List of Warner Bros. Television programs

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This is a list of television series produced, distributed or owned by Warner Bros. Television. This list also includes shows produced or distributed by Warner Bros. Animation, Warner Horizon Television, Lorimar Television, Telepictures, Castle Rock Entertainment, New Line Television, HBO, Turner Broadcasting System, Adult Swim, CNN, Cartoon Network and Boomerang.

Warner Bros. Television[edit]

Title Years Network Notes
Warner Bros. Presents 1955–1956 ABC
Cheyenne 1955–1963 ABC
Conflict 1956–1957 ABC
Sugarfoot 1957–1960 ABC
Colt .45
Maverick 1957–1962 ABC
Lawman 1958–1962 ABC
Bronco
77 Sunset Strip 1958–1964 ABC
The Alaskans 1959–1960 ABC
Bourbon Street Beat
Hawaiian Eye 1959–1963 ABC
The Bugs Bunny Show 1960–2000 ABC, CBS
The Roaring Twenties 1960–1962 ABC
Surfside 6
Room for One More 1962 ABC
The Gallant Men[1] 1962–1963 ABC
GE True CBS
The Dakotas 1963 ABC
Temple Houston 1963–1964 NBC co-production with Apollo Productions, Inc.
Wendy and Me 1964–1965 ABC co-production with Natwill Productions
No Time for Sergeants
F Troop 1965–1967 ABC
Mister Roberts 1965–1966 NBC
Hank
The F.B.I. 1965–1974 ABC co-production with Quinn Martin Productions
The Road Runner Show 1966–1972 CBS, ABC
The Chicago Teddy Bears 1971 CBS co-production with Dean Jones Productions, Inc.
The New Dick Van Dyke Show 1971–1974
Nichols 1971–1972 NBC co-production with Cherokee Productions
The Jimmy Stewart Show co-production with J-K/Ablidon Productions
The Merrie Melodies Show 1972 Syndication
Search 1972–1973 NBC co-production with Leslie Stevens Productions
Banyon co-production with Quinn Martin Productions
The Delphi Bureau[2] ABC
The Brian Keith Show 1972–1974 NBC co-production with Miguel Productions
The Streets of San Francisco 1972–1977 ABC co-production with Quinn Martin Productions (pilot and season one only)[3][4]
Rights now owned by CBS Television Distribution[5][6]
Kung Fu 1972–1975 ABC
The Cowboys 1974 ABC
Kodiak distribution only; produced by Kodiak Productions
The New Land (TV series)
Shoulder to Shoulder BBC mini-series; co-production with the BBC
Harry O 1974–1976 ABC
Give-n-Take 1975 CBS
The Neighbors 1975–1976 ABC
Wonder Woman 1975–1979 ABC, CBS co-production with The Douglas S. Cramer Company and Bruce Lansbury Productions, Ltd.; DC Comics (owners of the Wonder Woman copyright) was itself wholly owned by Warner Communications by this time[citation needed]
Adam 1976–1983
Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle 1976–1980 CBS co-production with Filmation Associates
Alice 1976–1985 CBS based on the 1974 film Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore
Code R 1977 CBS
The New Adventures of Batman co-production with Filmation Associates and DC Comics
Rafferty
Second Chance ABC
Roots
The Fitzpatricks 1977–1978 CBS
The Daffy Duck Show 1978–1979 NBC
Roots: The Next Generations 1979 ABC mini-series; co-production with The Wolper Organization[7]
Time Express[8] CBS
Dorothy co-production with The Konigsberg Company[9] & Davis-Carroll Productions
California Fever co-production with Lou Step Productions
The Dukes of Hazzard 1979–1985 CBS co-production with Paul R. Picard Productions, Piggy Productions (season 1) and Lou Step Productions (seasons 2–7)
This Old House 1979–present PBS Distribution only for syndication;[10] primarily produced by WGBH-TV and This Old House Ventures
Young Maverick 1979–1980 CBS
Flo 1980–1981 CBS
Enos co-production with Lou Step Productions[11]
Freebie and the Bean[12]
Park Place 1981 CBS
Private Benjamin 1981–1983 CBS
Love, Sidney NBC
Bret Maverick 1981–1982 NBC co-production with Cherokee Productions
Bare Essence 1983 NBC
The Thorn Birds ABC mini-series; co-production with Edward Lewis Productions[13]
Casablanca NBC
The Dukes CBS co-production with Hanna-Barbera
Wizards and Warriors co-produced by Don Reo Productions[14]
High Performance ABC
Goodnight, Beantown 1983–1984 CBS co-production with Bixby-Brandon Productions
The Mississippi
The Yellow Rose NBC co-produced with John Wilder-Michael Zinberg Productions
Scarecrow and Mrs. King 1983–1987 CBS co-production with Shoot the Moon Enterprises and B&E Enterprises
Steambath 1984 Showtime co-production with Joe Byrne/Falrose and Pollock/Davis, Inc.
V 1984–1985 NBC co-production with Daniel H. Blatt-Robert Singer Productions
Night Court 1984–1992 NBC co-production with Starry Night Productions (seasons 1–6)
Off the Rack 1984–1985 ABC co-production with Brownstone and Mugwump Productions
Eye to Eye 1985 ABC co-production with Eustis and Elias and an S. A. Vail Productions and Mut, Inc.
Double Dare CBS co-production with December Enterprises, Inc. and Wanderers Productions, Inc.
I Had Three Wives CBS co-production with Brownstone and Mugwump Productions
Spenser: For Hire 1985–1988 ABC co-production with John Wilder Productions (season 1)[15] and Jadda Productions (season 2)
Growing Pains 1985–1992 ABC co-production with Guntzelman-Sullivan-Marshall Productions (seasons 5–6)
North and South 1985–1986
1994
ABC co-production with David L. Wolper Productions
Shadow Chasers 1985–1986 ABC co-production with Kenneth Johnson/Brian Grazer Productions
Head of the Class 1986–1991 ABC co-produced with Eustis/Elias Productions
ALF (TV series) 1986–1990 NBC co-produced with Lorimar-Telepictures, Lorimar Television Productions
My Sister Sam 1986–1988 CBS co-production with Pony Productions
Shell Game 1987 CBS co-production with Lou-Step Productions
Ohara 1987–1988 ABC
Full House 1987–1995 ABC co-produced by Jeff Franklin Productions and Miller-Boyett Productions[16]
1987–1988 episodes from Lorimar-Telepictures; 1988–1993 episodes from Lorimar Television
Just in Time 1988 ABC
Police Academy 1988–1989 Syndication co-production with Ruby-Spears
Just the Ten of Us 1988–1990 ABC co-produced with Guntzelman-Sullivan-Marshall Productions
Murphy Brown 1988–1998
2018
CBS co-produced with Shukovsky English Entertainment
A Man Called Hawk 1989 ABC
Beetlejuice 1989–1991 ABC
Fox Kids
co-production with The Geffen Film Company and Nelvana
Tales from the Crypt 1989–1996 HBO WB has international distribution rights outside the US as well as Home Video rights
domestic media rights are with 20th Century Fox Television[17]
Life Goes On 1989–1993 ABC co-produced with Toots Productions
Family Matters 1989–1998 ABC, CBS 1989–1993 episodes from Lorimar Television (seasons 1–4)
Molloy 1990 FOX co-production with The Lee Rich Company
The Flash 1990–1991 CBS co-production with Pet Fly Productions
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 1990–1996 NBC co-production with The Stuffed Dog Company, Quincy Jones Productions (1990–1993) (seasons 1–3), Quincy Jones/David Salzman Entertainment (1993–1996) (seasons 4–6) and NBC Productions; NBCUniversal owns the copyrights to the series, WB only handles worldwide distribution since 1994
Tiny Toon Adventures 1990–1995 Syndication, Fox Kids co-production with Amblin Entertainment
Roc 1991–1995 FOX co-production with HBO Independent Productions
Sisters 1991–1996 NBC 1991–1993 episodes from Lorimar Television (seasons 1–3)
Step By Step 1991–1998 ABC, CBS 1991–1993 episodes from Lorimar Television (seasons 1–2)
Billy 1992 ABC co-produced with Eustis/Elias Productions
Angel Street CBS co-production with John Wells And Friends
Bodies of Evidence 1992–1993 CBS
Room for Two ABC co-production with Phantom Productions
Hangin' with Mr. Cooper 1992–1997 ABC 1992–1993 episodes from Lorimar Television (season 1)
Martin FOX co-produced with You Go Boy! Productions (1994–1997) (seasons 3–5) and HBO Independent Productions
Out All Night 1992–1993 NBC co-production with Paz, Inc. Alan Haymon Productions, The Stuffed Dog Company and NBC Productions
Family Dog 1993 CBS co-production with Amblin Entertainment, Tim Burton Productions, Nelvana and Universal Television; WB has international distribution rights outside the US, domestic distribution rights are handled by NBCUniversal Television Distribution and Studios USA Television[18]
Tall Hopes
The Trouble with Larry co-production with Highest Common Denominator Productions and Meleager Productions
It Had to Be You co-production with Highest Common Denominator Productions
Family Album
Against the Grain NBC co-produced with Magnum Productions and The Lee Rich Company[19]
Time Trax 1993–1994 PTEN 1993 episodes from Lorimar Television (season 1); co-production with Gary Nardino Productions
Getting By ABC, NBC 1993 episodes from Lorimar Television (season 1); co-production with Bickley-Warren Productions and Miller-Boyett Productions
The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr. FOX
Café Americain NBC
Animaniacs 1993–1998 Fox Kids, Kids' WB co-production with Amblin Entertainment
