Elizabeth Meriwether Pictures, JJ Philbin Productions and ABC Studios
The Cool Kids Sitcom 1 2018–2019 Fox with RCG Productions, NestEgg Productions, Enrico Pallazzo, 3 Arts Entertainment, and FX Productions
The Passage Supernatural 1 2019 Fox with 6th & Idaho, Selfish Mermaid, and Scott Free Productions
Proven Innocent Legal drama 1 2019 Fox with Danny Strong Productions and Leap Boy Productions
Bless This Mess Sitcom 2 2019–2020 ABC with Elizabeth Meriwether Pictures, Lake Bell Prod. and ABC Studios
Bless the Harts Animated 2 2019–present Fox with Fox Entertainment, Titmouse, Inc., and Lord Miller Productions
Perfect Harmony Sitcom 1 2019–2020 NBC with Hungry Mule Amusement Corp., Introvert Hangover Productions, Small Dog Picture Company and Universal Television
Soundtrack Drama 1 2019 Netflix with Annapurna Television and Fox 21 Television Studios
9-1-1: Lone Star Action 2 2020–present Fox with Ryan Murphy Productions
Outmatched Sitcom 1 2020 Fox with Briskets Big Yellow House and Fox Entertainment
Duncanville Animated 1 2020–present Fox with Fox Entertainment, Paper Kite Productions, 3 Arts Entertainment, Bento Box Entertainment and Universal Television
Solar Opposites Animated 1 2020–present Hulu with Justin Roiland's Solo Vanity Card Productions!
Central Park Animated 1 2020–present Apple TV+ with Wilo Productions, Brillstein Entertainment Partners, Angry Child Productions, and Bento Box Entertainment
Love, Victor Dramedy 1 2020–present Hulu with Temple Hill Entertainment, No Helmet Prods. and The Walk-Up Comedy
Hoops Animated 1 2020 Netflix with Pepper Hill Productions, Walcott Company, Lord Miller Productions and Bento Box Entertainment
Filthy Rich Drama 1 2020 Fox with Imagine Television, Wyolah Films and Fox Entertainment
Next Science fiction 1 2020 Fox with Zaftig Films and Fox Entertainment
Big Sky Detective drama 1 2020–present ABC with David E. Kelley Productions and A+E Studios
The Great North Animated 1 2021–present Fox with Double Molyneux Sister Sheux, Wilo Productions, Fox Entertainment and Bento Box Entertainment
The Mysterious Benedict Society Mystery TBA Coming 2021 Disney+ co-produced with Sonar Entertainment and Fanfare
Turner & Hooch Comedy based on the 1989 film of the same name
co-produced with ABC Signature and Ostrich Productions
Just Beyond co-produced with KatzSmith Productions
Our Kind of People Drama Fox with Fox Entertainment
Only Murders in the Building Comedy Hulu
The Big Leap Drama Fox with Fox Entertainment
Ordinary Joe Drama NBC with Universal Television, 6th & Idaho and 3 Arts Entertsinment
The Prince Animated HBO Max with Bento Box Entertainment
The Wonder Years Drama ABC
Abbott Elementary Comedy Coming 2022 ABC with Delicious Non-Sequitur Productions and Warner Bros. Television
Maggie[24] Comedy ABC
Koala Man[25] Animated TBA Hulu with Bento Box Entertainment and Princess Pictures
Untitled Alec Baldwin/Kelsey Grammer project Sitcom TBA TBA
Untitled Kingsman series[26] TBA Hulu with Marv Films
Untitled The Sandlot series[27] TBA Disney+ with Island World
Untitled True Lies series[28][29] TBA CBS with Wonderland Sound and Vision and Universal Television
Doogie Kameāloha, M.D.[30] TBA Disney+
The Biggest Star in Appleton TBA Disney+
The Dropout[31] TBA Hulu with Searchlight Television

Touchstone Television[edit]

Also includes productions from Fox Television Studios, Fox 21 Television Studios and Fox 21. Now absorbed into 20th Television.

