Warner Bros. Television

Founded: 1955

WARNER BROS. TELEVISION (WBTV) has been one of the entertainment industry’s most-respected providers of original primetime programming since its founding in 1955.

For summer 2013 and the 2013–14 television season, WBTV is producing more than 30 primetime series, with shows on each of the five broadcast networks, in addition to cable’s TNT, Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim and Showtime.

WBTV’s continuing broadcast network series include the hit comedies 2 Broke Girls, The Big Bang Theory, Mike & Molly and Two and a Half Men, as well as dramas The Mentalist and Person of Interest for CBS; dramas The Following for FOX and Revolution for NBC; comedies The Middle and Suburgatory for ABC; and six dramas for The CW: Arrow, The Carrie Diaries, Hart of Dixie, Nikita, Supernatural and The Vampire Diaries.

New broadcast network series include comedy Super Fun Night for ABC; the drama Hostages and comedy Mom for CBS; the drama Believe and comedy Undateable for NBC; the drama Almost Human and comedy Surviving Jack for FOX; and the dramas The Originals, The Tomorrow People and The 100 for The CW, among others.

For cable, WBTV produces Major Crimes for TNT and Shameless for Showtime, and distributes the Emmy®-winning Childrens Hospital and Newsreaders (both from Warner Bros. Television Group’s digital venture Studio 2.0) to Adult Swim.