List of ViacomCBS television programs

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This is a list of television series produced and/or owned by ViacomCBS' brands, including Paramount Television Studios, CBS Studios, CBS Media Ventures, CBS News, and ViacomCBS Domestic Media Networks. This list also includes shows produced or distributed by ViacomCBS' predecessor companies, including CBS Productions, Viacom Productions/Enterprises, the older incarnation of Paramount Television, Bing Crosby Productions, Rysher Entertainment, Republic Pictures Television, Worldvision Enterprises/Taft Entertainment, Group W Productions, Eyemark Entertainment, King World Productions, Desilu Productions and Spelling Television.

CBS Studios[edit]

Note: Formerly known as CBS Paramount Television and CBS Television Studios.

Title Original run Network Notes
7th Heaven 1996–2007 The WB/The CW continued from Paramount Television; co-production with Spelling Television
The King of Queens 1998–2007 CBS continued from CBS Productions; co-production with Columbia TriStar Television/Sony Pictures Television and Hanley Productions
Distributed in the U.S. by SPT
Girlfriends 2000–2008 UPN, The CW continued from Paramount Television; co-production with Happy Camper Productions and Grammnet Productions
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 2000–2015 CBS continued from CBS Productions; co-production with Jerry Bruckheimer Television and Alliance Atlantis
The Amazing Race 2001–present co-production with Jerry Bruckheimer Television and ABC Studios
Distributed outside of the U.S. by Disney Media Distribution.
The Dead Zone 2002–2007 USA Network continued from Paramount Television; co-production with DawnField Entertainment, Crescent Entertainment, Dead Zone Production, The Lloyd Segan Company, Piller2 and Lionsgate Television
Distributed in the U.S. by Lionsgate/Debmar-Mercury
Without a Trace 2002–2009 CBS continued from CBS Productions; co-production with Jerry Bruckheimer Television and Warner Bros. Television
CBS Paramount Network Television produced seasons 5–7
CSI: Miami 2002–2012 continued from CBS Productions; co-production with Jerry Bruckheimer Television and Alliance Atlantis
NCIS 2003–present Spin-off of JAG; co-production with Belisarius Productions; continued from Paramount Television
Cold Case 2003–2010 continued from CBS Productions; co-production with Jerry Bruckheimer Television and Warner Bros. Television
The 4400 2004–2007 USA Network continued from Viacom Productions/Paramount Television; co-production with American Zoetrope
CSI: NY 2004–2013 CBS continued from CBS Productions; co-production with Jerry Bruckheimer Television and Alliance Atlantis
Everybody Hates Chris 2005–2009 UPN/The CW continued from Paramount Television; co-production with CR Enterprises and 3 Arts Entertainment
NUMB3RS 2005–2010 CBS continued from Paramount Television; co-production with Scott Free Productions, The Barry Schindel Company (2005–2007 (seasons 2–3) and Post 109 Productions (2009–2010) (season 6)
Ghost Whisperer continued from Paramount Television; co-production with Sander/Moses Productions, Touchstone Television
Distributed outside of the U.S. by Media Distribution.
Medium 2005–2011 NBC/CBS continued from Paramount Television; co-production with Picturemaker Productions and Grammnet Productions
Criminal Minds 2005–2020 CBS continued from Paramount Television; co-production with The Mark Gordon Company and Touchstone Television
Distributed outside of the U.S. by Disney Media Distribution.
The Game 2006–2015 The CW/BET co-production with Akil Productions, Grammnet Productions, and BET Originals
Cane 2007 CBS co-production with Once a Frog Productions, El Sendero Productions, Interscope Television, and ABC Studios
Aliens in America 2007–2008 The CW co-production with Guarascio/Port Productions, Mr. Bigshot Fancy-Pants Productions and Warner Bros. Television
Gossip Girl 2007–2012 co-production with Fake Empire Productions (formerly College Hill Pictures Inc. in the first two seasons) Alloy Entertainment, and Warner Bros. Television
Rules of Engagement 2007–2013 CBS co-production with Game Six Productions, Happy Madison Productions and Sony Pictures Television
Distributed in the U.S. by SPT
Worst Week 2008–2009 co-production with Two Soups Productions, Hat Trick Productions and Universal Media Studios
Distributed in the U.S. by NBCUniversal Television Distribution
Based on the TV series The Worst Week of My Life by Hat Trick Productions and the BBC
Gary Unmarried 2008–2010 co-production with Ed Yeager Productions, Rude Mood Productions (both season 1 only) and ABC Studios
Distributed in the U.S. by Disney-ABC Home Entertainment and Television Distribution
Flashpoint 2008–2012 CTV, CBS, ION co-production with Pink Sky Entertainment and Avamar Entertainment
90210 2008–2013 The CW continued from CBS Productions; co-production with Sachs/Judah Productions (season 1 only)
Based on Beverly Hills 90210
The Good Wife 2009–2016 CBS continued from CBS Productions; co-production with King Size Productions, Small Wishes Productions (season 1 only) and Scott Free Productions
Melrose Place 2009–2010 The CW Pilot only; co-production with Slavkin/Swimmer Productions
Continuation of the 1990s TV series of the same name
NCIS: Los Angeles 2009–present CBS co-production with R. Scott Gemmill Productions and Shane Brennan Productions
Expansion of NCIS.
The Vampire Diaries 2009–2017 The CW co-production with Outerbanks Entertainment, Alloy Entertainment and Warner Bros. Television
Hawaii Five-0 2010–2020 CBS continued from CBS Productions; co-production with K/O Paper Products and 101st Street Television
Based on the 1968 TV series
Blue Bloods 2010–present continued from CBS Productions; co-production with The Leonard Goldberg Company, Panda Productions and Paw in Your Face Productions (season 1 only)
Hellcats 2010–2011 The CW co-production with Five & Dime Productions and Warner Bros. Television
Mad Love 2011 CBS co-production with Two Soups Productions, FanFare Productions and Sony Pictures Television
Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior co-production with The Mark Gordon Company, Bernero Productions and ABC Studios
Distributed outside of the U.S. by Disney Media Distribution
Expansion of Criminal Minds
CHAOS co-production with Rat Entertainment, Certified Pulp and 20th Century Fox Television
Unforgettable 2011–2016 CBS/A&E co-production with Timberman/Beverly Productions and Sony Pictures Television
Distributed outside of the U.S. by SPT
A Gifted Man 2011–2012 CBS co-production with Baer Bones and Timberman/Beverly Productions
Ringer The CW pilot only; co-production with Green Eggs and Pam Productions, Inc., Brillstein Entertainment Partners, ABC Studios, Warner Bros. Television and CBS Productions
The Secret Circle co-production with Outerbanks Entertainment, Alloy Entertainment and Warner Bros. Television
Hart of Dixie 2011–2015 co-production with Dogarooski (season 4), Fake Empire and Warner Bros. Television
Made in Jersey 2012 CBS co-production with Left Coast Productions, FanFare Productions and Sony Pictures Television
Common Law USA Network co-production with Junction Entertainment
Vegas 2012–2013 CBS co-production with Happy Valley Productions, Tree Line Film and Arthur Sarkissian Productions
Emily Owens, M.D. The CW co-production with The Dan Jinks Company and Warner Bros. Television
Elementary 2012–2019 CBS co-production with Hill of Beans Productions and Timberman-Beverly Productions
Beauty & the Beast 2012–2016 The CW co-production with Witt/Thomas Productions, WhizBang Films and Take 5 Productions
Based on the 1987 TV series of the same name
Under the Dome 2013–2015 CBS co-production with Amblin Television and Baer Bones
We Are Men 2013 co-production with The Tannenbaum Company and Roughhouse Productions
Cult The CW co-production with Rockne S. O'Bannon Television, Fake Empire Productions, and Warner Bros. Television
King & Maxwell TNT co-production with Shane Brennan Productions
The Millers 2013–2014 CBS co-production with Amigos de Garcia Productions
The Tomorrow People The CW co-production with Berlanti/Plec, FremantleMedia North America and Warner Bros. Television
Based on the 1973 television series by Thames Television
The Originals 2013–2018 co-production with My So-Called Company, Alloy Entertainment and Warner Bros. Television
Reign 2013–2017 co-production with Joyful Girl Productions, Take 5 Productions, WhizBang Films and Warner Bros. Television
Intelligence 2014 CBS co-production with Michael Seitzman's Pictures, Tripp Vinson Productions, The Barry Schindel Company and ABC Studios
Bad Teacher co-production with Gifted And Talented Camp, Mosaic Media Group, Quantity Entertainment and Sony Pictures Television
Based on the 2011 movie by Columbia Pictures
Reckless co-production with Sander/Moses Productions
Star-Crossed The CW co-production with Space Floor TV, Olé Productions and Warner Bros. Television
Extant 2014–2015 CBS co-production with 22 Plates (season 1) and Amblin Television
The McCarthys co-production with Bambi Cottages Productions, Olive Bridge Entertainment and Sony Pictures Television
Scorpion 2014–2018 co-production with K/O Paper Products, Blackjack Films, Perfect Storm Entertainment and SB Projects
Madam Secretary 2014–2019 co-production with Barbara Hall Productions and Revelations Entertainment
NCIS: New Orleans 2014–2021 co-production with Wings Productions and When Pigs Fly, Inc. (season 1–4)
The 100 2014–2020 The CW co-production with Alloy Entertainment and Warner Bros. Television
Jane the Virgin 2014–2019 co-production with Poppy Productions, RCTV, Electus and Warner Bros. Television
Based on the 2002 TV series Juana la Virgen by RCTV
Power 2014–2020 Starz co-production with End of Episode, Inc., Maluwi Productions, Atmosphere Television and G-Unit Films and Television Inc.
Young & Hungry 2014–2018 ABC Family/[1]Freeform co-production with Waffle Toaster Productions, Relativity Television/Critical Content,[2] Blondie Girl Productions and The Tannenbaum Company
Celebrity Name Game 2014–2016 Syndication co-production with Coquette Productions, Entertain the Brutes, Fremantle and Debmar-Mercury
Battle Creek 2015 CBS co-production with Shore Z Productions, Gran Via Productions and Sony Pictures Television
The Messengers The CW co-production with Thunder Road Television and Warner Bros. Television
Significant Mother co-production with Alloy Entertainment and Warner Bros. Television
Limitless 2015–2016 CBS co-production with K/O Paper Products, Action This Day! and Relativity Television/Critical Content
Impastor TV Land co-production with All in Vane Productions, the Tannenbaum Company and TV Land Original Productions
The Odd Couple 2015–2017 CBS co-production with The Tannenbaum Company and Timberman-Beverly Productions
Based on the 1965 play of the same name, the 1968 movie, and the 1970 TV series
Zoo co-production with James Patterson Entertainment, Tree Line Film and Midnight Radio
Code Black 2015–2018 co-production with Michael Seitzman's Pictures, Tiny Pyro Productions and ABC Studios
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend 2015–2019 The CW co-production with LeanMachine Entertainment, Webbterfuge (season 1), Black Lamb Productions (seasons 2–4), Rachel Does Stuff (seasons 2–4) and Warner Bros. Television
Angel from Hell 2016 CBS co-production with Quill Entertainment
BrainDead co-production with King Size Productions and Scott Free Productions
American Gothic co-production with Full Fathom Five, Hyla Regilla Productions and Amblin Television
Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders 2016–2017 co-production with The Mark Gordon Company, Erica Messer Productions and ABC Studios
Distributed outside of the U.S. by Disney Media Distribution
Expansion of Criminal Minds
The Great Indoors co-production with Gibbons Bros. Productions and Shiny Brass Lamp Productions
Pure Genius co-production with True Jack Productions and Universal Television
No Tomorrow The CW co-production with Rede Globo, Electus and Warner Bros. Television
Based on the 2012 TV series Como Aproveitar o Fim do Mundo by Rede Globo
Incorporated Syfy co-production with Algorithm Entertainment, Pearl Street Films and Universal Cable Productions
Kevin Can Wait 2016–2018 CBS co-production with Hey Eddie Productions and Mohawk Productions (season 1) and Sony Pictures Television
Man with a Plan 2016–2020 co-production with Double Double Bonus Entertainment and 3 Arts Entertainment
Bull 2016–present co-production with Amblin Television, Picturemaker Productions, Atelier Paul Anastasia and Stage 29 Productions
MacGyver 2016–2021 co-production with Lionsgate Television, Atomic Monster Productions and 101st Street Television
Based on the 1985 TV series
Riverdale 2017–present The CW co-production with Berlanti Productions, Archie Comics and Warner Bros. Television
Superior Donuts 2017–2018 CBS co-production with Daily Productions, Goldman-Donovan Productions & Teitelbaum Artists
Doubt 2017 co-production with Timberman/Beverly Productions
The Good Fight 2017–present CBS (Premiere)[3][4][5]
CBS All Access/Paramount+
co-production with Scott Free Productions, and King Size Productions
Candy Crush 2017 CBS co-production with Pulse Creative, King and Lionsgate Television
Salvation 2017–2018 co-production with Still Married Productions and Secret Hideout
Star Trek: Discovery 2017–present CBS (Premiere)
CBS All Access/Paramount+
co-production with Secret Hideout, Living Dead Guy Productions, and Roddenberry Entertainment
Prequel to the 1966 TV series
SEAL Team CBS co-production with Timberman/Beverly Productions, Chulack Productions & East 25 C
S.W.A.T. co-production with MiddKid Productions, Kansas Art Productions, Perfect Storm Entertainment, Original Film and Sony Pictures Television
Based on the 1975 TV series of the same name by Spelling-Goldberg Productions and the 2003 film of the same name by Columbia Pictures
No Activity CBS All Access/Paramount+ co-production with Funny or Die, Gary Sanchez Productions and Jungle Entertainment
9JKL 2017–2018 CBS co-production with Liscolaide Productions, Trill TV[6] and Kapital Entertainment[7]
American Vandal Netflix co-production with Funny or Die, Woodhead Entertainment and 3 Arts Entertainment[8]
Valor The CW co-production with Warner Bros. Television and Ostar Productions
Wisdom of the Crowd CBS co-production with Algorithm Entertainment, Keshet International and Universal Television
The Guest Book TBS co-production with Studio T and Amigos de Garcia Productions
Dynasty 2017–present The CW co-production with Fake Empire Productions, Richard and Esther Shapiro Productions and Rabbit Ears, Inc.
Based on the 1981 television series of the same name
Carpool Karaoke: The Series Apple Music co-production with Fulwell 73[9]
Return of the Mac 2017 Pop[10] co-production with T Group Productions
Life Sentence 2018 The CW co-production with In Good Company, Doozer and Warner Bros. Television
One Dollar CBS All Access co-production with Anonymous Content
Instinct 2018–2019 CBS co-production with 34 Films, Webbterfuge, James Patterson Entertainment and Secret Hideout
Strange Angel CBS All Access co-production with Scott Free Productions, Sailor Bear, Digilio Films, and Pantalone Films
Insatiable Netflix co-production with Storied Media Group and Ryan Seacrest Productions
Whistleblower CBS co-production with CBS News
FBI 2018–present co-production with Wolf Films, and Universal Television
Magnum P.I. co-production with Universal Television
Based on the 1980 TV series by Universal Television, Glen A. Larson Productions, and Belisarius Productions
The Neighborhood co-production with Kapital Entertainment, Trill Television and A Bird and a Bear Entertainment
All American The CW co-production with Berlanti Productions, April Blair's Company (season 1 only) and Warner Bros. Television
Charmed co-production with Poppy Productions, Reveal Entertainment, Stay Married Productions (since season 2) and Propagate
Based on the 1998 series of the same name
Legacies co-production with My So-Called Company, Alloy Entertainment and Warner Bros. Television
Happy Together 2018–2019 CBS co-production with Fulwell 73 and 3 Arts Entertainment
God Friended Me 2018–2020 co-production with Berlanti Productions, I Have an Idea and Warner Bros. Television
Fam 2019 co-production with Kapital Entertainment and Trill Television
The Code co-production with Timberman-Beverly Productions
The Red Line co-production with Berlanti Productions, Array Filmworks and Warner Bros. Television
Unbelievable Netflix co-production with Katie Couric Media, Escapist Fare, Timberman/Beverly Productions And Sage Lane Productions
Roswell, New Mexico 2019–present The CW co-production with Amblin Television, My So-Called Company, Bender Brown Productions and Warner Bros. Television
The Twilight Zone 2019–2020 CBS All Access co-production with Monkeypaw Productions and Genre Films
Based on the 1959 TV series
In the Dark 2019–present The CW co-production with Red Hour and Warner Bros. Television
Dead to Me Netflix co-production with Gary Sanchez Productions
Blood & Treasure CBS co-production with Propagate and Lake June Productions
BH90210 2019 Fox co-production with Alberghini Chessler Productions and Fox Entertainment
Carol's Second Act 2019–2020 CBS co-production with FourBoys Entertainment and Kapital Entertainment
Why Women Kill 2019–present CBS All Access/Paramount+ co-production with Black Lamb, Acme Productions, Cherry Productions and Imagine Television
All Rise 2019–2021 CBS co-production with Shimmering Pictures, Skyemac Productions, Tall Baby Productions and Warner Bros. Television
Evil 2019–present CBS/Paramount+ co-production with King Size Productions
The Unicorn 2019–2021 CBS co-production with Mike and Bill Productions, Trill TV and Kapital Entertainment
Nancy Drew 2019–present The CW co-production with Warm Bloody Sunday Productions, Furious Productions and Fake Empire Productions
The Moodys Fox co-production with The Tannenbaum Company, Jungle Entertainment and Fox Entertainment
FBI: Most Wanted 2020–present CBS co-production with Wolf Entertainment and Universal Television
68 Whiskey 2020 Paramount Network co-production with Imagine Television, yes Studio and Little City
Diary of a Future President 2020–present Disney+ co-production with I Can and I Will
Star Trek: Picard CBS All Access/Paramount+ co-production with Secret Hideout and Roddenberry Entertainment
Based on the 1966 TV series and its 1987 spin-off
Katy Keene 2020 The CW co-production with Berlanti Productions, Archie Comics and Warner Bros. Television
A spin-off of Riverdale
Tommy CBS co-production with Atelier Paul Attansio Productions, Heel & Toe Films and Amblin Television
Broke co-production with Sutton Street Prods., Propagate, RCN TV and Reasonant TV
Most Dangerous Game Quibi co-production with BlackJack Films, Mayhem Pictures and Silver Reel
Power Book II: Ghost 2020–present Starz co-production with End of Episode, Inc., Mauwli Productions, Atmosphere Television and G-Unit Films and Television Inc.
The Comey Rule 2020 Showtime co-production with Home Run Productions, Secret Hideout and The Story Factory
That Animal Rescue Show 2020–present CBS All Access co-production with Stage 29 Productions, Detour Filmproduction and 1851 Productions
The Stand 2020–2021 co-production with Mosaic Media Group and Vertigo Entertainment
Walker 2021–present The CW co-production with Rideback, Stick to Your Guns Productions and Pursued by a Bear
The Equalizer CBS co-production with Flavor Unit Entertainment, Davis Entertainment, Martin Chase Productions and Universal Television
Clarice co-production with MGM Television and Secret Hideout
The Republic of Sarah Coming 2021 The CW co-production with Fulwell 73 and Black Lamb
Gossip Girl HBO Max co-production with Warner Bros. Television, Fake Empire Productions and Alloy Entertainment
Star Trek: Prodigy Paramount+/Nickelodeon co-production with Nickelodeon Animation Studio, Roddenberry Entertainment and Secret Hideout
CSI: Vegas CBS co-production with Jerry Bruckheimer Television
FBI: International co-production with Wolf Entertainment and Universal Television
Ghosts co-production with Lionsgate Television, BBC Studios and Monumental Television
NCIS: Hawai'i
Langdon TBA Peacock co-production with Universal Television and Imagine Television
Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Paramount+ co-production with Secret Hideout and Roddenberry Entertainment
Good Sam[11] CBS co-production with Sutton St. Productions
Smallwood[12]
Life and Deaf[13] Disney+ co-production with Four Boys Entertainment
Washed Up[14] Peacock co-production with Titmouse, Inc.
Here She Lies TBA co-production with The Tannenbaum Company
Everybody Hates Chris[15] TBA
Panther Baby[15] Starz
Shtisel[15] TBA co-production with Fremantle

