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MCA Revue Studios (1952-Dec 1964)  Renamed  MCA Universal TV (from Jan 1965)

Universal Television
Universal City Studios,Inc. / an MCA company
(from circa January 1965  -)

MCA Revue Studios (1952-Dec 1964)  Renamed  MCA Universal TV (from Jan 1965)

UNIVERSAL TELEVISION Drama/Anthology series

UNIVERSAL TELEVISION Drama series  & Mini series

The Name of The Game (Universal/NBC) (1968-71) Reporter Drama series - Gene Barry, Robert Stack, Tony Franciosa

Harold Robbins' The Survivors (Universal/ABC)(1969-70) starring Lana Turner
Kevin McCarthy, Jan-Michael Vincent, Ralph Bellamy, George Hamilton, Diana Muldaur

The Bold Ones (Universal/NBC)(1969-73)
4 mini-series in one slot - The New Doctors/ The Protectors/ The Lawyers/ The Senator

Four in One (Universal/NBC)(1970-71)
4 mini-series in one slot - McCloud/ San Francisco International Airport/ Night Gallery/ The Psychiatrist

The Man and the City (Universal/ABC)(1971-72) starring Anthony Quinn

The Sixth Sense  (Universal/ABC)(1972) starring Gary Collins

The Men (ABC)(1972-73)
3 mini-series in one slot - Assignment Vienna (MGM) / The Delphi Bureau (WB)/ Jigsaw (Universal)

Lucas Tanner (Universal/NBC)(1974-75) starring David Hartman

Kingston: Confidential (Universal/NBC)(Summer 1977) Reporter Drama series starring  Raymond Burr

Rosetti and Ryan (Universal/NBC) (fall 1977) Legal Drama series starring Tony Roberts & Squire Fridell

What Really Happened to the Class of '65? (Universal/NBC) (1977-78) hosted by Tony Bill

UNIVERSAL TELEVISION Medical Drama series 

Marcus Welby MD (Universal/ABC)(1969-76) Medical Drama series starring Robert Young

Matt Lincoln (Universal/ABC) (1970-71) Medical Drama series starring Vince Edwards, Chelsea Brown

Doctors Hospital (Universal/NBC) (1975-76) Medical Drama series starring George Peppard


Ironside (Universal/NBC)(1967-75) starring Raymond Burr,
Don Galloway, Barbara Anderson, Don Mitchell, Elizabeth Baur

The Outsider (Roy Higgins/ Universal Public Arts/NBC)(1968-69) starring Darren McGavin

It Takes A Thief (Universal/ABC)(1968-70) starring Robert Wagner

Sarge (Universal/NBC)(1971-72) starring George Kennedy

Griff (Universal/ABC)(1973-74) starring Lorne Greene, Ben Murphy

Toma (Roy Huggins/Universal/ABC)(1973-74) starring Tony Musante, Susan Strasberg, Simon Oakland

Kojak (Universal/CBS)(1973-78)(1989-90) starring Telly Savalas

Kolchak: The Night Stalker (Universal/ABC)(1974-75) starring Darren McGavin

The Rockford Files (Roy Huggins/Universal/NBC)(1974-80)(TVMs 1994-99) starring James Garner, Noah Beery

Ellery Queen (Universal/NBC)((1975-76) Jim Hutton. David Wayne

Baretta (Roy Huggins/Universal Public Arts/ABC)(1975-78) (Created by Stephen J. CAnnell) starring Robert Blake, Tom Ewell

Switch (Glen Larson/Universal/CBS)(1975-78) starring Robert Wagner, Eddie Albert

City of Angels (Universal/NBC)(early 1976) starring Wayne Rogers

Delvecchio (Universal/CBS)(1976-77) Judd Hirsch

Quincy, M.E. (Glen Larson/Universal/NBC)(1976-83) starring Jack Klugman

Richie Brockleman, Private Eye (Stephen J. Cannell/ Universal/ NBC)(1978) starring Dennis Dugan

Mrs Columbo / Kate Loves A Mystery (Universal/NBC)(1979) starring Kate Mulgrew

Stone (Stephen J. Cannell/Universal/ABC) (1979-80) starring Dennis Weaver

Magnum, P.I. (Donald Bellisario/Glen Larson/Universal/CBS) (1980-88) starring Tom Selleck

Shannon (Universal/CBS)(1981-82) starring Kevin Dobson

Simon and Simon (Universal/CBS)(1981-88) starring Jameson Parker & Gerald McRaney

Murder She Wrote (Universal/CBS)(1984-96) starring Angela Lansbury

The Equalizer (Universal/CBS)(1985-89) starring Edward Woodward

The Law and Harry McGraw (Universal/CBS)(1987-88) Jerry Orbach, Barbara Babcock

Over My Dead Body (Universal/CBS) (1990-91) starring Edward Woodward

  UNIVERSAL TELEVISION  Crime - "Mystery Movie" series

US Mystery Movie series Guide (1968-77)

NBC Mystery Movie: Columbo (original series) (Universal)(1968-1978) starring Peter Falk
NEW Columbo (revival series) (Universal)(1989-2003) starring Peter Falk

NBC Mystery Movie: McCloud (Universal)(1970-77) Dennis Weaver

NBC Mystery Movie: McMillan & Wife (Universal)(1971-77) Rock Hudson, Susan St. James

NBC Mystery Movie: Cool Million (Universal) (fall 1972) James Farentino

NBC Mystery Movie: Madigan (Universal)(1972-73) Richard Widmark

NBC Mystery Movie: Banacek (Universal)(1972-74) George Peppard

NBC Mystery Movie: Hec Ramsey (Universal)(1972-74) Richard Boone

NBC Mystery Movie: The Snoop Sisters (Universal)(1972 pilot; 1973-74) Helen Hayes, Mildred Natwick

NBC Mystery Movie: Tenafly (Universal)(1973-74) James McEachin

NBC Mystery Movie: Faraday and Company (Universal)(1973-74) Dan Dailey, James Naughton

NBC Mystery Movie: McCoy (Universal)(1975-76) starring Tony Curtis

NBC Mystery Movie: Lanigan's Rabbi (Universal)(1977) starring Art Carney, Bruce Solomon


The Virginian (Revuel/NBC)(1962-64) (Universal/NBC)(1965-71)  western series starring James Drury

Laredo (Universal/NBC) (1965-67) starring Philip Carey, William Smith, Neville Brand, Peter Brown

The Road West (Universal/NBC)(1966-67) Barry Sullivan, Andrew Prine

Alias Smith and Jones (Roy Huggins-Glen Larson/Universal/ABC)(1971-73) starring  Pete Duel, Ben Murphy, Roger Davis

Sara (Universal/CBS)(1976) Western series starring Brenda Vaccaro

The Oregon Trail  (Universal/NBC)(pilot 1976- series fall 1977) Rod Taylor, Darleen Carr, Andrew Stevens



Paris 7000 (Universal/ABC)(Early 1970) Adventure Drama series starring George Hamilton

Sword of Justice (Glen Larson/Universal/NBC)(1978-79) starring Dack Rambo, Bert Rosario, Alex Courtney

 B.J.and The Bear  (Glen Larson/Universal/NBC)1979-81) starring Greg Evigan

The Misadventures of Sheriff Lobo (Glen Larson/Universal/NBC)(1979-80)/ Lobo (1980-81) starring Claude Akins