Title Years Network Notes
The Golden Girls 1985–1992 NBC co-production with Witt/Thomas/Harris Productions
Hull High 1990 co-production with Gil Giant Productions
Home Improvement 1991–1999 ABC co-production with Wind Dancer Productions
The Sinbad Show 1993–1994 Fox co-production with David & Goliath Productions
Boy Meets World 1993–2000 ABC co-production with Michael Jacobs Productions
Ellen 1994–1998 co-production with The Black/Marlens Company
Nowhere Man 1995–1996 UPN co-production with Lawrence Hertzog Productions
Teen Angel 1997–1998 ABC co-production with Spooky Magic Productions
Famous Families 1998–1999 Fox Family co-production with Glen Avenue Films and Foxstar Productions
The Hughleys 1998–2002 ABC/UPN with The Greenblatt/Janollari Studio and Willowick Entertainment
Maggie Winters 1998–1999 CBS with The Greenblatt/Janollari Studio and CBS Productions
To Have & to Hold 1998
The PJs 1999–2001 FOX/The WB with Imagine Television, Warner Bros. Television (season 3), The Murphy Company, and Will Vinton Studios
Popular The WB with Murphy/Matthews Productions, Roundtable Ink and The Shepard/Robin Company
Once and Again 1999–2002 ABC with The Bedford Falls Company
Thanks 1999 with Mauretenia Productions
Oh, Grow Up ABC with The Greenblatt/Janollari Studio
Ryan Caulfield: Year One FOX with Regency Television and Mandeville Films
Brutally Normal 2000 The WB with Swerdlow-Goldberg Productions and The Shephard/Robin Company
Daddio NBC with Big Fan
Madigan Men ABC with Chupack Productions and Artists Television Group
The Trouble with Normal with Garfield Grove Productions and Paramount Television
Gideon's Crossing 2000–2001 with Heel & Toe Films
Clerks: The Animated Series 2000–2002 ABC/Comedy Central with Miramax Television, View Askew Productions, Woltz International Pictures Corporation, and Disney Television Animation[N 2]
Backstory AMC co-production with Van Ness Films, Prometheus Entertainment and Foxstar Productions
Malcolm in the Middle 2000–2006 FOX with Satin City and Regency Television
Son of the Beach 2000–2002 FX with The Howard Stern Production Company and Loch Lomond Entertainment
Soul Food: The Series 2000–2004 Showtime with Water Walk Productions (2002-2004), (seasons 3–5), Edmonds Entertainment, State Street Pictures, 20th Century Fox Television (2002-2004), (seasons 3–5), Showtime Networks and Paramount Network Television ((small|(Seasons 1 & 2)}}
Murder in Small Town X 2001 FOX with Hoosick Falls Productions
Bob Patterson ABC with Angel Ark Productions and 20th Century Fox Television
The Job 2001–2002 with Apostle, The Cloudland Company and DreamWorks Television
Maybe It's Me The WB with SamJen Productions and Warner Bros. Television
The Wayne Brady Show Syndication with Brad Grey Television and Don Mischer Productions
Studio Portraits 2001–2005 A&E co-production with Van Ness Films, Prometheus Entertainment and Foxstar Productions
My Wife and Kids ABC with Wayans Bros. Entertainment and Impact Zone Productions
Alias 2001–2006 with Bad Robot Productions
Imagine That 2002 NBC with Seth Kurland Productions and Columbia TriStar Television
Life with Bonnie 2002–2004 ABC with Bob & Alice Productions
8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter 2002–2005 with Shady Acres Entertainment, Flody Co., (2002–2004) (seasons 1 & 2) and Tracy Gamble Productions (2004) (season 2)
The Shield 2002–2008 FX with MiddKid Productions, Columbia TriStar Domestic Television and Sony Pictures Television