Paramount Television[edit]

Title Network Original run Notes
The Lucy Show CBS 1962–1968 Produced by Desilu Productions until 1967
You Don't Say! NBC 1963–1969
Mission: Impossible CBS 1966–1973
Star Trek NBC 1966–1969 Produced by Desilu Productions until 1967
Co-production with Norway Corporation
Mannix CBS 1967–1975 Produced by Desilu Productions in 1967
Here's Lucy 1968–1974 Co-production for Season 1 only with Lucille Ball Productions
Currently owned by Desilu Too, LLC.
The Brady Bunch ABC 1969–1974 Co-production with Redwood Productions Inc.
Love, American Style co-production with Parker-Margolin Productions Inc.
The Young Lawyers 1970–1971 Co-production with Crane Productions Inc.
Barefoot in the Park 1970 Based on the 1967 film
The Immortal 1970–1971
The Odd Couple 1970–1975 Based on the 1968 film
co-production with R.G. Productions Inc.
Longstreet 1971–1972 Co-production with Edling Productions, Inc. and Corsican Productions, Inc.
Spyforce Nine Network 1971–1973 Co-production with Nine Network
The Sandy Duncan Show CBS 1971–1972 Co-production with Jefferson/Sultan Productions, Inc.
Me and the Chimp 1972
The Brady Kids ABC 1972–1973 Co-production with Filmation Associates
Catch-22 1973 Based on the 1970 film by Paramount Pictures
Love Story NBC 1973–1974 Based on the 1970 movie
The Magician co-production with B & B Productions, Inc.
Star Trek: The Animated Series co-production with Filmation Associates
Continuation of the 1966 TV series
Happy Days ABC 1974–1984 Co-production with Miller-Milkis Productions (1974–1981, seasons 1–8), Miller-Milkis-Boyett Productions (1981–1984, seasons 9–11) and Henderson Production Company, Inc. (1978–1984, seasons 6–11)
Petrocelli NBC 1974–1976 based on the 1970 film The Lawyer by Paramount Pictures
Co-production with Miller-Milkis Productions
Paper Moon ABC 1974–1975 based on the 1973 film
Co-production with The Culzean Corporation
Archer NBC 1975
Kate McShane CBS
Rita and Spot ABC 1975-1980 Co-productions with Katy Sherriff Productions
Barbary Coast 1975–1976 Co-production with Francy Productions, Inc.
The Cop and the Kid NBC 1975
The Oddball Couple ABC 1975–1977 co-production with DePatie-Freleng Enterprises
When Things Were Rotten 1975 Co-production with Crossbow Productions, Inc.
The Lost Islands Network 10 1976 co-production with Network 10
Laverne & Shirley ABC 1976–1983 Co-production with Miller-Milkis Productions (seasons 1–6), Miller-Milkis-Boyett Productions (seasons 7–8) and Henderson Production Company, Inc.
Serpico NBC 1976–1977 based on the 1973 film
co-production with Emmet G. Lavery, Jr. Productions, Inc.
The Brady Bunch Hour ABC Currently owned by and co-production with Sid & Marty Krofft Productions
Kum-Kum Syndication 1976 English dub production; originally produced in Japan by ITC Japan
Busting Loose CBS 1977 Co-production with Hayadou Productions
Blansky's Beauties ABC co-production with Miller-Milkis Productions Inc. and Henderson Production Company, Inc.
Mulligan's Stew NBC Co-production with Christiana Productions
Dog and Cat ABC Co-production with Lawrence Gordon Productions
Future Cop co-production with The Culzean Corporation and Tovern Productions, Inc.
Szysznyk CBS 1977–1978
Having Babies ABC 1978–1979 Co-production with The Jozak Company
Grandpa Goes to Washington NBC
Taxi ABC, NBC 1978–1983 co-production with John Charles Walters Productions
Mork & Mindy ABC 1978–1982 co-production with Henderson Production Company, Inc. and Miller-Milkis Productions, Inc. (1978–1981) and also later episodes with Miller-Milkis-Boyett Productions (1981–1982)
The Ted Knight Show CBS 1978
Who's Watching the Kids? NBC co-production with Henderson Production Company, Inc.
Makin' It ABC 1979 co-production with Miller-Milkis Productions, Henderson Production Company, Inc. and The Stigwood Group, Ltd.
Working Stiffs CBS Co-production with Frog Productions and Huk, Inc.
Struck by Lightning co-production with Fellows-Keegan Productions
Out of the Blue ABC Co-production with Miller-Milkis Productions
Brothers and Sisters NBC Co-production with Frog Productions Inc. and Huk, Inc.
Sweepstakes Co-production with Miller-Milkis Productions
Make Me Laugh Syndication 1979–1980 Co-produced by Lukehill Productions
Flo's Yellow Rose NBC (first two seasons only); ABC (seasons 3–5) 1979-1984 Co-production with D'Angelo Bullock Allen Productions
The Associates ABC 1979–1980 co-production with John Charles Walters Productions
Angie Co-production with Miller-Milkis Productions, Miller-Milkis-Boyett Productions and Henderson Production Company, Inc.
The Bad News Bears CBS Based on the 1976 film
Co-production with Huk, Inc. and Frog Productions
Solid Gold Syndication 1980–1988 Co-production with Operation Prime Time, Bob Banner Associates and Brad Lachman Productions, Inc.
Goodtime Girls ABC 1980 Co-production with Miller-Milkis-Boyett Productions
Tenspeed and Brown Shoe Co-production with Stephen J. Cannell Productions, who now owns the rights to the series except for the pilot
Here's Boomer NBC 1980–1982 Co-production with A.C. Lyles Productions and Daniel Wilson Productions
The Fonz and the Happy Days Gang ABC Co-production with Hanna-Barbera
An expansion of Happy Days
Bosom Buddies Co-production with Miller-Milkis-Boyett Productions
Hans Christian Andersen Syndication 1980 English dub production; originally produced in Japan by Mushi Production
The Brady Brides NBC 1981 Co-production with Redwood Productions
An expansion of The Brady Bunch
Nero Wolfe
Foul Play ABC Based on the 1978 film by Paramount Pictures
co-production with Miller-Milkis-Boyett Productions and Myrt-Hal Productions, Inc.
Best of the West 1981–1982 Co-production with Weinberger/Daniels Productions
Laverne & Shirley in the Army Co-production with Hanna-Barbera Productions
An expansion of Laverne & Shirley
Police Squad! ABC 1982 Later adapted into The Naked Gun film franchise.
Smiley's People Syndication/BBC Co-prduction with BBC Worldwide
Making the Grade CBS Co-production with Ubu Productions
Madame's Place Syndication 1982–1983 Co-production with Madame, Inc. and Brad Lachman Productions
Joanie Loves Chachi ABC An expansion of Happy Days
Star of the Family 1982
The Powers of Matthew Star NBC 1982–1983 Co-production with Daniel Wilson Productions, Harve Bennett Productions and (also later episodes) Bruce Lansbury Productions, Ltd.
The New Odd Couple ABC co-production with Henderson Production Company, Inc.
Mork & Mindy/Laverne & Shirley/Fonz Hour Co-production with Hanna-Barbera Productions and Ruby-Spears Enterprises
Family Ties NBC 1982–1989 Co-production with Ubu Productions
Cheers 1982–1993 Co-production with Charles/Burrows/Charles Productions
Webster ABC/Syndication 1983–1989 Co-production with Georgian Bay, Ltd. and Emmanuel Lewis Entertainment Enterprises Inc. (1986–1989)
Ryan's Four ABC 1983 Co-production with Fair Dinkum, Inc. and Groverton Productions Ltd.
Mr. Smith NBC co-production with Weinberger/Daniels Productions
The Renegades ABC co-production with Lawrence Gordon Productions
Shaping Up 1984 co-production with Estin-Simon Productions
Brothers Showtime 1984–1989 Co-production with Gary Nardino Productions
Call to Glory ABC 1984–1985 Co-production with Tisch/Avnet Productions, Inc.
Anything for Money Syndication Co-production with Bernstein/Hovis Productions and Impact Studios
Hometown CBS 1985 Co-production with Kirgette Productions
The New Love, American Style ABC 1985–1986 A daytime reboot of the 1969–1974 prime time series
America Syndication
MacGyver ABC 1985–1992 Co-production with Henry Winkler/John Rich Productions
All Is Forgiven NBC 1986 Co-production with Charles/Burrows/Charles Company
Gung Ho ABC Based on the 1986 movie
Mr. Sunshine Co-production with Henry Winkler/John Rich Productions
The Cavanaughs CBS 1986–1989 Co-production with Mandy Films
The Tortellis NBC 1987 Co-production with Charles/Burrows/Charles Company
Hard Knocks Showtime Co-production with Gary Nardino-Chris Thompson Productions
Duet Fox 1987–1989 Co-production with Ubu Productions
Marblehead Manor Syndication 1987–1988 Co-production with Dames-Fraser-Gary Nardino Productions
The Bronx Zoo NBC Co-production with Ubu Productions
Star Trek: The Next Generation Syndication 1987–1994 An update of the 1966 TV series
Friday the 13th: The Series 1987–1990 with Hometown Films
Inspired by the 1980 movie Friday the 13th and its sequels
Day by Day NBC 1988–1989 Co-production with Ubu Productions
Wipeout Syndication Co-production with Dames-Fraser Productions
Dear John NBC 1988–1992 Co-production with Ed. Weinberger Productions
Based on the 1986 TV series of the same name by BBC
Mission: Impossible ABC 1988–1990 An update of the 1966 TV series
Co-production with Jeffrey Hayes Productions
War of the Worlds Syndication Based on the 1953 movie with Ten Four Productions and Hometown Films
Dolphin Cove CBS 1989 Co-production with Dick Berg/Stoneherge Productions
The Arsenio Hall Show Syndication 1989–1994 Co-production with Arsenio Hall Communications
Hard Copy 1989–1999
Open House Fox 1989–1990 Co-production with Ubu Productions
The Bradys CBS 1990 Co-production with Brady Productions
A continuation of The Brady Bunch
His & Hers Co-production with Ubu Productions
Down Home NBC 1990–1991 Co-production with Savage Cake Productions and Jabberwocky Productions
Tim Conway's Funny America ABC 1990
Wings NBC 1990–1997 Co-production with Grub Street Productions
Ferris Bueller 1990–1991 Co-production with Maysh Ltd. Productions
Based on the 1986 movie Ferris Bueller's Day Off
American Dreamer co-production with Ubu Productions
E.A.R.T.H. Force CBS 1990 Co-production with Chapman/Dial
The Party Machine Syndication 1991 Co-production with Peeples Productions and Arsenio Hall Communications
Sons and Daughters CBS Co-production with B&E Productions
Verdict
Maury Syndication 1991–1998 Paramount stopped distributing Maury in 1998; Studios USA assumed production afterward

Co-production with MoPo Productions

The Royal Family CBS 1991–1992 Co-production with Eddie Murphy Television
Flesh 'n' Blood NBC 1991 Co-production with Triangle Entertainment, Lavish Productions and Tailfin Productions
Brooklyn Bridge CBS 1991–1993 Co-production with Ubu Productions
The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles ABC Prequel to the film Raiders of the Lost Ark and its sequels
Sightings Fox 1992–1997 Co-produced by Winkler/Daniel Productions (1991–93, (seasons 1–2, 60-minute specials)
The Berkeley Group (1991–92, specials only)
Sather Gate Productions (1992–93, season 2)
Wilshire Court Productions (1992–93) (season 2)
Ann Daniel Productions (1994–98) (seasons 4-5, 120-minute specials)
Fair Dinkum Productions (seasons 4-5, 120-minute specials)
Triage Entertainment (1996–98) (season 6)
Love at First Sight Syndication 1992
Grapevine CBS
Middle Ages Co-production with Stan Rogow Productions
Flying Blind Fox 1992–1993 Co-production with Sweetum Productions and Viacom Productions
Bob CBS Co-production with Steinkellners & Sutton
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Syndication 1993–1999 Based on the 1966 series and its spin off
The Untouchables 1993–1994 Based on the 1987 movie and its predecessor TV series
co-production with Christopher Crowe Productions
Big Wave Dave's CBS 1993 co-production with Levine & Isaacs Productions
Frasier NBC 1993–2004 co-production with Grub Street Productions
an expansion of Cheers
The Mommies 1993–1995 co-production with Speer-Grossman Productions
The Jon Stewart Show MTV/Syndication season 2; co-production with Busboy Productions and MTV Productions
South of Sunset CBS 1993 co-production with Stan Rogow Productions and Byrum Power & Light
Itsy Bitsy Spider USA Network 1994–1996 Co-production with Hyperion Animation
Viper NBC, Syndication 1994–1999 Co-production with Pet Fly Productions
Leeza 1994–2000 Co-production with Leeza Gibbons Enterprises
The New Price is Right Syndication 1994–1995 Co-production with Mark Goodson Productions[N 1]
Duckman USA Network 1994–1997 Co-production with Klasky Csupo and Reno & Osborn Productions
The Busy World of Richard Scarry Showtime Co-production with Cinar, France 3, BBC, Family Channel, Beta Film (Germany), and Telefilm Canada[N 2]
Sister, Sister ABC, The WB 1994–1999 Co-production with de Passe Entertainment
Star Trek: Voyager UPN 1995–2001 Based on the 1966 series and its spin-off
The Watcher 1995 Co-production with Christopher Crowe Productions
Pig Sty Co-production with Staley/Long Productions
Platypus Man Co-production with Fanaro-Nathan Productions
The Marshal ABC Co-production with Buffalo Wallet Productions and Western Sandblast
Marker UPN Distribution only; produced by Stephen J. Cannell Productions
Legend Distribution only; produced by Gekko Film Corp. and Mike & Bill Productions
Almost Perfect CBS 1995–1996 Co-production with Robin Schiff Productions and Levine & Isaacs Productions
The Pursuit of Happiness NBC 1995 Co-production with Grub Street Productions
JAG NBC/CBS 1995–2005 co-production with Belisarius Productions and NBC Productions (season 1)
The Home Court NBC 1995–1996
Moesha UPN 1996–2001 distribution continued from Worldvision Enterprises; produced by Big Ticket Television and Saradipity Productions
Good Company CBS 1996 Co-production with Staley/Long Productions
Judge Judy Syndication 1996–2021 Produced from 1999 to 2006; co-production with Big Ticket Entertainment
Clueless ABC, UPN 1996–1999 Co-production with Cockamamie Productions
Based on the 1995 movie
The Sentinel UPN Co-production with Pet Fly Productions
America's Dumbest Criminals Syndication 1996–2000 continued from Worldvision Enterprises
Currently owned by FilmRise
Real TV 1996–2001 Co-production with RTV News Inc.
Nash Bridges CBS continued from Rysher Entertainment; co-production with The Don Johnson Company and Carlton Cuse Productions
Arli$$ HBO 1996–2002 International distribution continued from Rysher Entertainment; produced by HBO and Tollin/Robbins Productions
Orleans CBS 1997 Co-production with Samoset Productions
Fired Up NBC 1997–1998 Co-production with Grammnet Productions
George and Leo CBS Co-production with Staley/Long Productions
Hitz UPN 1997 Produced by Vaczy-Gamble Productions and MTV Productions
Jenny NBC 1997–1998 Produced by Mark & Howard Productions and MTV Productions
Three The WB 1998 Produced by Rego Park Film & Television and MTV Productions
The Secret Diary of Desmond Pfeiffer UPN Co-production with Fanaro-Nathan Productions
Judge Joe Brown Syndication 1998–2013 Produced from 1999 to 2006
LateLine NBC/Showtime 1998–1999 Co-production with Markus-Franken Productions
The Howie Mandel Show Syndication Co-production with 3 Arts Entertainment and Alevy Productions Inc.
Maggie Lifetime Co-production with Atomic Television
DiResta UPN Co-production with Maple Seed
Encore! Encore! NBC Co-production with Grub Street Productions
Judge Mills Lane Syndication 1998–2001 continued from Rysher Entertainment
Seven Days UPN Co-production with Crowe Entertainment
Becker CBS 1998–2004 Co-production with Dave Hackel Productions and Industry Entertainment
Love & Money 1999–2000 Co-production with CBS Productions and Staley/Long Productions
Relic Hunter Syndication 1999–2002 Produced by Digital Bongo Drums, Halloween Filmworks, No Equal Entertainment, Ellipsanime, CHUM Limited, Tayel Limited and Groupe M6
Hope Island PAX TV 1999–2000 Co-production with Lionsgate Television
Based on the 1996 TV series Ballykissangel by the BBC
Now and Again CBS Co-production with Picturemaker Productions and CBS Productions
Soul Food: The Series Showtime 2000–2004 Based on the 1997 film
co-production with Fox Television Studios (seasons 1 and 2)/20th Century Fox Television (seasons 3–5) Water Walk Productions, Edmonds Entertainment and State Street Pictures
Grapevine CBS 2000 Co-production with CBS Productions
Higher Ground Fox Family Co-production with Crescent Entertainment, Lionsgate Television and WIC Entertainment
Distributed in the U.S. by Lionsgate/Debmar-Mercury
The Trouble with Normal ABC Co-production with Garfield Grove Productions and Touchstone Television
Level 9 UPN 2000–2001 Co-production with Sacret Productions
Maximum Exposure Syndication 2000–2002 Co-production with First Television and RTV News Inc.
Queen of Swords Syndication/Global 2000–2001 US distribution only; produced by Mercury Entertainment Corporation, Telefónica, Morena Films, Costume and Production Services Inc., Amy International Artists, Fireworks Entertainment and M6
That's Life CBS 2000–2002 Co-production with Film Noir
One on One UPN 2001–2006 Co-production with The Greenblatt Janollari Studio and Daddy's Girl Productions
Manhunt 2001
Hot Ticket Syndication 2001–2004
Some of My Best Friends CBS 2001 Based on the 1997 film Kiss Me, Guido by Paramount Pictures
Co-production with Axelrod/Widdoes Entertainment
Big Apple Co-production with Red Board Productions and Yerkovich Productions
Kristin NBC Co-production with Markusfarms Productions
Men, Women & Dogs The WB Co-production with Staley/Long Productions
Fling Fox
Star Trek: Enterprise UPN 2001–2005 Prequel to the 1966 TV series Star Trek
Philly ABC 2001–2002 Co-production with Steven Bochco Productions
Rendez-View Syndication
Wolf Lake CBS Produced by Cherry Pie Productions and Big Ticket Television
Special Unit 2 UPN Co-production with Rego Park Film and Television
Raising Dad WB Co-production with Albion Productions
In-Laws NBC 2002–2003 Co-production with Grammnet Productions and NBC Studios
Andy Richter Controls the Universe Fox Co-production with Garfield Grove Productions and 20th Century Fox Television
Distributed outside of the U.S. by Disney Media Distribution
Life Moments Syndication
Dr. Phil 2002–present Co-distributed with King World Productions
First Monday CBS 2002 Co-production with Bellisarius Productions
Do Over The WB Co-production with The Littlefield Company, 3 Hounds Productions and MHS Productions
Bram & Alice CBS Co-production with Picador Productions and Knotty Entertainment
The Random Years UPN Co-production with Big Phone Productions
A Minute with Stan Hooper Fox 2003 Co-production with Bungalow 78 Productions
Kingpin NBC Produced by Knee Deep Productions, NBC Studios and Spelling Television
Distributed in the U.S. by NBCUniversal Television Distribution
Keen Eddie Fox 2003–2004 Co-production with Frequency Films, Simon West Productions and The Littlefield Company
Unexplained Mysteries Syndication
It's All Relative ABC Co-production with Storyline Entertainment, Naturally Blond Productions and Touchstone Television
Deadwood HBO 2004–2006 Co-production with Red Board Productions
Dance 360 Syndication 2004–2005 Co-produced with C to the B Productions and Regan Jon Productions
The Insider 2004–2017 Distributed from 2004 to 2006
Second Time Around UPN 2004–2005 Co-produced with Regan Jon Productions and C to the B Productions
Medical Investigation NBC Co-production with Landscape Entertainment and NBCUniversal Television Studio
Distributed outside of the U.S. by NBCUniversal Television Distribution.
Threshold CBS 2005–2006 Co-produced by Braga Productions, Heyday Films and Phantom Four Films
Cuts UPN Co-production with The Greenblatt/Janollari Studio, Penrose Productions and Daddy's Girl Productions
Love, Inc. Co-production with Chase T.V., Burg Koules Television and The Littlefield Company
The Bad Girl's Guide 2005 Co-production with Flame Ventures
Sex, Love & Secrets Co-production with The Jonathan Axelrod and Kelly Edwards Company
Life on a Stick Fox Co-production with Garfield Grove Productions
Blind Justice ABC Co-production with Steven Bochco Productions
Out of Practice CBS 2005–2006 Co-production with Knotty Entertainment and Picador Productions
Love Monkey 2006 Co-production with Bayahibe Films Ltd., Thirtyfour Films Inc. and Sony Pictures Television
Distributed outside of the U.S. by Sony.
South Beach UPN Co-production with Flame Television, Nuyorican Productions and 44 Blue Productions
Courting Alex CBS Co-production with April Fools Productions and Touchstone Television

