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This is a list of television series produced or distributed by The Walt Disney Company and its subsidiaries.

Disney Enterprises[edit]

Live action television series[edit]

Animated series[edit]

Title Original running Production Notes
The Wuzzles 1985 Produced by Disney Television Animation
Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears 1985–1991 Produced by Disney Television Animation
DuckTales 1987–1990 Produced by Disney Television Animation Based on comic stories by Carl Barks.
The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh 1988–1991 Produced by Disney Television Animation First animated series featuring Winnie the Pooh.
Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers 1989–1990 Produced by Disney Television Animation Based on classic theatrical shorts.
TaleSpin 1990–1991 Produced by Disney Television Animation Based on characters from The Jungle Book.
Darkwing Duck 1991–1992 Produced by Disney Television Animation First spin-off of DuckTales.
Goof Troop 1992–1993 Produced by Disney Television Animation Based on classic theatrical shorts.
The Little Mermaid 1992–1994 Produced by Disney Television Animation First series based on the Disney animation canon.
Raw Toonage 1992 Produced by Disney Television Animation
Bonkers 1993–1994 Produced by Disney Television Animation First spin-off of Raw Toonage.
Marsupilami 1993 Produced by Disney Television Animation, in association with Marsu Productions. Second spin-off of Raw Toonage.
Aladdin 1994–1995 Produced by Disney Television Animation Second series based on the Disney animation canon.
Gargoyles 1994–1997 Produced by Disney Television Animation
The Shnookums and Meat Funny Cartoon Show 1995 Produced by Disney Television Animation Spin-off of Marsupilami.
The Lion King's Timon & Pumbaa 1995–1999 Produced by Disney Television Animation Third series based on the Disney animation canon.
Quack Pack 1996 Produced by Disney Television Animation Second spin-off of DuckTales.
Disney's Mighty Ducks 1996–1997 Produced by Disney Television Animation Loosely spun off from the Mighty Ducks film series.
Jungle Cubs 1996–1998 Produced by Disney Television Animation Fourth series based on the Disney animation canon.
Disney's Doug 1996–2000 Produced by Jumbo Pictures Co-produced by Disney Television Animation Seasons 4–7 only, originally produced by Nickelodeon seasons 1–3.
101 Dalmatians 1997–1998 Produced by Disney Television Animation Fifth series based on the Disney animated canon.
Nightmare Ned 1997 Produced by Disney Television Animation
Recess 1997–2003 Produced by Disney Television Animation
Pepper Ann 1997–2002 Produced by Disney Television Animation
Hercules 1998–1999 Produced by Disney Television Animation Sixth series based on the Disney animation canon.
PB&J Otter 1998–2000 Produced by Jumbo Pictures. Playhouse Disney's 1st animated original series
The Weekenders 1999–2004 Produced by Disney Television Animation
Mickey Mouse Works 1999–2000 Produced by Disney Television Animation

Created in the spirit of the classic theatrical shorts.