Monk 2002–2009 USA with Mandeville Films and Universal Cable Productions
John Doe 2002–2003 FOX with Camp-Thompson Productions and Regency Television
Miracles 2003 ABC with David Greenwalt Productions and Spyglass Entertainment
Veritas: The Quest with Massett/Zinman Productions and Storyline Entertainment
10-8: Officers on Duty 2003–2004 with Spelling Television and Bandlands Entertainment
It's All Relative with Storyline Entertainment, Naturally Blond Productions and Paramount Network Television
Line of Fire with Battle Plan Productions and DreamWorks Television
Threat Matrix with Industry Entertainment
Hope & Faith 2003–2006
Kingdom Hospital 2004 with Sony Pictures Television and Mark Carliner Productions
Kevin Hill 2004–2005 UPN with Icon Productions
Life as We Know It ABC with Sachs/Judah Productions and Cabloom! Productions
Living with Fran 2005–2006 The WB with Fringe Productions, On Time and Sober, Jizzy Entertainment, Uh-Oh Productions and Regency Television
Night Stalker ABC with Big Light Productions
The Girls Next Door 2005–2010 E! with Prometheus Entertainment and Alta Loma Entertainment
Killer Instinct 2005 FOX with Regency Television
In Justice 2006 ABC with King Size Productions
Thief FX with Pariah Television, Sarabrande Productions and Regency Television
Windfall NBC with Joyful Girl Productions and Regency Television
Celebrity Duets FOX with SYCOtv and A. Smith & Co. Productions
Six Degrees 2006–2007 ABC with Nosebleed Productions
What About Brian with Bad Robot Productions and Sachs/Judah Productions (season 1)
In Case of Emergency 2007 with Bushwacker Productions and Howard J. Morris Productions
The Knights of Prosperity with B&B Productions and Worldwide Pants
Dirt 2007–2008 FX with Coquette Productions, Matthew Carnahan Circus Products and ABC Studios
The Riches with Maverick Television and FX Productions
Burn Notice 2007–2013 USA Network with Flying Glass of Milk Productions, Fuse Entertainment and Fabrik Entertainment
Saving Grace 2007–2010 TNT with Grand Productions and Paid My Dues Productions
The Return of Jezebel James 2008 FOX with Dorothy Parker Drank Here Productions and Regency Television
Mental 2009 with Kedzie Productions and Infinity Pictures
Kendra 2009–2011 E! with Prometheus Entertainment and Alta Loma Entertainment
White Collar 2009–2014 USA Network with Jeff Eastin & Warrior George Productions
The Wanda Sykes Show 2009–2010 FOX with Sykes Entertainment, Inc.
Holly's World 2009–2011 E!
The Good Guys 2010 FOX with Flying Glass of Milk Productions and Fuse Entertainment
Persons Unknown NBC with Invisible Ink and Televisa S.A. de C.V.
The Gates ABC with Little Engine Productions and Summerland Entertainment
The Glades 2010–2013 A&E with Innuendo Productions and Grand Productions
Lights Out 2011 FX co-production with FX Productions
The Killing 2011–2014 AMC/Netflix with KMF Films, Fuse Entertainment and Fabrik Entertainment
In the Flow with Affion Crockett 2011 FOX with Foxx/King Entertainment and Tantamount Studios
The Great Escape 2012 TNT with Profiles Television Productions, The Hochberg Ebersol Company and Imagine Television
The Americans 2013–2018 FX with Nemo Films, Amblin Television and FX Productions
Maron 2013–2016 IFC with Boomer Lives! Productions and Apostle
Graceland 2013–2015 USA Network with Jeff Eastin & Warrior George Productions
Sirens 2014–2015 with Middletown News and Apostle
Beauty and the Geek 2005–2008 The WB/The CW with Katalyst Films and 3 Ball Productions