Desilu Productions[edit]

Viacom Productions[edit]

  • The Terrytoons library[16] (1921–1986) (passed over from CBS, ownership eventually coming full-circle back to CBS in 2006)
Title Years Network Notes
My Three Sons 1960–1972 ABC, CBS distribution only; produced by Don Fedderson Productions
Represented by MCA TV from 1960 to 1965, then in association with CBS from 1965 to 1972. Viacom International has distributed the entire series in separate packages, although the majority of the color CBS episodes (Seasons 6–10) are the ones that are syndicated today. Most of the earlier black-and-white shows were not syndicated until they began airing on MeTV on May 29, 2017. CBS currently owns the distribution rights to all 380 episodes produced.
What's My Line? 1968–1975 Syndication distribution only; produced by Mark Goodson-Bill Todman Productions[N 1]
The Mary Tyler Moore Show[16] 1970–1977 CBS distribution only; produced by MTM Enterprises
Currently owned by 20th Century Fox Television
All in the Family[16] 1971–1979 distribution only; produced by Tandem Productions
[N 3]
The Bob Newhart Show[16] 1972–1978 distribution only; produced by MTM Enterprises
Currently owned by 20th Century Fox Television
The Rookies[16] 1972–1976 ABC distribution continued from Worldvision Enterprises; produced by Spelling-Goldberg Productions[N 3]
The Barkleys 1972–1973 NBC with DePatie–Freleng Enterprises
In the public domain
The Houndcats
Ozzie's Girls 1972–1974 Syndication with Filmways
The Price Is Right (Nighttime version) 1972–1980 [N 1]
Doc Elliot 1973–1974 ABC International distribution only; produced by Lorimar Television[N 4]
The Harlem Globetrotters Popcorn Machine 1974–1975 CBS with Funhouse Productions and Yongestreet Productions
Apple's Way International distribution only; produced by Lorimar Television[N 4]
Korg: 70,000 B.C. ABC distribution only; produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions
Later distributed by The Program Exchange and Worldvision Enterprises[N 4]
The $25,000 Pyramid 1974–1979 Syndication distribution only; produced by Bob Stewart Productions[N 3]
The Blue Knight 1975–1976 CBS International distribution only; produced by Lorimar Television[N 4]
The $128,000 Question 1976–1978 Syndication with Cinelar Associates
The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams[16] 1977–1978 NBC distribution only; produced by Sunn Classic Pictures
Family Feud 1977–1985 Syndication distribution only; produced by Mark Goodson-Bill Todman Productions[N 1]
The Love Experts 1978–1979 with Bob Stewart Productions[N 3]
You Don't Say! with Ralph Andrews Productions
The MacKenzies of Paradise Cove 1979 ABC with Blinn/Thorpe Productions
The New Adventures of Mighty Mouse and Heckle & Jeckle 1979–1981 CBS with Filmation
Amigo and Friends 1979–1982 Syndication with Televisa and Hanna-Barbera Productions
Currently owned by Televisa and Warner Bros. Television
To Tell the Truth 1980–1981 distribution only; produced by Mark Goodson-Bill Todman Productions[N 1]
East of Eden 1981 ABC miniseries; with Mace Neufeld Productions
American Dream with Mace Neufeld Productions[17]
Nurse 1981–1982 CBS with Robert Halmi, Inc.
The Devlin Connection 1982 NBC co-produced by Jerry Thorpe Productions, John Wilder Productions and Mammoth Films
Amanda's 1983 ABC Based on the TV series Fawlty Towers by the British Broadcasting Corporation

also known as “Amanda By the Sea”
co-produced with E & L Productions

Ace Crawford, Private Eye CBS co-produced with Conway Enterprises
The Master 1984 NBC co-produced by Michael Sloan Productions
The Cosby Show 1984–1992 distribution only; produced by Carsey-Werner Productions and Bill Cosby
Currently owned by Carsey-Werner
Star Games 1985–1986 Syndication
Easy Street 1986–1987 NBC
Split Second Syndication produced by Stefan Hatos-Monty Hall Productions[N 1]
What a Country! Based on the TV series Mind Your Language by London Weekend Television

with Ripstar Productions, Primetime Entertainment and Tribune Entertainment

Matlock 1986–1995 NBC, ABC with InterMedia Entertainment Company (1986–1987, season 1), The Fred Silverman Company (1987–1995, seasons 1–9), Strathmore Productions (1986–1988, seasons 1–2) and Dean Hargrove Productions (1988–1995, seasons 3–9)
Adventures of the Little Koala 1987 Nickelodeon English dub production with Cinar Films; originally produced in Japan by Topcraft
Frank's Place 1987–1988 CBS
Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures with Bakshi-Hyde Ventures and Terrytoons
A Different World 1987–1993 NBC distribution only; produced by Carsey-Werner Productions and Bill Cosby
Currently owned by Carsey-Werner
Jake and the Fatman 1987–1992 CBS with The Fred Silverman Company, Strathmore Productions (1987–1988) and Dean Hargrove Productions (1988–1992)
Father Dowling Mysteries 1987–1991 NBC, ABC with The Fred Silverman Company and Dean Hargrove Productions
Double Dare 1988–1989 Syndication distribution; co-production with Nickelodeon
Finders Keepers with Nickelodeon and Fox Television Stations
Superboy 1988–1992 with Alexander and Ilya Salkind Productions, Cantharus Productions, Lowry Productions and DC Comics
Warner Bros. currently handles home media and international distribution
Roseanne 1988–1997 ABC distribution only; produced by Wind Dancer Productions (season 1), Full Moon and High Tide Productions, in association with The Carsey-Werner Company
Currently owned by Carsey-Werner
Remote Control 1989–1990 Syndication distribution; co-production with MTV
The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! distribution only; produced by Nintendo of America and DIC Entertainment[N 2]
Snoops CBS with Tima Love Productions and Solt/Egan Company
Max Monroe: Loose Cannon 1990 co-produced by Dean Hargrove Productions
The Marshall Chronicles ABC co-produced by Jay Kleckner for Sweetum Productions[18]
Super Force 1990–1992 Syndication with Premiere Limited Productions
Lightning Force 1991–1992 distribution only; produced by Crescent Entertainment and Chesler-Perlmutter Productions
Flying Blind 1992–1993 FOX Co-produced by Sweetum Productions
Key West 1993 with Stonehenge Productions
Diagnosis: Murder 1993–2001 CBS with The Fred Silverman Company and Dean Hargrove Productions
Deadly Games 1995–1997 UPN with Shaken not Stirred Productions and Rumbleshake Productions
Townies 1996–1997 ABC co-production with Vanity Logo Productions and Carsey-Werner Productions
Currently owned by Carsey-Werner
The Adventures of Corduroy Direct-to-video co-produced by Benjamin Productions, Lin Oliver Productions, Inc. and Graz Entertainment, Inc.[19]
Sabrina, the Teenage Witch 1996–2003 ABC, The WB with Archie Comics, Hartbreak Films and Finishing The Hat Productions (for season 1 only)
Linc's 1998–2000 Showtime with Tim Reid Productions
The Hoop Life 1999–2000 co-produced by Hardwood Productions and The Levinson/Fontana Company
The Beat 2000 UPN with The Levinson/Fontana Company
Ed 2000–2004 NBC with NBC Productions and Worldwide Pants
The Division 2001–2004 Lifetime with Kedzie Productions
Strange Frequency 2001 VH1 with Once & Future Films and Broadway Video
Baby Bob 2002–2003 CBS with Scribbler's Pillow Productions
Haunted 2002 UPN with Industry Entertainment and CBS Productions
Jake 2.0 2003–2004 co-production with David Greenwalt Productions, Matthews/Scharbo Productions and Silent H Productions

CBS Productions[edit]

Most pre-1976 series produced by CBS or distributed by CBS Films were later distributed by Viacom and Paramount Television, then eventually came back full-circle to CBS in 2006.

Title Original run Network Notes
Studio One 1948–1958 CBS
Lamp Unto My Feet 1948–1979
The Amos 'n Andy Show 1951–1953
Art Linkletter's House Party 1952–1969
Our Miss Brooks 1952–1956
You Are There 1953–1957
1971–1972
The Red Skelton Show 1953–1970 co-production with Van Bernard Productions and Sursum Productions
1962–71 episodes currently owned by the Red Skelton estate
Make Room For Daddy/The Danny Thomas Show 1953–1964 ABC, CBS Produced by Marterto Enterprises and T&L Productions
Currently distributed by SFM Entertainment
The Search 1954–1955 CBS
The Whistler
The Lineup 1954–1960
Navy Log 1955–1958 CBS, ABC
The Millionaire 1955–1960 CBS distribution only; produced by Silverstone Films, Don Fedderson Productions and MCA TV
Gunsmoke 1955–1975 with Arness & Company (season 6), The Arness Production Company (seasons 7–9) and Filmaster Productions
The Honeymooners 1955–56 & beyond the "Classic 39" shows, produced by Jackie Gleason Enterprises, distributed by CBS Films, then Viacom
CBS owns the classic series outright, while the Gleason company owns the "lost episodes", but CBS distributes both packages; other Honeymooners material after this period are handled by the Gleason company and Paul Brownstein Productions
The Phil Silvers Show 1955–1959
The Gray Ghost 1957–1958 Syndication with Lindsley Parsons Picture Corporation
Trackdown 1957–1959 CBS with Four Star Films
Have Gun–Will Travel 1957–1963
Perry Mason 1957–1966 with Paisano Productions
Leonard Bernstein's Young People's Concerts 1958–1972
Border Patrol 1959 Syndication Produced by Chris-Jane Gallu Productions, Inc. in association with CBS Films
Hotel de Paree 1959–1960 CBS
Rawhide 1959–1965
The Twilight Zone 1959–1964 with Cayuga Productions, Inc.
The Andy Griffith Show 1960–1968 Produced by Mayberry Enterprises
Angel 1960–1961 Produced by Burligame Productions in association with CBS Films
The Brothers Brannagan 1960–1961 Syndication Produced by CBS Films
Gunslinger 1961 CBS
Way Out co-produced with Talent Associates
The Alvin Show 1961–1962 produced by Bagdasarian Film Corporation and Format Films
Home entertainment rights are owned by Bagdasarian Productions
The Defenders 1961–1965 with Plautus Productions
The Dick Van Dyke Show 1961–1966 Produced by Calvada Productions
Currently distributed by Paul Brownstein Productions
Oh! Those Bells 1962
The Beverly Hillbillies 1962–1971 co-produced by Filmways
The Great Adventure 1963–1964
Petticoat Junction 1963–1970 co-produced by Filmways
The Baileys of Balboa 1964–1965 produced by Richielieu Productions
The Reporter 1964 produced by Richielieu Productions
Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. 1964–1969 co-produced with T & L Productions, Ashland Productions[20] and Andy Griffith Enterprises
The Trials of O'Brien 1965–1966 Produced by Filmways
The Wild Wild West 1965–1969 with Michael Garrison Productions
Get Smart 1965–1970 NBC, CBS season 5 only; with Talent Associates
HBO/Warner Bros. Television owns home entertainment and international distribution rights
Run, Buddy, Run 1966–1967 CBS with Talent Associates
Family Affair 1966–1971 produced by Don Fedderson Productions
Distributed by CBS Television Distribution in the United States,[21] while international distribution is handled by NBCUniversal Television Distribution and home video rights owned by MPI Media Group via MPI Home Video[22]
Coronet Blue 1967 with Plautus Productions
Dundee and the Culhane co-produced by Filmways
Currently owned by MGM Television[citation needed]
Cimarron Strip 1967–1968 with Stuart Whitman, Inc.[citation needed]
He & She with Talent Associates
Gentle Ben 1967–1969 produced by Ivan Tors Films
CBS Playhouse 1967–1970
The Good Guys 1968–1970 with Talent Associates
Hawaii Five-O 1968–1980 with Leonard Freeman Productions
The Governor & J.J. 1969–1970 with Talent Associates-Norton Simon
Harlem Globetrotters 1970–1971 with Hanna-Barbera Productions
Storefront Lawyers 1970 with Leonard Freeman Enterprises Productions and National General Corporation
Dirty Sally 1974
The Lives of Benjamin Franklin
Khan! 1975
Spencer's Pilots 1976 with Sweeney-Finnegan Productions
Previously distributed by Worldvision Enterprises
Ball Four co-production with Time Life Television
The Andros Targets 1977 Previously distributed by Worldvision Enterprises
Signature 1981–1982 CBS Cable [N 3]
An American Portrait 1984–1986 CBS interstitial series
CBS Storybreak 1985–1989
1993–1994
with Southern Star Productions and Hanna-Barbera Australia
Foley Square 1985–1986 with Shukovsky English Entertainment
The Twilight Zone 1985–1989 with London Films and Persistence of Vision (seasons 1–2)
If Tomorrow Comes 1986 miniseries
Garbage Pail Kids 1987 N/A
The Adventures of Raggedy Ann and Andy 1988–1990 CBS
Blue Skies 1988 with McKeand Productions
The Pat Sajak Show 1989–1990
Wolf co-produced by Holcomb/Peckinpah Productions
Rescue 911 1989–1996 Distributed for U.S. television by MTM Enterprises (currently Disney–ABC Domestic Television) produced with Arnold Shapiro Productions
City 1990 with MTM Enterprises
Bagdad Cafe 1990–1991 Based on the 1987 movie by Island Pictures