Teacher's Pet 2000–2002 Produced by Disney Television Animation
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command 2000–2001 Produced by Disney Television Animation and Pixar Animation Studios. Based on the Toy Story franchise.
Disney's House of Mouse 2001–2003 Produced by Disney Television Animation Based on the classic theatrical shorts.
Lloyd in Space 2001–2004 Produced by Disney Television Animation.
The Legend of Tarzan 2001–2003 Produced by Disney Television Animation. Seventh series based on the Disney animation canon.
The Proud Family 2001–2005 Produced by Jambalaya Studios. Disney Channel's 1st animated original series.
Teamo Supremo 2002–2004 Produced by Disney Television Animation.
Stanley 2001–2004 Produced by Cartoon Pizza. Playhouse Disney's 2nd animated original series.
Kim Possible 2002–2007 Produced by Disney Television Animation. Disney Channel's 2nd animated original series.
Pucca 2006–2008 Produced by Studio B Productions. Disney Channel's 3rd animated original series.
Fillmore! 2002–2004 Produced by Disney Television Animation. Last series in the original Disney television animation canon.
Lilo & Stitch: The Series 2003–2006 Produced by Disney Television Animation. Disney Channel's 3rd animated original series, eighth series based on the Disney animation canon.
JoJo's Circus 2003–2007 Produced by Cartoon Pizza. Playhouse Disney's 3rd animated original series and first series to use stop-motion animation.
Dave the Barbarian 2004–2005 Produced by Disney Television Animation. Disney Channel's 4th animated original series.
Brandy & Mr. Whiskers 2004–2006 Produced by Disney Television Animation. Disney Channel's 5th animated original series.
Higglytown Heroes 2004–2008 Produced by Wild Brain. Playhouse Disney's 4th animated original series.
Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go! 2004–2006 Produced by Jetix Animation Concepts. Jetix's 1st original series.
W.I.T.C.H. 2004–2006 Produced by Jetix EUROPE. Jetix's 2nd original series.
American Dragon: Jake Long 2005–2007 Produced by Disney Television Animation. Disney Channel's 6th animated original series.
The Buzz on Maggie 2005–2006 Produced by Disney Television Animation. Disney Channel's 7th animated original series.
Little Einsteins 2005–2009 Produced by Curious Pictures. Playhouse Disney's 5th animated original series.
A.T.O.M. 2005–2006 Produced by Jetix EUROPE. Jetix's 3rd original series.
Get Ed 2005–2006 Produced by Jetix Animation Concepts. Jetix's 4th original series.
Yin Yang Yo! 2006–2009 Produced by Jetix Animation Concepts. Jetix's 5th original series.
Ōban Star-Racers 2006 Produced by Jetix EUROPE. Jetix's 6th original series.
The Emperor's New School 2006–2008 Produced by Disney Television Animation. Disney Channel's 8th animated original series. Ninth series based on the Disney animation canon.
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse 2006–2016 Produced by Disney Television Animation. Playhouse Disney's 6th animated original series.
The Replacements 2006–2009 Produced by Disney Television Animation. Disney Channel's 9th animated original series.
Shorty McShorts' Shorts 2006–2007 Produced by Disney Television Animation.
Handy Manny 2006–2013 Produced by Nelvana. Playhouse Disney's 7th animated original series.
Bunnytown 2007–2009 Produced by Baker Coogan Productions and Spiffy Pictures. Playhouse Disney's 8th animated original series. live action/animation hybrid.
Phineas and Ferb 2007–2015 Produced by Disney Television Animation. Disney Channel's 10th animated original series.
My Friends Tigger & Pooh 2007–2010 Produced by Disney Television Animation. Playhouse Disney's 9th animated original series. Second animated series featuring Winnie the Pooh.
Upin & Ipin 2007–present Produced by Les' Copaque Production Sdn. Bhd., animation production Walt Disney Television Animation (Malaysia) and ITV Studios, in association with TV9 (Malaysia) and Disney Channel Asia. Disney Channel's 4th animated original series. First animated series featuring Upin and Ipin.
Monster Buster Club 2008–2010 Produced by Jetix EUROPE. Jetix's 7th original series.
Cars Toons: Mater's Tall Tales 2008–2013 Produced by Pixar Animation Studios.