Living Single FOX co-produced with SisterLee Productions (1994–1998) (seasons 2–5)
Kung Fu: The Legend Continues 1993–1997 PTEN
Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman ABC co-produced with Gangbuster Films, Inc. (pilot), Roundelay Productions (1993–1994) (season 1) and December 3 Productions (1994–1997) (seasons 2–4)
The John Larroquette Show 1993–1996 NBC co-produced with Witt/Thomas Productions
Tom 1994 CBS
Free Willy ABC co-production with Regency Enterprises, Nelvana and Le Studio Canal+[20]
Daddy's Girls CBS co-production with Carydan Productions and Witt/Thomas Productions
The George Carlin Show 1994–1995 FOX co-production with Sweet Freedom Productions and Main Sequence
On Our Own ABC co-produced with Lightkeeper Productions, De Passe Entertainment and Miller-Boyett Productions
Something Wilder NBC
Babylon 5 1994–1998 PTEN, TNT co-production with Babylonian Productions
Friends 1994–2004 NBC co-produced with Bright/Kauffman/Crane Productions
ER 1994–2009 NBC co-produced with Amblin Entertainment, John Wells Productions and Constant c Productions
Pointman 1995 PTEN co-production with Pointman Productions
History of Rock 'n' Roll Documentary mini-series; co-production with Andrew Solt Productions, QDE, Telepictures Productions, and Time-Life Video & Television
Muscle The WB co-produced with Witt/Thomas Productions and Boone County Productions
Medicine Ball FOX
The Great Defender
Charlie Grace ABC co-production with Wings Productions and December 3 Productions
The Monroes
Double Rush CBS
Dweebs
New York News
The Wayans Bros. 1995–1999 The WB co-produced with BabyWay Productions & Next to Last Productions[21]
The Parent 'Hood co-produced with The Townsend Entertainment Company (1995–1999) (seasons 2–5), Highest Common Denominator Productions (1995) (season 1), and Warren & Rinsler Productions (1995–1998) (seasons 2–4)
In the House NBC, UPN, Syndication co-production with Winifred Hervey Productions, Quincy Jones/David Salzman Entertainment and NBC Productions (seasons 1–2); NBC Studios (1996–1998) (seasons 3–5); WB takes over production from season 5 onwards
Hope and Gloria 1995–1996 NBC co-produced with Team Steinkellner Productions
High Society CBS co-production with JVTV and Look Ma Productions
Bless This House co-produced with Mohawk Productions
The Client co-production with Michael Filerman Productions and Judith Paige Mitchell Productions
Minor Adjustments NBC, UPN
Too Something FOX
Kirk 1995–1997 The WB co-produced with Bickley-Warren Productions and Jeff Franklin Productions
Ace Ventura: Pet Detective 1995–2000 CBS, Nickelodeon co-production with Morgan Creek Productions and Nelvana
Rights now owned by Revolution Studios (copyrights), Shout! Factory (U.S. distribution), and Miramax (international distribution)
The Drew Carey Show 1995–2004 ABC co-produced with Mohawk Productions
The Gumby Show 1995–1992
MADtv 1995–2009 FOX
Access Hollywood 1996–present Syndication produced by NBC Studios; WB took control of the distribution of the series in 1999 from 20th Television, WB stopped distributing Access in 2001
Lush Life 1996 FOX co-produced with SisterLee Productions
Party Girl
The Show
Local Heroes
Mr. & Mrs. Smith CBS co-produced by Page Two Productions & Bakula Productions[22]
My Guys co-production with Cherp Productions and Witt/Thomas Productions
Common Law ABC
Life with Roger 1996–1997 The WB
Pearl CBS co-production with Impact Zone Productions and Witt/Thomas Productions
Nick Freno: Licensed Teacher 1996–1998 The WB co-produced with Warren and Rinsler Productions
The Fantastic Voyages of Sinbad the Sailor[23] Cartoon Network co-produced with Fred Wolf Films[23]
Suddenly Susan 1996–2000 NBC
The Jamie Foxx Show 1996–2001 The WB co-produced with Bent Outta Shape Productions and Foxxhole Productions
Chicago Sons 1997 NBC co-production with Three Sisters Entertainment
Prince Street NBC
Spy Game ABC co-production with McNamara Paper Products, Inc., Renaissance Pictures and Universal Television
Leaving L.A. ABC
The Shining ABC
Meego CBS
Built to Last NBC
La Femme Nikita 1997–2001 CTV, USA[24] co-produced with Baton Broadcasting, LPN Productions, Inc. and Fireworks Entertainment
The New Adventures of Zorro 1997–1998 Syndication co-produced with Fred Wolf Films
Police Academy: The Series
Veronica's Closet 1997–2000 NBC co-produced with Bright/Kauffman/Crane Productions
The New Adventures of Robin Hood 1997–1999 TNT, Syndication co-produced with Dune Productions and M6
Prey 1998 ABC co-production with Edelson Productions and Lars Thorwald Inc.
Just in Time
Kelly Kelly The WB
Maximum Bob ABC
The Brian Benben Show CBS co-production with CBS Productions
The Closer CBS
Vengeance Unlimited 1998–1999 ABC co-production with McNamara Paper Products
Trinity NBC co-production with John Wells Productions
Brimstone FOX co-production with Lars Thorwald Inc.
Hyperion Bay The WB co-produced with South Productions
Two of a Kind ABC co-produced with Griffard/Adler Productions, Dualstar Productions and Miller-Boyett-Warren Productions
Jesse 1998–2000 NBC co-produced with Bright/Kauffman/Crane Productions
For Your Love 1998–2002 NBC, The WB co-produced with SisterLee Productions
Will & Grace 1998–2006 NBC co-produced with 3 Sisters Entertainment, KoMut Entertainment, NBC Studios (1998–2004), and NBC Universal Television Studios (2004–2006); WB only handles distribution in the US, international distribution is handled by MGM Worldwide Television Distribution through NBCUniversal Television Distribution
Everything's Relative 1999 NBC
The Chimp Channel TBS co-production with Telescopic Pictures
Katie Joplin The WB
Mission Hill 1999–2002 The WB, Cartoon Network (Adult Swim) Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment and Bill Oakley/Josh Weinstein Productions
Odd Man Out 1999–2000 ABC co-produced with Frontier Pictures
The Strip UPN co-produced with Silver Pictures Television and Millar Gough Ink
The Norm Show 1999–2001 ABC co-produced with Mohawk Productions
Jack & Jill The WB co-produced with The Canton Company and 22¢ Films[25]
Third Watch 1999–2005 NBC co-produced with John Wells Productions
The West Wing 1999–2006 NBC co-produced with John Wells Productions
Code Name: Eternity 2000 Syndication
Freedom UPN
Opposite Sex FOX
Bull TNT
Hype 2000–2001 The WB co-produced with Tollin/Robbins Productions
The Fugitive CBS
Baby Blues 2000–2002 The WB (episodes 1–8), Adult Swim (episodes 9–13) co-production with King Features Syndicate,[26] Rough Draft Studios and Split the Difference Productions
Nikki The WB co-produced with Mohawk Productions
X-Men: Evolution 2000–2003 Kids' WB co-distributed with Disney–ABC Domestic Television
co-produced with Marvel Studios and Film Roman
Gilmore Girls 2000–2007 The WB, The CW co-produced with Dorothy Parker Drank Here Productions and Hofflund/Polone
Queer as Folk 2000–2005 Showtime WB has international distribution rights outside the US, domestic distribution rights are with CBS Television Distribution; produced by Tony Jonas Productions, Cowlip Productions, Temple Street Productions and Showtime Networks[27]
Citizen Baines 2001 CBS co-produced with John Wells Productions and Lydia Woodward Productions
Dark Realm Syndication
Night Visions FOX co-production with Angel/Brown Productions
Thieves ABC
Justice League 2001–2003 Cartoon Network co-produced with Warner Bros. Animation and DC Comics
The Oblongs 2001–2002 The WB, Adult Swim[28] co-produced with Jobsite Productions, Film Roman Productions, Oblong Productions and Mohawk Productions[29]
Witchblade TNT co-production with Camelot Pictures, Hotsed Pictures, Mythic Films and Top Cow Productions
The Nightmare Room Kids' WB co-production with Parachute Entertainment and Tollin/Robbins Productions
Off Centre The WB co-production with DreamWorks Television and Weitz, Weitz and Zuker
Maybe It's Me co-production with SamJen Productions and Touchstone Television
Smallville 2001–2011 The WB, The CW co-production with Tollin/Robbins Productions, Millar Gough Ink, and DC Comics
The Court 2002 ABC co-production with John Wells Productions
My Guide to Becoming a Rock Star The WB
Presidio Med 2002–2003 CBS co-production with Lydia Woodward Productions and John Wells Productions
Fastlane FOX co-production with McNamara Paper Products, Wonderland Sound and Vision and 20th Century Fox Television; WB has handle domestic distribution rights, international distribution rights outside the US are with 20th Television
Birds of Prey The WB co-produced with Tollin/Robbins Productions
Pilot co-produced by Flash Film Works
3 South MTV co-production with MTV Animation and MTV Networks[30]
Greetings from Tucson The WB co-produced by 3 Arts Entertainment and Big Ticket Television[31]
WB has international distribution rights outside the US
domestic distribution rights are with CBS Television Distribution[5][32]