UNIVERSAL TELEVISION Sci-Fi/ Super Hero series

The Six Million Dollar Man (Harve Bennett/Universal/ABC)(1973-78) starring Lee Majors

The Bionic Woman (Harve Bennett/Universal/ABC/NBC)(1976-78) starring Lindsay Wagner

The Invisible Man (Universal/NBC)(1975-76) starring David McCallum, Melinda Fee, Craig Stevens

Gemini Man (Universal//NBC)(1976) starring Ben Murphy

The Incredible Hulk (Universal/CBS)(1977-82)(Super Hero series) Bill Bixby, Lou Ferrigno, Jack Colvin

Codename: Foxfire (Universal/NBC)(1985) Adventure series starring Joanna Cassidy


90 Bristol Court:Karen  (Kayro-Vue/Universal/NBC)1964-65) starring Debbie Watson
90 Bristol Court: Harris Against The World (Kayro-Vue/Universal/NBC)1964-65) starring Jack Klugman
90 Bristol Court: Tom, Dick & Mary (Kayro-Vu/Universal/NBC)(1964-65) starring Don Galloway

The Munsters (Kayro-Vue/Universal/CBS)(1964-66)starring Fred Gwynne & Yvonne De Ca

The John Forsythe Show (Universal/NBC)(1965-66) starring John Forsythe

Tammy (Universal/ABC)(1965-66) starring Debbie Watson

The Jean Arthur Show (Universal/CBS)(fall 1966) co-starring Ron Harper

Pistols 'n' Petticoats (Universal/CBS)(1966-67) (comedy western) starring Ann Sheridan

Mr. Terrific (Universal/CBS) (Early 1967) starring Stephen Strimpell

The Partners (Universal/NBC)(1971-72) starring Don Adams, Rupert Crosse

Sirota's Court (Universal/NBC)(1976-77) starring Michael Constantine

Holmes And Yoyo (Universal/ABC)(1976-77) starring Richard B.Shull & John Schuck

Delta House (Universal/ABC)(Early 1979) starring John Vernon, Stephen Furst, Bruce McGill and James Widdoes

Turnabout (Universal/NBC)(1979) starring John Schuck & Sharon Gless
House Calls (Universal/CBS)(1979-82) starring Wayne Rogers, Lynn Redgrave, Sharon Gless

Nobody's Perfect (UK:"Hart of the Yard")(Universal/ABC)(Summer 1980) starring Ron Moody & Cassie Yates

Charles In Charge (Universal/CBS)(1984-92) starring Scott Baio

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Tats WadaTats WadaGreater Los Angeles AreaDetails

Tats Wada's Universal Television Experience February 2015 - April 2015

Job Production Executive/Consultant: Unscripted Television & Production Company Operations.

Industry Entertainment

Titan Drive   January 2013 - Present
Universal Television   February 2015 - April 2015
Mission Control Media, Inc.   July 2014 - March 2015
NBCUniversal, Inc.   October 2013 - May 2014
all3media  June 2013 - September 2013
NBCUniversal, Inc.(NBC Studios)   April 2013 - May 2013
Zoo Productions Inc   June 2012 - January 2013
Glassman Media  May 2011 - June 2012
Mission Control Media, Inc.   August 2010 - April 2011
Glassman Media  April 2007 - June 2010

Film, Social Media, Television, Entertainment, Reality, Producing, Editing, Documentaries, Video, Post Production, HD Video, Video Editing, Avid, Video Production, Budgets, Feature Films, Film Production

Emerson College   1992 — 1997
BA, Mass Comm, Creative Writing

Isaiah JacksonIsaiah JacksonMidland, TexasDetails

Isaiah Jackson's Universal Television Experience May 2001 - May 2002


Industry Law Practice

State Bar of Texas  June 2014 - Present
IRJ LAW, P.L.L.C.   December 2009 - Present
Law Offices of Aida R. Rojas   October 2009 - November 2009
Bexar County Civil District Courts   January 2007 - October 2009
Universal Television   May 2001 - May 2002

Criminal Law, Mediation, Courts, Family Law, Juvenile Court, Personal Injury, Enforcement Of Judgments, Legal Writing, Litigation, Civil Litigation, Legal Research, Westlaw, Hearings, Trials, Legal Assistance, Appeals, Motions, Criminal Defense, Torts, Legal Issues, Oil & Gas, Oil & Gas Industry

St. Mary's University School of Law   2006 — 2009
Doctor of Jurisprudence, 2009

Southwestern University School of Law   2000 — 2002

Chapman University   1995 — 1999
Bachelor of Arts, Legal Studies

Baylor University   1992 — 1994

Delwyn HarrisDelwyn HarrisChicago, IllinoisDetails

Delwyn Harris's Universal Television Experience September 2013 - Present

Job Motion Pictures and Film Professional

Industry Motion Pictures and Film

Universal Television   September 2013 - Present
Canvas  September 2012 - Present
Boxer Films  September 2013 - September 2013
Big Kid Pictures and Team Downey, Warner Bros Pictures   August 2013 - September 2013
Warner Bros. Pictures  July 2013 - September 2013
Fremantle Media  May 2013 - August 2013
Red Wagon Entertainment  April 2013 - August 2013
Paramount Pictures  April 2013 - April 2013
Yash Raj Films  September 2012 - October 2012
Red Tree Productions   August 2012 - August 2012

Video Production, Video Editing, Video Games, Extras, Casting, Story Producing, Segment Producing, Field Producing, Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft Office, Avid Media Composer, Comedy, Voiceovers, Idea Generation, Storyboarding, Pre-production, Post-production Support, Creative Writing, Proposal Writing, Social Media, Content Development, Web Content Creation, News Producing, Customer Service, Non-linear Editing

Columbia College Chicago   2004 — 2007
Film/Cinema/Video Studies

Wheaton North High School   2000 — 2004

Caroline MesconCaroline MesconLos Angeles, CaliforniaDetails

Caroline Mescon's Universal Television Experience June 2015 - Present

Job Production Secretary on "Heartbreaker"

Industry Entertainment

Universal Television   June 2015 - Present
NBCUniversal, Inc.   February 2015 - April 2015
Marvel Studios  May 2014 - February 2015
Warner Bros. Television  March 2014 - May 2014
NBCUniversal, Inc.   January 2013 - February 2014
Glassman Media  October 2012 - January 2013
Atomic Films  May 2012 - August 2012
MTV Networks  June 2011 - August 2011
WDEF-TV  December 2009 - February 2010

Final Cut Pro, Film Production, Video Editing, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Facebook, Adobe Creative Suite, Blogging, Avid, Social Media Marketing, Soundtrack Pro, Movie Magic Budgeting, Movie Magic, Television Studio...

