Warner Bros. Television

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 2018–19 television season, WBTV is producing more than 45 primetime series, with multiple shows on each of the five broadcast networks, plus programs for cable’s HBO and Showtime. WBTV is also producing original series for the Apple, Hulu and Netflix subscription/on-demand services, as well as the upcoming DC Universe digital service.

WBTV’s broadcast network series include the comedies “The Big Bang Theory,” “Mom,” “Murphy Brown” and “Young Sheldon” plus dramas “God Friended Me” and “The Red Line” for CBS; comedy “Splitting Up Together” and action-dramedy “Whiskey Cavalier” for ABC; dramas “Blindspot” and “Manifest” plus comedy “Trial & Error” for NBC; dramas “Gotham” and “Lethal Weapon” for FOX; and the following dramas for The CW: “The 100,” “All American,” “Arrow,” “Black Lightning,” “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow,” “The Flash,” “iZOMBIE,” “Legacies,” “Riverdale,” “Roswell, New Mexico,” “Supergirl” and “Supernatural,” among others.

For cable and subscription/on-demand platforms, WBTV produces “Demimonde,” “Lovecraft Country,” “The Time Traveler’s Wife” and “Westworld” for HBO; “AJ and the Queen,” “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina,” “The Kominsky Method,” “Lucifer,” “Madam CJ Walker” and an untitled Dolly Parton anthology series for Netflix; “Castle Rock” and “Shrill” for Hulu; “Little Voice” for Apple; “Shameless” for Showtime; plus “Doom Patrol,” “Stargirl,” “Swamp Thing” and “Titans” for the DC Universe digital service.