Good Morning, Miami NBC
The Jamie Kennedy Experiment 2002–2004 The WB co-production with Bahr-Small Productions and Big Ticket Television; WB has international distribution rights outside the US, domestic distribution rights are with CBS Television Distribution
Everwood 2002–2006 The WB co-produced with Berlanti-Liddell Productions[33]
What I Like About You co-produced with Schneider's Bakery and Tollin/Robbins Productions
George Lopez 2002–2007 ABC co-produced with Fortis Productions and Mohawk Productions
Without a Trace 2002–2009 CBS co-produced with Jerry Bruckheimer Television, CBS Productions (2002–2006) (seasons 1–4), and CBS Paramount Network Television (2006–2009) (seasons 5–7)
Wanda at Large 2003 FOX co-produced with Mohawk Productions
Black Sash The WB co-production with The Sash Films Inc. and Tollin/Robbins Productions
Skin FOX co-produced with Jerry Bruckheimer Television and Hoosier Karma Productions
On the Spot The WB
Tarzan The WB
Star Wars: Clone Wars 2003 2003–2005 Cartoon Network co-distributed by Disney–ABC Domestic Television
Produced by Lucasfilm and Cartoon Network Studios
Run of the House 2003–2004 The WB co-produced with The Tannenbaum Company and Two Out Rally Productions[34]
Like Family co-produced with 3 Hounds Productions, MHS Productions and The Littlefield Co.
All About the Andersons
The Mullets UPN co-production with Bill Oakley/Josh Weinstein Productions and The Tannenbaum Company
I'm with Her ABC co-production with Tollin/Robbins Productions and Pennette & Henchy Productions[35]
Rock Me Baby UPN
Eve 2003–2006 UPN co-produced with The Greenblatt/Janollari Studio and Mega Diva
The O.C. 2003–2007 FOX co-produced by Hypnotic (season 1)[36]
co-production with College Hill Pictures Inc. and Wonderland Sound and Vision
All of Us UPN, The CW co-production with Overbrook Entertainment
Nip/Tuck 2003–2010 FX co-produced with Ryan Murphy Productions, Stu Segall Productions, Hands Down Entertainment[37] and The Shephard-Robin Company
Cold Case CBS co-produced with Jerry Bruckheimer Television and CBS Productions (2003–2006); CBS Paramount Network Television (2006–2009); CBS Television Studios (2009–2010)
distributed in the US by WB TV[38] & distributed internationally by CBS Studios International
One Tree Hill 2003–2012 The WB, The CW co-produced with Mastermind Laboratories and Tollin/Robbins Productions
Two and a Half Men 2003–2015 CBS co-produced with Chuck Lorre Productions and The Tannenbaum Company
The Help 2004 The WB
The D.A. ABC
Come to Papa NBC co-production with NBC Studios
Next Action Star co-production with Silver Pictures Television, NBC Studios, Brass Ring Productions and GRB Entertainment
The Stones CBS
Dr. Vegas
Jack & Bobby 2004–2005 The WB co-production with Shoe Money Productions and Berlanti-Liddell Productions
The Real Gilligan's Island TBS
The Mountain The WB co-production with Shaun Cassidy Productions and Wonderland Sound and Vision
Center of the Universe CBS co-production with Katlin/Bernstein Productions and The Tannenbaum Company
Blue Collar TV[39] 2004–2006 The WB Distribution only; produced by Bahr / Small Productions, Parallel Entertainment & Riverside Productions, Inc.[39]
Joey NBC co-produced with Bright-San Productions and Silver & Gold Productions
The Batman 2004–2008 Kids' WB, Cartoon Network[40] co-produced with Warner Bros. Animation and DC Comics
Veronica Mars 2004–2007 UPN, The CW co-produced with Stu Segall Productions, Silver Pictures Television and Rob Thomas Productions
Eyes 2005 ABC co-produced by McNamara Paper Products[41]
Hot Properties co-produced by SamJen Productions[42]
Reunion FOX co-produced by Class IV Productions and Oh That Gus!, Inc.[43]
Jonny Zero
Twins 2005–2006 The WB co-produced with KoMut Entertainment
Just Legal co-produced by Jerry Bruckheimer Television
Related
E-Ring NBC
Freddie ABC co-produced with Mohawk Productions and Hunga Rican, Excitable Boy!
Invasion co-production with Shaun Cassidy Productions[44]
The War at Home 2005–2007 FOX co-produced with Acme Productions and Rob Lotterstein Productions
Close to Home CBS co-produced with Jerry Bruckheimer Television
The Closer 2005–2012 TNT co-produced with The Shephard/Robin Company and Walking Entropy
Supernatural 2005–present The WB, The CW co-produced with Wonderland Sound and Vision and Kripke Enterprises
Four Kings 2006 NBC co-produced with KoMut Entertainment
Twenty Good Years
Modern Men The WB co-produced with Marsh McCall Productions (Pilot)[45] and Jerry Bruckheimer Television[46]
The Bedford Diaries co-produced with HBO Independent Productions, Levinson / Fontana Company and Mother Trucker Television Productions Ltd
The Evidence ABC co-produced with John Wells Productions[47]
Justice FOX co-produced with Jerry Bruckheimer Television
Happy Hour
Smith CBS co-produced with John Wells Productions
Men in Trees 2006–2008 ABC
The New Adventures of Old Christine 2006–2010 CBS co-produced with Kari's Logo Here
The Class 2006–2007 CBS co-produced with CraneKlarik
Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip NBC co-produced with Shoe Money Productions
The Nine ABC co-produced with Sunset Road Productions
Traveler 2007 ABC
Moonlight 2007–2008 CBS co-produced with Silver Pictures Television
Big Shots ABC co-produced with Oh That Gus!, Inc.[48]
Aliens in America The CW co-produced with CBS Paramount Network Television and Guarascio / Port Productions[49]
Life Is Wild co-produced with CBS Paramount Network Television, CBS Television Studios, Company Pictures[50] and 34 Films[51]
Notes from the Underbelly ABC co-produced with The Tannenbaum Company and Hill Three Productions
Pushing Daisies 2007–2009 ABC co-produced with The Jinks/Cohen Company and Living Dead Guy Productions
Chuck 2007–2012 NBC co-produced with Wonderland Sound and Vision, College Hill Pictures (Seasons 1–3) and Fake Empire Productions (Seasons 4–5)
Gossip Girl The CW co-produced with 17th Street Productions, College Hill Pictures, Inc., Fake Empire Productions, Alloy Entertainment, CBS Paramount Network Television (2007–09) and CBS Television Studios (2009–12)[52]
The Big Bang Theory 2007–present CBS co-produced with Chuck Lorre Productions
Eleventh Hour 2008–2009 co-produced with Jerry Bruckheimer Television and Granada America
Privileged The CW
Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles FOX co-produced with C2-Pictures, Sarah Connor Pictures, Bartleby Company, The Halcyon Company and 20th Century Fox Television
The Life & Times of Tim 2008–2012 HBO co-produced with Media Rights Capital
Fringe 2008–2013 FOX co-produced with Bad Robot Productions
Star Wars: The Clone Wars Cartoon Network co-produced with Lucasfilm Animation, seasons 1–5 only
co-distributed by Disney-ABC Domestic Television
The Mentalist 2008–2015 CBS co-produced with Primrose Hill Productions
Childrens Hospital 2008–2016[53] TheWB Online, Adult Swim[53] Co-produced with The Corddry Company, Abominable Pictures, Warner Bros. Studio 2.0 and Williams Street
The Beautiful Life: TBL 2009 The CW co-produced with Katalyst Films, CBS Productions, Mike Kelley Productions and The Page Fright Company
Eastwick ABC co-produced with Curly Girly Productions[54]
Hank ABC
SBT
co-produced by McMonkey Productions and Werner Entertainment[55]
The Forgotten 2009–2010 ABC co-produced with Jerry Bruckheimer Television
V 2009–2011 ABC co-produced with The Scott Peters Company and HDFilms
Southland 2009–2013 NBC, TNT co-produced with John Wells Productions
The Middle 2009–2018 ABC co-produced with Blackie and Blondie Productions
The Vampire Diaries 2009–2017 The CW co-produced with Outerbanks Entertainment, Alloy Entertainment and CBS Television Studios
Past Life 2010 FOX co-produced with Hudgins Productions and Lou Pitt Productions[56]
Miami Medical CBS co-produced with Jerry Bruckheimer Television, Skim Milk Productions[57] and Bonanza Productions
Romantically Challenged ABC co-produced with Candy Bar Productions[58]
Undercovers NBC co-produced with Bad Robot Productions and Good Butter Productions[59]
The Whole Truth ABC co-produced with Jerry Bruckheimer Television
Human Target 2010–2011 FOX co-produced with Wonderland Sound and Vision, Bonanza Productions, DC Comics and Bell Media
Life Unexpected The CW co-produced with CBS Productions and Best Day Ever Productions and Mojo Films
Hellcats with Five & Dime Productions, Tom Welling Productions and CBS Television Studios
Chase NBC co-produced with Jerry Bruckheimer Television and Bonanza Productions
Better with You ABC co-produced with Silver & Gold Productions
$h*! My Dad Says CBS co-produced with KoMut Entertainment
Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated 2010–2013 Cartoon Network Co-produced with Warner Bros. Animation
MAD
Nikita The CW co-produced with Wonderland Sound and Vision, Nikita Films and Sesfonstein Productions[60]