Elon University   2008 — 2012
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Broadcast Journalism

Julie CraigJulie CraigBeverly Hills, CaliforniaDetails

Julie Craig's Universal Television Experience 2009 - 2009

Job Actress/Writer/Producer

Industry Entertainment

Talent Partners  2008 - Present
Universal Television   2009 - 2009
Disney ABC Television Group  2009 - 2009
Shakespeare Theatre Company  2009 - 2009
Samuel Beckett Theatre   2008 - 2009
NBCUniversal, Inc.   2008 - 2008
New York City Center  2004 - 2005

Acting, Drama, Comedy, Stage, Voice Over, Dance, Singing, Writing, Mathematics, Theatre, Film, Performing Arts, Broadway, Plays, Shakespeare, Musical Theatre, Theatrical Production

New York University
Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA), Drama

Mia FeyMia FeyWestlake Village, CaliforniaDetails

Mia Fey's Universal Television Experience 1996 - 2000

Job Fey Chiropractic Sports Medicine Center

Industry Medical Practice

Fey Chiropractic Sports Medicine Center   January 2007 - Present
Maui Tanning Company   2000 - 2005
Universal Television   1996 - 2000

Public Speaking, Marketing, Coaching, Television, Insurance, Advertising, Editing, Management, Customer Service, Event Planning, Microsoft Office, Event Management, New Business Development, Social Media, Social Networking, Team Building

California Lutheran University   1991 — 1993
BA, Liberal Arts, Education

UC San Diego   1988 — 1990

Francisco GimenezFrancisco GimenezMiami/Fort Lauderdale AreaDetails

Francisco Gimenez's Universal Television Experience January 2002 - December 2004

Job General Manager, Cable Networks at Hemisphere Media Group

Industry Broadcast Media

Hemisphere Media Group   January 2015 - Present
Imagina US  2008 - December 2014
ImaginaUS  April 2008 - December 2011
Universal Television   January 2002 - December 2004
Hallmark Channel  January 1997 - December 2001
Travel Channel Latin America   January 1994 - December 1996
CBS Telenoticias  1992 - 1994

Strategic Partnerships, Integrated Marketing, Strategy, Marketing Strategy, Marketing, Public Relations, Management, Sales, Event Management, Television, Broadcast, Sales Management, Team Management, Digital Media, Video Production, Advertising, Digital Marketing, Entertainment, Journalism, Mergers, New Media

Miami Dade College   1992 — 1995
Associate of Arts (AA)

Kali HeitholtKali HeitholtLos Angeles, CaliforniaDetails

Kali Heitholt's Universal Television Experience March 2015 - April 2015

Job Production Designer and Artist

Industry Entertainment

Charlie Productions   April 2015 - Present
Self-employed  2011 - Present
Universal Television   March 2015 - April 2015
The Queen Mary  June 2014 - January 2015
Playroom Productions   April 2014 - May 2014
Disney ABC Television Group  January 2014 - April 2014
Gentle Films   December 2013 - January 2014
Bunim Murray Productions  November 2013 - December 2013
American Girl  November 2012 - December 2013
Mad Men  September 2012 - December 2012

Film Production, Production Design, Art Direction, Fine Art, Teaching, Craft, Swedish, Vectorworks, Adobe Creative Suite, Art, Product Design, Feature Films, Storytelling, Mac

University of Southern California   2010 — 2012
Master of Fine Arts (M.F.A.), Film and Television Production

The School of the Art Institute of Chicago   2005 — 2009
Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA), Fine and Studio Arts

Alex Bronner's Universal Television Experience May 2014 - July 2014

Job All Things Film Production

Industry Motion Pictures and Film

REVELATOR  March 2015 - Present
Freelance Film Production  November 2013 - Present
REVELATOR  August 2014 - December 2014
Universal Television   May 2014 - July 2014

Broadcast Television, Commercials, Feature Films, Web Content, Film Production, Microsoft Office

The University of Texas at Austin   2008 — 2012
Bachelor's degree, Commercial Planning/Development

Sandra AngelineSandra AngelineGreater Los Angeles AreaDetails

Sandra Angeline's Universal Television Experience June 2015 - August 2015

Job Assistant Editor on "Clan Of The Cave Bear" at Fox 21

Industry Motion Pictures and Film

Fox 21  August 2015 - Present
Universal Television   June 2015 - August 2015
Sony Picture Television   March 2015 - May 2015
DreamWorks Television  October 2014 - January 2015
Hulu  September 2014 - October 2014
World of Wonder  August 2014 - October 2014
FX and Fox Cable Networks  July 2014 - July 2014
Warner Bros. Entertainment Group of Companies  October 2013 - July 2014
20th Century Fox  September 2012 - August 2013
VH1  June 2012 - September 2012

Avid Media Composer, Avid, DVD Studio Pro, Final Cut Pro, P2, FileMaker, REDCINE-X, XDCAM, Avid Unity, Photoshop, 5D, Illustrator, Adobe Acrobat, Cinema Tools, PowerPoint, Post Production, Reality, Final Cut Studio, HD Video, Final Draft, Documentaries, Video Production, Television, Short Films, Feature Films, Editing, Film, Film Production, Field Producing, Producing, Camera Operating, Dvd, Film Editing

New York Film Academy   2002 — 2003

City University of New York City College   1997 — 2002
Film/Media Studies

ACE Internship Program

Jean CodianniJean CodianniLos Angeles, CaliforniaDetails

Jean Codianni's Universal Television Experience September 1998 - June 2000

Job Entertainment Professional

Industry Entertainment

Aviation Portfolio, LLC   June 2012 - January 2013
Gang, Tyre, Ramer & Brown, Inc.   January 2007 - June 2011
Fox & Spillane, LLP   July 2003 - December 2006
Tribeca Film Festival  January 2003 - June 2003
Paramount Pictures  August 2000 - December 2002
Universal Television   September 1998 - June 2000
Paramount Pictures  December 1995 - August 1998
Weller/Grossman Productions  September 1992 - November 1995

Entertainment, Social Media, Festivals, Television, Documentaries, Marketing, Creative Writing, Press Releases, Production Managment, Music, Outlook, Editing

Utica College   1988 — 1992
BA, Speech Communications/ Dramatic Arts

American University   1991 — 1991
n/a, Journalism

Hannah KitzigerHannah KitzigerGreater Los Angeles AreaDetails

Hannah Kitziger's Universal Television Experience February 2015 - Present

Job Associate Producer at The Ellen DeGeneres Show

Industry Entertainment

Universal Television   February 2015 - Present
CBS Television Studios  July 2014 - August 2014
The Ellen DeGeneres Show  April 2013 - June 2014
The Ellen DeGeneres Show  August 2012 - August 2013
The Ellen DeGeneres Show  January 2011 - July 2012
Conan  August 2010 - January 2011
Forbes Magazine  June 2010 - August 2010
Cottonwood Pictures  2009 - 2009

Video, Editing, Final Cut Pro, Final Draft, Video Production, Avid, Television, Film Production, Avid Media Composer, Entertainment, Video Editing, Post Production, Film, Screenwriting, Producing, DVD Studio Pro, Facebook, Social Media, Script Coverage, Blogging, Twitter, Transcribing, Drawing, Directing, Social Networking, Event Planning, Social Media Marketing, Photoshop, New Media

The University of Texas at Austin   2007 — 2010
BS, Radio-Television-Film

Semester at Sea   2010 — 2010
Social Justice & Human Rights

Elaine SargentElaine SargentGreater Chicago AreaDetails

Elaine Sargent's Universal Television Experience July 2013 - April 2015

Job Props PA at NBC Universal on Chicago PD television series

Industry Entertainment

20th Century Fox- Empire   May 2015 - June 2015
Michelle Darnell   April 2015 - May 2015
Universal Television   July 2013 - April 2015
Hallmark Cards  July 2012 - July 2013
Unicorn Theatre  June 2012 - August 2012

Photography, Photoshop, Styling, Film Production, Illustrator, InDesign, Budgets, Microsoft Word, SketchUp, Research

Columbia College Chicago   2008 — 2011
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Film/Video