Kid vs. Kat 2009–2011 Produced by Studio B Productions, in association with YTV.
Stitch! 2008–2011 Produced by Walt Disney Television Animation Japan, Inc., Madhouse and Shin-Ei Animation, in association with Disney Channel Asia. Disney Channel's 3rd animated original series is Disney's 2nd anime series, seventh series based on the Disney animation canon of Lilo & Stitch: The Series.
Special Agent Oso 2009–2012 Produced by Disney Television Animation. Playhouse Disney's 10th animated original series.
Jungle Junction 2009–2012 Produced by Spider Eye Productions. Playhouse Disney's 11th animated original series.
Jimmy Two-Shoes 2009–2012 Produced by Studio B Productions, in association with YTV.
Fish Hooks 2010–2014 Produced by Disney Television Animation. Disney Channel's 11th animated original series.
Kick Buttowski: Suburban Daredevil 2010–2013 Produced by Disney Television Animation. Disney XD's 1st animated original series.
Take Two with Phineas and Ferb 2010–2011 Produced by Disney Television Animation. Co-produced by Hieroglyphic Productions. live action/animation hybrid
Special Agent Oso: Three Healthy Steps 2011–2013 Produced by Disney Television Animation.
A Poem Is... 2011–2013 Produced by Disney Television Animation.
Motorcity 2012–2013 Produced by Disney Television Animation. Co-produced with Titmouse, Inc.. Disney XD's 2nd animated original series.
Tron: Uprising 2012–2013 Produced by Disney Television Animation. Co-produced by Sean Bailey Productions. Disney XD's 3rd original series, based on the Tron franchise.
Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja 2012–2015 Produced by Disney Television Animation; Co-produced with Titmouse, Inc., Boulder Media Limited and Rough Draft Studios Korea Co., Ltd. Disney XD's 4th animated original series.
Gravity Falls 2012–2016 Produced by Disney Television Animation. Disney Channel's 12th animated original series.
Ultimate Spider-Man 2012–2017 Produced by Marvel Animation.
Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. 2013–2015 Produced by Marvel Animation.
Wander Over Yonder 2013–2016 Produced by Disney Television Animation. Disney Channel's 13th animated original series.
The 7D 2014–2016 Produced by Disney Television Animation. Disney XD's 5th original series.
Ongoing
Jake and the Never Land Pirates 2011–present Produced by Disney Television Animation. Disney Junior's 1st original series.
Mickey Mousekersize 2011–present Produced by Disney Television Animation.
Minnie's Bow-Toons 2011–present Produced by Disney Television Animation.
Doc McStuffins 2012–present Produced by Brown Bag Films; Disney Junior's 2nd original series.
Avengers Assemble 2013–present Produced by Marvel Animation.
Mickey Mouse 2013–present Produced by Disney Television Animation. Created in the spirit of the classic theatrical shorts.
Henry Hugglemonster 2013–present Produced by Brown Bag Films. Disney Junior's 3rd original series.
Sofia the First 2013–present Produced by Disney Television Animation. Disney Junior's 4th original series.
Sheriff Callie's Wild West 2014–present Produced by Wild Brain. Disney Junior's 5th original series.
Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero 2014–present Produced by Disney Television Animation.
Star Wars Rebels 2014–present Produced by Lucasfilm.
Miles from Tomorrowland 2015–present Produced by Wild Canary Animation.
Star vs. the Forces of Evil 2015–present Produced by Disney Television Animation.
Two More Eggs 2015–present Produced by Disney Television Animation. Co-produced with Citywide Hoop Champs, Inc.
Descendants: Wicked World 2015–present Produced by Disney Television Animation.
Pickle and Peanut 2015–present Produced by Disney Television Animation.
Guardians of the Galaxy 2015–present Produced by Marvel Animation.
Star Darlings 2015–present
The Lion Guard 2015–present Produced by Disney Television Animation.
Elena of Avalor 2016–present Produced by Disney Television Animation.
Future-Worm! Produced by Disney Television Animation.
Milo Murphy's Law Produced by Disney Television Animation.
Mickey and the Roadster Racers 2017–present Produced by Disney Television Animation.