with Mort Lachman and Associates, Zev Braun Pictures, and New World Television

Top Cops 1990–1993 with Grosso-Jacobson Productions
Evening Shade 1990–1994 co-production with Bloodworth-Thomason Mozark Productions, Burt Reynolds Productions, and MTM Enterprises
Distributed for U.S. television by MTM Enterprises (currently Disney-ABC Domestic Television)
You Take the Kids 1990–1991 co-production with Paul Haggis Productions and MTM Enterprises
True Detectives 1990–1991 co-production with Arnold Shapiro Productions
Riders in the Sky 1991
P.S. I Luv U 1991–1992 with Glen A. Larson Productions
The Hollywood Game with Pasta Productions & Rastar Television
Night Games
Intruders 1992 miniseries; with Dan Curtis Productions and Osiris Films
Grapevine 1992
The Boys 1993 with Hughes O'Shannon Productions
The Building with Bob & Alice Productions, Worldwide Pants and Columbia Pictures Television
Dave's World 1993–1997 with The Producers Entertainment Group Ltd. and Axelrod-Widdoes Productions, Fred Barron Productions, Livestock Productions (seasons 1–2) and Kitten in the Oven Productions (seasons 3–4)
Walker, Texas Ranger 1993–2001 Distributed for U.S. television by Sony Pictures Television
Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman 1993–1998 Distributed for U.S. television by MTM Enterprises/20th Television (currently Disney-ABC Home Entertainment and Television Distribution) with The Sullivan Company
Shame on You 1993 four specials
Ned Blessing: The Story of My Life and Times 1993 with Wittliff/Pangaea and Hearst Entertainment
The Road Home 1994 with The Paltrow Group
Traps 1994 with Stephen J. Cannell Productions
The Gordon Elliott Show 1994–1997 Syndication with 20th Television
Touched by an Angel 1994–2003 CBS co-production with Moon Water Productions
Under One Roof 1995 co-production with The Thomas Carter Company
Buffalo Girls 1995 miniseries
Central Park West 1995–1996 with Darren Star Productions
Can't Hurry Love with The Producers Entertainment Group Ltd., Axelrod–Widdoes Productions and TriStar Television
co-owned with Sony Pictures Television
Bonnie with Bob & Alice Productions and Worldwide Pants
Caroline in the City 1995–1999 NBC with Barron/Pennette Productions and 3 Sisters Entertainment
Nothing Lasts Forever 1995 CBS miniseries
Moloney 1996–1997 with TriStar Television, Predawn Productions and Three Putt Productions
Promised Land 1996–1999 with Moon Water Productions
Early Edition 1996–2000 co-production with Three Characters Productions (seasons 1 and 2), Angelica Films (seasons 1 and 2), and TriStar Television/Columbia TriStar Television
Distributed outside of the U.S. by Sony Pictures Television
The Gregory Hines Show 1997–1998 with Katlin/Bernstein Productions, Darric Productions and Columbia TriStar Television
Brooklyn South with Steven Bochco Productions
To Have & to Hold 1998 with The Greenblatt/Janollari Studio and Fox Television Studios
Maggie Winters 1998–1999
L.A. Doctors with Columbia TriStar Television and Johnson/Hancock Productions
Kids Say the Darndest Things 1998–2000 with LMNO Productions and Linkletter/Atkins/Kritzer Productions Inc.
Martial Law 1998–2000 with Carlton Cuse Productions, Ruddy Morgan Productions, and 20th Century Fox Television
Distributed in the U.S. by Disney-ABC Home Entertainment and Television Distribution
Sons of Thunder 1999 with Norris Brothers Entertainment
Work with Me with Stephen Engel Productions, Calm Down Productions, Nat's Eye Productions and Studios USA Television
Now and Again 1999–2000 with Paramount Television and Picturemaker Productions
Love & Money with Paramount Television
Ladies Man 1999–2001 with Columbia TriStar Television, Christopher Thompson Productions & Victor Levin Productions[citation needed]
Family Law 1999–2002 with Columbia TriStar Television and Paul Haggis Productions
Distributed outside of the U.S. by Sony Pictures Television
Judging Amy 1999–2005 with Barbara Hall-Joseph Stern Productions and 20th Century Fox Television
Distributed in the U.S. by Disney-ABC Home Entertainment and Television Distribution
City of Angels 2000 with Steven Bochco Productions
Bette 2000–2001 with D-Train Productions, All Girl Productions, and Columbia TriStar Television
Welcome to New York with Worldwide Pants, Crazy Canyon Productions, and Studios USA Television
The District 2000–2004 with Di Novi Pictures and Studios USA/Universal Television
Yes, Dear 2000–2006 with Amigos de Garcia Productions, Cherry Tree Entertainment, and 20th Century Fox Television
Distributed in the U.S. by Disney-ABC Home Entertainment and Television Distribution
Kate Brasher 2001 with Jersey Television and 20th Century Fox Television
The Education of Max Bickford 2001–2002 with Joe Cacaci Productions,[23] Sugar Mama Productions, Regency Television, and 20th Century Fox Television
Distributed in the U.S. by Disney-ABC Home Entertainment and Television Distribution
The Ellen Show with The Hurwitz Company and Columbia TriStar Television
The Agency 2001–2003 with Shaun Cassidy Productions, Radiant Productions and Studios USA/Universal Television
The Guardian 2001–2004 with David Hollander Productions, Gran Via Productions, and Columbia TriStar Television/Sony Pictures Television
Distributed outside of the U.S. by Sony Pictures Television
Haunted 2002 UPN with Industry Entertainment and Viacom Productions
Hack 2002–2004 CBS with Pariah Television and Big Ticket Television
Still Standing 2002–2006 with Tea Gal and Java Boy Productions and 20th Century Fox Television
Distributed in the U.S. by Disney-ABC Home Entertainment and Television Distribution
Abby 2003 UPN with Katlin/Bernstein Productions
Queens Supreme CBS with Shoelace Productions, Spelling Television, Red Om Films, Revolution Studios and Shadowland Productions
Charlie Lawrence with Jeffrey Richman Productions and 20th Century Fox Television
Star Search 2003–2004 with 2929 Entertainment and A.Gold.er Productions
Joan of Arcadia 2003–2005 with Barbara Hall Productions and Sony Pictures Television
Distributed outside of the U.S. by Sony Pictures Television
Listen Up! 2004–2005 with Regency Television and 20th Century Fox Television
Distributed in the U.S. by Disney-ABC Home Entertainment and Television Distribution
The Cleaner 2008–2009 A&E with Once a Frog Productions
The Beautiful Life 2009 The CW with Katalyst Films, Page Fright Productions and Warner Bros. Television
Melrose Place 2009–2010 with Slavkin/Swimmer
Accidentally on Purpose CBS with BermanBraun
Three Rivers with Fixed Mark Productions
Life Unexpected 2010–2011 The CW with Best Day Ever Productions, Mojo Films and Warner Bros. Television
The Defenders CBS with Carol Mendelsohn Productions
How to Be a Gentleman 2011–2012 with MRC
Ringer The CW with Green Eggs and Pam Productions, Brillstein Entertainment Partners, ABC Studios and Warner Bros. Television
¡Rob! 2012 CBS with The Tannenbaum Company
NYC 22 with Tribeca Productions and Post 109 Productions
CSI: Cyber 2015–2016 with Jerry Bruckheimer Television and Content Partners LLC

CBS Eye Productions[edit]

Title Original run Network Co-production with
Discovery Specials 1998–2003 Discovery Channel CBS News and Discovery Channel
Discovery Health Specials 1999–2005 Discovery Health Channel
Half & Half 2002–2006 UPN SisterLee Productions
Platinum 2003 American Zoetrope, The Greenblatt/Janollari Studio and International Famous Players Radio Corporation
The Arsenio Hall Show 2013–2014 Syndication Arsenio Hall Communications, Octagon Entertainment Productions and Tribune Broadcasting

CBS Eye Animation Productions[edit]

Title Original run Network Notes
Star Trek: Lower Decks 2020–present CBS All Access with Secret Hideout, Important Science, Roddenberry Entertainment and Titmouse, Inc.

Big Ticket Entertainment[edit]

Note: Formerly known as Big Ticket Television

Title Original run Network Notes
Night Stand with Dick Dietrick 1995–1997 Syndication/E! with RC Entertainment
Moesha 1996–2002 UPN co-production with Regan Jon Productions (1996–1997) (seasons 1–2), Saradipity Productions (1997–1999) (seasons 3–4) and Jump in the Sun Productions (1997–2000) (seasons 3–5)
Judge Judy 1996–2021 Syndication CBS Primetime special produced by Queen Bee Productions[24]
Judge Joe Brown 1998–2013
The Parkers 1999–2004 UPN with Saradipity Productions and Regan Jon Productions (1999–2000, season 1)
Gary & Mike 2001 with Bahr-Small Productions and Will Vinton Studios
Danny CBS with Acme Productions and Johnny Bongos Productions
Wolf Lake 2001–2002 CBS, UPN co-production with Cherry Pie Productions
Greetings from Tucson 2002–2003 The WB with Bang. and 3 Arts Entertainment
Hack 2002–2004 CBS with Pariah Films and CBS Productions
The Jamie Kennedy Experiment The WB with Bahr-Small Productions, Karz Entertainment, and Warner Bros. Television
Swift Justice 2010–2012 Syndication with Swift Justice Productions, Inc. and Georgia Entertainment Industries (2010–2011)
The Jeff Probst Show 2012–2013 with Great Adventure Productions
Hot Bench 2014–present co-produced by Queen Bee Productions

Paramount Television Studios[edit]

Title Network Year(s) Co-production companies Notes Status
Minority Report Fox 2015 Amblin Television and 20th Century Fox Television Ended
Vinyl HBO 2016 Jagged Productions, Sikelia Productions, and Cold Front Productions
School of Rock Nickelodeon 2016–2018 Armogida Brothers Productions and Passable Entertainment
Shooter USA Network Leverage Entertainment, Closest to the Hole Productions, and Universal Cable Productions initially in development at TNT
Berlin Station Epix 2016–2019 Third State, Harbor Men Pictures (Season 1), Solid State Pictures (Season 3), Vanessa Productions, LTD., and Anonymous Content
A Series of Unfortunate Events Netflix 2017–2019 Sonnenfeld Productions, Inc. and What is the Question?
13 Reasons Why 2017–2020 July Moon Productions, Kicked to the Curb Productions, and Anonymous Content
The Contender Epix 2018 MGM Television
The Haunting of Hill House Netflix FlanaganFilm and Amblin Television Miniseries
Maniac Anonymous Content
The Alienist TNT 2018–present Anonymous Content and Studio T Current
Condor
Skydance Television and MGM Television
Jack Ryan Amazon Prime Video Skydance Television and Amazon Studios
Catch-22 Hulu 2019 Anonymous Content Miniseries
The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann Netflix Pulse Films
Looking for Alaska Hulu Temple Hill Entertainment and Fake Empire Productions
Watchmen HBO Warner Bros. Television, White Rabbit, and DC Films
Boomerang BET 2019–present Hilman Grad Productions Current
First Wives Club Tracy Yvonne Productions and Jax Media
Briarpatch USA Network 2020 Universal Content Productions and Anonymous Content Ended
Defending Jacob Apple TV+ Anonymous Content Miniseries
The Haunting of Bly Manor Netflix Intrepid Pictures and Amblin Television
Paradise Lost Spectrum Originals Anonymous Content Ended
When the Streetlights Go On Quibi Anonymous Content
Home Before Dark Apple TV+ 2020–present Anonymous Content Current
Made for Love HBO Max 2021–present Ghost Moon and 3dot Productions

Upcoming[edit]

Title Network Year Co-production companies Notes Status
Heels Starz 2021 Lionsgate Television [25][26][27] Post-production
Station Eleven HBO Max [28][29][30] Filming
Long Slow Exhale Spectrum Originals TBA Made Up Stories [31][32]
Shantaram Apple TV+ Anonymous Content initially in development at Warner Bros. Pictures[33][34][35]
Varsity Blues The Roku Channel Mandalay Sports Media initially in development at CMT and ordered at Quibi[36][37]
Adventures in Wonder Park Nickelodeon Nickelodeon Animation Studio, Ilion Animation Studios, and Paramount Animation First television series from Paramount Animation[38] Series order
The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay Showtime CBS Studios initially in development at HBO[39]
Fatal Attraction Paramount+ Amblin Television initially in development at Fox[40]
Flashdance [41][40]
Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies Picturestart and Temple Hill Entertainment initially ordered at HBO Max[42]
The Italian Job initially in development at NBC[40]
Reacher Amazon Prime Video Amazon Studios and Skydance Television [43][44]
Joe Pickett Spectrum Originals Red Wagon Entertainment [45][46]
Love Story Paramount+ CBS Studios [40]
The Offer [47]
The Parallax View [40]
American Gigolo Showtime Jerry Bruckheimer Television [48][49][50] Pilot order

In development[edit]

Title Network Co-production companies Notes
100 Days To Fall In Love Showtime Viacom International Studios [51]
Ace of Spades Hulu Anonymous Content [52]
Alex Cross Amazon Prime Video Amazon Studios, James Patterson Entertainment, and Skydance Television [53]
Ashecliffe HBO Appian Way Productions, Phoenix Pictures, and Sikelia Productions [54]
Battlefield TBA Anonymous Content [55]
Black Viking Anonymous Content [56]
Classified HBO Max [57]
The Couple Next Door TBA Anonymous Content and Sugar23 [58]
D.A.R.Y.L TBS [59]
The Devil in the White City Hulu Appian Way Productions and Sikelia Productions [60]
Event Horizon Amazon Prime Video Amazon Studios [61]
Explorers TBA Parliament of Owls and Sailor Bear Productions [62]
Furniss AMC AMC Studios, Anonymous Content, and Chapter Eleven [63][64]
Grace TBA [65]
Ghost [66]
I'll Never Tell Broken Road Productions [67]
Inner City Pressure Pulse Films [68]
Is There Still Sex in the City? 3dot Productions and Anonymous Content [69]
The Last of the Mohicans HBO Max Anonymous Content, Parliament of Owls, and Sugar23 [70]
Legbreakers TBA Anonymous Content and FLX [71]
The Library Book Anonymous Content and Brillstein Entertainment Partners [72]
Lindbergh initially in development at DreamWorks Pictures[73]
Lock Every Door Anonymous Content [74]
MaddAddam Hulu Anonymous Content and Rock Paper Scissors Entertainment initially in development at HBO[75][76]
Middlesex TBA initially in development at HBO[77]
Raven Rock NBC Compari Entertainment, eOne, and Landscape Entertainment [78][79]
Snow Crash HBO Max The Kennedy/Marshall Company initially in development at Amazon[80]
A Special Place for Women TBA Swimsuit Competition [81]
Stranger in a Strange Land Syfy Mythology Entertainment, Scott Rudin Productions, Universal Content Productions, and Vecchio Entertainment [82]
Stupid Idiots TBA Anonymous Content [83]
Talisman Netflix Amblin Television and Netflix initially in development as a feature film[84]
Telex from Cuba TBA Anonymous Content [85]
Ten Borders National Geographic Scott Free Productions [86]
Time Bandits Apple TV+ Anonymous Content and MRC [87]
Tinseltown Spectrum Originals Kapital Entertainment and KatCo [88]
The Truman Show TBA [89]
The Unexplainable Disappearance Of Mars Patel Anonymous Content [90]
Untitled Lady Jaye series Amazon Prime Video eOne and Skydance Television [91]
Untitled rent a family drama TBA Anonymous Content and Condé Nast Entertainment [92]
Velvet Paramount Network Anonymous Content and Chapter Eleven [93]
The Venery of Samantha Bird Starz Lionsgate Television and Pacesetter Productions [94]
The Warriors Netflix AGBO and Midnight Radio initially in development at Hulu[95]
The Windfall TBA Anonymous Content [96]
You Can't Catch Me Broken Road Productions [67]

DreamWorks Television[edit]

Title Years Network Notes
Champs 1996 ABC with Ubu Productions
High Incident 1996–1997 with Johnson/Pavone Productions, Nothing But Net, Inc. (season 1); Donwell Productions (season 2)
Majority Rules NBC
Spin City 1996–2002 ABC with Ubu Productions and LotteryHill Entertainment
Ink 1996–1997 CBS with Shukovsky English Entertainment and Addis/Wechsler Television
Arsenio 1997 ABC with David Rosenthal Productions and Arsenio Hall Communications
Toonsylvania 1998 Fox Kids produced by DreamWorks Animation
Invasion America The WB produced by DreamWorks Animation
It's Like, You Know... 1999–2000 ABC with 42 Pound Productions and EWH3 Productions
Freaks and Geeks NBC with Apatow Productions
The Others 2000 NBC with NBC Studios and Delusional Films
Battery Park with Ubu Productions
The Job 2001–2002 ABC co-production with The Cloudland Company, Apostle and Touchstone Television
Rights co-owned with ABC Studios
Band of Brothers 2001 HBO miniseries; co-production with HBO and Playtone
Rights owned by HBO
Alienators: Evolution Continues 2001–2002 Fox Kids produced by DreamWorks Television with DIC Entertainment, Columbia TriStar Television and The Montecito Picture Company
Rights co-owned with DHX Media
Undeclared Fox co-production with Apatow Productions
Off Centre The WB with Weitz, Weitz & Zuker and Warner Bros. Television[N 4]
Boomtown 2002–2003 NBC with Nemo Films and NBC Studios
Rights co-owned with NBCUniversal Television Distribution (distributed outside of the U.S. by MGM Television)
Taken 2002 Sci Fi miniseries
Oliver Beene 2003–2004 Fox with Steven Levitan Productions, ge.wirtz Films and Twentieth Century Fox Television
Rights co-owned with Disney-ABC Home Entertainment and Television Distribution through 20th Century Fox Television.
Las Vegas 2003–2008 NBC with Gary Scott Thompson Productions and NBC Studios, later NBC Universal Television Studio and later Universal Media Studios
Rights owned by NBCUniversal Television Distribution (distributed outside of the U.S. by MGM Television)
Line of Fire 2003–2004 ABC with Battle Plan Productions and Touchstone Television
Rights owned by Disney-ABC Home Entertainment and Television Distribution
Rescue Me 2004–2011 FX with The Cloudland Company, Apostle and Sony Pictures Television[N 3]
Father of the Pride 2004–2005 NBC produced by DreamWorks Animation
Rights owned by NBCUniversal Television Distribution
The Contender 2005–2008 NBC with Mark Burnett Productions
Into the West 2005 TNT miniseries
Miracle Workers 2006 ABC with MedMiracle Productions
Currently owned by Entertainment One
Dog Bites Man Comedy Central with Comedy Central
On the Lot 2007 Fox with Amblin Television and Mark Burnett Productions
Carpoolers 2007–2008 ABC with T.R.O.R.T., 3 Arts Entertainment and ABC Studios
Rights owned by Disney-ABC Home Entertainment and Television Distribution

Miramax Television[edit]

Title Years Network Notes
The World of David the Gnome 1987 Nickelodeon English dub only; co-production with CINAR for BRB Internacional
Rebel Highway 1994 Showtime as Dimension Television
Wasteland 1999–2000 ABC co-production with Outerbanks Entertainment
Clerks: The Animated Series 2000–2002 co-production with Touchstone Television, View Askew Productions, Woltz International Pictures, and Walt Disney Television Animation (uncredited)
Project Greenlight 2001–2005 HBO co-production with Adaptive Studios and Pearl Street Films
Glory Days 2002 The WB as Dimension Television; co-production with Outerbanks Entertainment
Tokyo Pig 2002–2003 ABC Family co-production with Buena Vista Television
Semi-Homemade Cooking with Sandra Lee 2003–2011 Food Network produced earlier episodes only
Project Runway 2004–2011 Lifetime seasons 1–9 only; co-production with Bunim/Murray Productions, Full Picture Entertainment, Heidi Klum Productions, Magical Elves Productions, and The Weinstein Company Television (Seasons 2–16)
From Dusk till Dawn: The Series 2014–2016 El Rey Network co-production with Sugarcane Entertainment, FactoryMade Ventures, and Rodriguez International Pictures
Crow's Blood 2017 [97]