Kelsey Grammer Presents: The Sketch Show 2005 FOX with Grammnet Productions, Baby Cow Productions, Angst Productions and Avalon Television
Free Ride 2006 FOX with Rob Roy Thomas Productions and Wild Jams Productions
Saved 2006 TNT with Sarabande Productions, Brightline Pictures, Imagine Television and Fox 21
Anchorwoman 2007 FOX with Fox 21 and The 6 Group
Sons of Anarchy 2008–2014 FX with Linson The Company, Sutter Ink and FX Productions
Game Show in My Head 2009 CBS with Hat Trick Productions, Katalyst Films and Fox 21
Terriers 2010 FX with MiddKid Productions and Rickshaw Productions
Breakout Kings 2011–2012 A&E with Matt Olmstead Productions, Blackjack Films and Chernin Entertainment
Homeland 2011–2020 Showtime with Teakwood Lane Productions, Cherry Pie Productions, Keshet Media Group and Showtime Networks
Brickleberry 2012–2015 Comedy Central with Damn! Show Productions and Black Heart Productions
Witches of East End 2013–2014 Lifetime with 3 Arts Entertainment and Curly Girly Productions
Those Who Kill 2014 A&E with One Two One Three Pictures, Miso Film and Imagine Television
Salem 2014–2017 WGN America with Beetlecod Productions and Prospect Park
Tyrant 2014–2016 FX with Teakwood Lane Productions, Keshet Media Group and FX Productions
Rush 2014 USA Network with Little Engine Productions, Fancy Films and Pine City Entertainment
Legends 2014–2015 TNT with Paperboy Productions and Teakwood Lane Productions
The Comedians 2015 FX with Jennilind Productions, Larry Charles Projects, Tamaroa Productions, Flying Glass of Milk Productions, Fabrik Entertainment and FX Productions
Complications 2015 USA Network with Flying Glass of Milk Productions
Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll 2015–2016 FX with Apostle and FX Productions
The Bastard Executioner 2015 FX with Sutter Ink, Imagine Television, and FX Productions
American Crime Story 2016–present FX with Scott & Larry Productions, Color Force, Ryan Murphy Productions and FX Productions
Damien 2016 A&E with 44 Strong Productions and Fineman Entertainment
Dice 2016–2017 Showtime with Olé Productions, American Work Inc. and Showtime Networks
Queen of the South 2016–present USA Network with Frequency Films, Friendly Films, Skeeter Rosenbaum Productions and Universal Cable Productions
Chance 2016–2017 Hulu with Nutmegger, Kem Nunn Stories, Inc. and Groundswell Productions
Feud 2017–present FX with Plan B Entertainment and Ryan Murphy Productions
Genius 2017–present National Geographic with Imagine Television, Paperboy Productions, OddLot Entertainment and EUE / Sokolow
The Chi 2018–present Showtime with Elwood Reid Inc., Hillman Grad Productions, Freedom Road Productions, Verse Productions, Kapital Entertainment and Showtime Networks
Seven Seconds 2018 Netflix with KMF Films, Bender Brown Productions and Filmtribe
Pose 2018–present FX with Brad Falchuk Teley-vision, Ryan Murphy Productions and FX Productions
Mayans M.C. 2018–present FX with Sutter Ink and FX Productions
Fosse/Verdon 2019 FX with 5000 Broadway Productions and FX Productions
The Politician 2019–present Netflix with Prospect Films, Brad Falchuk Television and Ryan Murphy Teley-vision
Soundtrack 2019 Netflix with Annapurna Television and 20th Century Fox Television
The Stranger 2020–present Quibi with KMF Films
Barkskins 2020–present National Geographic with Elwood Reid
Tales from the Loop 2020–present Amazon Prime with 6th & Idaho, Indigo and Amazon Studios
Ratched 2020–present Netflix with The Saul Zaentz Company and Ryan Murphy Productions