ABC[edit]

Touchstone Television/ABC Studios[edit]

Title Year Network Notes
8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter 2002–05 ABC as Touchstone Television; co-production with Shady Acres Entertainment and Flody Co.
According to Jim 2001–09 ABC as Touchstone Television until 2007; co-production with Tracy Newman, Jonathan Stark, and Brad Grey
Alias 2001–06 ABC as Touchstone Television; co-production with Bad Robot Productions
The Amazing Race 2001–present CBS as Touchstone Television until 2007; co-production with CBS Television Studios and Jerry Bruckheimer Television
American Crime 2015–present ABC co-production with Stearns Castle Entertainment and International Famous Players Radio Pictures Corporation
American Housewife 2016–present ABC co-production with Kapital Entertainment, Eight Sisters, Inc. and Wiener & Schwartz Productions
Army Wives 2007–13 Lifetime co-production with The Mark Gordon Company
The Astronaut Wives Club 2015 ABC co-production with Fake Empire Productions and Groundswell Productions
The Beast 2001 ABC as Touchstone Television; co-production with Imagine Television
Betrayal 2013–14 ABC
Black-ish 2014–present ABC co-production with Khalabo Ink Society, Wilmore Films, Cinema Gypsy Productions and Principato-Young Entertainment
Blossom 1990–95 NBC as Touchstone Television;[1] co-production with Impact Zone Productions and Witt-Thomas Productions
Bob Patterson 2001 ABC co-production with Angel Ark Productions and 20th Century Fox Television
Body of Proof 2011–13 ABC co-production with Matthew Gross Entertainment
Brothers & Sisters 2006–11 ABC as Touchstone Television until 2007; co-production with Berlanti Television and After Portsmouth
Brotherly Love 1995–96 NBC/The WB Season 1 produced by Touchstone Television. Season 2 produced by Walt Disney Television
Boy Meets World 1993–2000 ABC as Touchstone Television;[1] co-production with Michael Jacobs Productions
Cane 2007 CBS co-production with CBS Paramount Network Television
Carol & Company 1990 NBC as Touchstone Television[1]
Carpoolers 2007–08 ABC co-production with DreamWorks Television, T.R.O.N.T and 3 Arts Entertainment
Castle 2009–16 ABC co-production with Beacon Pictures, The Barry Schindel Company (season one), Experimental Pictures (2009-2013) and Milmar Pictures (2013–2016)
The Catch 2016–present ABC co-production with ShondaLand
Cavemen 2007 ABC co-production with Double Vision Productions and 360 Television
Clerks: The Animated Series 2000 ABC as Touchstone Television; co-production with Miramax Television
Clone High 2002–03 MTV as Touchstone Television; co-production with Nelvana and MTV
Code Black 2015–present CBS co-production with CBS Television Studios and Michael Seitzman's Pictures
Commander in Chief 2005–06 ABC as Touchstone Television; co-production with Battle Plan Productions and Steven Bochco Productions
Conviction 2016–present ABC co-production with Double Fried Productions and The Mark Gordon Company
Cougar Town 2009–15 ABC/TBS co-production with Doozer and Coquette Productions
Courting Alex 2006 CBS co-production with Paramount Television; as Touchstone Television
Criminal Minds 2005–present CBS as Touchstone Television until 2007; co-production with CBS Television Studios and The Mark Gordon Company
Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders 2016–present CBS co-production with CBS Television Studios, The Mark Gordon Company and Erica Messer Productions
Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior 2011 CBS co-production with CBS Television Studios
Crumbs 2006 ABC as Touchstone Television[1] co-production with Marco Pennette Productions
Daddio 2000 NBC as Touchstone Television; co-production with Big Fan
Day Break 2006–08 ABC/TV One as Touchstone Television in 2006
Designated Survivor 2016–present ABC co-production with Kinberg Genre and The Mark Gordon Company
Desperate Housewives 2004–12 ABC as Touchstone Television until 2007; co-production with Cherry Productions
Detroit 1-8-7 2010–11 ABC
Devious Maids 2013–16 Lifetime co-production with Cherry/Wind Productions and Televisa International
Dirt 2007–08 FX as Touchstone Television until 2007;[1] co-production with Coquette Productions and Matthew Carnahan Circus Products
Dirty Sexy Money 2007–09 ABC
Donas de Casa Desesperadas RedeTV! A exclusive version of Desperate Housewives for Brazil
Dr. Ken 2015–present ABC co-production with Sony Pictures Television, Old Charlie Productions and Davis Entertainment
Eli Stone 2008–09 ABC
Ellen 1994–98 ABC as Touchstone Television;[1] co-production with the Black/Marlens Company
Empire 2005 ABC Miniseries
Empty Nest 1988–95 NBC as Touchstone Television;[1] co-production with Witt-Thomas Productions
The Family 2016 ABC co-production with Mandeville Television and Minnesota Logging Company
The Fanelli Boys 1990–91 NBC as Touchstone Television;[1] co-production with KTMB
Felicity 1998–02 The WB as Touchstone Television; co-production with Imagine Television
FlashForward 2009–10 ABC co-production with HBO Entertainment and Phantom Four Films
Galavant 2015–16 ABC co-production with Rhode Island Ave. Productions
Gary Unmarried 2008–10 CBS co-production with CBS Television Studios, and Rude Mood Productions
The Gates 2010 ABC
GCB 2012 ABC