Paramount Digital Entertainment[edit]

Title Years Network
The Legion of Extraordinary Dancers 2010–2011 Hulu
The Hotwives 2014–2015
Resident Advisors 2015
Bajillion Dollar Propertie$ 2016–2019 Seeso/Pluto TV

Insurge Pictures[edit]

Title Airdate Network Notes
Burning Love 2012–2013 Yahoo! Screen/E! co-production with Red Hour Productions, Abominable Pictures and Dancing Workfriend

CBS News[edit]

ViacomCBS Domestic Media Networks[edit]

Title Years Network Co-production with
Clone High 2002–2003 MTV Nelvana, Touchstone Television, Doozer, Lord Miller Productions and Teletoon
ALF's Hit Talk Show 2004 TV Land Get Real Entertainment and Paul Fusco Productions
Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County 2004–2006 MTV Go Go Luckey Productions
Living In TV Land TV Land
Video Mods 2004–2005 MTV2
Wonder Showzen 2005–2006 PFFR and USA Cable Entertainment (season 1)
Chasing Farrah 2005 TV Land
Noah's Arc 2005–2006 Logo
Sit Down Comedy with David Steinberg 2005–2007 TV Land Dark Light Pictures
Can't Get a Date 2006 VH1/Logo
U.S. of Ant Logo
Where My Dogs At? MTV2
My First Time TV Land
TV Land: Myths and Legends 2007–2008
The Big Gay Sketch Show 2007–2010 Logo Oh Really! Productions
Friday: The Animated Series 2007 MTV2 New Line Television and Cube Vision
The Big 4-0 2008 TV Land
She's Got the Look 2008–2010
Outsiders Inn 2008 CMT
Make My Day 2009 TV Land
First Love, Second Chance 2010
Hot in Cleveland 2010–2015 Hazy Mills Productions and SamJen Productions
Harry Loves Lisa 2010 Good Clean Fun
Retired at 35 2011–2012 Fore Flat Productions and Acme Productions
Happily Divorced 2011–2013 Uh-Oh Productions
Single Ladies 2011–2015 VH1/Centric Blueice Pictures, Flavor Unit Entertainment and Water Walk Productions
Guy Code 2011–2015 MTV2
The Exes TV Land Mark Reisman Productions and Acme Productions
The Soul Man 2012–2016 Bird and a Bear Entertainment, Hazy Mills Productions and SamJen Productions
Forever Young 2013 3 Ball Productions and Katalyst Films
Hit the Floor 2013–2018 VH1/BET The Film Syndicate and In Cahoots Media
Kirstie 2013–2014 TV Land Marco Pennette Productions
Jennifer Falls 2014 Vanity Logo Productions and Acme Productions
Younger 2015–present Darren Star Productions and Jax Media
The Jim Gaffigan Show 2015–2016 Fedora Entertainment, Brillstein Entertainment Partners, Burrow Owl Productions, Jax Media and Chimichanga Productions, Inc.
Impastor The Tannenbaum Company and All in Vane
Kingin' with Tyga MTV2 3 Ball Entertainment
Teachers 2016–2019 TV Land Martel & Roberts Productions
Lopez 2016–2017 Traviesco Productions, Altschuler Krinsky Works, 3 Arts Entertainment and Dakota Pictures
Nobodies 2017–2018 Jax Media and On the Day Productions
90's House 2017 MTV2
Daytime Divas 2017 VH1 Osprey Entertainment and De Passe Jones Entertainment

Nickelodeon[edit]

Title Years Notes
Pinwheel 1977–1984 Debuted less than two years prior to Nickelodeon's actual launch in 1979.
America Goes Bananaz 1979–1980
Nickel Flicks
By the Way
Hocus Focus
Video Comic Book 1979–1981
Livewire 1980–1985
Kids' Writes 1981–1983 co-production with Embassy Television[98][N 3]
Against the Odds 1982–1984
Standby...Lights! Camera! Action! 1982–1987
You Can't Do That on Television 1981–1990
Mr. Wizard's World 1983–1990
Going Great 1983–1984
Nick Rocks 1984–1989
Out of Control 1984–1985
Turkey Television 1985–1986
Double Dare 1986–1993
Rated K: For Kids, By Kids 1986–1988
Finders Keepers 1987–1988
Kids' Court 1988–1989
Don't Just Sit There 1988–1991
Total Panic 1989–1990
Think Fast 1989–1991
Make the Grade
Hey Dude
Eureeka's Castle 1989–1992 co-production with Noyes & Laybourne
On the Television 1990–1991
SK8-TV 1990
Wild & Crazy Kids 1990–1992
2002
co-production with Woody Fraser Productions and Reeves Entertainment Group
Outta Here! 1990–1991
Fifteen 1991–1993 Currently owned by the Peter Rodgers Organization
Welcome Freshman
The Adventures of Pete & Pete 1991–1996 co-produced with Gordon Productions (1993-1995) and Wellsville Productions (1995-1996)
Clarissa Explains It All 1991–1994 co-production with Thuunder Pictures
Salute Your Shorts 1991–1992 co-production with Propaganda Films
Hi Honey, I'm Home! co-production with RiPe Productions
Doug 1991–1994 distribution in North and South America
co-production with Jumbo Pictures and Ellipse Programmé
first four seasons only; seasons 5-7 were produced by Disney Television Animation
Rugrats 1991–2004 co-production with Klasky Csupo
The Ren & Stimpy Show 1991–1996 co-production with Spümcø (seasons 1-2) Games Animation (seasons 3–5)
What Would You Do? 1991–1993 co-production with Woody Fraser Productions and Reeves Entertainment
Nickelodeon Launch Box 1991–1994 co-production with NASA and Space Mirror Memorial
Nick Jr. Rocks 1991 interstitial series
Nickelodeon Arcade 1992 co-production with Bethea-Miteff Productions, Inc.
Nick News with Linda Ellerbee 1992–2015 co-production with Lucky Duck Productions
Roundhouse 1992–1995 co-production with Rebel Entertainment
Are You Afraid of the Dark? 1992–1996
1999–2000
co-production with Cinar[N 2]
The Wild Side Show 1992–1994
Nickelodeon Guts 1992–1996 co-production with Chauncey Street Productions
Weinerville 1993–1996
Legends of the Hidden Temple 1993–1995 co-production with Stone Stanley Productions
Rocko's Modern Life 1993–1996 co-production with Joe Murray Productions
Gullah Gullah Island 1994–1998 co-production with Magnet Productions (season 1) and Perez-Minton Productions
Allegra's Window 1994–1996 co-production with Topstone Productions and Jumbo Pictures
U to U 1994–1995
The Secret World of Alex Mack 1994–1998 co-production with Lynch Entertainment, RHI Entertainment/Hallmark Entertainment
Rights co-owned with Sonar Entertainment
All That 1994–present co-production with Tollin/Robbins Productions (seasons 1–10), Schneider's Bakery (season 10) DJKay Entertainment and Kevin & Heath Productions (season 11)
My Brother and Me 1994–1995 co-production with Burns & Burns
Aaahh!!! Real Monsters 1994–1997 co-production with Klasky Csupo
Nick in the Afternoon 1995–1998 interstitial series
Little Bear 1995–2003 co-production for Nelvana[N 5]
Space Cases 1996–1997 co-production with Cinar[N 2]
The Mystery Files of Shelby Woo 1996–1998 co-production with Out of My Mind Productions and Cinar (season 4)[N 2]
Kenan & Kel 1996–2000 co-production with Tollin/Robbins Productions
Blue's Clues 1996–2004
2006
Hey Arnold! 1996–2002 co-production with Snee-Oosh, Inc.
KaBlam! 1996–2000 co-production with Flying Mallet, Inc. (season 4)
The Angry Beavers 1997–2001 co-production with Gunther-Wahl Productions, Inc.
Figure It Out 1997–1999
2012–2013
The Journey of Allen Strange 1997–2000 co-production with Lynch Entertainment
Binyah Binyah! 1997
Renford Rejects 1998–2001 co-production with Helion Pictures
CatDog 1998–2005 co-production with Peter Hannan Productions
Oh Yeah! Cartoons 1998–2001 co-production with Frederator Incorporated
You're On! 1998–1999 co-production with Marjesam Productions
Cousin Skeeter 1998–2001 co-production with Tollin/Robbins Productions
The Wild Thornberrys 1998–2004 co-production with Klasky Csupo
The Brothers Flub 1999–2000 produced by Sunbow Entertainment, Ravensburger Film + TV and Videal
Currently owned by Studio 100
SpongeBob SquarePants 1999–present co-production with United Plankton Pictures
Phred on Your Head Show 1999–2000 co-production with MTV Animation and Possible Worlds
Rocket Power 1999–2004 co-production with Klasky Csupo
100 Deeds for Eddie McDowd 1999–2002 co-production with Lynch Entertainment, Lincoln Field Productions, and Fireworks Entertainment
Currently distributed outside of the U.S. by Kew Media Group
The Amanda Show co-production with Tollin/Robbins Productions
A Walk in Your Shoes 1999–2005 co-production with Dancing Toad Productions
Little Bill 1999–2004
ChalkZone 1998–1999;
2002–2008
co-production with Frederator Studios
Double Dare 2000 2000
Slime Time Live 2000–2003
Caitlin's Way 2000–2002 co-production with Riverwood Productions, Fireworks Entertainment, and Lynch Entertainment
Currently distributed outside of the US by Kew Media Group
The Brothers García 2000–2004 co-production with Sí TV
Dora the Explorer 2000–2019
Pelswick 2000–2002 co-production with Nelvana and Hong Ying Animation[N 5]
Noah Knows Best 2000–2001 co-production with Tested Ladder Entertainment
As Told by Ginger 2000–2005 co-production with Klasky Csupo
Oobi co-production with Little Airplane Productions
Taina 2001–2002 co-production with Dorado Productions
Distributed outside of the US by Nelvana
The Fairly OddParents 2001–2017 co-production with Frederator Studios and Billionfold Inc. (2008–17)
Episodes 1–65 are distributed outside of the US by Nelvana
Invader Zim 2001–2004
Oswald 2001–2003 co-production with HIT Entertainment
The URL with Phred Show 2001–2002
Sponk! co-production with Insight Productions and Sesame Workshop
Degrassi: The Next Generation 2001–2015 co-production with Epitome Pictures/DHX Media and Bell Media[N 2]
Action League Now! 2001–2002 co-production with Flying Mallet, Inc. filmed in Chuckimation
The Nick Cannon Show 2002–2003 co-production with Tollin/Robbins Productions
Play with Me Sesame 2002–2007 co-production for Sesame Workshop
The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius 2002–2006 co-production with O Entertainment and DNA Productions
Nickelodeon Robot Wars 2002 co-production with Tinopolis
U-Pick Live 2002–2005
Scaredy Camp 2002–2003
Yakkity Yak co-production with Studio B Productions, Kapow Pictures, and Teletoon[N 2]
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2003–2009 co-produced by Mirage Studios and 4Kids Entertainment
Acquired by Viacom International in 2009
Miffy and Friends 2003–2007 co-production with Big Tent Entertainment
Rights owned by Studio 100
All Grown Up! 2003–2008 co-production with Klasky Csupo
LOL with The N 2003
My Life as a Teenage Robot 2003–2009 co-production with Frederator Studios
Romeo! 2003–2006 co-production with Tom Lynch Company and P. Miller Collection
Whoopi's Littleburg 2004 co-production with Lil' Whoop Productions and Shot in the Dark Productions
Drake & Josh 2004–2007
Winx Club 2004–present seasons 3–7 and specials only; co-production and co-owned with Rainbow S.r.l.
ViacomCBS became a co-owner of Rainbow S.r.l. itself in 2011
Nickelodeon Splat! 2004
Danny Phantom 2004–2007 co-production with Billionfold Inc.
Peppa Pig 2004–present co-production with Astley Baker Davies for Entertainment One
Fatherhood 2004–2005
Blue's Room 2004–2007
LazyTown co-production with LazyTown Entertainment, Truenorth Production, and Les Enterprises Le Gué[N 4]
Curious Buddies 2004–2005 co-production with Spiffy Pictures
Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide 2004–2007 coproduction with Jack Mackie Pictures and Apollo ProMovie
Unfabulous
The Backyardigans 2004–2013 co-production with Nelvana
Distributed outside the United States by Nelvana
Nicktoons Film Festival 2004–2009 co-production with Frederator Studios
Family Face Off: Hollywood 2004
Zoey 101 2005–2008 co-production with Schneider's Bakery, Apollo ProMovie and Dolphin Entertainment
Avatar: The Last Airbender
The Search For The Funniest Mom In America 2005–2007
Catscratch
Rugrats Pre-School Daze 2005
Hi-Jinks 2005–2006
Friday Night Slimetime
Go, Diego, Go! 2005–2011
Jack's Big Music Show 2005–2008 co-production with Spiffy Pictures
South of Nowhere 2005–2008 co-production with Tom Lynch Company
Purple and Brown interstitial series; co-production for Aardman Animations
The X's 2005–2006
Mr. Meaty 2005–2009 co-production with 3J's Productions
Kappa Mikey 2006–2008 co-production with Animation Collective
Currently owned by Cake Entertainment
Wonder Pets! 2006–2013 co-production with Little Airplane Productions
Just for Kicks 2006 co-production with Brookwell McNamara Entertainment and Lil' Whoop Productions
Pinky Dinky Doo 2006–2009 co-production with Cartoon Pizza for Sesame Workshop
Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! 2006–2010 produced by Frederator Studios, Bolder Media, Film Roman and IDT Entertainment/Starz Distribution
Currently owned by Lionsgate Television
The Upside Down Show 2006–2007 co-production with Blink Films for Sesame Workshop
At the Poocharelli's 2006
Random! Cartoons 2006–2007 co-production with Frederator Incorporated
Just Jordan 2007–2008 co-production with Rosa Floribunda Productions (season 2)
The Naked Brothers Band 2007–2009 co-production with Kidzhouse Entertainment and Worldwide Biggies
El Tigre: The Adventures of Manny Rivera 2007–2008 co-production with Mexopolis
Wayside co-production with Teletoon and Nelvana[N 5]
Let's Just Play Go Healthy Challenge 2007
Yo Gabba Gabba! 2007–2015 produced by The Magic Store and WildBrain[N 2]
Tak and the Power of Juju 2007–2009
Back at the Barnyard 2007–2011 co-production with Omation
iCarly 2007–2012 co-production with Schneider's Bakery
Bet The House 2007–2008
Ni Hao, Kai-Lan 2007–2011 co-production with Harringtoons Productions
Dance on Sunset 2008–2009
The Mighty B! 2008–2011 co-production with Paper Kite Productions and Polka Dot Pictures
Queen Bees 2008 co-production with Endemol USA
The N's Student Body
My Family's Got Guts 2008–2009 co-production with Worldwide Biggies and Five Alts Productions, LLC.
Making Fiends 2008
True Jackson, VP 2008–2011 co-production with Gordon 3000 Industries
Inazuma Eleven 2008–2011 co-production with OLM, inc. and Arait Multimedia
Acquired by Viacom International in 2020
The Penguins of Madagascar 2008–2015 co-production with DreamWorks Animation
Ben & Holly's Little Kingdom 2009–2014 co-production with Astley Baker Davies for Entertainment One
The Assistants 2009 produced by Tom Lynch Company Studios for Fireworks Entertainment
Currently distributed outside of the U.S. by Kew Media Group
Glenn Martin, DDS 2009–2011 co-production with The Tornante Company and Cuppa Coffee Studios
Dancing Sushi 2009–2010 interstitial series; co-production with Animation Collective
Currently owned by Cake Entertainment
The Fresh Beat Band 2009–2013
The Troop co-production with The Writers Room, No Equal Entertainment, and Tom Lynch Company Studios
BrainSurge 2009–2014 co-production with Stone & Company Entertainment and 310 Entertainment
Fanboy & Chum Chum 2009–2014 co-production with Frederator Studios
Big Time Rush 2009–2013 co-production with Jack Mackie Pictures and Sony Music
Team Umizoomi 2010–2015 co-production with Curious Pictures
Victorious 2010–2013 co-production with Schneider's Bakery and Sony Music
T.U.F.F. Puppy 2010–2014 co-production with Billionfold Inc.
Planet Sheen 2010–2013 co-production with Omation
House of Anubis 2011–2013 co-production with Studio 100 and Lime Pictures
Inazuma Eleven GO 2011–2014 co-production with OLM, Inc. and Arait Multimedia
Acquired by Viacom International in 2020
Bubble Guppies 2011–2016, 2019–present co-production with WildBrain (season 1), Nelvana (seasons 2–4), and Jam Filled Entertainment (season 5)
Supah Ninjas 2011–2013 co-production with Varsity Pictures
Bucket & Skinner's Epic Adventures co-production with Tom Lynch Company Studios and Bugliari/McLaughlin Productions
Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness 2011–2015 co-production with DreamWorks Animation
Hollywood Heights 2012 co-production with Sony Pictures Television and Televisa
The Legend of Korra 2012–2014 co-production with Ginormous Madman and Studio Mir
Robot and Monster 2012–2015 co-production with Smasho! Productions and Lowbar Productions
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2012–2017 co-production with Mirage Studios and Lowbar Productions
See Dad Run 2012–2015 co-production with Katlin Bernstein Productions and Bischoff Hervey Entertainment
How to Rock 2012 co-production with Alloy Entertainment
TeenNick Top 10 2012–2018 co-production with Ncredible Entertainment
Wendell & Vinnie 2013 co-production with Passable Entertainment and Kapital Entertainment
Nick Studio 10 interstitial series
Monsters vs. Aliens 2013–2014 co-production with DreamWorks Animation
Sanjay and Craig 2013–2016 co-production with Forest City Rockers
Sam & Cat 2013–2014 co-production with Schneider's Bakery
AwesomenessTV 2013–2015 co-production with Awesomeness
The Haunted Hathaways co-production with Bugliari/McLaughlin Productions
PAW Patrol 2013–present co-production with Spin Master and Guru Studio
Instant Mom 2013–2015 co-production with Stockholm Syndrome and Kapital Entertainment
The Thundermans 2013–2018 co-produced by Cross Hoge Productions and Dworkingham Productions
Wallykazam! 2014–2017
Every Witch Way 2014–2015 co-produced by Cinemat
Breadwinners 2014–2016
Webheads 2014–2015 co-production with Ryan Seacrest Productions
Dora and Friends: Into the City! 2014–2017
Henry Danger 2014–2020 co-production with Schneider's Bakery
Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn 2014–2018 co-production with November 13th
Blaze and the Monster Machines 2014–present co-production with DHX Media
100 Things to Do Before High School 2014–2016 co-production with Jack Mackie Pictures
Bella and the Bulldogs
Harvey Beaks 2015–2017
Fresh Beat Band of Spies 2015–2016 co-production with 6 Point Harness
Mutt & Stuff 2015–2017 co-production with Sid and Marty Krofft Pictures and Cesar's Way
Talia in the Kitchen 2015
Make It Pop 2015-2016
Pig Goat Banana Cricket 2015–2018
Shimmer and Shine 2015–2020
Game Shakers 2015–2019 co-production with Schneider's Bakery
WITS Academy 2015
The Loud House 2016–present
School of Rock 2016–2018
The HALO Effect 2016
Paradise Run 2016–2018
Crashletes 2016–2019 co-production with Superjacket Productions
Legendary Dudas 2016 co-production with Stumper Bridgett Productions
All In with Cam Newton
Jagger Eaton's Mega Life 2016–2017 co-production with Superjacket Productions
Rusty Rivets 2016–present co-production with Spin Master and Jam Filled Entertainment
Lip Sync Battle Shorties 2016–2019 co-production with Eight Million Plus Productions
Bunsen Is a Beast 2017–2018 co-production with Billionfold Inc.
Nella the Princess Knight 2017–2019 co-production with Brown Bag Films
Top Wing 2017–present co-production with Industrial Brothers and 9 Story Media Group
Hunter Street co-production with Blooming Media
The Dude Perfect Show 2017–2019
Welcome to the Wayne co-production with Yowza! Animation
Sunny Day co-production with Silvergate Media
I Am Frankie 2017–2018 co-production with Paradiso Pictures
The Adventures of Kid Danger 2018 co-production with Powerhouse Animation Studios and Schneider's Bakery
Zoofari
Knight Squad 2018–2019 co-produced by Dworkingham Productions
Keep It Spotless 2018
Double Dare (revival) 2018–2019 co-production with FremantleMedia North America
Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2018–present co-production with Mirage Studios and Flying Bark Productions
Butterbean's Café 2018–present co-production with Brown Bag Films
Cousins for Life 2018–2019 co-produced with Kevin & Heath Productions
Abby Hatcher 2018–present co-production with Spin Master and Guru Studio
Pinky Malinky 2019
Tot Cop
Nick Cannon Presents: Fresh Artist
Rainbow Butterfly Unicorn Kitty co-production with Funrise Toys and Bardel Entertainment
Distributed outside of the US by Jetpack Distribution
The Substitute 2019–present
Ryan's Mystery Playdate 2019–present co-production with PocketWatch and Sunlight Entertainment
Rights owned by PocketWatch
Are You Smarter than a 5th Grader? 2019
All That (revival) 2019–present
Are You Afraid of the Dark? 2019–present miniseries; co-production with DHX Media
The Casagrandes 2019–present
America's Most Musical Family 2019–2020
Blue's Clues & You! 2019–present co-production with 9 Story Media Group and Brown Bag Films
Top Elf 2019–present
It's Pony 2019–present co-production with Blue Zoo
The Crystal Maze 2020 co-production with Banijay Group
Glitch Techs 2020–present co-distributed by Netflix Streaming Services and airs exclusively on Netflix
Tyler Perry's Young Dylan 2020–present co-production with Tyler Perry Studios
Danger Force 2020–present co-production with Schneider's Bakery
Santiago of the Seas 2020–present co-production with Walsh Valdés Productions
Unleashed 2020–present co-production with Fremantle
Side Hustle 2020–present co-production with Eyebrow-Bird Productions
The Astronauts 2020–present co-production with Unmovies and Imagine Kids & Family
Kinderwood 2020–present co-production with Titmouse, Inc.
Baby Shark's Big Show! 2020–present co-production with SmartStudy/Pinkfong
Kamp Koral: SpongeBob's Under Years 2021–present co-production with United Plankton Pictures
Drama Club co-production with Awesomeness
The Barbarian and the Troll co-production with Mike Mitchell Productions and Bright Light Pictures
Rugrats (revival) co-production with Klasky Csupo

