List of Television Series Produced By Paramount Television

List Of Television Series Produced By Paramount Television

This is a list of television series produced by Paramount Television, once the television division of American film studio Paramount Pictures, and by related firms like Desilu Productions, which Paramount acquired.

Following Viacom's split into (new) Viacom and CBS Corporation, these shows are now owned by CBS Corporation's CBS Television Studios (via CBS Studios, Inc.).

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