Ghost Whisperer 2005–10 CBS as Touchstone Television until 2007; co-production with CBS Television Studios and Sander/Moses Productions
Gideon's Crossing 2000–01 ABC
The Golden Girls 1985–92 NBC as Touchstone Television;[1] co-production with Witt-Thomas-Harris Productions
The Golden Palace 1992–93 CBS as Touchstone Television
Grandfathered 2015–16 Fox co-production with 20th Century Fox Television, Rhode Island Ave. Productions and Consolidated Chunworks
Grey's Anatomy 2005–present ABC as Touchstone Television until 2007, co-production with ShondaLand and The Mark Gordon Company
Happy Endings 2011–13 ABC co-production with Sony Pictures Television, FanFare and Shark Vs Bear
Hello Ladies 2013 HBO
Herman's Head 1991–94 Fox as Touchstone Television[1]
Homeboys In Outer Space 1996–97 UPN co-production with Sweet Loraine Productions; as Touchstone Television
Home Improvement 1991–99 ABC as Touchstone Television[1]
Hope & Faith 2003–06 ABC as Touchstone Television; co-production with Industry Entertainment
How to Get Away with Murder 2014–present ABC co-production with ShondaLand and Nowalk Entertainment
Hull High 1990–91 NBC as Touchstone Television
Imagine That 2002 NBC as Touchstone Television; co-production with Columbia TriStar Television and Seth Kurland Productions
In Case of Emergency 2007 ABC co-production with Howard J. Morris Productions and Bushwacker Productions; as Touchstone Television
In Justice 2006 ABC as Touchstone Television
Intelligence 2014 CBS co-production with CBS Television Studios, and Barry Schindel Company
In the Game 2005 ABC as Touchstone Television
In the Motherhood 2009 ABC co-production with Cabloom! and Mindshare Entertainment
It's All Relative 2003–04 ABC as Touchstone Television
Jimmy Kimmel Live! 2003–present ABC as Touchstone Television until 2007, co-production with Jackhole Productions
The Job 2001–02 ABC as Touchstone Television; co-production with The Cloudland Company, Apostle and DreamWorks Television
Kevin Hill 2004–05 UPN as Touchstone Television
Kingdom Hospital 2004 ABC co-production with Sony Pictures Television and Mark Carliner Productions
The Knights of Prosperity 2007 ABC as Touchstone Television; co-production with B&B Productions and Worldwide Pants Incorporated
Kyle XY 2006–09 ABC Family as Touchstone Television until 2006; co-production with Kyle XY Productions and BenderSpink Productions
Legend of the Seeker 2008–10 Syndication co-production with Renaissance Pictures
Less than Perfect 2002–06 ABC co-production with Nina Wass and Eugene Stein; as Touchstone Television
Life as We Know It 2004–05 ABC co-production with Sachs/Judah Productions
Life on Mars 2008–09 ABC co-production with 20th Century Fox Television
Life with Bonnie 2002–04 ABC co-production with Bonnie Hunt's Bob & Alice Productions; as Touchstone Television
Line of Fire 2003–04 ABC co-production with Battle Plan Productions and DreamWorks Television; as Touchstone Television
Lost 2004–10 ABC as Touchstone Television until 2007; co-production with Bad Robot Productions
Lost at Home 2003 ABC as Touchstone Television; co-production with Michael Jacobs Productions and NBC Studios
Lucky 7 2013 ABC co-production with Amblin Television, Remainder Men and The Beekeeper's Apprentice
Manhattan Love Story 2014 ABC
Man Up! 2011 ABC
Marvel's Agent Carter 2015–16 ABC co-production with Marvel Television, and F&B Fazekas & Butters
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. 2013–present ABC co-production with Marvel Television, and Mutant Enemy Productions
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Slingshot 2016–present ABC.com co-production with ABC Studios, and Marvel Television
Marvel's Cloak & Dagger 2018 Freeform co-production with Marvel Television, and ABC Signature Studios
Marvel's Damage Control 2017 ABC co-production with Marvel Television
Marvel's Daredevil 2015–present Netflix co-production with Marvel Television, DeKnight Prods. (season one), and Goddard Textiles
Marvel's The Defenders 2017 Netflix co-production with Marvel Television, and Goddard Textiles
Marvel's Inhumans 2017 ABC co-production with Marvel Television, and IMAX Corporation
Marvel's Iron Fist 2017 Netflix co-production with Marvel Television
Marvel's Jessica Jones 2015–present Netflix co-production with Marvel Television, and Tall Girls Productions
Marvel's Luke Cage 2016–present Netflix co-production with Marvel Television
Marvel's The Punisher 2017 Netflix co-production with Marvel Television
Maybe It's Me 2001–02 The WB as Touchstone Television; co-production with SamJen Productions and Warner Bros. Television
Maybe This Time 1995–96 ABC as Touchstone Television;[1] co-production with Michael Jacobs Productions
Monk 2002–09 USA as Touchstone Television (final surviving series to carry the Touchstone Television logo); co-production with Mandeville Films and Universal Cable Productions
Miracles 2003 ABC co-production with David Greenbalt Productions; as Touchstone Television
Missing 2012 ABC co-production with Upcountry Productions
Mistresses 2013–16 ABC co-production with Ecosse Films and Tsiporah
Mixology 2014 ABC
The Muppets 2015–16 ABC co-production with The Muppets Studio and Bill Prady Productions
The Muppets' Wizard of Oz 2005 ABC as Touchstone Television; co-production with Fox Television Studios