Mike & Molly 2010–2016 CBS Co-produced with Chuck Lorre Productions
Young Justice 2010–present[61] Cartoon Network Co-produced with DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Animation
Pretty Little Liars 2010–2017 ABC Family, Freeform Co-produced with Long Lake Productions, Russian Hill Productions and Alloy Entertainment
Shameless 2011–present Showtime co-produced with John Wells Productions
The Paul Reiser Show 2011 NBC
Harry's Law 2011–2012 NBC co-produced with David E. Kelley Productions
Ringer The CW with Green Eggs and Pam Productions, Inc., Brillstein Entertainment Partners, ABC Studios (pilot) and CBS Television Studios
The Secret Circle Co-produced with Outerbanks Entertainment, Alloy Entertainment and CBS Television Studios
I Hate My Teenage Daughter FOX Co-produced with Gavin&Roxie&Hap Productions
ThunderCats Cartoon Network Co-produced by Warner Bros. Animation and Studio 4°C[62]
2 Broke Girls 2011–2017 CBS Co-produced with Michael Patrick King Productions
Person of Interest 2011–2016 CBS Co-produced with Bad Robot Productions
Hart of Dixie 2011–2015 The CW Co-produced with Fake Empire Productions, Dogarooski and CBS Television Studios
Suburgatory 2011–2014 ABC Co-produced with Piece of Pie Productions
The Looney Tunes Show Cartoon Network Co-produced by Warner Bros. Animation
Are You There, Chelsea? 2012 NBC Co-produced with Borderline Amazing Productions, Werner Entertainment and 4 to 6 Foot Productions[63]
Alcatraz FOX Co-produced with Bad Robot Productions
Partners CBS Co-produced with KoMut Entertainment
Major Crimes 2012–2018 TNT Co-produced with The Shephard/Robin Company and Walking Entropy[64]
Arrow 2012–present The CW Co-produced with Bonanza Productions, Berlanti Productions and DC Comics
Revolution 2012–2014 NBC Co-produced with Bad Robot Productions and Kripke Enterprises
Work It 2012–2013 ABC, TV2, MTV3 Co-produced with Summer School Productions[65]
666 Park Avenue ABC Co-produced with Alloy Entertainment
Green Lantern: The Animated Series Cartoon Network Co-produced by DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Animation
Emily Owens, M.D. The CW Co-produced with CBS Television Studios and The Dan Jinks Company
Cult 2013 The CW co-produced by Fake Empire Productions, CBS Television Studios & Rockne S. O’Bannon Television[66]
Golden Boy CBS co-produced by Berlanti Television & Nicholas Wootton Productions[67]
The Carrie Diaries 2013–2014 The CW Co-produced with Fake Empire Productions and A.B. Baby Productions
Hostages CBS Co-produced with Jerry Bruckheimer Television and Nana.10.Co.il[68]
Super Fun Night ABC Co-produced with Conaco
The Tomorrow People The CW Co-produced with FremantleMedia North America, CBS Television Studios and Berlanti Productions[69]
Almost Human FOX Co-produced with Frequency Films and Bad Robot Productions
Newsreaders 2013–2015 Adult Swim Co-produced with The Corddry Company, Abominable Pictures, Warner Bros. Studio 2.0 and Williams Street
The Following FOX Co-produced with Outerbanks Entertainment
Teen Titans Go! 2013–present Cartoon Network Co-produced by Warner Bros. Animation, DC Entertainment[70] and Copernicus Studios[71]
Mom CBS Co-produced with Chuck Lorre Productions
The Originals 2013-2018 The CW Co-produced with My So-Called Company, Alloy Entertainment and CBS Television Studios
Reign 2013–2017 The CW Co-produced with Joyful Girl Productions, Take 5 Productions, Whizbang Films and CBS Television Studios
Believe 2014 NBC Co-produced with Bad Robot Productions and Esperanto Filmoj
Star-Crossed The CW Co-produced with Space Floor Television, Olé Productions and CBS Television Studios
Surviving Jack FOX, TVNZ 2[72] Co-produced with Doozer
Selfie ABC, Hulu[73] Co-produced with Piece of Pie Productions
Undateable 2014–2016 NBC Co-produced with Doozer
The Mysteries of Laura Co-produced with Berlanti Productions, Kapital Entertainment, New Media Vision and Jeff Rake Productions
Forever 2014–2015 ABC Co-produced with Good Session and Lin Pictures
Stalker CBS Co-produced with Outerbanks Entertainment
A to Z NBC Co-produced with BQ Productions and Le Train Train
Constantine Co-produced with DC Comics and Ever After / Phantom Four Productions[74]
The Tom and Jerry Show 2014–2017 Cartoon Network, Boomerang Co-produced by Warner Bros. Animation, Renegade Animation, Turner Entertainment and Tring International Pic
Mike Tyson Mysteries 2014–present Adult Swim Co-produced by Warner Bros. Animation and Williams Street
Gotham FOX Co-produced with Primrose Hill Productions and DC Comics
The 100 The CW Co-produced with Alloy Entertainment and CBS Television Studios
The Flash Co-produced with Bonanza Productions, Berlanti Productions and DC Comics
Jane the Virgin Co-produced with Poppy Productions, RCTV International, Electus Entertainment and CBS Television Studios
The Leftovers HBO Co-produced with HBO Entertainment, Film 44[75] and White Rabbit Productions
iZombie 2015–present The CW Co-produced with Spondoolie Productions, DC Comics and Vertigo
Wabbit Cartoon Network, Boomerang Co-produced by Warner Bros. Animation
Be Cool, Scooby-Doo!
Blindspot NBC co-produced with Berlanti Productions and Quinn's House
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend The CW Co-produced with LeanMachine, Webbterfuge and CBS Television Studios
Supergirl CBS, The CW Co-produced with Berlanti Productions and DC Comics
Significant Mother 2015 The CW Co-produced with Alloy Entertainment and CBS Television Studios
The Messengers Co-produced with Thunder Road Television and CBS Television Studios
One Big Happy NBC
Bunnicula 2016–present Cartoon Network Co-produced by Warner Bros. Animation
Legends of Tomorrow The CW Co-produced with Berlanti Productions and DC Comics
Lucifer FOX, Netflix Co-produced with DC Comics and Vertigo
Lethal Weapon FOX Co-produced with Lin Pictures and Good Session Productions
Westworld HBO Co-produced with Bad Robot Productions and Kilter Films
Justice League Action Cartoon Network Co-produced by DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Animation
Containment 2016 The CW Co-produced with Eyeworks and My So-Called Company
11.22.63 Hulu Co-produced with Bad Robot Productions
Rush Hour CBS Co-produced with Doozer, RatPac Television and New Line Cinema
Frequency 2016–2017 The CW Co-produced with Lin Pictures
Roadies 2016 Showtime
No Tomorrow 2016–2017 The CW Co-produced with Groupo Globo, Electus Entertainment and CBS Television Studios
Time After Time 2017 ABC Co-produced with Outerbanks Entertainment
Powerless NBC Co-produced with Ehsugadee Productions and DC Comics
Training Day CBS Co-produced with Jerry Bruckheimer Television and Fuqua Films
Me, Myself & I 2017–2018 Co-produced with Kapital Entertainment and Melon Entertainment[76]
Disjointed Netflix Co-produced with Chuck Lorre Productions
Riverdale 2017–present The CW Co-produced with Berlanti Productions, CBS Television Studios and Archie Comics[77]
Trial & Error NBC Co-produced with Barge Productions,[78] Other Shoe Productions[79] and Good Session Productions
Young Sheldon CBS Co-produced with Chuck Lorre Productions
Valor 2017–2018 The CW Co-produced with CBS Television Studios
Black Lightning 2018–present Co-produced with Berlanti Productions and DC Comics
Life Sentence 2018 Co-produced with Doozer and CBS Television Studios
Deception ABC Co-produced with Berlanti Productions and Quinn's House
Living Biblically CBS Co-produced with Alcide Bava Productions and Industrial Brothers
Splitting Up Together 2018–present ABC Co-produced with A Very Good Production and Piece of Pie Productions
Castle Rock Hulu Co-produced with Bad Robot Productions
Manifest NBC co-production with Universal Television, Compari Entertainment and Jeff Rake Productions
God Friended Me CBS co-production with Berlanti Productions
All American The CW Co-produced with Berlanti Productions and CBS Television Studios
Titans DC Universe Co-produced Weed Road Pictures, Berlanti Productions, and DC Entertainment
Legacies The CW Co-produced with My So-Called Company, Alloy Entertainment and CBS Television Studios
Chilling Adentures of Sabrina Netflix Co-produced with Berlanti Productions and Archie Comics
The Kominsky Method Co-produced with Chuck Lorre Productions
Whiskey Cavalier Coming 2019 ABC Co-produced with Doozer
The Red Line CBS Co-produced with Forward Movement and Berlanti Productions
Roswell, New Mexico The CW Co-produced with Amblin Television, Bender Brown Productions and CBS Television Studios
In the Dark Co-produced with Red Hour Films and CBS Television Studios
Swamp Thing DC Universe Co-produced with Atomic Monster Productions and DC Entertainment
Doom Patrol Co-produced with Berlanti Productions and DC Entertainment
Stargirl Co-produced with Berlanti Productions and DC Entertainment

