- The New Dick Van Dyke Show (Cave Creek Enterprises, 1971–1974) The series is distributed by WBTD.
- Shazam! (Filmation, 1974–1977) The series is distributed by WBTD (via corporate sibling DC Comics).
- Man from Atlantis (Solow Production Company, 1977-1978) current distribution rights (home video and TV) are owned by WBTD
- It's A Living (1980–82, 1985–89) (produced by Witt-Thomas-Harris Productions; acquired by Lorimar-Telepictures after it bought Golden West television in 1986)
- ALF (Alien Productions, 1986–1990) (WB never owned video rights, as Alien Productions licensed them to Lions Gate Home Entertainment; WB's syndication rights recently transferred to Lionsgate's syndication arm Debmar-Mercury)
- The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd (You And Me Kid Productions, 1987–1991)
- Here's Lucy (Lucille Ball Productions, 1968–1974) (co-produced by Paramount Television 1968-1969. Television distribution rights inherited from Telepictures. WB does not own video rights—such rights are held by MPI Home Video under license from Ball Productions and Desilu, Too LLC.)
- Tales (White-Green Productions/Whitt-Thomas Productions, 1988-1991) (MGM did had The Wizard of Oz by Turner Entertainment Co.)
- MADtv (Quincy Jones/David Salzman Entertainment, 1995–2009)
- My Favorite Martian (Jack Chertok Television, 1963–1966) (WB owns only the Broadcast syndication rights, inherited from Telepictures--all other rights now held by Chertok and, until recently, Rhino Entertainment, once a sister company to WB until spun off along with affiliate Warner Music Group--home video rights to this show, like Here's Lucy, were transferred to MPI Home Video)
- The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (NBC Productions, 1990–1996)1
- The Gumby Show (Clokey Productions/Premavision, 1957-1989 in various incarnations) (Lorimar/Telepictures, later WBTV, inherited the distribution rights when the 1988 version premiered, then in 2003 lost the rights to Classic Media and Premavision. However, Warner Bros. Entertainment, in conjunction with Prema Toy Co., licensing agent for the Gumby series, has ancillary rights.)
- In the House (1995–1999) (NBC Productions, 1995–1996 and NBC Studios, 1996–1999)
- Art News (JME Productions/CNN Productions, 1993)
- Will & Grace (NBC Studios 1998-2004, NBC Universal Television Studio 2004-2006)1
- 1. NBC Universal owns ancillary and trademark rights of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, US Broadcast syndication handled by WBTD and DVD rights by Warner Home Video, and in the case of Will & Grace, WBTD has US Broadcast syndication rights and international syndication rights handled by MGM International Television Distribution and DVD rights by Lionsgate Home Entertainment.
Read more about this topic: Warner Bros. Television Distribution, Titles Produced And/or Distributed By Warner Bros. Television Distribution
Other articles related to "independent companies, companies":
... In late 1940 the Australian Army began considering the issue of raising independent companies or commando units for the conduct of irregular warfare ... As the war progressed the role that these independent companies would fulfill evolved towards guerrilla operations such as stay-behind, long range penetration and reconnaissance ... In this regard between 1941 and 1942 eight independent companies were raised ...
... The first units to be formed were independent companies, which began training at Wilson's Promontory in Victoria in early 1941 under the tutelage of British ... With an establishment of 17 officers and 256 men, the independent companies were trained as "stay behind" forces, a role that they were later employed in against the Japanese in the South West Pacific Area ... In all, a total of eight independent companies were raised before they were re-organised in mid-1943 into commando squadrons and placed under the command of the ...
... incorporation laws to allow a company to hold shares in other companies in any state ... New Jersey (SOCNJ), which held stock in 41 other companies, which controlled other companies, which in turn controlled yet other companies ... was ordered broken up and at least 147 refining companies were competing with Standard including Gulf, Texaco, and Shell ...
... There were 36 Independent Companies of Invalids, known by their Captain's name, scattered in garrisons and forts across Great Britain ... Board of Ordnance, the artillery had 40 companies in four battalions of Foot Artillery, 10 companies in the Invalid Battalion, two independent companies in India and a Company of Cadets ... The Corps of Royal Military Artificers consisted of six companies ...
Famous quotes containing the words companies and/or independent:
“The recent attempt to secure a charter from the State of North Dakota for a lottery company, the pending effort to obtain from the State of Louisiana a renewal of the charter of the Louisiana State Lottery, and the establishment of one or more lottery companies at Mexican towns near our border, have served the good purpose of calling public attention to an evil of vast proportions.”
—Benjamin Harrison (18331901)
“Ouch is not independent of social training. One has only to prick a foreigner to appreciate that it is an English word.”
—Willard Van Orman Quine (b. 1908)