My Generation 2010 ABC co-production with 26 Keys Productions
My Wife and Kids 2001–05 ABC as Touchstone Television; co-production with Wayans Bros. Entertainment and Impact Zone Productions
Nashville 2012–present ABC/CMT co-production with Lionsgate Television, Walk And Chew Gum, Inc., Cutler Productions (season one) Small Wishes and Opry Entertainment
The Neighbors 2012–14 ABC co-production with 17-28 Black, Inc. and Kapital Entertainment
No Ordinary Family 2010–11 ABC co-production with Oh That Gus! Inc. and Berlanti Television
Notorious 2016–present ABC co-production with Sony Pictures Television and Osprey Productions
Nowhere Man 1995–96 UPN as Touchstone Television;[1] co-production with Lawrence Hertzog Productions
Nurses 1991–94 NBC as Touchstone Television[1]
The Nutt House 1989 NBC as Touchstone Television;[1] co-production with Brooksfilms Television and Alan Spencer Productions
October Road 2007–08 ABC
Of Kings and Prophets 2016 ABC co-production with BoomGen Studios, Philotimo Factory and Jason T. Reed Productions
Off the Map 2011 ABC co-production with ShondaLand and Minnesota Logging Company
Once and Again 1999–02 ABC as Touchstone Television; co-production with Bedford Falls Productions
Once Upon a Time 2011–present ABC co-production with Kitsis/Horowitz
Once Upon a Time in Wonderland 2013–14 ABC
Perception 2012–15 TNT
The PJs 1999–2001 Fox/The WB as Touchstone Television; co-production with Imagine Television, Eddie Murphy Productions, and Will Vilton Studios
Playmakers 2003 ESPN as Touchstone Television, produced as/on behalf of ESPN
Popular 1999–2001 The WB as Touchstone Television; co-production with Ryan Murphy Productions, Roundtable Ink and The Shephard/Robin Company
Private Practice 2007–13 ABC co-production with ShondaLand and The Mark Gordon Company
The Protector 2011 Lifetime co-production with Wass-Stein Productions
Quantico 2015–present ABC co-production with Random Acts Productions and The Mark Gordon Company
The Real O'Neals 2016–present ABC co-production with Windsor & Johnson Productions and di Bonaventura Television
Reaper 2007–09 The CW co-production with The Mark Gordon Company, Fazekas & Butters and Dark Baby Productions
Red Band Society 2014–15 Fox co-production with Amblin Television and Filmax International
Red Widow 2013 ABC co-production with Endemol
Resurrection 2014–15 ABC co-production with Plan B Entertainment
Revenge 2011–15 ABC co-production with Page Fright (2011-2013) and Temple Hill Entertainment
Ringer 2011–12 The CW co-production with Green Eggs And Pam Productions, Inc., Brillstein Entertainment Partners, CBS Television Studios and Warner Bros. Television
The River 2012 ABC co-production with Haunted Movies, J.A. Green Construction Corp. and Amblin Television
Rodney 2004–06 ABC as Touchstone Television
Romy and Michele: In the Beginning 2005 ABC Family as Touchstone Television
Ruby & The Rockits 2009 ABC Family co-production with Shaun Cassidy Productions
Samantha Who? 2007–09 ABC co-production with Donald Todd Productions
Scandal 2012–present ABC co-production with ShondaLand
Scoundrels 2010 ABC co-production with Long Run Productions
Scrubs 2001–10 NBC/ABC as Touchstone Television until 2007; co-production with Doozer
Secrets and Lies 2015–present ABC co-production with Avenue K Productions and Hoodlum Kapital Entertainment
Six Degrees 2006–07 ABC co-production with Nosebleed Productions
Speechless 2016–present ABC co-production with 20th Century Fox Television, Silver & Gold Productions and The Detective Agency
Sports Night 1998–2000 ABC as Touchstone Television
State of Georgia 2011 ABC Family
Teen Angel 1997–1998 ABC as Touchstone Television; co-production with Spooky Magic Productions
Threat Matrix 2003–04 ABC as Television Television
Tilt 2004 ESPN produced as/on behalf of ESPN
The Wayne Brady Show 2001–02 Syndicated co-production with Brad Grey and Don Mischer; as Buena Vista Television
Three Moons Over Milford 2006 ABC Family as Touchstone Television
Trophy Wife 2013–14 ABC co-production with Quantity Entertainment
Ugly Betty 2006–10 ABC as Touchstone Television until 2007; co-production with Silent H Productions, Ventanarosa Productions and Reveille Productions
Uncle Buck 2016 ABC co-production with Universal Television, Overwhelmed Productions and Will Packer Productions
Unhappily Ever After 1995–99 The WB as Touchstone Television[1]
Veritas: The Quest 2003 ABC co-production with Patrick Massett and John Zinman
The Vineyard 2013 ABC Family co-production with 25/7 Productions
Wednesday 9:30 (8:30 Central) 2002 ABC as Touchstone Television; co-production with The Cloudland Company
What About Brian 2006–07 ABC as Touchstone Television; co-production with Bad Robot Productions
Where I Live 1993 ABC as Touchstone Television[1]
The Whispers 2015 ABC co-production with Clickety-Clack Productions and Amblin Television
Wicked City 2015 ABC co-production with Mandeville Television
Wildside 1985 ABC as Touchstone Television
Wonderland 2000 ABC as Touchstone Television
Woops! 1992 Fox as Touchstone Television[1]
Zoe, Duncan, Jack and Jane 1999–2000 The WB as Touchstone Television; co-production with Micheal Jacobs Productions
Zero Hour 2013 ABC co-production with Clickety-Clack Productions and di Bonaventura Pictures