Warner Bros. Animation[edit]

Hanna-Barbera Productions[edit]

Ruby-Spears Productions[edit]

Warner Horizon Television[edit]

Title Years Network Notes
Whose Line Is It Anyway? 1998–2007
2013–present
ABC/The CW co-produced with Hat Trick Productions
The Bachelor 2002–present ABC Co-produced with Next Entertainment
High School Reunion 2003–2010 The WB/TV Land Co-produced with Next Entertainment
The Bachelorette 2003–present ABC Co-produced with Next Entertainment
Pussycat Dolls Present 2007–2008 The CW Co-produced with Pussycat LLC and 10 by 10 Entertainment
Heartland 2007 TNT
Side Order of Life Lifetime
State of Mind Lifetime
CW Now 2007–2008 The CW
America's Best Dance Crew 2008–2012
2015
MTV
Here Come the Newlyweds 2008–2009 ABC Co-produced with The Jay & Tony Show
Stylista 2008 The CW
True Beauty 2009–2010 ABC Co-produced with Bankable Productions and Katalsyt Films
Trust Me 2009 TNT
Hitched or Ditched 2009 The CW
Man vs. Cartoon 2009 truTV
Dark Blue 2009–2010 TNT Co-produced with Water Chopping Entertainment
More to Love 2009 FOX
There Goes the Neighborhood 2009 CBS
Leave It to Lamas 2009 E!
Pretty Little Liars 2010–2017 ABC Family/Freeform Co-produced with Alloy Entertainment, Long Lake Productions and Russian Hill Productions
Rubicon 2010 AMC
Unnatural History 2010 Cartoon Network
Memphis Beat 2010–2011 TNT Co-produced with Smokehouse Productions
Rizzoli & Isles 2010–2016 TNT Co produced with Oster Entertainment and Hurdler Productions
Bachelor Pad 2010–2012 ABC Co-produced with Next Entertainment
School Pride 2010 NBC Co-produced with Denise Cramsey Productions
Glory Daze 2010–2011 TBS Co-produced with The Walt Becker Company
Shedding for the Wedding 2011 The CW
The Voice 2011–present NBC Co-produced with Mark Burnett Productions (2011), One Three Media (2012–2014), United Artists Media Group (2014–2015), MGM Television (2016–present) and Talpa Media
Take the Money and Run 2011 ABC Co-produced with Jerry Bruckheimer Television and Profiles Television
The Lying Game 2011–2013 ABC Family Co-produced with Alloy Entertainment and Pratt Enterprises
H8R 2011 The CW
Longmire 2012–2017 A&E / Netflix Co-produced with The Shephard/Robin Company and Two Boomerangs Productions
Dallas 2012–2014 TNT Co-produced with Cyntax Productions
Political Animals 2012 USA Network
Pretty Dirty Secrets 2012 ABC Family.com Co-produced with Alloy Entertainment, Long Lake Productions and Russian Hill Productions
Sullivan & Son 2012–2014 TBS Co-produced with Wild West Picture Show Productions
Oh Sit! 2012–2013 The CW Co-produced with The Gurin Company, 405 Productions and Raquel Productions Inc.
Ravenswood 2013–2014 ABC Family Co-produced with Alloy Entertainment, Long Lake Productions, Russian Hill Productions and Jarndyce & Jarndyce Inc.
Ground Floor 2013–2015 TBS Co-produced with Doozer Productions
Bachelor in Paradise 2014–present ABC Co-produced with Next Entertainment
Repeat After Me 2015 ABC Co-produced with A Very Good Production
500 Questions 2015–2016 ABC Co-produced with United Artists Media Group (season 1)/MGM Television (season 2)
Clipped 2015 TBS
Fuller House 2016–present Netflix Co-produced with Jeff Franklin Productions and Miller-Boyett Productions
Little Big Shots 2016–present NBC Co-produced with East 112th Street Productions and A Very Good Production
Queen Sugar 2016–present OWN Co-produced with Harpo Productions
People of Earth 2016–present TBS Co-produced with Conaco and Deedle-Dee Productions
Famous in Love 2017–2018 Freeform Co-produced with Long Lake Media, Farah Films and Carmina Productions
Claws 2017–present TNT Co-produced with Le Train Train and Studio T
Ellen's Game of Games 2017–present NBC co-produced with Telepictures
The Bachelor Winter Games 2018 ABC Co-produced with Next Entertainment
Krypton 2018–present Syfy Co-produced with Phantom Four and DC Comics
American Woman 2018 Paramount Network Co-produced with John Wells Productions
The Proposal 2018–present ABC Co-produced with Next Entertainment
Love Is 2018–present OWN Co-produced with Harpo Productions and Akil Productions
You 2018–present Lifetime / Netflix co-production with Berlanti Productions, Alloy Entertainment and A&E Studios
Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists Coming 2019 Freeform Co-produced with Alloy Entertainment, Long Lake Productions and Russian Hill Productions
Scalped TBA WGN America Co-produced with DC Comics

Warner Horzion Unscripted & Alternative Television[edit]

Title Year Network Notes
The World's Best Coming 2019 CBS Co-produced with MGM Television and Fulwell 73 Productions
Mental Samurai Coming 2019 Fox Co-produced with A. Smith & Co Associates and Apploff Entertainment
Million Dollar Mile Coming 2019 CBS

Telepictures[edit]

Turner Program Services[edit]

Title Years Network Notes
Starcade 1982–1984 Superstation WTBS
Syndication
co-production with JM Production Company
Rights now owned by Shout! Factory
Portrait of America 1983–1988 Superstation WTBS
Ultra Seven 1985 TNT English dub; co-produced with Cinar
Turner's rights to the series reverted to Tsuburaya Productions in 2001
The Wonder Years[N 1] 1988–1993 ABC produced by The Black-Marlens Company and New World Television
Beach Boys: Endless Summer 1989 CBS co-production with Brother Records
Lauren Hutton and... 1995–1996 Syndication
The Lazarus Man 1996 TNT produced by Castle Rock Entertainment

Lorimar Television[edit]

Lorimar-Telepictures[edit]

ZIV International[edit]

All rights to these series have reverted to their original owners.