Regency Television[edit]

Foxstar Productions[edit]

  • Biography (1987–2003)
  • Alien Nation (1994–1996)
  • Monster Mania (1997–2000)
  • Famous Families (1998–1999)
  • Backstory (2000–2005)
  • World's Best (2000–2002)
  • History vs. Hollywood (2001–2002)
  • The Alien Saga (2002)
  • Monsterama (2003)
  • Animal Icons (2004–2005)

20th Television (original)[edit]

Fox Lab[edit]

Title Years Network Notes
Whats So Funny 1995 FOX co-production with Funny Business, LLC
Americas' Most Wanted: Final Justice 1995–1996 Syndication Syndicated edit downs of previously taped AMW episodes.
Classmates 2003

ABC Family Worldwide[edit]

FX Productions[edit]

Title Years Network Notes
Breakfast Time 1994–1996 FX
Personal fX
The Pet Department
Under Scrutiny with Jane Wallace 1994–1995
Sound fX
Backchat 1994–1998
A Year in the Movies 1994
Home FX 1996
No Relation
Baseball, Minnesota 1996–1997
The Super Collectors
Bobcat's Big Ass Show 1998 co-production with Stone Stanley Productions
Instant Comedy with The Groundlings 1998–1999
Penn & Teller's Sin City Spectacular co-production with Buggs and Rudy Discount Corporation
The X Show 1999–2001 co-production with 20th Century Fox Television
Fast Food Films 1999
The Dick & Paula Celebrity Special
Fox Movie Channel Hour of Stars 2002–2004 FX Movie Channel
The Hitchhiker Chronicles 2003 FX
PI
30 Days 2005–2008 co-production with Actual Reality Pictures, Borderline TV, Reveille Productions, and Warrior Poets
The Daily Habit 2005–2012 FUEL TV/Fox Sports 2
Starved 2005 FX co-production with Five Minutes Before the Miracle Productions and Carsey-Werner Productions
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia 2005–present FX/FXX co-produced with RCG Productions and 3 Arts Entertainment
Damages 2007–2012 FX/Audience Network co-production with KZK Productions, Sony Pictures Television, and Gotham Music Placement
Dirt 2007–2008 FX co-production with Coquette Productions, Matthew Carnahan Circus Products, and Touchstone Television/ABC Studios
Archer 2009–present FX/FXX co-production with Floyd County Productions and Radical Axis
The League 2009–2015 co-production with Chicken Sticks
Justified 2010–2015 FX co-production with Sony Pictures Television, Rooney McP Productions, Timberman-Beverly Productions, and Nemo Films
Louie co-production with 3 Arts Entertainment and Pig Newton, Inc.
Wilfred 2011–2014 FX/FXX co-production with Zook, Inc., Prospect Park, Renegade Australia, and SBS Australia
Unsupervised 2012 FX co-production with Floyd County Productions, RCG Productions, and The Professional Writing Company
Brand X with Russell Brand 2012–2013
Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell FX/FXX co-production with CR Enterprises
Legit 2013–2014 co-production with Regular Guy Films and Nugget Productions
The Americans 2013–2018 FX co-production with Nemo Films, DreamWorks Television/Amblin Television, and Fox Television Studios/Fox 21 Television Studios
The Bridge 2013–2014 co-production with Shorewood, Inc., Elwood Reid, Inc., Filmlance, and Shine America
Chozen 2014 co-production with Floyd County Productions and Rough House Pictures
Ali G Rezurection FXX
Fargo 2014–present FX co-production with Nomadic Pictures, 26 Keys Productions, The Littlefield Company, Mike Zoss Productions (2014–15), and MGM Television
The Strain 2014–2017
Married 2014–2015 co-production with Principato-Young Entertainment and Night Eater Productions
You're the Worst 2014–2019 FX/FXX
Man Seeking Woman 2015–2017 FXX
Wayward Pines 2015–2016 Fox co-production with Olive Entertainment, Blinding Edge Pictures, De Line Pictures, Storyland, and 20th Century Fox Television
One Mississippi 2015–2017 Amazon Prime Video co-production with Zero Dollars and Zero Sense Productions, Good Egg Productions, Inc., Pig Newton, Inc., 3 Arts Entertainment, and Amazon Studios
Baskets 2016–2019 FX co-production with Billios, Brillstein Entertainment Partners, 3 Arts Entertainment (seasons 1-2), and Pig Newton, Inc. (seasons 1-2)
Atlanta 2016–present co-production with RBA, 343 Incorporated, and MGMT. Entertainment
Better Things 2016–present co-production with Slam Book, Inc., 3 Arts Entertainment (seasons 1-2), and Pig Newton, Inc. (seasons 1-2)
Legion 2017–2019 co-production with Marvel Television
Trust 2018 co-production with Cloud Eight Films, Decibel Films and Snicket Films
Pose 2018–present co-production with Brad Falchuk Teley-vision, Ryan Murphy Productions and Fox 21 Television Studios
Mayans M.C. 2018–present co-production with Sutter Ink and Fox 21 Television Studios
Mr Inbetween 2018–present FX/Fox Showcase co-production with Create NSW, Screen Australia, Jungle Entertainment, and Blue-Tongue Films
The Cool Kids 2018–2019 Fox Co-production with RCG Productions, Enrico Pallazzo, Nest Egg Productions and 3 Arts Entertainment
Miracle Workers 2019–present TBS co-production with Broadway Video, Allagash Industries and Studio T
What We Do in the Shadows 2019–present FX co-production with Defender Films
Fosse/Verdon 2019 co-production with 5000 Broadway Productions and Fox 21 Television Studios
Perpetual Grace, LTD Epix co-production with Escape Artists, Chi-Town Pictures and Elephant Pictures for MGM Television
Cake 2019–present FXX co-production with SLAQR
A Christmas Carol 2019 FX/BBC One co-production with Scott Free Productions, Hardy Son & Baker, and BBC
Breeders 2020–present FX/Sky One co-production with Avalon Television and Sky Original Productions
Dave 2020–present FXX co-production with Dirty Burd, Matthew 6:33, SB Projects, Temple Hill Productions, Hart Beat Productions, and Chicken Sticks
Devs 2020 FX on Hulu co-production with DNA TV and Scott Rudin Productions
Mrs. America co-production with Shiny Penny Productions, Dirty Films, Gowanus Projections, and Federal Engineering
A Wilderness of Error FX co-production with Truth Media, Rachel Horovitz Prods., Blumhouse Television and Universal Content Productions
A Teacher FX on Hulu co-production with Aggregate Films
Black Narcissus FX/BBC One co-production with DNA TV
Y TBA FX on Hulu co-production with Color Force