Loyola University of Chicago   2006 — 2008

Ashley-Rose GalliganAshley-Rose GalliganGreater New York City AreaDetails

Ashley-Rose Galligan's Universal Television Experience November 2014 - December 2014

Job AEA Stage Manager

Industry Performing Arts

Barrow Street Theatre  April 2015 - Present
Slaughterhouse-Five   April 2015 - April 2015
MCC Theater  January 2015 - March 2015
Universal Television   November 2014 - December 2014
New York Theatre Workshop  August 2014 - November 2014
LAByrinth Theater Company  May 2014 - July 2014
Playwrights Horizons  September 2012 - May 2014
Signature Theatre Company  September 2013 - March 2014
Lincoln Center Theater  December 2013 - December 2013
Contemporary American Theater Festival  June 2010 - July 2012

Microsoft Office, First Aid, Social Media, AED, Theatre, Stage Management, Arts, Festivals, Musical Theatre, Stage, Performing Arts, Drama, Event Planning, Arts Administration, Mac

Emerson College   2008 — 2012
BFA, Stage / Production Management

Garden city high school

Garden city high school

Shonnard HedgesShonnard HedgesGreater Los Angeles AreaDetails

Shonnard Hedges's Universal Television Experience June 2015 - Present

Job Editor "Heroes Reborn" at Universal Television

Industry Entertainment

Universal Television   June 2015 - Present
Starz Entertainment  January 2012 - June 2015
Showtime Networks  May 2012 - December 2012
AMC Networks  December 2011 - April 2012
Showtime Networks  July 2011 - December 2011
For Goodness Sake, L.L.C.   June 2011 - October 2011
Universal Studios  March 2011 - May 2011
USA Networks  February 2011 - March 2011
On The Line Productions   December 2010 - January 2011

Film, Television, Avid, Final Cut Pro, Entertainment, Editing, Film Editing, Sound, Avid Media Composer, Post Production, DVD Studio Pro, Documentaries, Film Production, Video Production, Video Editing, Commercials, After Effects, Final Draft, Final Cut Studio, Feature Films, Producing, Pro Tools, Video, Music Videos, Screenwriting, HD Video, Directing, Dvd, Short Films, Pre-production

Middlebury College   2000 — 2004
BA, Film, Studio Art

University College Dublin   2002 — 2003
History, Arts

Polytechnic High School   1996 — 2000

Sequoyah School   1990 — 1993

Bill BalasBill BalasGreater Los Angeles AreaDetails

Bill Balas's Universal Television Experience 2012 - Present

Job Writer on BATES MOTEL at Universal Television

Industry Entertainment

Universal Television   2012 - Present
AYM Films   September 2003 - Present

Film, Film Production, Final Draft, Entertainment, Television, Screenwriting, Post Production, Feature Films, Comedy, Producing

The American Film Institute   2003 — 2005
Master of Fine Arts (MFA), Screenwriting

Bay High School

Bay High School

Kenny TsaiKenny TsaiGreater Los Angeles AreaDetails

Kenny Tsai's Universal Television Experience March 2013 - Present


Industry Entertainment

Blumhouse   September 2014 - Present
Universal Television   March 2013 - Present
Universal Television   September 2012 - March 2013
Universal Cable Productions  August 2011 - August 2012
New York Television Festival  September 2011 - September 2011
Paramount Pictures  September 2010 - May 2011
Boardwalk Empire  January 2009 - September 2010

Film, Television

New York University   2005 — 2008
BFA, Film and Television Production

Webb School of California   2001 — 2005

Doug HerlihyDoug HerlihyChicago, IllinoisDetails

Doug Herlihy's Universal Television Experience April 2013 - April 2013

Job Special Effects Tech at Universal Television Chicago PD Season 3

Industry Entertainment

Universal Television - Chicago PD   July 2015 - Present
Big City Sets Inc   March 2015 - Present
IATSE Local 476  March 2013 - Present
Self-employed  2006 - Present
20th Century Fox TV  March 2014 - March 2014
20th Century Fox TV  July 2013 - February 2014
Spare Parts, INC   January 2014 - January 2014
20th Century Fox TV  November 2013 - January 2014
Prettybird  November 2013 - November 2013
Universal Television   April 2013 - April 2013

Acting, Event Management, Stage Lighting, Theatrical Production, Wood Turning, Team Building, Film Production, Entertainment, Professional Audio, Fire Safety, Event Planning, Theatre, Carpentry, Woodworking, Lighting Controls, Cross-functional Team..., Stressful Situations, Emergency Management, Non-profit..., Fundraising, Arts Administration, Improvisation, Performing Arts, Sound Design, Voice Acting, Festival Organizing, Functional Art, High Intensity..., Special Effects, Special Events..., Set Construction, Scenic Carpentry, Pyrotechnics, Film, Feature Films, Commercials, Television, Lighting Design, Festivals, Production Managment

College of DuPage   1993 — 1996
Technical Theatre/Theatre Design and Technology

Downers Grove South HS   1984 — 1989

Paula JenningsPaula JenningsTulsa, Oklahoma AreaDetails

Paula Jennings's Universal Television Experience 1989 - 1997

Job Media Coordinator, Executive Assistant, Admin. Assistant

Industry Marketing and Advertising

Power Pilates  2015 - 2015
Rovi Corporation  October 2007 - March 2013
Euro RSCG  February 2007 - April 2007
Carat USA  September 2006 - January 2007
Carat USA  August 2003 - April 2006
Universal Home Video   1993 - 1997
Universal Television   1989 - 1997

Advertising, Digital Media, Television, Video, Digital Marketing, Social Media, New Media, Digital Strategy, Integrated Marketing, Online Advertising, Media Planning, Mobile Marketing, Social Media Marketing, Marketing, Media Buying

California State University-Northridge   2000 — 2002
2002, Radio/TV/FIlm

Keely HuntKeely HuntAustin, Texas AreaDetails

Keely Hunt's Universal Television Experience June 2014 - July 2014

Job Receptionist

Industry Information Technology and Services

NetSuite  July 2015 - Present
Universal Television   June 2014 - July 2014
JSR Productions   June 2012 - June 2014
The Blackstone Group  June 2007 - April 2012

Entertainment, Film, Television, Acting, Comedy, Theatre, Drama, Singing, Stage

The University of Texas at Austin
Bachelor's degree, Theater

Jane RapaJane RapaGreater New York City AreaDetails

Jane Rapa's Universal Television Experience November 1996 - February 1997

Job Format Producer at A+E Networks

Industry Entertainment

A+E Networks  February 2014 - Present
Viacom Media Networks  2003 - April 2013
Comedy Central  January 1998 - September 2003
Fox News Channel  July 1999 - March 2000
A&E Television Networks  January 1998 - December 1999
FX and Fox Cable Networks  March 1997 - February 1998
Universal Television   November 1996 - February 1997
New World Entertainment  August 1995 - June 1996
Posnick and Kolker Advertising   1996 - 1996
columbia tri-star Televison   November 1993 - July 1995

Video Production, Television, Avid, Post Production, Broadcast, New Media, Entertainment, Broadcast Television, Film, Video, Editing, Producing, Photography, Reality, Commercials, HD Video, Comedy

State University of New York College at Plattsburgh   1988 — 1992
BA, Communications

State University of New York College at Plattsburgh   1988 — 1992
BA Communications, Communication and Media Studies