The Wolper Organization[edit]

Seven Arts Television[edit]

DC Comics[edit]

National General Corporation[edit]

Turner Entertainment Co.[edit]

Castle Rock Entertainment[edit]

New Line Television[edit]

Title Years Network Notes
Freddy's Nightmares 1988–1990 Syndication with Lorimar Television and Stone Television
Court TV: Inside America's Courts 1993–1996 TBS/Syndication with Court TV
The Mask 1995–1997 CBS with Film Roman, Dark Horse Entertainment and Sunbow Productions
Dumb & Dumber 1995 ABC with Hanna-Barbera
Mortal Kombat: Defenders of the Realm 1996 USA Network with Film Roman, Threshold Entertainment and USA Studios
Currently owned by Starz Distribution
Mortal Kombat: Konquest 1998–2000 TNT with Threshold Entertainment
The Lost World 1999–2002
Breaking News 2002 Bravo
The Twilight Zone 2002–2003 UPN
Masterminds 2003–2007 History
Amish in the City 2004 UPN
Kitchen Confidential 2005 FOX with 20th Century Fox Television
Blade: The Series 2006 Spike with Marvel Entertainment
The Real Wedding Crashers 2007 NBC
Friday: The Animated Series 2007 MTV2 with Cubevision
Rights owned by Viacom International
High School Confidential 2008 WE tv
Family Foreman 2008 TV Land

Ricochet[edit]

Twenty Twenty[edit]

Wall to Wall[edit]

Shed Productions[edit]

Programme Series Episodes Duration Channel
Bad Girls 8 107 1999–2006 ITV1
Footballers' Wives 5 42 2002–2006 ITV1
Bombshell 1 7 2004 ITV1 (Unaired in the UK)
Footballers' Wives Extra Time 2 32 2005–2006 ITV2
Footballers Wives TV 1 8 2005 ITV2
The Fugitives 1 7 2005 CITV
Waterloo Road 10 200 2006–15 BBC One (2006–15)
BBC Three (2015)
Rock Rivals 1 8 2008 ITV1
Hope Springs 1 8 2009 BBC One

HBO[edit]

HBO Downtown Productions[edit]

These series produced by this HBO division are currently owned by HBO (pre-1992 series) and Viacom International (post-1991 series), except for Mystery Science Theater 3000 which is currently owned by Shout! Factory.

HBO Independent Productions[edit]

Title Years Network Notes
Roc 1991–1994 FOX
The Paula Poundstone Show 1992 HBO co-production with Morra, Brezner & Steinberg Entertainment, Inc.
Down the Shore 1992 FOX co-production with Caravan Entertainment and 3 Arts Entertainment
Martin 1992–1997 FOX co-production with You Go Boy! Productions (seasons 3–5)
Laurel Avenue 1993 HBO mini-series; co-production with Elsboy Entertainment
Daddy Dearest 1993 FOX co-production with Van Zandt/Milmore Productions and 3 Arts Entertainment
Get Smart 1995 FOX co-production with Columbia Pictures Television
House of Buggin' 1995 FOX co-production with Bregman/Baer Productions
The Last Frontier 1996 FOX
Everybody Loves Raymond[N 4] 1996–2005 CBS co-production with Where's Lunch and Worldwide Pants
The Jury 2004 FOX co-production with The Levinson/Fontana Company, MarlJim Productions and 20th Century Fox Television

Time-Life Television[edit]

Title Years Network Notes
Wild, Wild World of Animals 1973–1978 Syndication
The Africans 1978 Nine Network co-production with Nine Network and Meredith Broadcasting
The Search for Alexander the Great 1981 PBS co-production with VideoArts TV

Talent Associates[edit]

Title Years Network Notes
East Side/West Side 1963–1964 CBS co-production with United Artists Television
Currently distributed by MGM Television
Get Smart 1965–1970 NBC/CBS [N 4]
The Hero 1966 NBC
N.Y.P.D. 1967–1969 ABC [N 4]
Diana 1973–1974 NBC
Eleanor and Franklin 1976 ABC mini-series

Turner Broadcasting System[edit]

Title Years Network Notes
Superstation Funtime 1979–1981 Superstation WTBS
Tush 1980–1981 Superstation WTBS
Safe at Home 1985–1987 Superstation WTBS co-production with The Arthur Company
Rocky Road 1985–1987 Superstation WTBS co-production with The Arthur Company
Cousteau's Rediscovery of the World 1986–1996 TBS/Syndication co-production with the Cousteau Society, Inc.
Captain Planet and the Planeteers 1990–1996 TBS co-production with DIC Entertainment (seasons 1–3) and Hanna-Barbera (seasons 4–6)
Feed Your Mind 1994–1998 TBS
Dinner and a Movie 1995–2011 TBS
Network Earth 1996 TBS
TOPX 1996–1998 TBS
Rough Cut 1997–1998 TNT
Wildlife Adventures 1997–2000 TBS
Interact Atlanta 1999–2003 TBS
Family Affair 2002–2003 The WB co-production with Sid and Marty Krofft Pictures and Pariah Films
The O'Keefes 2003 The WB co-production with Hamcat Productions
Movie and a Makeover 2003–2011 TBS
The Bill Engvall Show 2007–2009 TBS co-production with Welladay, Inc. (season 1) and Parallel Entertainment
JJ on Atlanta 2007–2011 WPCH-TV
Frank TV 2007–2008 TBS
Men of a Certain Age 2009–2011 TNT co-production with Snowpants Productions and Papa Al Productions
Wedding Day 2009 TNT
Falling Skies 2011–2015 TNT co-production with DreamWorks Television/Amblin Television and Invasion Productions
Boston's Finest 2013–2014 TNT co-production with Donnie D. Productions and Jarrett Creative Group
72 Hours 2013 TNT co-production with Lighthearted Entertainment
The Hero 2013 TNT co-production with Electus, 5x5 Media and 7 Bucks Entertainment
Mob City 2013 TNT
Monday Mornings 2013 TNT
King of the Nerds 2013–2015 TBS co-production with Electus and 5x5 Media
Bam's Bad Ass Game Show 2014 TBS
CeeLo Green's The Good Life 2014 TBS co-production with Emerald TV Productions and Rogue Atlas Productions
APB with Troy Dunn 2014 TNT
Inside Job 2014 TNT
Save Our Business 2014 TNT
Murder in the First 2014–2016 TNT co-production with Steven Bochco Productions and Shoe Money Productions
The Last Ship 2014–2018 TNT co-production with Channel Road Productions and Platinum Dunes
Meet the Smiths 2015 TBS
Agent X 2015 TNT
Proof 2015 TNT
Public Morals 2015 TNT
Angie Tribeca 2016–present TBS
The Detour 2016–present TBS
Search Party 2016–present TBS co-production with Jax Media, Quiet and Considerate Productions and Semi-Formal Productions. Inc
Wrecked 2016–present TBS
Good Behavior 2016–present TNT co-production with Tomorrow Studios and Storyland
Claws 2017–present TNT co-production with Le Train Train and Warner Horizon Television
The Guest Book 2017–present TBS with Amigos De Garcia Productions
Tarantula 2017 TBS co-production with Rough Draft Studios, Rough House and Solid Bass
The Alienist 2018 TNT co-production with Paramount Television, Anonymous Content, and Vanessa Productions LTD.
Miracle Workers Coming 2019 TBS co-production with Broadway Video
Close Enough TBA TBS co-production with Cartoon Network Studios

CNN[edit]

truTV[edit]