Searchlight Television[edit]

Title Genre No. of
seasons
Years Network Notes
The Dropout[31] Drama TBA TBA Hulu with 20th Television
Untitled City of Ghosts series[40] TBA TBA TBA TBA with ABC Signature
Untitled Inheritance Trilogy series[41] TBA TBA TBA TBA with Westbrook Studios

Metromedia Producers Corporation[edit]

New World Television[edit]

Title Original run Network Notes
Santa Barbara 1984–1993 NBC co-production with Dobson Productions
The Bold and the Beautiful 1987–present CBS International distribution only for the first 9 seasons; produced and currently owned by Bell-Phillip Television Productions Inc.
The Wonder Years 1988–1993 ABC co-production with The Black-Marlens Company
Zorro 1990–1993 The Family Channel co-produced by Goodman/Rosen Productions and Zorro Productions Inc.
Judith Krantz's Secrets 1992 Syndication maxi-series; co-production with Steve Krantz Productions
Biker Mice from Mars 1993–1996 produced by Worldwide Sports & Entertainment, Inc. and Brentwood Television Funnies by Marvel Productions/New World Animation
Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 1993–1999 co-production with Mark Massari Productions and Leap Off Productions
Valley of the Dolls 1994 co-production with Take A Meeting Productions
Fantastic Four 1994–1996 produced by New World Animation and Marvel Films
Iron Man
Spider-Man 1994–1998 FOX
The Clinic 1995
The Mark Walberg Show 1995–1996 Syndication
Strange Luck FOX co-production with MT2 Services and Unreality, Inc.
Weekly World News 1996 USA Network co-production with American Media, Inc. and MT2 Services
Second Noah 1996–1997 ABC co-production with Longfeather Entertainment and MT2 Services
Profit 1996 FOX co-production with Greenwalt/McNamara Productions and Stephen J. Cannell Productions
Big Deal co-production with Stone Stanley Productions
The Incredible Hulk 1996–1997 UPN produced by New World Animation and Marvel Films/Marvel Studios
Access Hollywood 1996–present Syndication distribution only for the first 3 seasons; produced by NBC Studios
Currently produced and distributed by NBCUniversal Syndication Studios

