Other Programs and Rights Issues
- The Honeymooners, (1955–1956 and 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 Paramount distributes both packages; other Honeymooners material after this period are handled by the Gleason company and Paul Brownstein Television)
- The Bugaloos (1970–1972) (Produced by Sid and Marty Krofft). Aired on NBC.
- The Lost Saucer (1975–1976) (Produced by Sid and Marty Krofft). Aired on ABC.
- Half & Half (2002–2006) (Produced by Sister Lee Productions and Eye Productions)
- America's Next Top Model (2003–Present) (Produced By 10x10 Productions and Bankable Productions)
- Smash Cuts (2009-2011, syndicated)
- Saved by the Bell (1989–1993) includes Saved by the Bell: The College Years (1993–1994), and Saved by the Bell: The New Class (1993–2000) (Produced by Peter Engel Productions in association with NBC Productions. NBC Universal Television Distribution handles U.S. television distribution rights, while CBS Television Distribution handles global distribution outside the U.S. The series was formerly distributed by Paramount Domestic Television by way of Rysher Entertainment until NBC Enterprises regained television distribution rights in 2003.)
- CBS Television Distribution and FremantleMedia North America co-own The Price Is Right (1972-present). The show hasn't reran since 2000, in part due to the co-ownership.
- CTD owns three Bob Stewart game shows. The first is The $25,000 Pyramid, which was originally syndicated by Viacom Enterprises from 1974-1979. The second is The Love Experts, and the final is the 1991 version of The $100,000 Pyramid with John Davidson, but only has distribution rights. Ancillary rights are owned by StudioCanal due to the acquisition of the Orbis Communications library.
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