Title Years Notes
Crime Stories 1998–2010
I, Detective 2001–2006 co-production with Michael Hoff Productions
Dominick Dunne's Power, Privilege, and Justice 2002–2009
Hot Pursuit 2002–2009
North Mission Road 2003–2007
Extreme Evidence 2003–2005
The Investigators 2004–2008
Psychic Detectives 2004–2008 co-production with StoryHouse Productions
Haunting Evidence 2005–2008
Beach Patrol 2006–2008
Most Shocking 2006–2010 co-production with Nash Entertainment
Disorder in the Court 2006–2011
Suburban Secrets 2007–2008
Ocean Force 2007–2009
Speeders 2007–2009
Party Heat 2007–2010
Bait Car 2007–2012 co-production with KKI Productions
The Principal's Office 2008–2009
Speeders Fight Back 2008–2009
World's Wildest Vacation Videos 2008–2009
Rehab: Party at the Hard Rock Hotel 2008–2010
truTV Presents: World's Dumbest... 2008–2014 co-production with Meetinghouse Productions
All Worked Up 2009–2011 co-production with RDF USA
It Only Hurts When I Laugh! 2009–2011
Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura 2009–2012 co-production with A. Smith & Company Productions and Braverman Bloom
Full Throttle Saloon 2009–2014
Ma's Roadhouse 2010
Over the Limit 2010
Southern Fried Stings 2010–2011
Hardcore Pawn 2010–2015
Bear Swamp Recovery 2011
Big Brian The Fortune Seller 2011
Storage Hunters 2011–2013
Lizard Lick Towing 2011–2014
South Beach Tow 2011–2014
Impractical Jokers 2011–present
Caught Red Handed 2012–2013 co-production with Nash Entertainment
Killer Karaoke 2012–2014
Cash Dome 2013 co-production with 51 Minds Entertainment
Container Wars 2013
Kentucky Bidders July 8, 2013
Upload with Shaquille O'Neal 2013–2014
Top 20 Funniest/truTV Top Funniest 2013–2015
The Safecrackers 2014
The Carbonaro Effect 2014–present co-production with Fields Entertainment and 11 Productions
Way Out West 2014–2015
Motor City Masters 2014
Barmageddon 2014–2015
Fake Off 2014–2015
Hair-Jacked 2014
How To Be A Grownup 2014–2015
Friends of the People 2014–2015
Branson Famous 2014–2015
Hack My Life 2015–present
Fameless 2015–present
Adam Ruins Everything 2015–present
Billy on the Street 2015–present co-production with Funny or Die
Breaking Greenville 2015
The Hustlers 2015
Kart Life 2015
Six Degrees of Everything 2015
Almost Genius 2015–2016 co-production with Meetinghouse Productions
10 Things 2016
Those Who Can't 2016–present
truInside 2016–present
Rachel Dratch's Late Night Snack 2016–present
Comedy Knockout 2016–present
Greatest Ever 2016–present
Chris Webber's Full Court Pranks 2017–present
Talk Show the Game Show 2017–present
Impractical Jokers: After Party 2017–present
At Home with Amy Sedaris 2017–present
Laff Mobb's Laff Tracks 2017–present

Cartoon Network/Adult Swim[edit]