ABC Entertainment[edit]

Disney-ABC Domestic Television[edit]

Other ABC production companies[edit]

ABC Family Worldwide[edit]

BVS Entertainment[edit]

These programs are currently owned by Saban Brands.

Saban Entertainment[edit]

Saban International Paris[edit]

Some or most series had all but featured the "Saban's" corporate bug in their title. Other series were acquired from Jean Chalopin and his company Créativité & Développement.

DIC Entertainment[edit]

Saban/BVS International held international distribution rights to 15 classic DIC programs, which DIC re-acquired in 2006. Most of these programs are currently owned by DHX Media, with the exceptions of Hulk Hogan's Rock 'n' Wrestling and Zoobilee Zoo.

Foreign series[edit]

Saban Entertainment dubbed and or distributed the following foreign television series in English:

Fox Kids Worldwide[edit]
DePatie-Freleng Enterprises[edit]
Title Years Network Notes
The Super 6 1966–1967 NBC[N 21]
Super President 1967–1968 NBC
Here Comes the Grump 1969–1971 NBC Rights now owned by SFM Entertainment
The Pink Panther Show 1969–1980 NBC/ABC co-production with United Artists Television and Mirisch Films[N 21]
Doctor Dolittle 1970–1971 NBC co-production with 20th Century Fox Television
The Barkleys 1972–1973 NBC
The Houndcats 1972–1973 NBC co-production with Viacom Enterprises[N 22]
Bailey's Comets 1973–1975 CBS
The Oddball Couple 1975 ABC co-production with Paramount Television[N 22]
Return to the Planet of the Apes 1975–1976 NBC co-production with 20th Century Fox Television
Baggy Pants and the Nitwits 1977–1978 NBC
What's New, Mr. Magoo? 1977–1979 CBS co-production with United Productions of America
The New Fantastic Four 1978 NBC co-production with Marvel Comics Animation
Spider-Woman 1979–1980 ABC co-production with Marvel Comics Animation
Marvel Productions[edit]
Show Year Network Notes
Spider-Man 1981 Syndication Marvel property[15]
Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends 1981 NBC[16] Marvel property, paired with The Incredible Hulk[15][17]
The Incredible Hulk 1982 NBC Marvel property, paired with Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends[15][17]
Meatballs & Spaghetti 1982 CBS co-production with InterMedia Entertainment Company[18]
Pandamonium 1982 CBS co-production with InterMedia Entertainment Company
Dungeons & Dragons 1983 CBS co-production with TSR Entertainment/Dungeons and Dragons Entertainment Corp[19]
Jim Henson's Muppet Babies 1984 CBS based on Jim Henson's Muppets,[20] paired with Little Muppet Monsters as Muppets, Babies and Monsters[21]
The Transformers 1984 Syndication based on Hasbro toyline of same name[22]
Pink Panther and Sons 1984 NBC as DePatie-Freleng Enterprises, co-production with Hanna-Barbera Productions[citation needed]
Jim Henson's Little Muppet Monsters September 14, 1985 - September 28, 1985 CBS based on Jim Henson's Muppets, paired with Muppet Babies as Muppets, Babies and Monsters[21]
G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero 1985 Syndication based on Hasbro toyline of same name
Super Sunday (aka Super Saturday) 1985 Syndication based on Hasbro toyline of same name
Jem and the Holograms 1986 based on Hasbro toyline of same name[23]
Inhumanoids 1986 based on Hasbro toyline of same name
My Little Pony 'n Friends 1986 Syndication based on Hasbro toyline of same name
Defenders of the Earth 1986 Syndication co-production with King Features Syndicate
Fraggle Rock 1987 NBC based on Henson's Fraggle Rock[20]
Little Wizards 1987 ABC
Dino-Riders 1988 Syndication aired as part of the Marvel Action Universe block
RoboCop 1988 Syndication co-production with Orion Pictures; aired as part of Marvel Action Universe
X-Men: Pryde of the X-Men 1989 Syndication aired on the Marvel Action Universe block as a pilot for an X-Men series
Attack of the Killer Tomatoes 1990 FOX co-production with Fox Children's Productions
Kid 'n Play 1990–1991 NBC co-production with Saban Entertainment
Bucky O'Hare and the Toad Wars 1991–1992 Syndication co-production with Abrams/Gentile Entertainment, Continuity Comics, IDDH, and Sunbow Productions[24]
Biker Mice from Mars 1993 Syndication studio known as New World Animation onwards, co-production with Brentwood Television Funnies
The Pink Panther 1993 Syndication as DePatie-Freleng Enterprises, co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Animation
The Incredible Hulk 1996 UPN

