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 the 2016–17 television season, WBTV is producing more than 30 primetime series, with shows on each of the five broadcast networks, as well as cable’s HBO, TNT and Showtime, as well as for the Netflix subscription/on-demand service.

WBTV’s continuing broadcast network series include the comedies 2 Broke Girls, The Big Bang Theory and Mom for CBS; comedy The Middle for ABC and drama Blindspot for NBC; dramas Gotham and Lucifer for FOX; and nine dramas for The CW: The 100, Arrow, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, The Flash, iZOMBIE, The Originals, Supergirl, Supernatural and The Vampire Diaries, among others.

New broadcast network series include the dramas Time After Time for ABC, Training Day for CBS, Lethal Weapon for FOX, and Frequency and Riverdale for The CW, as well as the comedies Powerless and Trial & Error for NBC, among others.

For cable and subscription/on-demand platforms, WBTV produces The Leftovers and the upcoming Westworld for HBO, Major Crimes for TNT, Roadies and Shameless for Showtime, and Gilmore Girls for Netflix. Additionally, WBTV is distributing the Warner Bros. Animation–produced Green Eggs and Ham, coming to Netflix in 2018.