Samuel Goldwyn Television

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The company's 1989-1997 logo.

Samuel Goldwyn Television was the American television production/distribution division of The Samuel Goldwyn Company. Formed in 1979, the company's best-known series was the competition series American Gladiators.

In 1996, the company was sold to Metromedia and merged into Orion Pictures. In 1997, it was sold to MGM Television and folded later in the year.

Titles by Samuel Goldwyn Television[edit]

  • Flipper (1964-1967) (Distributor)2
  • American Gladiators (1989-1996) (Distributor)
  • Why Didn't I Think of That? (1992)
  • Gladiators 2000 (1994-1996)
  • Wild West Showdown (1994)
  • Flipper (The New Adventures of Flipper) (1995-2000) (1995-1997 SGTV, 1998-2000 MGM TV)