BET[edit]

Note: Formerly known as Black Entertainment Television

Title Years Notes
Soul Train 1971–2006 produced by Don Cornelius Productions
Acquired by BET Networks in 2016
Bobby Jones Gospel 1980–2016
Video Soul 1981–1996
Video Vibrations 1984–1997
Teen Summit 1989–2002
Screen Scene 1990–1997
Story Porch 1992–1996
ComicView 1992–2008
2014
Planet Groove 1996–1999
Jam Zone/Cita's World 1997–2003
106 & Park 2000–2014
College Hill 2004–2009
BET Style 2004–2006
Hotwyred 2006–2007
The Black Carpet 2006–2008
Baldwin Hills 2007–2009 co-production with C4 Pictures
Sunday Best 2007–2015
Frankie & Neffe 2009
Tina and Toya 2009–2010 co-production with DuBose Entertainment
Let's Stay Together 2011–2014 co-production with Curiously Bright Entertainment and Five & Dime Productions
Keyshia & Daniel: Family First 2012 co-production with DuBose Entertainment
Real Husbands of Hollywood 2013–2016 co-production with HartBeat Productions, JSR Productions, and 3 Arts Entertainment
Being Mary Jane 2013-2019 co-produced with Akil Productions, Breakdown Productions, Schoolcraft Productions (season 4–5) and Will Packer Productions (season 4–5)
Nellyville 2014–2015 co-production with Entertainment One
DeSean Jackson: Home Team 2015
Keyshia Cole: All In co-production with DuBose Entertainment and Keyshia Cole Productions
It's A Mann's World 2015–2016
The BET Life Of... 2015–present
About The Business 2016
Criminals at Work
Chasing Destiny
Ink, Paper, Scissors
Zoe Ever After co-production with Scooter Braun Projects and Martin Chase Productions
Joyful Noise 2016–2017
From the Bottom Up 2016–present
The Comedy Get Down 2017–present
The Quad 2017–2018 co-production with Rainforest Entertainment, WaterWalk Productions, and Capital Arts Entertainment
Rebel 2017 co-production with New Deal Productions, 8 Mile Scomi Productions, MarVista Entertainment and Silver Screen Pictures Entertainment
50 Central 2017 co-production with G-Unit Films and Television Inc. and Black Roads Entertainment
Tales 2017 co-production with Visionary Ideas
The Rundown with Robin Thede 2017–2018
Black Card Revoked 2018–present
Mancave 2018–present
In Contempt 2018 co-produced by Blue Ice Pictures
Hustle in Brooklyn 2018–present
American Soul 2019–2020 produced by Once A Frog Entertainment, Imphiniti Entertainment, Philoment Media and Jesse Collins Entertainment
Boomerang 2019–present co-production with 606 Television, DeEtte Productions, Hillman Grad Productions, and Paramount Television Studios
Games People Play 2019–present co-production with Edmonds Entertainment and STX Entertainment
The Oval 2019–present co-production with Tyler Perry Studios
Sistas 2019–present co-production with Tyler Perry Studios
Twenties 2020–present co-production with Tyler Perry Studios
Tyler Perry's Assisted Living 2020–present co-production with Tyler Perry Studios
Tyler Perry's House of Payne 2020–present co-production with Tyler Perry Studios

Comedy Partners[edit]

Title Years Notes
Mystery Science Theater 3000 1989–1996 co-production with Best Brains and HBO Downtown Productions
Rights owned by Shout! Factory
Afterdrive 1990–1991
Access America co-production with Reeves Entertainment
Comics Only 1991–1992 co-production with I'm Right No I'm Right Productions
Women Aloud 1992–1993 co-production with HBO Downtown Productions
Two Drink Minimum 1993–1994
Politically Incorrect 1993–2002
Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist 1995–2002 co-production with HBO Downtown Productions, Popular Arts Entertainment and Soup2Nuts
The Daily Show 1996–present co-production with Mad Cow Productions, Busboy Productions and Ark Angel
Pulp Comics 1996–2000
Canned Ham 1996–2002
Viva Variety 1997–1999
South Park 1997–present co-production with Braniff Productions, Parker-Stone Productions and South Park Studios
Make Me Laugh 1997-1998 co-production with Dove Four Point Productions
Premium Blend 1997–2005
Upright Citizens Brigade 1998–2000
Comedy Central Presents 1998–2011 co-production with RickMill Productions
The Man Show 1999–2004 co-production with Stone Stanley Entertainment
Rights owned by Stone & Company Entertainment
Strangers with Candy 1999–2000
Turn Ben Stein On 1999–2001
Vs. 1999
BattleBots 2000–2002 later aired on the ABC and Discovery Channel; co-production with Whalerock Industries and BattleBots Productions
Strip Mall 2000–2001
TV Funhouse co-production with Poochie Doochie Productions
The Chris Wylde Show Starring Chris Wylde 2001
Insomniac with Dave Attell 2001–2004
Let's Bowl 2001–2002 co-production with The Scott–Kronfeld Experience
Primetime Glick 2001–2003
That's My Bush! 2001 co-production with Important Television
Beat the Geeks 2001–2002 co-production with Mindless Entertainment and Fox 21 Television Studios
Comic Groove 2002
Contest Searchlight co-production with Apostle
Crank Yankers 2002–2005; 2007
Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn 2002–2004
Chappelle's Show 2003–2006 co-production with Pilot Boys Productions and Marobru Productions
Comedy Central Roast 2003–present
I'm With Busey 2003
Reno 911! 2003–2009
Kid Notorious 2003 co-production with Alan & Alan Productions, Brett Morgen Productions and Woodland Productions
Crossballs 2004
The Graham Norton Effect U.S. version
Jump Cuts
Shorties Watchin' Shorties
Wanda Does It
The World Stands Up
Drawn Together 2004–2007
Con 2005
The Hollow Men
Stella
Too Late with Adam Carolla
Weekends at the D.L.
Distraction 2005–2006 U.S. version
The Showbiz Show with David Spade 2005–2007
Mind of Mencia 2005–2008
The Colbert Report 2005–2014
Dog Bites Man 2006
Live at Gotham 2006–2009
American Body Shop 2007
Halfway Home
Lil' Bush 2007–2008
The Sarah Silverman Program 2007–2010
Chocolate News 2008
The Gong Show with Dave Attell co-production with Happy Madison Productions and Sony Pictures Television
Lewis Black's Root of All Evil
Reality Bites Back
Atom TV 2008–2010
The Jeff Dunham Show 2009
Kröd Mändoon and the Flaming Sword of Fire
Michael & Michael Have Issues
Important Things with Demetri Martin 2009–2010
Secret Girlfriend 2009
Tosh.0 2009–present
Russell Simmons Presents: Stand-Up at the El Rey 2010
Nick Swardson's Pretend Time 2010–2011 co-production with Culver Entertainment, Happy Madison Productions, and Sony Pictures Television
Ugly Americans 2010–2012
John Oliver's New York Stand Up Show 2010–2013
Jon Benjamin Has a Van 2011
Onion SportsDome
Russell Simmons Presents: The Ruckus
Sports Show with Norm Macdonald
Workaholics 2011–2017
Mash Up 2012
The Burn with Jeff Ross 2012–2013
Brickleberry 2012–2015
Key & Peele
The Ben Show 2013
The Jeselnik Offensive
Brody Stevens: Enjoy It! 2013–2014
Kroll Show 2013–2015
Adam DeVine's House Party 2013–2016
Inside Amy Schumer
@midnight with Chris Hardwick 2013–2017
Nathan for You
Drunk History 2013–present
Comedy Underground with Dave Attell 2014
The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail 2014–2016
TripTank
Review 2014–2017
Broad City 2014–2019
Big Time in Hollywood, FL 2015
Moonbeam City co-production with Titmouse, Inc., Oilver Bridge Entertainment and Alphapnel Industries
Why? with Hannibal Buress
Another Period 2015–2018
This Is Not Happening 2015–present
Not Safe with Nikki Glaser 2016
Legends of Chamberlain Heights 2016–2017
Idiotsitter
The Comedy Jam 2017
The High Court with Doug Benson
Jeff & Some Aliens
Detroiters 2017–2018
Hood Adjacent with James Davis 2017
The Jim Jefferies Show 2017–2019
The Opposition with Jordan Klepper 2017
The President Show
Corporate 2018–present
This Week at the Comedy Cellar 2018–present
The Other Two 2019–present
Alternatino with Arturo Castro 2019–present co-production with Avalon Television
South Side 2019–present

Paramount Network (Spike Cable Networks Inc.)[edit]

Title Years Co-production with
Gary the Rat 2003
Ren & Stimpy "Adult Party Cartoon"
Stripperella 2003–2004
The Joe Schmo Show 2003–2004
2013
Reese Wernick Productions, Stone Stanley Entertainment/Zoo Productions
Spike TV's 52 Favorite Cars 2004
This Just In!
GameTrailers TV with Geoff Keighley 2005–2013
Pros vs. Joes 2006–2010
The Kill Point 2007 Lionsgate Television, Mandeville Films
Murder
I Bet You Will 2008
DEA 2008–2009
1000 Ways to Die 2008–2012
4th and Long 2009
Jesse James Is a Dead Man
Surviving Disaster
Deadliest Warrior 2009–2011
Permanent Mark 2010
Scrappers
Auction Hunters 2010–2015
Coal 2011
Phowned!
Flip Men 2011–2012
Repo Games
Bar Rescue 2011–present
Big Easy Justice 2012
Diamond Divers
Rat Bastards
Undercover Stings
American Digger/Savage Family Diggers 2012–2013
World's Worst Tenants
Tattoo Nightmares 2012–2015
Ink Master 2012–2020
Car Lot Rescue 2013
Criss Angel BeLIEve
Tattoo Rescue
Urban Tarzan
Cops (season 26–32) 2013–2020 Langley Productions
10 Million Dollar Bigfoot Bounty 2014 Original Media
Frankenfood
Gym Rescue
Hungry Investors
Tattoo Nightmares: Miami
Catch a Contractor 2014–2015
Coaching Bad 2015
Framework
Sweat Inc.
Lip Sync Battle 2015–present
Waco 2018
It Was Him: The Many Murders of Ed Edwards
American Woman
Yellowstone 2018–present
Heathers 2018
The Last Cowboy 2019–present
Battle of the Fittest Couples 2019–present

Country Music Television[edit]

Title Years Co-production with
CMT Crossroads 2002–present
Cowboy U 2003–2007
CMT Insider 2004–2012
Trick My Truck 2005–2009 Varuna Entertainment
Country Fried Home Videos 2006–2009
Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making the Team 2006–present
CMT Comedy Stage 2007
My Big Redneck Wedding 2008–2011
Can You Duet 2008–2009
The World's Strictest Parents 2009–2010
Working Class 2011
Redneck Island 2012–2016
Chainsaw Gang
CMT Hot 20 Countdown 2013–present
Dog and Beth: On the Hunt 2013–2015
Guntucky 2013–2014
Party Down South 2014–2016
Steve Austin's Broken Skull Challenge 2014–2017
The Josh Wolf Show 2015
I Love Kellie Pickler 2015–2017
Sun Records 2017
Music City 2018–present
Racing Wives 2019–present

Showtime Networks[edit]

Title Years Co-production with
Hollywood Top Ten 1982–1986
Celebrity Lifestyles 1983
Hollywood Close-Up with Bill Harris
That's Stupid! 1983–1984
Showtime Championship Boxing 1986–present
Linc's 1998–2000 Tim Reid Productions and Viacom Productions
Beggars and Choosers 1999–2000
Queer as Folk 2000–2005 Warner Bros. Television and Cowlip Productions
Queer Duck 2002–2004
Family Business 2003–2006 Maxwell Productions
Free for All 2003
The Opposite Sex Hensel Krasnow Productions
Penn & Teller: Bullshit! 2003-2010
The L Word 2004–2009
Fat Actress 2005
Sleeper Cell 2005–2006
Brotherhood 2006–2013
Dexter
Californication 2007–2014
This American Life 2007–2009
Lock 'N Load 2009 Authentic Entertainment
Nurse Jackie 2009–2015 Lionsgate Television
United States of Tara 2009–2011 DreamWorks Television
The Green Room with Paul Provenza 2010–2011
The Real L Word 2010–2012
Gigolos 2011–2016 RelativityREAL
House of Lies
Polyamory: Married & Dating 2012–2013
Ray Donovan 2013–present
Masters of Sex 2013–2016 Sony Pictures Television
Penny Dreadful 2014–2016
The Affair 2014–2019
Happyish 2015
Billions 2016–present
I'm Dying Up Here 2017–2018 Some Kind of Garden, Assembly Entertainment, Endemol Shine North America and Plymouth Street Productions
White Famous 2017 Aggressive Mediocrity, Inc., Foxxhole Productions, Lionsgate Television
SMILF 2017–2019 Supahsmaht Productions, Quantity Entertainment, Groundswell Productions, and ABC Signature
Kidding 2018–present
Escape at Dannemora 2018 Michael De Luca Productions and Red Hour Productions
Black Monday 2019–present
City on a Hill 2019–present
The Loudest Voice 2019 3dot Productions, Slow Pony and Blumhouse Television
Shangri-La 2019 Tremolo Productions
On Becoming a God in Central Florida 2019–present TriStar Television and Smoke House Pictures
Murder in the Bayou 2019–present

Awesomeness[edit]

Title Years Co-production with
AwesomenessTV 2013–2015 Nickelodeon Productions
Richie Rich 2015 DreamWorks Animation (via Harvey Entertainment)
Project Mc2 2015–2017 MGA Entertainment
Guidance 2015–2018
Foursome 2016–2018
T@gged
Freakish 2016–2017
My Dead Ex 2018
Light as a Feather 2018–present Grammnet Productions and Wattpad Studios
All Night 2018
Overthinking with Kat & June
PEN15 2018–present Lonely Island Classics, Odenkirk Provissiero, and Party Over Here
Niki and Gabi Take Bahamas 2020
iCarly (upcoming TV series) 2021–present Nickelodeon Productions

CBS Media Ventures[edit]

Note: Formerly known as CBS Television Distribution.

