Warner Bros. Television Studios

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Warner Bros. Television Studios (originally Warner Bros. Television) is the television production unit of the American media company Warner Bros. Entertainment. They're a part of AT&T's WarnerMedia (formerly Time Warner).[1] As of 2015, it's one of the world's two largest production companies by revenue and library.[2]

It's a television production arm for The CW. The studio also makes shows for Showtime and HBO (Home Box Office).

The television studio began on March 21, 1955.

Shows that aired on Warner Bros. Television Studios include Mom, Full House, Will & Grace and The West Wing.

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  1. "Bob Greenblatt, Kevin Reilly out Amid Major WarnerMedia Restructure". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved Sep 4, 2020. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. "After a Rough Film Year, Can Kevin Tsujihara Lead Warner Bros. Back to the Top?". Variety Magazine. Retrieved Sep 4, 2020. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)