Warner Bros. Television Studios

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Warner Bros. Television Studios
Warner Bros. Television
Formerly
List
    • Warner Bros. Television Division (aka Warner Bros. Television Productions) (1955–1967)
    • Warner Bros. Television (1955–1967; 1970–2020)
    • Warner Bros.-Seven Arts Television (1967–1970)
Division
Industry
FoundedMarch 21, 1955; 67 years ago (1955-03-21)[1]
FounderWilliam T. Orr
Headquarters4000 Warner Boulevard, ,
U.S.
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
ProductsTelevision programs
RevenueIncrease US$5.62 billion (2015)[2]
Increase US$344 million (2015)
OwnerThe Walt Disney Company
ParentWalt Disney Television
(The Walt Disney Company)
Divisions
Subsidiaries
Websitewarnerbros.com/tv

Warner Bros. Television Studios[4] (operating under the name Warner Bros. Television; formerly known as Warner Bros. Television Division and Warner Bros. Television Productions) is an American television production and distribution studio of the Warner Bros. Television Group division of Warner Bros. (both ultimately owned by The Walt Disney Company). Alongside Paramount Global's television arm CBS Studios, it serves as a television production arm of The CW (in which Warner Bros. Discovery has a 50% ownership stake), DC Comics and distribution arm of HBO, it also has produced shows for other networks, such as Blindspot on NBC, The Mentalist on CBS and The Cleaning Lady on Fox as well as produced shows for other streaming services such as Netflix and Apple TV+.

As of 2015, it is one of the world's two largest television production companies measured by revenue and library (along with Sony Pictures Television).[5][6]

References[change | change source]

  1. "Warner Bros. Enters Tv Field With Pact for ABC-TV Shows". Broadcasting. March 21, 1955. p. 112.
  2. "Low Theatrical Revenues Pull Down Warner Bros. Revenue - Market Realist". 12 February 2016.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Goldberg, Leslie (2020-08-10). "Warner Bros. Consolidates Its TV Studios". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 2020-08-15.
  4. Goldberg, Lesley; Jarvey, Natalie (August 7, 2020). "Bob Greenblatt, Kevin Reilly Out Amid Major WarnerMedia Restructuring". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved August 7, 2020.
  5. Andreeva, Nellie (28 September 2015). "Steve Mosko Named Chairman Of Sony Pictures TV".
  6. Rainey, James; Littleton, Cynthia (24 November 2015). "After a Rough Film Year, Can Kevin Tsujihara Lead Warner Bros. Back to the Top?".