Rheeqrheeq ChaineyRheeqrheeq ChaineyLos Angeles, CaliforniaDetails

Rheeqrheeq Chainey's Universal Television Experience March 2013 - May 2013

Job Assistant in the Television Department at Lionsgate

Industry Entertainment

Lionsgate  August 2013 - Present
Universal Television   March 2013 - May 2013
Creative Artists Agency  November 2011 - March 2013

Harvard College   2007 — 2011
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Women's Studies

Adam BosticAdam BosticGreater New York City AreaDetails

Adam Bostic's Universal Television Experience 2001 - 2003

Job Senior Writer Producer at WE tv (AMC Networks)

Industry Broadcast Media

WE tv (AMC Networks)   October 2014 - Present
Adam Bostic, Inc.   June 2014 - October 2014
Swaddle Media Inc.   December 2008 - June 2014
Current TV  March 2012 - September 2012
Current TV  2007 - 2008
Rainbow Media  September 2005 - February 2007
Adam I. Bostic   September 1998 - September 2005
Voom HD Networks  2004 - 2005
USA Networks  2001 - 2004
Universal Television   2001 - 2003

Broadcast Television, Post Production, Final Cut Pro, Commercials, Video Production, Video Editing, After Effects, Motion Graphics, Avid, Video, Television, Storytelling, Final Cut Studio, Promos, HD, Voice Over, Advertising, Creative Writing, Marketing, HD Video, Avid Media Composer, Media Production, Non-linear Editing, Graphics, Creative Direction, Broadcast, New Media, Editing, Producing, Screenwriting, Documentaries, DVD Studio Pro, Film Production, Digital Media, Videography, Reality, Camera, Entertainment, Directing, Feature Films, Content Strategy, Short Films, Multimedia, Digital Video, Animation, Visual Effects, Production Managment, Web Video, Music Videos, Premiere

School of Visual Arts   1997 — 2000
MFA, Computer Arts

College for Creative Studies   1991 — 1995
BFA, Fine Arts

Antioch University   1989 — 1990
None, Fine Arts

Kevin SchillingerKevin SchillingerGreater Chicago AreaDetails

Kevin Schillinger's Universal Television Experience July 2014 - Present

Job Production Assistant at Chicago PD

Industry Media Production

Universal Television   July 2014 - Present
Taylor University Media Communication   February 2014 - May 2014
Taylor University Echo News   August 2013 - May 2014
Big Shoulders Digital Video  May 2013 - August 2013
Bartlett Aquatics Center at the Bartlett Park District   September 2008 - July 2012

Social Media, Microsoft Office, Photoshop, Video Editing, Editing, PowerPoint, Microsoft Word, Final Cut Pro, Microsoft Excel, Research, Photography, Public Speaking, Creative Writing, Facebook, Customer Service, Post Production

Taylor University   2010 — 2014
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Film & Media Production

Wheaton Academy   2006 — 2010
College/University Preparatory and Advanced High School/Secondary Diploma Program

Topher HarlessTopher HarlessUniversal City, CaliforniaDetails

Topher Harless's Universal Television Experience October 2013 - March 2014

Job Executive Assistant at NBCUniversal

Industry Broadcast Media

The Procrastination Moment   March 2015 - Present
Wine and Comics   February 2015 - Present
It's Past My Bedtime with Topher Harless   June 2014 - Present
NBCUniversal, Inc.   April 2014 - Present
The Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre  April 2012 - May 2014
NBCUniversal, Inc.   August 2013 - April 2014
Universal Television   October 2013 - March 2014
Modeling Association of America International, Inc.   February 2013 - August 2013
Integrity Casting   January 2013 - August 2013
Topher Harless Photography   April 2009 - August 2013

Improvisation, Customer Service, Video, Editing, Film, Television, Photography, Wedding Photography, Headshots, Acting, Casting, Music Videos, Commercials, Short Films, Film Production, Comedy, Camera, Screenwriting, Theatre, Feature Films, Broadcast, Lighting, Videography, Graphic Design, Sound, Video Editing, Final Draft, Video Production, Producing, Final Cut Pro, Radio, Entertainment, Camera Operating, Post Production, Directing, Final Cut Studio, Documentaries

Upright Citizens Brigade   2011 — 2011
Certificate of Completion, Improvisational Performance and Sketch Writing

Southeastern University   2005 — 2009
B.S, Television and Radio Broadcasting

Southeastern University   2005 — 2009
B.S, Practical Theology

Jamie CornejoJamie CornejoWest Hollywood, CaliforniaDetails

Jamie Cornejo's Universal Television Experience April 2013 - July 2014

Job Senior Coordinator, Production & Marketing at STX Entertainment

Industry Entertainment

STX Entertainment  August 2014 - Present
Universal Television   April 2013 - July 2014
NBCUniversal, Inc.   September 2011 - April 2013
United Talent Agency  August 2010 - August 2011

Stanford University   2006 — 2010
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Human Biology

James Knight Ord III, Esq.James Knight Ord III, Esq.Salt Lake City, UtahDetails

James Knight Ord III, Esq.'s Universal Television Experience May 2007 - June 2008

Job Attorney/Owner at The Ord Firm, PC

Industry Law Practice

The Ord Firm, PC   October 2013 - Present
Ford & Huff LC  September 2011 - September 2013
ITF MEDIA   April 2008 - August 2011
The Walt Disney Company  August 2008 - October 2010
Universal Television   May 2007 - June 2008

Litigation, Family Law, Microsoft Office, Social Media, Estate Planning, Customer Service, Legal Writing, Event Planning, Legal Research, Leadership

Brigham Young University—J. Reuben Clark Law School   2002 — 2005
Doctor of Law (J.D.), Law

Christopher Newport University   1999 — 2001
Bachelor of Science (BS), Political Science and Government

United States Air Force Academy Preparatory School   1995 — 1996
Graduation Certificate, Military Science

Kecoughtan High School   1992 — 1995
High School Diploma

J.M. (Jacquie) GrangerJ.M. (Jacquie) GrangerGreater New York City AreaDetails

J.M. (Jacquie) Granger's Universal Television Experience 1999 - 2000

Job LunarWorks Films

Industry Entertainment

LunarWorks Films   August 1996 - Present
Flying Solo Web GraFX   April 2000 - Present
JMG Photography   January 2007 - Present
International Music Press   August 1991 - Present
Chris Whitley   September 2004 - December 2004
Freelance Photographer and Writer   February 1990 - September 2004
The Roxbury Company / Bad Attitude Artist Management   1987 - 2004
Universal Television   1999 - 2000
Pittard Sullivan  1999 - 2000
The WB Television Network  1998 - 1999

Salisbury University   2011 — 2015
MA, History

Salisbury University   2007 — 2010
BFA, Photography

Virginia Commonwealth University   1987 — 1988
Economics / Pre-Law

Jenna BauerJenna BauerGreater Los Angeles AreaDetails

Jenna Bauer's Universal Television Experience October 2014 - Present

Job Post Production Supervisor at FIC/Cinemax

Industry Entertainment

FIC/Cinemax   July 2015 - Present
Universal Television   October 2014 - Present
A&E Television  June 2014 - March 2015
Universal Television   September 2012 - June 2014
Universal Television   March 2013 - May 2013
AMC Networks  April 2012 - October 2012
Turner Network Television  March 2012 - May 2012
Lionsgate  June 2011 - January 2012
Jeff Margolis Productions  January 2009 - January 2012
Warner Bros. Television  March 2010 - May 2011