Genesis Entertainment[edit]

Storer Broadcasting/Blair Entertainment[edit]

Four Star Television[edit]

MTM Enterprises[edit]

Fox Entertainment[edit]

Title Years Notes
The Late Show 1986–1988 produced by Fox Square Productions
The New Adventures of Beans Baxter 1987 produced by Savage Productions and Fox Square Productions
Totally Hidden Video 1989–1992 co-production with Quantum Media
Haywire 1990–1991
Loyalty and Betrayal: The Story of the American Mob 1994 mini-series; co-production with Pileggi/Couturie Productions and Quest Productions
Saturday Night Special 1996
World's Wildest Police Videos 1998–2001
Greed 1999–2000 co-production with Dick Clark Productions
Temptation Island 2001–2003 produced by Fox World
Love Cruise 2001 co-production with Bunim/Murray Productions
Celebrity Boxing 2002 co-production with Bunim/Murray Productions
30 Seconds to Fame 2002–2003 co-production with Wild Jams Productions
Joe Millionaire 2003 produced by Fox World
Married by America
Mr. Personality
The Great American Celebrity Spelling Bee 2004 co-production with Brad Lachman Productions
The Swan co-production with FremantleMedia North America and Galan Entertainment
Trading Spouses 2004–2007
My Big Fat Obnoxious Boss 2004
The Rebel Billionaire: Branson's Quest for the Best 2004–2005
Renovate My Family
Skating with Celebrities 2006
Unan1mous co-production with 3Ball Productions
Nashville 2007 co-production with Go Go Luckey Productions
Mobbed 2011–2013 co-production with Alevy Productions and Angel City Factory
The Choice 2012 co-production with A. Smith & Co. Productions and Entertain the Brutes
I Wanna Marry "Harry" 2014 co-production with Zig Zag Productions and Ryan Seacrest Productions
Home Free 2015–2016 co-production with Relativity Television/Critical Content
Party Over Here 2016 produced by 2nd Man on the Moon, The Lonely Island, and Kablamo!
American Grit 2016–2017 co-production with Leftfield Pictures and Hard Nocks South Productions
You the Jury 2017
Beat Shazam 2017–present co-production with Apploff Entertainment, Shazam, and MGM Television
The Four: Battle for Stardom 2018 co-production with ITV Entertainment and Armoza Formats
First Responders Live 2019

Animation Domination High-Def[edit]

Title Years Network Co-production with
ADHD Shorts 2013–2016 FOX
FXX
Axe Cop 2013–2015
Golan the Insatiable FOX Double Hemm and Amazing Schlock
High School USA! 2013–2015 FOX
FXX
Fragical Production
Lucas Bros. Moving Co. Oh Snap
Stone Quackers 2014–2015 FXX Ben Jones Studio, Inc.
Major Lazer 2015 Mad Decent
The Adventures of OG Sherlock Kush 2015–2016
Neo Yokio 2017–2018 Netflix Production IG and Studio Deen

Fox Television Stations[edit]

