List of DHX Media programs

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This is a list of programs by DHX Media and its predecessors Decode Entertainment, Halifax Film Company, Studio B Productions, WildBrain, Cookie Jar Group/Cinar, Ragdoll Productions, Epitome Pictures, Nerd Corps Entertainment, and Iconix Brand Group.

Note that some shows were co-productions with other companies, and may or may not necessarily be owned by DHX Media.

Animated series[edit]

DHX Media[edit]

Decode Entertainment/DHX Studios Toronto[edit]

Halifax Film/DHX Studios Halifax[edit]

Studio B Productions/DHX Studios Vancouver[edit]

WildBrain[edit]

CINAR/Cookie Jar Entertainment[edit]

FilmFair[edit]

DIC Entertainment[edit]

Ragdoll Productions[edit]

Shellhut Entertainment[edit]

  • Shelldon (2008–2010)
  • Flying with Byrd (2011)

Echo Bridge Entertainment[edit]

Nerd Corps Entertainment/DHX Studios Vancouver[edit]

Mattel Creations[edit]

Iconix Brand Group[edit]

Live-action series[edit]

DHX Media[edit]

Decode Entertainment/DHX Studios Toronto[edit]

Halifax Film/DHX Studios Halifax[edit]

WildBrain[edit]

CINAR/Cookie Jar Entertainment[edit]

DIC Entertainment[edit]

Ragdoll Productions[edit]

Epitome Pictures[edit]

Echo Bridge Entertainment[edit]

Specials[edit]

Studio B Productions/DHX Studios Vancouver[edit]

  • Little Witch (1999) (co-production with Sony Wonder)
  • Santa Mouse and the Ratdeer (2000) (co-production with Sony Wonder)

CINAR/Cookie Jar Entertainment[edit]

FilmFair[edit]

DIC Entertainment[edit]

Ragdoll Productions[edit]

Echo Bridge Entertainment[edit]

  • Cutaway (1992)
  • Celtic Electric (1998)
  • Roxanne’s Best Christmas Ever (1999)
  • Talking to Americans (2001)

Iconix Brand Group[edit]

Strawberry Shortcake[edit]

Peanuts[edit]

DHX Media[edit]

Films[edit]

DHX Media[edit]

WildBrain[edit]

  • Out In Space (1997)
  • Humanstein (1998)
  • A Dog Cartoon (1998)
  • Hubert's Brain (2001)

CINAR/Cookie Jar Entertainment[edit]

DIC Entertainment[edit]

Epitome Pictures[edit]

Echo Bridge Entertainment[edit]

Nerd Corps Entertainment/DHX Studios Vancouver[edit]

Mattel Creations[edit]

Iconix Brand Group[edit]

Air Bud Entertainment[edit]

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