Post Production, Television, Video Production, Film Production, Producing, Entertainment, Final Cut Pro, Video Editing, Film

International Academy of Design and Technology-Chicago
Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA), Video and Animation Productions

Bonnie CahoonBonnie CahoonGreater Los Angeles AreaDetails

Bonnie Cahoon's Universal Television Experience 1997 - 1997

Job Writer/Producer

Industry Broadcast Media

The CW Television Network  2006 - Present
Disney ABC Television Group  2011 - 2011
CBS Network  2005 - 2005
The WB Television Network  1999 - 2005
CBS Network  1998 - 1999
HEMISPHERE Entertainment   1998 - 1998
NBC Network  1997 - 1997
Universal Television   1997 - 1997
Vin Di Bona Productions  1997 - 1997
Disney Channel  1988 - 1997

Broadcast, Television, Video Production, Reality, Broadcast Television, Feature Films, Avid, Theatre, Producing, Commercials, Radio, Film Production, Avid Media Composer, Post Production, Final Cut Pro, Film, Video, HD Video, Voice Over, Acting, Documentaries, Creative Writing, Screenwriting, Reality TV

University of Southern California   1983 — 1987
BS, Broadcast Journalism

University of California, Los Angeles   2013 — 2013
Screenwriting Program, Writing, General

Maddy DowlerMaddy DowlerDallas/Fort Worth AreaDetails

Maddy Dowler's Universal Television Experience 1999 - 2000

Job Project Manager, ArcherVision Media Group/ThriveWire.com/FootballMatters.org

Industry Broadcast Media

ArcherVision   May 2014 - Present
Freelance  July 2013 - March 2014
Real Life Church  2011 - 2013
Real Life Church  July 2004 - September 2010
Decorating by Dowler   2000 - 2008
Young Life  January 2000 - January 2003
Universal Television   1999 - 2000
Universal Television   1994 - 1999
Tribune Entertainment  1990 - 1996
Warner Bros. Television  1991 - 1992

Social Media, Advertising, Graphic Design, Event Planning, Press Releases, Marketing Communications, Creative Direction, Blogging, Organization, Newsletters, Television, Facebook, Interior Design, Music, Editing, Media Planning, Digital Media, Time Management, Marketing, Strategic Communications, Community Engagement, Publications, Brand Management, Publicity, Copywriting, Nonprofits, Internal Communications, Integrated Marketing, Promotions, Media Relations, Public Relations, Leadership, Event Management, Brand Development, Photoshop, Microsoft Office, HTML 5, Spanish-speaking, Managing Database, Clerical Skills, Executive..., Project Management, Real Estate, Owner-managed businesses, Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, Meeting Planning, Microsoft Word, Communication, InDesign

California State University-Chico   1985 — 1989
Bachelor's degree, Communications

California State University-Chico   1985 — 1989
Bachelor of arts, Communications

Philip S. PlowdenPhilip S. PlowdenChicago, IllinoisDetails

Philip S. Plowden's Universal Television Experience July 2015 - Present

Job CoFounder/Producer at Fatal Funnel Films, LLC

Industry Motion Pictures and Film

Universal Television   July 2015 - Present
Fatal Funnel Films, LLC   June 2014 - Present
Universal Television   July 2014 - April 2015
NBC Studios  September 2013 - March 2014
Dig Two Graves, LLC   June 2012 - March 2014
Village Roadshow Pictures  June 2013 - August 2013
CFS Production   May 2013 - May 2013
ABC Studios  February 2013 - March 2013
Dig Two Graves, LLC   December 2012 - February 2013
Sony Pictures Entertainment  July 2012 - December 2012

Film & Video Production, Screenwriting, Film Festivals, Independent Film, Location Scouting, Film, Feature Films, Final Draft, Short Films, Television, Commercials, Pre-production, Production Assistance, Film Production, Directing, Documentaries, Entertainment, Producing, Creative Writing, Comedy, Reality, Post Production, Broadcast, Camera, Digital Video, HD Video, Voice Over, Avid Media Composer, Voice Acting, Photography, Screenplays, Drama, Acting

Columbia College Chicago
Bachelor of Arts, Film & Video

New Trier Township
High School

Cassandra HsiehCassandra HsiehGreater New York City AreaDetails

Cassandra Hsieh's Universal Television Experience August 2015 - Present

Job Costume Coordinator on "The Way" at Universal Television

Industry Apparel & Fashion

Universal Television   August 2015 - Present
CS Global/SPEC Entertainment   September 2011 - Present
Fox Searchlight Pictures  June 2015 - July 2015
New Line Cinema LLC  March 2015 - June 2015
Short Film  January 2015 - January 2015
Black Label Media, LLC   August 2014 - November 2014
BCDF Pictures  June 2014 - August 2014
Warner Brothers Television  February 2014 - March 2014
Netflix/Lionsgate   July 2013 - February 2014
ABC Television  February 2013 - April 2013

Facebook, Blogging, Social Media, Public Relations, Styling, PowerPoint, Microsoft Excel, Tumblr, iWork, Keynote, Twitter, Video Production, Film Production, Costumes, Editing, Microsoft Word, Entertainment, Press Releases, WordPress, Social Networking, Microsoft Office, Event Planning, Photography, Video Editing, Video, Digital Photography, Illustrator, Film, Editorial, Creative Direction, Post Production, Photo Shoots, Mac, Social Media Marketing, Retail, Creative Writing, Music, Cinematography, Commercials, Wardrobe, Online Marketing, Camera, Marketing

New York University   2007 — 2011
BA, French, Creative Writing, English

Jen Coyne-HoerleJen Coyne-HoerleGreater Los Angeles AreaDetails

Jen Coyne-Hoerle's Universal Television Experience March 2015 - Present

Job Awards Consultant at Universal Television

Industry Entertainment

Universal Television   March 2015 - Present
21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards   October 2014 - February 2015
Universal Television   March 2014 - September 2014
20th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards   October 2013 - February 2014
Universal Television   March 2013 - September 2013
19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards   October 2012 - February 2013
Universal Television   March 2012 - September 2012
18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards   October 2011 - February 2012
Universal Media Studios  March 2011 - October 2011
17th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards   October 2010 - February 2011

Event Planning, Entertainment, Publicity, Television, Press Releases, Social Media, Film, Public Relations, Media Relations, Facebook, Social Networking, Press Kits, New Media, Event Management, Editorial, Storytelling, Sponsorship, Copywriting, Broadcast, Radio, Creative Writing, Digital Media, Blogging

Loyola Marymount University   2002 — 2006
BA, Communications

Bellarmine Preparatory School   1998 — 2002

Katrina L. PowellKatrina L. PowellCary, North CarolinaDetails

Katrina L. Powell's Universal Television Experience August 2000 - December 2000

Job Web Governance Strategist at SAS

Industry Marketing and Advertising

SAS  May 2015 - Present
SAS  October 2007 - May 2015
Discovery Communications  January 2003 - March 2007
Video Labs  February 2002 - January 2003
Fenton Communications  July 2001 - October 2001
Ithaca College  August 1999 - May 2001
Universal Television   August 2000 - December 2000
Nickelodeon Animation Studio  August 2000 - December 2000
WNET New York Public Media  May 1999 - August 1999