Title Original run Network Notes
Entertainment Tonight 1981–present Syndication Continued from Paramount Domestic Television
Wheel of Fortune 1983–present produced by Sony Pictures Television
previously distributed by King World
Jeopardy! 1984–present produced by Sony Pictures Television
previously distributed by King World
The Oprah Winfrey Show 1986–2011 produced and owned by Harpo Productions
previously distributed by King World
Inside Edition 1989–present Continued from King World Productions
The Montel Williams Show 1991–2008 Continued from Viacom and Paramount Domestic Television; produced by Mountain Movers Productions
Judge Judy 1996–2021 Continued from Worldvision Enterprises and Paramount Domestic Television; produced by Big Ticket Television
Judge Joe Brown 1998–2013 Continued from Worldvision Enterprises and Paramount Domestic Television; produced by Big Ticket Television
Dr. Phil 2002–present Continued from Paramount Domestic Television; produced by Harpo Productions (2002–2010) and Peteski Productions
previously distributed by King World
America's Next Top Model 2003–present UPN/The CW/VH1 produced by 10x10 Productions and Bankable Productions
previously distributed by King World
The Insider 2004–2017 Syndication Continued from Paramount Domestic Television; known as omg! Insider from January 2013 to January 2014
Rachael Ray 2006–present produced by Harpo Productions
previously distributed by King World
The Doctors 2008–present produced by Stage 29 Productions
Smash Cuts 2009–2011
Hot Bench 2014–present produced by Big Ticket Entertainment and Queen Bee Productions
Daily Mail TV 2017–present produced by Stage 29 Productions
The Drew Barrymore Show 2020–present produced by Big Ticket Entertainment, Stage 29 Productions and Flower Films

Ad sales

Title Original run Network Notes
Divorce Court 1999–present Syndication produced by Lincolnwood Drive, Inc.; syndicated by Fox First Run
Family Feud 1999–present produced by Fremantle; syndicated by Debmar-Mercury
Tyler Perry's House of Payne 2006–2012 TBS produced by Tyler Perry Studios; syndicated by Debmar-Mercury
The Wendy Williams Show 2008–present Syndication produced by Wendy Williams Productions and Perler Productions; syndicated by Debmar-Mercury
Tyler Perry's Meet the Browns 2009–2011 TBS produced by Tyler Perry Studios; syndicated by Debmar-Mercury
Are We There Yet? 2010–2013 produced by Revolution Television, 5914 Entertainment, Ltd., Cube Vision, and Debmar-Mercury
Anger Management 2012–2014 FX produced by Revolution Studios, Mohawk Productions, Twisted Pictures, and Lionsgate Television; syndicated by Debmar-Mercury
Dish Nation 2012–present Syndication produced by Fox Television Stations; syndicated by Fox First Run
BoJack Horseman 2014–present Netflix produced by ShadowMachine and Boxer vs. Raptor for The Tornante Company; syndicated by Debmar-Mercury
Schitt's Creek 2015–present CBC produced by Not a Real Company Productions; distributed in the U.S. by Debmar-Mercury
25 Words or Less 2018–present Syndication produced by Dino Bones Productions; syndicated by Fox First Run
Caught in Providence 2018–present produced by Debmar-Mercury
Ambitions 2019–present OWN produced by Will Packer Productions, Lionsgate Television, and Debmar-Mercury

King World Productions[edit]

Title Original run Network Notes
The Little Rascals 1929–1938 Syndication distribution only
Topper 1953–1955 CBS distribution only from 1986
Branded 1965–1966 NBC distribution only from 1985; produced by Mark Goodson-Bill Todman Productions and Sentinel Productions
The Abbott and Costello Cartoon Show 1967–1968 Syndication distribution only; produced by Hanna-Barbera and RKO General[N 4]
The Guns of Will Sonnett 1967–1969 ABC distribution only from 1985; produced by Thomas/Spelling Productions
The Little Rascals Christmas Special 1979 NBC television special
The Little Rascals (animated TV series) 1982–1984 ABC
The Merv Griffin Show 1983–1986 Syndication distribution only
Currently distributed by Reelin' In the Years Productions on behalf of The Griffin Group
Headline Chasers 1985–1986 produced by Merv Griffin Enterprises and Wink Martindale Enterprises Inc.[N 3]
Nightlife 1986–1987
The Rock 'n Roll Evening News[99] with Andy Friendly Productions and A&M Records[100]
True Confessions produced by The Landsburg Company
Currently owned by the estate of Alan Landsburg
Women of the World 1986–1988
Geraldo/The Geraldo Rivera Show 1987–1998 distribution from 1996 to 1998; produced by Investigative News Group and Tribune Entertainment
Offshore Television 1988–1989 with Saban Entertainment
CBS co-owns the series with Disney-ABC Home Entertainment and Television Distribution
Monopoly 1990 ABC with Merv Griffin Enterprises
Currently owned by Allspark
Instant Recall 1990–1992 Syndication
Bob Vila's Home Again/Bob Villa 1990–2007 distribution from 2000 to 2007; previously distributed by Group W/Eyemark Entertainment
Currently owned by Bob Vila
The All-New Candid Camera 1991–1992
Wild West C.O.W.-Boys of Moo Mesa 1992–1994 ABC co-production with Greengrass Productions and Gunther-Wahl Productions[N 2]
The Les Brown Show 1993–1994 Syndication
American Journal 1993–1998
Martha Stewart Living 1993–2004[101] Previously distributed by Group W/Eyemark Entertainment
Currently owned by Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia
Rolonda 1994–1997 produced by Watts Works Productions
The Howard Stern Radio Show 1998–2001 Previously distributed by Eyemark Entertainment
Hollywood Squares 1998–2004 with Columbia TriStar Television/Sony Pictures Television
The Roseanne Show 1998–2000 with Full Moon & High Tide Productions
The Martin Short Show 1999–2000
18 Wheels of Justice 2000–2001 TNN Currently owned by Stu Segall Productions
The Cindy Margolis Show 2000 Syndication
Curtis Court 2000–2001
The Ananda Lewis Show 2001–2002 [102]
Living It Up! with Ali & Jack 2003–2004

Group W/Eyemark Entertainment[edit]

Title Original run Network Notes
PM East/PM West 1961–1962 Syndication
The Mike Douglas Show 1961–1981
The Steve Allen Show (aka “Steve Allen Westinghouse Show”) 1962–1964 [103] Currently distributed by Retro Video
That Regis Philbin Show![citation needed] 1964–1965
The Merv Griffin Show 1965–1969 distribution only
Currently distributed by Reelin' In the Years Productions on behalf of The Griffin Group
The David Frost Show[104] 1969–1972
Fight Back! with David Horowitz 1976–1992 distribution only; produced by Consuming Media, Ltd.
PM Magazine[16] 1976–1989
Evening Magazine 1976–1989 Same show as PM Magazine, but only shown on stations owned by Group W
The John Davidson Show 1980–1982 [105]
Hour Magazine 1980–1989[citation needed]
Every Second Counts 1984–1985 Co-produced by Charles Colarusso Productions
The George Michael Sports Machine 1984–2007 distribution only; produced by NBC affiliate WRC-TV
Currently owned by NBCUniversal Television Distribution
The Wil Shriner Show 1987–1988 NBC, Syndication[106] with Charles Colarusso Productions & Bonnie Burns Productions
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 1987–1996 Syndication, CBS Co-production with Murakami-Wolf-Swenson/Murakami Wolf Dublin/Fred Wolf Films
Currently owned by Fred Wolf Films and Lionsgate Home Entertainment
Missing/Reward 1988–1992 Syndication with Four Point Entertainment and Dave Bell Associates
Couch Potatoes 1989 with Saban Entertainment
That's Amore 1992–1993 co-produced with Four Point Entertainment[citation needed]
Vicki! 1992–1994 Co-produced with Lawrence-Schultz Productions[107]
Jones & Jury 1994–1995 with Lighthearted Entertainment
Marilu 1994–1995[108] with Perpetual Motion Pictures and California Communications, Inc.[108]
Day and Date 1995–1997 Later distributed by Eyemark Entertainment
Psi Factor 1996–2000 distribution only; produced by Alliance Atlantis
Currently owned by Echo Bridge Entertainment and Content Media Corp.
Everybody Loves Raymond 1996–2005 CBS U.S. distribution only;[109] produced by Where's Lunch, Worldwide Pants and HBO Independent Productions
Warner Bros. handles home media and international television distribution
The Gayle King Show[110] 1997–1998 Syndication
Pensacola: Wings of Gold 1997–2000 Currently owned by Stu Segall Productions
The Dr. Joy Browne Show[111] 1999–2000 [111]

Spelling Television[edit]

Title Original run Network Notes
The Danny Thomas Hour 1967-1968 NBC previously distributed by William Morris Agency and NBC Films
Rango 1967 ABC with Timkel Productions
previously distributed by William Morris Agency and ABC Films
The Guns of Will Sonnett 1967–1969 with Bremco Productions
previously distributed by William Morris Agency, NBC Films, Leo A. Gutman, Inc. and King World
The Mod Squad 1968–1973 previously distributed by ABC Films
The New People 1969–1970
The Most Deadly Game 1970–1971
The Silent Force
The San Pedro Beach Bums 1977
The Love Boat 1977–1986 with Douglas S. Cramer Productions
Vega$ 1978–1981 previously distributed by 20th Century Fox Television
Friends 1979
B.A.D. Cats 1980
Aloha Paradise 1981
Dynasty 1981–1989 with Fox-Cat Productions (pilot) Richard and Esther Shapiro Productions
previously distributed by 20th Century Fox Television
Strike Force 1981–1982
Matt Houston 1982–1985 with Largo Productions
previously distributed by Warner Bros. Television
At Ease 1983
Hotel 1983–1988 previously distributed by Warner Bros. Television
Finder of Lost Loves 1984–1985
Glitter
MacGruder and Loud 1985
Hollywood Beat
The Colbys 1985–1987 with Richard and Esther Shapiro Productions
previously distributed by Warner Bros. Television
Life with Lucy 1986 with Lucille Ball Productions
CBS co-owns the series with Desilu Too, LLC.
HeartBeat 1988–1989 with Richard and Esther Shapiro Productions
Nightingales 1989 NBC
Beverly Hills, 90210 1990–2000 Fox with 90210 Productions Inc., Propaganda Films and Torand Productions
Twin Peaks 1990–1991 ABC with Lynch/Frost Productions and Propaganda Films
2000 Malibu Road 1992 CBS with Fisher Entertainment and Joel Schumacher Productions
The Heights Fox
The Round Table NBC
Melrose Place 1992–1999 Fox with Darren Star Productions
Burke's Law 1994–1995 CBS Based on the 1963 TV series by Four Star Television
Winnetka Road 1994 NBC
Models Inc. 1994–1995 Fox
Madman of the People NBC with Kreiscluesco Industries
Robin's Hoods[112] Syndication
Heaven Help Us 1994 with Echo Cove Productions
University Hospital 1995
Kindred: The Embraced 1996 Fox with John Leekley Productions
Malibu Shores NBC
Savannah 1996–1997 The WB
7th Heaven 1996–2007 The WB/The CW CBS Paramount Network Television co-produced the final season.
Pacific Palisades 1997 Fox
Sunset Beach 1997–1999 NBC with NBC Studios and Spelling Daytime Television
Love Boat: The Next Wave 1998–1999 UPN
Any Day Now 1998–2002 Lifetime with Paid Our Dues Productions and Finnegan/Pinchuk Productions
Buddy Faro 1998 CBS with Uncle Monkey Productions
Rescue 77 1999 The WB
Titans 2000 NBC with NBC Studios
All Souls 2001 UPN with Uncle Monkey Productions
Kingpin 2003 NBC with Knee Deep Productions and NBC Studios
Queens Supreme CBS with Shoelace Productions, Revolution Television, Red Om Films, Shadowland Productions and CBS Productions
10-8: Officers on Duty 2003–2004 ABC with Spine Films, Touchstone Television and Badlands Entertainment
Summerland 2004–2005 The WB with Baby Owl Works Productions, The Lion and the Rose Productions (season 1)
Clubhouse CBS with Icon Productions
Wanted 2005 TNT co-production with Badlands Entertainment

Laurel Entertainment[edit]

Title Original run Network Notes
Tales from the Darkside 1983–1988 Syndication with Tribune Broadcasting and Jaygee Productions
distributed by Paramount Domestic Television & LBS Communications
Monsters 1988–1991 co-produced and distributed by Tribune Entertainment Company
Golden Years 1991 CBS mini-series
The Stand 1994 ABC mini-series; co-produced by Greengrass Productions
The Langoliers 1995 mini-series

Worldvision Enterprises[edit]

Title Original run Network Notes
That Girl 1966–1971 ABC Distribution only; produced by Daisy Productions
The Doris Day Show 1968–1973 CBS Distribution only;[16] produced by Arwin Productions
Currently distributed by Paul Brownstein Productions
The Bugaloos 1970–1972 NBC Distribution only; produced and currently owned by Sid and Marty Krofft Pictures
Lidsville 1971–1973 ABC Distribution only; produced and currently owned by Sid and Marty Krofft Pictures
Let's Make a Deal 1971–1977 Syndication [N 1]
The Hilarious House of Frightenstein 1971 CHCH-TV formerly distributed by Worldvision Enterprises
The Wonderful Stories of Professor Kitzel 1972–1973 Syndication Distribution only; produced by Krantz Films
Land of the Lost 1974–1976 NBC Distribution only (continued from Viacom); produced and currently owned by Sid and Marty Krofft Pictures
Little House on the Prairie 1974–1983 Distribution only;[16] produced by NBC Productions and Ed Friendly Productions
Currently distributed by NBCUniversal Television Distribution (MGM Worldwide Television Distribution outside the U.S.)
The McLean Stevenson Show 1976–1977 distribution only; produced by McLean Stevenson Enterprises, Inc. and Monty Hall Enterprises, Inc.
Hunter 1977 CBS international distribution only; produced by Lorimar Productions[N 4]
Eight Is Enough 1977–1981 ABC international distribution only; produced by Lorimar Productions[N 4]
The Love Boat 1977–1986 distribution only[16]
produced by Douglas S. Cramer Productions and Aaron Spelling Productions
Dallas 1978–1991 CBS international distribution only; produced by Lorimar Productions[N 4]
Sam 1978 with Mark VII Limited
Project U.F.O. 1978–1979 NBC with Mark VII Limited
The Next Step Beyond Syndication produced by Factor-Newland Productions
Kaz 1978–1979 CBS international distribution only; produced by Lorimar Productions[N 4]
Highway to Heaven 1984–1989 NBC distribution only; produced by Michael Landon Productions
Currently distributed by Genesis International
Night Heat 1985–1989 CTV Television Network distribution only; produced by Alliance Communications and Grosso-Jacobson Productions
CBS co-owns the series with Echo Bridge Home Entertainment
Starring the Actors 1986 Syndication
Camp Candy 1989–1992 NBC, Syndication distribution only; produced by DIC Entertainment and Saban Entertainment
Currently owned by Disney–ABC Home Entertainment and Television Distribution
American Chronicles 1990–1991 FOX distribution only; produced by Lynch/Frost Productions
Pictionary 1997–1998 Syndication with Kline & Friends and Pictionary Incorporated

ABC Films (pre-1973)[edit]

Title Original run Network Notes
Annie Oakley 1954–1957 Syndication produced by Flying A Productions
Currently owned by Gail Davis Enterprises
The Adventures of Champion 1955–1956 CBS Distribution only; produced by Flying A Productions
In the public domain
Buffalo Bill, Jr. Syndication produced by Flying A Productions
In the public domain
Man with a Camera 1958–1960 ABC produced by MWC Productions, Inc.
John Gunther's High Road 1959–1960 produced by Blue J Productions
Alcoa Presents: One Step Beyond 1959–1961 with Joseph L. Schenck Enterprises
The Rebel produced by Celestial Productions, Fen-Ker-Ada Productions and Mark Goodson-Bill Todman Productions
Currently distributed by Shout! Factory[113]
The New Breed 1961–1962 with Quinn Martin Productions and Selmur Productions
Ben Casey 1961–1966 produced by Bing Crosby Productions
Combat! 1962–1967 with Selmur Productions
North American distribution only
Discovery 1962–1971
I'm Dickens, He's Fenster 1962–1963 produced by Heyday Productions
General Hospital 1963–present with Selmur Productions (1963–1967); distribution of pre-1973 episodes only
Currently owned by Disney–ABC Home Entertainment and Television Distribution
Breaking Point 1963–1964 produced by Bing Crosby Productions
The New Casper Cartoon Show produced by Famous Studios
Currently owned by DreamWorks Animation
The Fugitive 1963–1967 produced by Quinn Martin Productions and United Artists Television
The Hollywood Palace 1964–1970
Wendy and Me 1964–1965 distribution only; produced by Natwill Productions and Warner Bros. Television[N 4]
Mickey 1964–1965 with Selmur Productions
North American distribution only
Shindig! 1964–1966 with Selmur Productions
North American distribution only
Milton the Monster 1965–1968 with Hal Seeger Productions
Currently distributed by Foothill Entertainment
Branded 1965-1966 NBC with Mark Goodson-Bill Todman Productions and Sentinel Productions; later distributed by King World Productions
The King Kong Show 1966–1969 ABC produced by Videocraft International
Currently owned by DreamWorks Animation
Dark Shadows 1966–1971 produced by Dan Curtis Productions
The Pruitts of Southampton/The Phyllis Diller Show 1966–1967 distribution only; produced by Filmways Television and PhilDil Productions
Currently owned by MGM Television
Cowboy in Africa 1967–1968 produced by Ivan Tors Films
Garrison's Gorillas with Selmur Productions
North American distribution only
The Invaders co-produced by Quinn Martin Productions
N.Y.P.D. 1967–1969 with Talent Associates
George of the Jungle 1967 produced by Jay Ward Productions
One Life to Live 1968–2012 distribution of pre-1973 episodes only
Currently owned by Disney–ABC Home Entertainment and Television Distribution
Operation: Entertainment 1968–1969 produced by Chuck Barris Productions
The Mod Squad 1968–1973 produced by Thomas-Spelling Productions
The New People 1969-1970
The Smokey Bear Show 1969–1971[114][115] produced by Rankin/Bass Animated Entertainment
Currently owned by DreamWorks Animation
Hot Wheels produced by Pantomime Pictures Corporation and Ken Snyder Properties
Skyhawks produced by Pantomime Pictures Corporation
Lancelot Link, Secret Chimp 1970–1971 co-produced by Sandler-Burns-Marmer Productions[116]
The Most Deadly Game
The Silent Force
The Reluctant Dragon and Mr. Toad Show 1970–1972[117] produced by Rankin/Bass Productions
Currently owned by DreamWorks Animation
Will the Real Jerry Lewis Please Sit Down produced by Filmation
The Smith Family 1971–1973 produced by Don Fedderson Productions
Curiosity Shop
The Jackson 5ive produced by Rankin/Bass Productions, Halas and Batchelor, Motown Productions and Topcraft
Currently owned by DreamWorks Animation

Taft Entertainment Television[edit]