Title Years Network Notes
Romper Room and Friends 1966–1988 WWOR-TV Certain elements are owned by Allspark
Wonderama 1980–1983 WNEW
Steampipe Alley 1988–1993 WWOR-TV
Double Dare 1988–1989 Syndication co-production for Viacom
Finders Keepers season 2 only; co-production for Viacom
Comic Strip Live 1988–1993 FOX
Comedy Express 1989 Syndication
COPS 1989–2013 FOX co-production with (Barbour/)Langley Productions
pre-Spike episodes currently distributed by 20th Television
Tribes 1990 Syndication co-production with FSO Productions
In Person with J.P. McCarthy early-1990s WJBK produced by WJBK
Not Just News 1991–1996 Syndication
Code 3 1992–1993 Fox co-production with Barbour/Langley Productions
Moneywise mid-1990s WJBK produced by WJBK
Time Warped 1995 N/A co-production with AM/FM Pictures

Fox News Group[edit]

Fox First Run[edit]

NOTE: These shows were formerly distributed by 20th Television, prior to the Disney-Fox merger. Ad sales to Fox syndicated programming is handled by CBS Media Ventures.

Television films and specials[edit]

20th Television[edit]

Fox Circle Productions/National Studios[edit]

Touchstone Television[edit]

Foxstar Productions[edit]

  • A Hollywood Christmas (1996)
  • Hidden Hollywood (1997)
  • Behind the Planet of the Apes (1998)
  • Beyond Titanic (1998)
  • Hollywood Screen Tests (1999)
  • Marilyn Monroe: The Final Days (2001)

New World Pictures[edit]

MTM Enterprises[edit]

Fox Entertainment[edit]

  • 41st Primetime Emmy Awards (1989)
  • The Making of America's Best Television: The Creative Arts Emmy Awards (1991)
  • Rolling Stone '93: The Year in Review (1993)
  • Madonna: Innocence Lost (1994)
  • Love Thy Neighbor: The Baddest and The Best of Melrose Place (1995)
  • Oops! The World's Funniest Outtakes (1995)
  • For Better or for Worse: The World's Funniest Wedding Disasters (1995)
  • The Secrets of the X-Files (1995)
  • Countdown to the Emmys (1995)
  • Springfield's Most Wanted (1995)
  • Billboard Music Awards (1995, 2001–2006)
  • Ho! Ho! Ho! TV's All-Time Funniest Christmas Moments (1995)
  • Fox's New Year's Eve Live! (1995, 2010, 2012–2013)
  • More Secrets of the X-Files (1996)
  • USA vs. The World: The Ultimate Gymnastics Competition (1996)
  • Shocking Behavior Caught on Tape (two specials; 1999)
  • Opening the Lost Tombs: Live from Egypt (1999)
  • Train Wrecks (1999)
  • Teen Choice Awards (1999–present)
  • Getting Away with Murder: The JonBenet Ramsey Mystery (2000)
  • Powers of the Paranormal: Live on Stage! (2000)
  • Unauthorized Brady Bunch: The Final Days (2000)
  • After Diff'rent Strokes: When the Laughter Stopped (2000)
  • Surprise Wedding (2000)
  • Celebrity Daredevils Live (2002)
  • The Michael Jackson Interview: The Footage You Were Never Meant to See (2003)
  • Billboard's New Year's Eve Live (2009)
  • American Country Awards (2010–2013)
  • American Country New Year's Eve Live! (2011)
  • Fox's 25th Anniversary Special (2012)
  • The All-Star Dog Rescue Celebration (2014–2015)
  • Rent: Live (2019)

Fox News Group[edit]

  • 1968: The 25th Anniversary (1993)
  • The Royals: Dynasty or Disaster (1993)
  • Talkin' It Out: Questions and Answers About the Oklahoma City Bombing (1995)
  • Sex & Romance: A Test for the '90s (1995)
  • Fox News Reporting (2004–2008)
  • Showdown with Larry Elder (2008)

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an No longer distributed by 20th Television.
  2. ^ No longer distributed by Buena Vista Television, rights now owned by Miramax/ViacomCBS.