Online Advertising, Advertising, Google Analytics, DoubleClick, Microsoft Office, Photoshop, InDesign, Online Marketing, Digital Marketing, Project Management, Brand Management, Marketing, Video Production, Social Media, Public Relations, Television, Graphic Design, Leadership

American University   2004 — 2006
Master of Arts (M.A.), Public Communication Management

Ithaca College   1997 — 2001
Bachelor of Science (BS), Communications

Kristi OkenKristi OkenLos Angeles, CaliforniaDetails

Kristi Oken's Universal Television Experience January 2013 - Present

Job Casting/Entertainment Coordinator

Industry Entertainment

Universal Television   January 2013 - Present
CBS Studio Center  January 2012 - July 2012

Computer/Technical..., Mac, Windows, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, Microsoft Publisher, Studio System, Outlook Express, Photoshop, Final Cut Pro, Movie Magic Budgeting, EP Scheduling, IMDB, Microsoft Dynamics, Pro Tools, Avid Media Composer, Adobe Professional, Driving License, Time Management, Highly detail oriented, Organized Multi-tasker, Self-starter, Customer Service, Casting, Highly Reliable, Internet Savvy, Energetic team player, Cpr Certified, Entertainment, Film Production, Final Draft, Film, Post Production

California State University-Long Beach   2008 — 2012
BA, Film and Video Production

Clara DavisClara DavisChicago, IllinoisDetails

Clara Davis's Universal Television Experience August 2014 - August 2014

Job Actress / Voiceover Actress / Model

Industry Entertainment

Marshalls  August 2012 - Present
LA Fitness  July 2014 - October 2014
Universal Television   August 2014 - August 2014
Universal Television   August 2014 - August 2014
Anything's Possible Events   November 2013 - May 2014
20th Century Fox Film  March 2014 - March 2014
20th Century Fox Film  October 2013 - February 2014
Six Flags Great America  August 2013 - October 2013
Telepictures  September 2012 - September 2012
LA Fitness  March 2011 - July 2012

5 Years experience of..., 5 Years in directing..., 5 Years experience in..., 1 Year experience in 3D..., Camera Equipment:..., various lighting..., 5 Years experience of..., 5 Years experience..., 4 Years of sales..., 4 Years + Customer...

International Performing Arts Academy   2012 — 2013
Certification, Auditioning Acting and Modeling

International Academy of Design and Technology-Chicago   2005 — 2010
Bachelor of Fine Arts, Visual Communications

Wendell Phillips Academy High School   1999 — 2003
High School Diploma

Jon KellerJon KellerChicago, IllinoisDetails

Jon Keller's Universal Television Experience September 2000 - May 2004

Job Experienced Business Development Expert

Industry Marketing and Advertising

Captivate Network  June 2012 - Present
enVu, LLC   June 2010 - September 2011
Channel M  September 2008 - November 2009
Reactrix Systems, Inc.   January 2007 - August 2008
Screenvision  September 2003 - February 2005
Universal Television   September 2000 - May 2004
CBS Television Network  September 1997 - September 2000
Premiere Radio Networks  1989 - 1998
ABC Radio  1985 - 1989
J. Walter Thompson  1981 - 1985

Outdoor Advertising, Digital Media, Advertising, Integrated Marketing, Digital Marketing, Marketing Strategy, Social Media, New Media, Account Management, Marketing, Business Development, New Business Development, Sales, Start-ups, Sales Management, Sales Presentations, Digital Strategy

Michigan State University   1977 — 1981
BA, Advertising

Don RobertDon RobertGreater New York City AreaDetails

Don Robert's Universal Television Experience 1999 - 2004

Job SVP, Corporate Research at A&E Television Networks

Industry Broadcast Media

A&E Television Networks  2004 - Present
Universal Television   1999 - 2004
Katz American Television   1994 - 1999

Boston University
Broadcasting & Film

Clara JuhnClara JuhnGreater Los Angeles AreaDetails

Clara Juhn's Universal Television Experience 2015 - 2015

Job Television and Film

Industry Entertainment

ABC Television  2015 - 2015
Universal Television   2015 - 2015
HBO  2013 - 2014
Deluxe Digital Studios  June 2011 - October 2013
Give Back Hollywood   January 2010 - August 2011
NBC Universal  August 2010 - January 2011
NetSeer  October 2007 - December 2008
Echo Entertainment  December 2006 - December 2007
Touchstone ABC   June 2005 - December 2006
CNBC/ Dennis Miller   April 2004 - May 2005

Entertainment, Event Planning, Social Media, Special Events, Public Relations, Fashion, Digital Media, Marketing, Digital Marketing, Event Management, Advertising, Project Management, Account Management, Theatrical Production, Customer Service, Leadership, Management

Pepperdine University   1999 — 2002
BA, Telecommunication, Production

Pepperdine University

Rebecca IklerRebecca IklerGreater New York City AreaDetails

Rebecca Ikler's Universal Television Experience July 2015 - Present

Job Production Manager

Industry Media Production

Universal Television   July 2015 - Present
MTV  May 2015 - July 2015
Comedy Central  January 2015 - March 2015
Universal Television   July 2014 - December 2014
VH1  February 2014 - June 2014
Sunset Lane Entertainment, LLC  August 2013 - January 2014
VH1  April 2013 - July 2013
MTV2  December 2012 - March 2013
Comedy Central  August 2012 - October 2012
DiGa Vision  April 2012 - August 2012

Television Production, Production Management, Entertainment, Reality, Television, Music, Production Managment, Video Production, Field Producing, Reality TV, Video, TV Production, Field Production, Broadcast

Penn State University   1996 — 2000
BA, Telecommunications and International Studies

The University of Manchester   1999 — 1999

Josue RosaJosue RosaLos Angeles, CaliforniaDetails

Josue Rosa's Universal Television Experience January 1990 - January 1996

Job Residuals Analyst at Motion Picture Industry Pension & Health Plans

Industry Entertainment

Motion Picture Industry Pension & Health Plans  October 2013 - Present
NBCUniversal –   January 2002 - January 2012
NBCUniversal, Inc.   1990 - 2012
Studios USA/Vivendi Universal   January 1996 - January 2001
Universal Television   January 1990 - January 1996

Television, Entertainment Industry, Entertainment, Sports, Public Speaking, Management, Account Reconciliation, Accounting, Video Production, Film, Public Relations, Microsoft Office, Budgets, Film Production

Santa Monica College   1988 — 1990
Associate of Arts (A.A.), Business Administration and Management, General

Ron ShulemRon ShulemStudio City, CaliforniaDetails

Ron Shulem's Universal Television Experience July 2015 - Present

Job Leadman at Universal Television "Truth Be Told"

Industry Entertainment

Universal Television   July 2015 - Present
Remote Broadcast Services   August 2014 - February 2015
20th Century Fox Television  September 2005 - February 2014

Entertainment, Set Design, Feature Films, Short Films, Film, Theatre, Event Management, Television, Stage, Commercials, Film Production, Music Videos, Video Production, Independent Film, Set Dressing, Pre-production, Drama, Set Decoration, Directing, Final Draft, Art, Creative Direction, Documentaries, Plays, Screenwriting, Social Media, Theatrical Production

California Institute of the Arts   1983 — 1986
Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA), Theatre/Theater PADT