The Muppets Studio[edit]

Marvel Entertainment[edit]

Title Original airing Network Notes / Refs
Agent Carter 2015–16 ABC 18 episodes. Part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Ongoing
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. 2013–present ABC Part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Daredevil 2015–present Netflix Part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Renewed for a third season.
Jessica Jones Part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Both renewed for a second season.
Luke Cage 2016–present
Legion 2017–present FX Not part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe nor the X-Men film Universe[25]
Picked up for series
Iron Fist 2017 Netflix Part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.[26][27]
The Defenders
The Punisher
Inhumans ABC Part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Centered on Black Bolt and other members of the Inhuman Royal Family; co-production with IMAX Corporation. Versions of the first two episodes will screen in IMAX theaters before its premiere on ABC.[28]
Cloak & Dagger 2018 Freeform Part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.[29][30][31]
In development
Damage Control TBA ABC Part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Based on Damage Control. Put pilot order.[32]
Untitled John Ridley-developed series [33][34]
Untitled Marvel comedy TBD [35]
Empire of the Dead AMC [36]
Untitled Matt Nix-developed series Fox Put pilot order. Part of the X-Men film Universe.[37]
Runaways Hulu Pilot order, along with additional scripts.[38]
Untitled New Warriors comedy TBD Based on New Warriors, and will feature Squirrel Girl.[39]

Lucasfilm Ltd.[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g Rights now owned by DHX Media.
  2. ^ a b Currently distributed by Lionsgate under license from Alien Productions.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q Rights now owned by Saban Brands.
  4. ^ Currently owned by Scholastic Corporation, with distribution rights licensed to Cake Entertainment.
  5. ^ a b c d e CinéGroupe's rights are now owned by Henry Gagnon Distribution.
  6. ^ U.S. version now owned by StudioCanal.
  7. ^ a b c d Rights reverted back to Nippon Animation.
  8. ^ Currently distributed by The Kushner-Locke Company.
  9. ^ Rights now owned by m4e AG.
  10. ^ a b Rights reverted back to Fujisankei Communications Group.
  11. ^ Rights now owned by Mediatoon.
  12. ^ Rights now owned by Studio 100 Media.
  13. ^ a b c d e f g h Rights reverted back to Tatsunoko Production.
  14. ^ a b Currently distributed by Discotek Media.
  15. ^ Rights reverted back to Pierrot Co., Ltd..
  16. ^ Disney's rights will revert back to China Film Group Corporation in October 2022.
  17. ^ Rights reverted back to Norddeutscher Rundfunk.
  18. ^ Rights reverted back to Sanrio.
  19. ^ Currently distributed by Sentai Filmworks.
  20. ^ Rights now owned by Howie Mandel, with distribution rights licensed to Splash Entertainment.
  21. ^ a b Rights owned by MGM Television.
  22. ^ a b Rights owned by CBS Television Studios.

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