Show Year(s) Co-production(s) Notes
The Moxy Show 1993–1995 Colossal Pictures
Space Ghost Coast to Coast 1994–1999
2001–2004
2006–2008
Ghost Planet Industries/Williams Street Based on the original 1966 animated series. Seasons 9 and 10 were featured on GameTap.
What a Cartoon! 1995–1997 Hanna-Barbera Also known as World Premiere Toons, The What-A-Cartoon! Show, and The Cartoon Cartoon Show.
Cartoon Planet 1995–1997
2012–2014
Ghost Planet Industries (1995–97) A spin-off of Space Ghost Coast to Coast.
The Tex Avery Show 1996–2002
Dexter's Laboratory 1996–1999
2001–2003
Hanna-Barbera (from 1997 to 1999)
Big Bag 1996–1998 Sesame Workshop
Johnny Bravo 1997
1999–2004
Hanna-Barbera (from 1997 to 2002)
Cow and Chicken 1997–1999 Hanna-Barbera
I Am Weasel 1997–2000 Hanna-Barbera Spin-off of Cow & Chicken.
The Powerpuff Girls 1998–2005 Hanna-Barbera (from 1998 to 2001)
Fat Dog Mendoza 1998–2001 Sunbow Entertainment
Sony Wonder
Ed, Edd n Eddy 1999–2009 A.k.a. Cartoon
Cult Toons 1999–2000 Cartoon Network Europe
Exceeda
Mike, Lu & Og 1999–2001 Kinofilm
Courage the Cowardly Dog 1999–2002 Stretch Films
Sheep in the Big City 2000–2002 Curious Pictures
Aqua Teen Hunger Force 2000–2015 Williams Street Animated series also known by various alternative titles. It was the first series that had a theatrical movie. One episode was never aired. The longest running original series in Adult Swim history.
The Brak Show 2000–2003 Turner Studios
Williams Street
A spin-off of Space Ghost Coast to Coast. The series ended with 28 episodes, and a webisode was released as the series finale.
Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law 2000–2007 Williams Street
Turner Studios (Season 2–4)
Allied Art & Science (Season 1, 3 episodes)
Cartoon Network Studios (Season 1, 8 eps.)
J. J. Sedelmaier Productions, Inc. (Pilot only)
Reused assets from Birdman and the Galaxy Trio.
Sealab 2021 2000–2005 Williams Street
70/30 Productions
Based on Sealab 2020.
The Cramp Twins 2001–2006 Sunbow Entertainment (Season 1–2)
Telemagination (Season 3–4)
RG Prince Film
Time Squad 2001–2003
Samurai Jack 2001–2004 (1st run)
2017 (2nd run)[80]
Williams Street (Season 5 only) The first four seasons were aired on Cartoon Network; the fifth and final season was aired on Adult Swim's Toonami block.
Grim & Evil 2001–2002
Whatever Happened to... Robot Jones? 2002–2003
Codename: Kids Next Door 2002–2008 Curious Pictures
The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy 2003–2008 Both originated from the split of Grim & Evil.
Evil Con Carne 2003–2004
Star Wars: Clone Wars 2003–2005 Lucasfilm, Ltd.
The Venture Bros. 2003–present Williams Street
NoodleSoup Productions
World Leaders Entertainment
Astro Base GO!
Titmouse, Inc.
The longest running original series on Adult Swim that is still in production.
Megas XLR 2004–2005
Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends 2004–2009
Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi 2004–2006 Renegade Animation Based on the pop/rock duo Puffy AmiYumi, known as the composers of Teen Titans' theme song.
Perfect Hair Forever 2004–2014 Williams Street
Stroker and Hoop 2004–2005 Williams Street
Turner Studios
Tom Goes to the Mayor 2004–2006 Williams Street
Dipshot Films
Abso Lutely Productions
The Life and Times of Juniper Lee 2005–2007
Camp Lazlo 2005–2008
My Gym Partner's a Monkey 2005-2008
Ben 10 2005-2008
Robotboy 2005-2008 Alphanim
LuxAnimation
Cartoon Network owns international dubbing and distribution rights excluding France, where it is owned by Gaumont International Television
Sunday Pants 2005
Lucy, the Daughter of the Devil 2005–2007 Williams Street
Moral Orel 2005–2008 Williams Street
ShadowMachine Films
Fragical Productions
The series ended with 44 episodes. A special was released as the series finale. Seven lost episodes weren't produced.
Robot Chicken 2005–present Williams Street
Stoopid Buddy Stoodios
Stoop!d Monkey
Sony Pictures Digital
ShadowMachine Films (from 2005 to 2012)
Squidbillies 2005–present Williams Street
12 oz. Mouse 2005–2007 Williams Street
Radical Axis
The series ended with 20 episodes. A webisode was released as the series finale.
The Boondocks 2005–2014
Powerpuff Girls Z 2006–2007 Toei Animation
Aniplex
Ocean Productions
Skatoony 2006–2008 Talent TV Ltd.
Squirrel Boy 2006–2007
Class of 3000 2006–2008 Moxie Turtle
Tom Lynch Company
Assy McGee 2006–2008 Williams Street
Frisky Dingo 2006–2008 Williams Street
70/30 Productions
Metalocalypse 2006–2013 Williams Street
Titmouse, Inc.
Minoriteam 2006 Williams Street
Funny Garbage
Reas International
Monkey Wrangler Productions
My Spy Family 2007–2010 Kindle Entertainment
Cartoon Network Europe
Out of Jimmy's Head 2007–2008 Brookwell McNamara Entertainment Only live-action/animated series from Cartoon Network Studios. Based on the only movie of this genre from the channel called Re-Animated.
Chowder 2007–2010
Transformers: Animated 2007–2009
The Drinky Crow Show 2007–2009 Williams Street
Mirari Films
Superjail! 2007–2014 Williams Street
Titmouse, Inc.
Augenblick Studios (Season 1 only)
Xavier: Renegade Angel 2007–2009 Williams Street
PFFR
Cinematico
Saul of the Mole Men 2007 Williams Street
Funny Garbage
Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! 2007–2010 Williams Street
Abso Lutely Productions
Bakugan Battle Brawlers 2007–2012 Spin Master
Nelvana
Teletoon
TMS Entertainment
Sega
The series is owned by Nelvana, while Cartoon Network has licensing rights and partial international distribution rights
Total Drama 2007–2014 Teletoon
Fresh TV
Neptoon Studios
Cake Entertainment
The series is owned by Cake Entertainment, while Cartoon Network has licensing rights and partial international distribution rights to seasons 1–3.
Ben 10: Alien Force 2008–2010
The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack 2008-2010
The Secret Saturdays 2008-2010 PorchLight Entertainment
The Xtacles 2008 Williams Street
70/30 Productions
A spin-off of Frisky Dingo.
Fat Guy Stuck in Internet 2008 Williams Street
Cowboy & John Productions
The Cartoonstitute 2009 Originally intended to be aired on Cartoon Network, but aired on Cartoon Network Video only.
BrainRush 2009
Bobb'e Says 2009
Destroy Build Destroy 2009–2011
The Othersiders 2009
Dude, What Would Happen 2009–2011
Titan Maximum 2009 Williams Street
ShadowMachine Films
Stoop!d Monkey
Tom Is Awesome
The Rising Son 2009 Williams Street
Easily Avoidable Entertainment
Delocated 2009–2013 Williams Street
PFFR
Unintelligible Grunt
Hero 108 2010–2012 Gamania
Telegael Teoranta
Hong Ying Animation (all episodes except for N°41, 55, and the last)
Mike Young Productions (eps 1–13 only)
Taffy Entertainment (eps 1–13 only)
MoonScoop Group (eps 14–52)
Adventure Time 2010–2018 Frederator Studios Spin-off of "Adventure Time", a short that was aired as part of Nicktoons' Random! Cartoons.
Ben 10: Ultimate Alien 2010–2012
Generator Rex 2010–2013
Regular Show 2010–2017
Tower Prep 2010 Dolphin Entertainment
Mary Shelley's Frankenhole 2010–2012 Williams Street
Fragical Productions (Season 1 only)
ShadowMachine Films (Season 1 only)
Starburns Industries (Season 2 only)
Check It Out! with Dr. Steve Brule 2010–present Williams Street
Abso Lutely Productions
Childrens Hospital 2010–2016 Williams Street
The Corddry Company
Abominable Pictures
Warner Bros. Studio 2.0
Decker 2014–present Williams Street
Abso Lutely Productions
Newsreaders 2010–present Williams Street
The Corddry Company
Abominable Pictures
Warner Bros. Studio 2.0
A spin-off of Childrens Hospital.
Run It Back 2010–2011 Williams Street
Swindy Films
Turner Studios
Aired only on the Cartoon Network's block CN Real.
Sym-Bionic Titan 2010–2011 Orphanage Animation Studios
Robotomy World Leaders Entertainment
The Problem Solverz 2011–2013 Mirari Films
The Amazing World of Gumball 2011–present Studio SOI
Great Marlborough Productions Limited (Seasons 3–6)
Boulder Media Limited (S01 only)
Dandelion Studios (Season 1 only)
First show from Cartoon Network Development Studio Europe to be greenlit as TV series.
Secret Mountain Fort Awesome 2011–2012
China, IL 2011–2015 Williams Street
Titmouse, Inc.
Mongo Wrestling Alliance 2011 Williams Street
Mirari Films
Originally called The Galaxy Wrestling Alliance.
Soul Quest Overdrive 2011 Williams Street
Radical Axis
A spin-off of Aqua Teen Hunger Force.
Eagleheart 2011–2014 Williams Street
Dakota Pictures
Conaco
The Heart, She Holler 2011–2014 Williams Street
PFFR
NTSF:SD:SUV:: 2011–present Williams Street
2nd Man On The Moon
Abominable Pictures
Off the Air 2011–present Williams Street
Million Monkeys Inc.
Live-action/animation hybrid.
Level Up 2012–2013 D and D Productions
The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange 2012–2014
Ben 10: Omniverse 2012–2014
Black Dynamite 2012–2015 Williams Street
Ars Nova Entertainment
Titmouse, Inc. (Season 1 only)
N-BOMB SQUAD (Season 2 only)
Cartoon Network Studios (Season 2 only)
The Eric André Show 2012–present Williams Street
Abso Lutely Productions
Naked Faces
Sick Duck Productions
The Greatest Event in Television History 2012–2014 Williams Street
Gettin' Rad
Loiter Squad 2012–2014 Williams Street
Dickhouse Productions
The Restless Bell 2012 Williams Street
Fine Line Productions
Turner Studios
You're Whole 2012–2013 Williams Street
Abominable Pictures
Incredible Crew 2013
Uncle Grandpa 2013–2017
Steven Universe 2013–present
Rick and Morty 2013–present Williams Street
Justin Roiland's Solo Vanity Card Productions
Harmonious Claptrap
Starburns Industries
Hot Package 2013–present Williams Street
TV Carnage
Abso Lutely Productions
Abominable Pictures
Your Pretty Face Is Going to Hell 2013–present Williams Street
Mixels 2014–2016
Clarence 2014–2018
Over the Garden Wall 2014 First Cartoon Network original miniseries.
Mike Tyson Mysteries 2014–present Williams Street
Warner Bros. Animation
First Warner Bros. Animation original series to be aired on Adult Swim.
Mr. Pickles 2014–present Williams Street
HotHouse Productions
Day by Day Productions
Black Jesus 2014–present Williams Street
5 Mutts Productions
Triage Entertainment
Tim & Eric's Bedtime Stories 2014–present Williams Street
Abso Lutely Productions
Exchange Student Zero 2015 Fragrant Gumtree Entertainment
Cartoon Network Asia Pacific
We Bare Bears 2015–present
Long Live the Royals 2015 Second Cartoon Network original miniseries.
Neon Joe, Werewolf Hunter 2015 Williams Street
PFFR
Unintelligible Grunt
The Powerpuff Girls (2016 TV series) 2016–present
Mighty Magiswords
Ben 10 (2016 TV series)
Brad Neely's Harg Nallin' Sclopio Peepio 2016 Williams Street
Titmouse, Inc.
Dream Corp, LLC 2016–present Williams Street
Artbelly Productions
Live-action/animation hybrid.
Million Dollar Extreme Presents: World Peace 2016 Williams Street
Million Dollar Extreme
Apollo Gauntlet 2017–present Williams Street
6 Point Harness
Mosaic
OK K.O.! Let's Be Heroes
The Jellies Williams Street
Augenblick Studios
Villainous Cartoon Network Productions Mexico
A.I Animation Studio
First Cartoon Network Mexican miniseries.
The Heroic Quest of the Valiant Prince Ivandoe Cartoon Network Development Studio Europe
Sun Creature
Public Service Puljen
Tender Touches Williams Street
Adult Swim Streams
Hot Streets 2018–present Williams Street
Stoopid Buddy Stoodios
Justin Roiland's Solo Vanity Card Productions!
Apple & Onion 2018
Craig of the Creek 2018–present
Ballmastrz 9009 Williams Street
Titmouse, Inc.
Joe Pera Talks with You Williams Street
Chestnut Walnut Unlimited
Mostly 4 Millennials Williams Street
Sick Duck Productions
TV Carnage
Summer Camp Island 2018
Victor and Valentino TBA 2018
Infinity Train 2019 Based on its pilot of the same name.

Television films and specials[edit]

Warner Bros. Television[edit]

Warner Bros. Animation[edit]

Hanna-Barbera Productions[edit]

Ruby-Spears Productions[edit]

Lorimar Television[edit]

Rankin/Bass (post-1973)[edit]

Turner Entertainment Co.[edit]

Castle Rock Entertainment[edit]

  • Heart & Soul (1988)
  • The Ed Begley, Jr. Show (1989)
  • Julie Brown: The Show (1989)
  • My Old School (1991)
  • Please Watch the Jon Lovitz Special (1992)

HBO[edit]

Cartoon Network[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Currently distributed by 20th Television since 2011.
  2. ^ a b c d Distributed by Sony Pictures Television; Warner Bros. owns the program's copyrights.
  3. ^ Rights owned by Sony Pictures Television.
  4. ^ a b c Distributed in syndication by CBS Television Distribution; HBO owns the program's copyrights.

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