Title Original run Network Notes
The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams 1977–1978 NBC formerly distributed by Viacom; produced by Sunn Classic Pictures
Holocaust 1978 mini-series; produced by Titus Productions
Greatest Heroes of the Bible 1978–1979 formerly distributed by Viacom; produced by Sunn Classic Pictures
Laugh Trax 1982–83 Syndication produced by Sunn Classic Pictures
The Lucie Arnaz Show 1985 CBS with Sam Denoff Productions
You Again? 1986–1987 NBC with Sweater Productions
Throb 1986–1988 Syndication with Swany, Inc. and Procter & Gamble Productions
Sable 1987–1988 ABC with Sherman-Rosetti Productions
Starting from Scratch 1988–1989 Syndication with Ohlmeyer Communications and Flying Unicorn Productions
Internal Affairs 1988 CBS mini-series; produced by Titus Productions
QM Productions[edit]

Note: Formerly known as Quinn Martin Productions

Title Original run Network Notes
The New Breed 1961-1962 ABC with Selmur Productions; formerly distributed by ABC Films
The Fugitive 1963–1967 with United Artists Television
The Invaders 1967–1968 formerly distributed by ABC Films
Dan August 1970–1971
Cannon 1971–1976 CBS with CBS
formerly distributed by Viacom[16]
The Streets of San Francisco 1972–1977 ABC with Warner Bros. Television (pilot and season 1 only)
Barnaby Jones 1973–1980 CBS with Woodruff Productions (seasons 7–8)
The Manhunter 1974–1975
Caribe 1975 ABC
Bert D'Angelo/Superstar 1976 formerly distributed by Viacom
Most Wanted 1976–1977
Quinn Martin's Tales of the Unexpected 1977 NBC
The Runaways 1978–1979 with New Vistas Productions
A Man Called Sloane 1979 with Woodruff Productions

Republic Pictures Television[edit]

Title Original run Network Notes
Stories of the Century 1954–1955 Syndication
Frontier Doctor 1958–1959
Press Your Luck 1985 CBS distribution only[N 1]
Beauty and the Beast 1987–1990 with Ron Koslow Films and Witt/Thomas Productions
On Trial 1988–1989 Syndication with Woody Fraser Productions and Reeves Entertainment Group
Son of the Morning Star 1991 ABC miniseries; with Preston Stephen Fischer Company and The Mount Company
Love, Lies and Murder NBC mini-series; with Two Shots Productions

National Telefilm Associates[edit]

NBC Films (pre-1973)[edit]
Title Original run Network Notes
Fireside Theatre 1949–1958 NBC with General Television Enterprises, Hal Roach Studios and Lewman Productions/Revue Studios
Cameo Theatre 1950–1955
Big Town 1950–1956 CBS, NBC
Victory at Sea 1952–1953 NBC In the public domain
The Loretta Young Show 1953–1961 with Lewislor Films and Toreto Enterprises
Inner Sanctum 1954–1955
People are Funny 1954–1960
The Great Gildersleeve 1955–1956
The Real McCoys 1957–1963 ABC, CBS Produced by Brennan-Westgate and Marterto Productions
Currently distributed by SFM Entertainment
Continental Classroom 1958–1963 NBC
Concentration 1958–1973 first two seasons produced by Barry, Enright & Friendly Productions
Fibber McGee and Molly 1959–1960
Bonanza 1959–1973
The Tab Hunter Show 1960–1961 with Shunto Productions
The Americans 1961
Car 54, Where Are You? 1961–1963 with Eupolis Productions
The Funny Manns NBC, Syndication
Astro Boy 1963-1965 Syndication English dub production, originally produced in Japan by Mushi Production
Currently licensed by Right Stuf Inc.
Temple Houston 1963–1964 NBC with Warner Bros. Television and Apollo Productions[N 4]
Kentucky Jones
I Spy 1965–1968 Produced by Three F Productions
Currently distributed by the Peter Rodgers Organization
Get Smart 1965–1970 NBC, CBS with Talent Associates and CBS Productions (season 5)
HBO/Warner Bros. Television owns home entertainment and international distribution rights
Kimba the White Lion 1965-1966 NBC English dub production, originally produced in Japan by Mushi Production
Currently licensed by Right Stuf Inc.
Animal Secrets 1966–1967
T.H.E. Cat
Captain Nice 1967
Accidental Family 1967–1968 with Sheldon Leonard Productions
The Danny Thomas Hour with Thomas-Spelling Productions
The High Chaparral 1967–1971 with Xanadu Productions
My Friend Tony 1969 with Sheldon Leonard Productions
My World and Welcome to It 1969–1970 with Sheldon Leonard Productions
The Bill Cosby Show 1969–1971 with Jemmin Inc.
Currently distributed by the Peter Rodgers Organization
Hot Dog 1970–1971
Make Your Own Kind of Music 1971 with Tomka Productions
California National Productions[edit]
Title Original run Network Notes
Frontier 1955–1956 NBC
The Adventures of Hiram Holliday 1956–1957 In the public domain
Boots and Saddles 1957–1958 Syndication
The Silent Service with Twin Dolphin Productions, Inc.
Flight 1958–1959
Union Pacific
Philip Marlowe 1959–1960 ABC with Mark Goodson-Bill Todman Productions
Pony Express Syndication
The Lawless Years 1959–1961 NBC with Jack Chertok Television Productions
The Blue Angels 1960–1961 Syndication
The Jim Backus Show

Rysher Entertainment[edit]

CBS Media Ventures owns the distribution rights to the Rysher Entertainment television library, which is currently owned by Vine Alternative Investments.

Title Original run Network Notes
The Hitchhiker 1983–87, 1989–91 HBO/USA Network distribution only since 1995
Saved by the Bell 1989–1993 NBC Produced by Peter Engel Productions in association with NBC Productions
Currently distributed by NBCUniversal Television Distribution (MGM Worldwide Television Distribution outside the U.S.)
Uptown Comedy Club 1992–1994[citation needed] Syndication,[118] BET with Bob Banner Productions and Don Weiner Productions[citation needed]
Prime Suspect[119] 1992–1995 Syndication Co-production with Byrne Enterprises
Highlander: The Series[120] 1992–1998 season 1 distributed by Gaumont Television
co-produced with Reteitalia and Gaumont Television[120]
Return to Lonesome Dove 1993 CBS mini-series; distribution only
Thunder in Paradise 1994 Syndication with Berk/Schwartz/Bonann Productions and Trimark Pictures
Certain episodes of the series are co-owned with Lionsgate
Lonesome Dove: The Series 1994–1996 with Telegenic Pictures and RHI Entertainment[121]
One West Waikiki CBS, Syndication with Larson Entertainment
VR.5 1995 FOX with Samoset Productions
Live Shot 1995–1996 UPN with Occasionally Brilliant and Steve Marshall Productions
George & Alana Syndication with George Hamilton Productions and Lighthearted Entertainment
F/X: The Series 1996–1998 CTV Television Network, Syndication with Fireworks Entertainment
Strange Universe Syndication with Chris-Craft Television
Nash Bridges 1996–2001 CBS with The Don Johnson Company, Carlton Cuse Productions and Paramount Network Television
Arli$$ [122] 1996–2002 HBO International distribution only; produced by Tollin/Robbins Productions (season 1), Marquee/Tollin/Robbins (season 2) and HBO Original Programming
Dellaventura 1997–1998 CBS with Hallmark Entertainment
Copyrights owned by Sonar Entertainment
Soldier of Fortune, Inc. 1997–1999 Syndication with Don Simpson-Jerry Bruckheimer Films
Oz 1997–2003 HBO with The Levinson/Fontana Company, Viacom Productions (seasons 4–5) and HBO Original Programming
Distributed in the U.S. by HBO
Judge Mills Lane 1998–2001 Syndication co-produced by Tomlin-Young Productions and Hurricane Entertainment Group
Later distributed by Paramount Domestic Television
Sex and the City [122] 1998–2004 HBO with Darren Star Productions
Distributed in the U.S. by HBO

Bing Crosby Productions[edit]

Title Original run Network Notes
Ben Casey 1961–1966 ABC previously distributed by ABC Films/Worldvision Enterprises[16]
Breaking Point 1963–1964
The Bing Crosby Show 1964–1965
Slattery's People CBS co-produced with Pendick Enterprises[citation needed]
previously distributed by CBS Enterprises/Viacom
Hogan's Heroes 1965–1971 co-produced with Alfran Productions and The CBS Television Network
previously distributed by CBS Enterprises/Viacom
The Queen & I 1969 previously distributed by CBS Enterprises/Viacom
Bright Promise 1969–1972 NBC with Frandor Productions

Television Program Enterprises[edit]

Title Original run Network Co-production with
Star Search 1983–1995 Syndication Bob Banner Associates (1983–88), Metromedia Television (1983–86)
Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous 1984–1995
The Start of Something Big[123] 1985–1986 Leach Entertainment Features
You Write The Songs 1986 [124]
Fame, Fortune and Romance 1986–1987 ABC Leach Entertainment Features
Runaway with the Rich and Famous[125] 1987–1993 Syndication [124]
Triple Threat 1988–1989
1992–1993
Syndication
BET
Preview the Best of the New 1990 Syndication [124]
Home Videos of the Stars[126] 1992

Television movies and specials[edit]

Paramount Television[edit]

Airdate Title Network
September 23, 1969 Seven in Darkness ABC
December 16, 1969 The Silent Gun
February 24, 1970 Quarantined
December 8, 1970 Weekend of Terror
January 12, 1971 Assault on the Wayne
January 19, 1971 Dr. Cook's Garden
April 6, 1971 Escape
September 17, 1971 Terror in the Sky CBS
January 25, 1972 Women in Chains ABC
March 27, 1972 The New Healers
October 10, 1972 Night of Terror
November 29, 1972 The Heist
December 20, 1972 The Weekend Nun
January 9, 1973 The Devil's Daughter
February 14, 1973 Poor Devil NBC
February 27, 1973 Call to Danger CBS
March 3, 1973 A Time for Love NBC
May 21, 1973 Catch-22 ABC
March 16, 1974 Night Games NBC
March 27, 1974 Paramount Presents ABC
May 6, 1974 The Underground Man NBC
October 9, 1974 Locusts ABC
February 10, 1975 The Legend of Lizzie Borden
February 15, 1975 The Last Day NBC[127]
April 4, 1976 The Killer Who Wouldn't Die ABC
May 6, 1976 Law and Order NBC
October 29, 1976 Look What's Happened to Rosemary's Baby ABC
December 27, 1976 The Secret Life of John Chapman CBS
February 3, 1977 Yesterday's Child NBC
February 20, 1977 Secrets ABC
May 18, 1977 Red Alert CBS
May 20, 1977 Delta County, U.S.A. ABC
July 22, 1977 Dog and Cat
October 5, 1977 Mary Jane Harper Cried Last Night CBS
October 7, 1977 Escape from Bogen County
October 28, 1977 Having Babies II ABC
October 31, 1977 Sharon: Portrait of a Mistress NBC
January 23, 1978 The Defection of Simas Kudirka CBS
February 18, 1978 The Ghost of Flight 401 NBC
March 3, 1978 Snowblind CBS
March 14, 1978 Perfect Gentleman
May 17, 1978 Getting Married
May 19, 1978 True Grit: A Further Adventure ABC
April 9, 1978 A Family Upside Down NBC
October 15, 1979 Flesh & Blood CBS
October 23, 1979 Mind Over Murder
December 15, 1979 The Gift
January 4, 1980 Stunts Unlimited ABC
February 6, 1980 Top of the Hill Operation Prime Time
June 13, 1980 The Girl, the Gold Watch & Everything
September 15–19, 1980 Shōgun NBC
September 24, 1980 Act of Love
February 6, 1981 The Brady Girls Get Married
April 26, 1982 A Woman Called Golda Operation Prime Time
August 11, 1982 The Renegades ABC
July 7, 1983 The Last Ninja
July 9, 1984 The Jesse Owens Story Operation Prime Time
April 8–9, 1985 Wallenberg: A Hero's Story NBC
August 5, 1985 Command 5 ABC[128]
September 23, 1985 Family Ties Vacation NBC
December 28, 1987 Roman Holiday
September 11, 1988 Shooter
December 18, 1988 A Very Brady Christmas CBS
December 14, 1990 The Kid Who Loved Christmas
February 12, 1991 Not of This World CBS[129]
November 13, 1991 Love Kills USA Network[130]
July 3, 1992 Yesterday Today NBC[131]
August 11, 1993 Praying Mantis Showtime
September 24, 1993 The Odd Couple: Together Again CBS[132]
May 14, 1994 MacGyver: Los Treasure of Atlantis ABC
November 24, 1994 MacGyver: Trail to Doomsday
March 11, 1996 Star Command UPN
April 14, 1997 Hollywood Confidential
May 25, 1997 The Garden of Redemption Showtime
January 27, 1998 The Warlord: Battle for the Galaxy UPN
February 18, 1999 The Last Man on Planet Earth
April 14, 2000 Virtual Nightmare
May 21, 2000 Growing Up Brady NBC
July 30, 2000 A House Divided Showtime
December 3, 2000 Papa's Angels CBS[133]
December 9, 2001 The Day Reagan Was Shot Showtime
June 9, 2002 Bobbie's Girl
November 29, 2002 The Brady Bunch in the White House FOX
March 9, 2003 The Pentagon Papers FX
December 1, 2003 Comfort and Joy Lifetime
May 25, 2005 Amber Frey: Witness for the Prosecution CBS
October 2, 2005 Mayday
October 16, 2005 Walker, Texas Ranger: Trial by Fire

Wilshire Court Productions[edit]

Airdate Title Network
September 13, 1989 Fire and Rain USA Network
July 11, 1990 Wheels of Terror
October 31, 1990 Nightmare on the 13th Floor
January 29, 1991 Deadly Desire
March 18, 1992 Duplicates [134]
April 8, 1992 Treacherous Crossing [135]
September 15, 1993 Rubdown
October 8, 1993 Linda
March 17, 1994 Accidental Meeting
January 5, 1995 A Vow to Kill
May 10, 1995 As Good as Dead
June 11, 1997 Sins of the Mind
October 19, 1997 Bad to the Bone ABC
January 14, 1998 Atomic Dog USA Network
January 28, 1999 Alien Cargo UPN

Viacom Pictures/Productions[edit]

Paramount Television Studios[edit]

Title Airdate Network Notes
Grease: Live January 31, 2016 Fox Live TV special based on the 1978 movie by Paramount Pictures. Co-produced with Marc Platt Productions.

DreamWorks Television[edit]

  • Dear Diary (1996) (pilot)
  • Giving Harry the Business (1996) (unaired pilot)
  • Fully-Clothed, Non-Dancing Girls (1996) (unaired pilot)
  • Twin Cities (1996) (unaired pilot)
  • For the People (1996) (unaired pilot)
  • 7:08 (1997) (unaired pilot)
  • Anna Says (1998) (unaired pilot)
  • The Duplex (1999) (unaired pilot)
  • Sugar Hill (1999) (unaired pilot)
  • We Stand Alone Together: The Men of Easy Company (2001) (co-production with Playtone and Cowen/Richter Productions for HBO)

Miramax Television[edit]

CBS Productions[edit]

CBS News[edit]

  • Cronkite Remembers (May 23, 1996)
  • 2007: The Year In Animals (2007)

Nickelodeon[edit]

Comedy Partners[edit]

Showtime Networks[edit]

Sonar Entertainment distributes most Showtime Original Pictures made between 1995 and 2000 outside of the U.S. and Canada.

  • Gotham (1988) (co-production with Phoenix Entertainment Group and Keith Addis & Associates)
  • Last Light (1993)
  • Attack of the 5 Ft. 2 In. Women (1994)
  • Next Door (1994) (co-production with TriStar Television)
  • End of Summer (1995)
  • Zooman (March 19, 1995)
  • The Wharf Rat (September 3, 1995)
  • Bloodknot (September 7, 1995)
  • The Courtyard (September 24, 1995)
  • Full Body Massage (November 5, 1995)
  • Favorite Deadly Sins (November 12, 1995)
  • Out There (November 19, 1995)
  • Triplecross (1995)
  • Ruby Jean and Joe (1996)
  • Conundrum (March 3, 1996)
  • Boxing: A Different Look (1996)
  • Undertow (March 24, 1996)
  • Mr. and Mrs. Loving (March 31, 1996)
  • Homecoming (April 14, 1996)
  • Moonshine Highway (1996)
  • The Legend of Gator Face (1996)
  • Robin of Locksley (1996)
  • Losing Chase (August 18, 1996)
  • Gang in Blue (September 8, 1996)
  • Annie O (1996)
  • The Halfback of Notre Dame (1996)
  • Amanda and the Alien (1996)
  • Money Plays (1996)
  • Mandela and de Klerk (February 16, 1997)
  • Riot (April 27, 1997)
  • North Shore Fish (June 29, 1997)
  • Elvis Meets Nixon (August 10, 1997)
  • Color of Justice (September 7, 1997)
  • The Westing Game (September 14, 1997)
  • Face Down (1997)
  • Woman Undone (1997)
  • Tricks (1997)
  • Noriega: God's Favorite (2000)
  • Rated X (May 13, 2000)
  • Harlan County War (2000)
  • Possessed (2000)
  • Carry Me Home (2003)
  • Just Another Story (2003)
  • The Mudge Boy (2003)
  • Baadasssss! (2004)
  • Bereft (2004)
  • Dirt (2004)
  • Fathers and Sons (2004)
  • Sexual Life (2004)
  • Speak (2004)
  • The Best Thief in the World (2004)
  • Paradise (2004)
  • Sucker Free City (2004)
  • Hate (2004)
  • Pryor Offenses (2004; pilot)
  • Our Fathers (2005) (co-production with Peace Arch Entertainment Group)
  • Laugh Whore (2005)
  • Same Sex America (2005) (produced by Corra Films and K2 Pictures)
  • After Innocence (2005)
  • The Good Humor Man (2005)
  • Home Front (2006)
  • Shame (2007)
  • Semper Fi: One Man's Journey (2007)
  • In Pot We Trust (2007)
  • A Game of Honor (2011)
  • The Vatican: The Pope's Slippers (2013) (pilot; co-production with Sony Pictures Television)
  • Disgraced (2017)
  • Queen Fur (2019) (pilot; co-production with Sony Pictures Television)

Group W Productions[edit]

  • Lost in London (1985) (co-production with Emmanuel Lewis Entertainment Enterprises, Inc. and D’Angelo Productions, Inc.)
  • Mafia Princess (1986)
  • Soldier Boys (1987)
  • Fatal Judgement (1988)
  • Gangs (1988)
  • Taking a Stand (1989)

Spelling Television[edit]

QM Productions[edit]

  • The Aliens are Coming! (1980) (with Woodruff Productions)
  • September Gun (1983)

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h Currently owned by Fremantle.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i Currently owned by WildBrain.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h Currently owned by Sony Pictures Television
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m Currently owned by Warner Bros. Television.
  5. ^ a b c d Currently owned by Nelvana.

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