Bill BottsBill BottsGreater Los Angeles AreaDetails

Bill Botts's Universal Television Experience 2000 - Present

Job Video Tape Operations at Toyota Motor Sales

Industry Broadcast Media

Toyota Motor Sales  April 2008 - Present
Fox Television  2000 - Present
CBS Television  2000 - Present
Tribune Entertainment  2000 - Present
Universal Television   2000 - Present
NBC Television  2000 - Present
NBC/Universal Digital Duplication Center   2007 - 2008
Panopoly Pictures   2002 - 2006
Panopoly Pictures   2001 - 2006

Post Production, Television, Video Production, Film, Final Cut Pro, Video, Avid Media Composer, Producing, Commercials, Broadcast, Film Production, Avid, HD Video, Broadcast Television, Web Video, Media Production, Pro Tools, Visual Effects, Video Editing, Camera, Documentaries, Feature Films, New Media, Non-linear Editing, Reality, Music Videos, Digital Video, Entertainment, DVD Studio Pro, Screenwriting, Final Cut Studio, Audio Post Production, Directing, Dvd

California State University-Long Beach   1972 — 1972
BA, Radio & Television Broadcasting

Pasadena City College   1964 — 1966
AA, Radio & Television Broadcasting

Benjamin MauceriBenjamin MauceriSanta Monica, CaliforniaDetails

Benjamin Mauceri's Universal Television Experience May 2003 - May 2004

Job Red Bull Media House

Industry Entertainment

Red Bull Media House  January 2015 - Present
Red Bull Media House  September 2012 - January 2015
Comedy Central  October 2005 - August 2012
NBCUniversal, Inc.   August 2004 - October 2005
William Morris Agency  May 2004 - August 2004
Universal Television   May 2003 - May 2004

Entertainment Law, Business Affairs, Digital Distribution, Entertainment, Licensing, Music Licensing, Intellectual Property, Legal Affairs, Copyright Law, Broadcast, Music Industry, Arbitration, Media & Entertainment, Trademarks, Digital Media, New Media, Television, Film, Video Production

Syracuse University   1999 — 2002
Doctor of Law (JD)

University of Arizona   1995 — 1999
BA - Philosophy

Bronx High School of Science   1991 — 1995

Julie HeathJulie HeathGreater Los Angeles AreaDetails

Julie Heath's Universal Television Experience August 2012 - March 2013

Job Costume Supervisor

Industry Entertainment

Showtime Networks  2006 - August 2013
Universal Television   August 2012 - March 2013
Warner Bros. Studios  August 2011 - January 2012
NBC Universal  July 2010 - December 2010
Warner Bros TV  August 2007 - March 2010

Television, Production, Costumes, Fashion, Entertainment, Film, Commercials, Pre-production, Stylists, Wardrobe, Feature Films

Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising   1981 — 1983
AA, Fashion Merchandising

Pacific Palisades High School   1977 — 1980

David RaynorDavid RaynorGreater Philadelphia AreaDetails

David Raynor's Universal Television Experience September 2014 - October 2014

Job Associate Producer/Production Supervisor/Production Coordinator

Industry Motion Pictures and Film

David Raynor   2002 - Present
Neighborhood Film Company  August 2015 - September 2015
Creed Productions, LLC   November 2014 - April 2015
Universal Television   September 2014 - October 2014
Jamison Farms Productions, LLC   January 2014 - April 2014
Brandywine 5 PA, Inc.   August 2013 - December 2013
Neighborhood Film Company  August 2013 - August 2013
Sunny TV Productions/FX Network   June 2013 - June 2013
Neighborhood Film Company  March 2013 - March 2013
Neighborhood Film Company  December 2012 - December 2012

Film, Film Production, Feature Films, Television, Commercials, Pre-production, Production Managment, Post Production, Media Production, Producing, Music Videos, Video Production, Video, Production Management, Production, Final Draft, Scheduling, Short Films, Independent Film, Screenwriting, Mac, HD Video, Camera, Broadcast, Reality, Documentaries, Team Leadership, Social Media, Leadership, Strategic Communications, Entertainment Industry, Wrap Accounts, Windows, Accounting, Event Planning, Fundraising, Customer Service, Event Management, Strategic Planning, Inventory Management, Entertainment, Long-term Customer..., Microsoft Office, Microsoft Excel, Scenchronize, PIX, Microsoft Word, Travel Management, Multimedia, Event

Temple University   1993 — 1997
B.A., Film & Media Arts

Barb SteeleBarb SteeleGlendale, CaliforniaDetails

Barb Steele's Universal Television Experience August 2014 - February 2015

Job Assistant Editor, "Black Jesus" at Adult Swim

Industry Motion Pictures and Film

Adult Swim  May 2015 - Present
USA Network  March 2015 - May 2015
Abominable Pictures  March 2015 - March 2015
Universal Television   August 2014 - February 2015
End of Movie / Public Road   December 2013 - May 2014
"Look Twice", short film   October 2013 - December 2013
Digital Kitchen  July 2013 - December 2013
"Pop Up" Webseries   May 2013 - August 2013
Kenner Films / Participant Media   February 2013 - May 2013
Labyrinth / "Cliffside Bend"   March 2013 - April 2013

Avid Media Composer, Final Cut Pro, Editing, Avid, Production, Adobe Premiere, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Encore, DVD Studio Pro, FileMaker, Mac, PC, Photoshop, Premiere, Film, After Effects, Storytelling, Television, Documentaries, Film Production, Dreamweaver, Illustrator, Dvd, Final Cut Studio, Screenwriting, Film Editing, Post Production, Video Editing, Producing, Video Production, Final Draft, Short Films

University of Southern California   2009 — 2012
MFA, Film Production

Temple University   2001 — 2004
BA, Classical Studies

Alan KingsbergAlan KingsbergGreater New York City AreaDetails

Alan Kingsberg's Universal Television Experience April 2008 - July 2008

Job Adjunct Professor at Columbia University

Industry Entertainment

Nickelodeon  January 2011 - Present
Alan Kingsberg's TV Writing   November 2010 - Present
Columbia University  September 1999 - Present
In Development   January 2010 - December 2010
4Kids Entertainment  2001 - 2009
Universal Television   April 2008 - July 2008
Freelance for Movies and TV   January 1985 - September 2001
Universal Pictures  January 1995 - December 1995
The Walt Disney Studios  January 1991 - December 1991
Comedy Channel   1990 - 1991

New York University   1980 — 1984
MFA, Film

University of Pennsylvania - The Wharton School   1974 — 1978
BS, Economics

Horace Mann   1968 — 1974
High School

Lauren DelostLauren DelostGreater Los Angeles AreaDetails

Lauren Delost's Universal Television Experience March 2015 - Present

Job Production Assistant at Universal Television

Industry Design

Universal Television   March 2015 - Present
Little Wooden Boat Productions   February 2015 - March 2015
Quest Pictures   2014 - 2014
The Hamilton Collection  October 2006 - November 2013
The Bradford Exchange  July 2004 - September 2006

Illustration, Concept Development, Illustrator, Management, Creative Direction, Character Animation, Product Design, Concept Design, Art, Sketching, Layout, Art Direction, Storyboarding, Graphics, Photoshop

Ringling College of Art and Design   2000 — 2004
Bachelor's Degree, Illustration

Rodd FeingoldRodd FeingoldGreater Los Angeles AreaDetails

Rodd Feingold's Universal Television Experience 1987 - 1989


Industry Entertainment

My Eye Media, LLC  March 2011 - Present
Troop Business Services   April 2004 - Present
Greater Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce  2008 - April 2011
Fox Entertainment Group  1993 - 2003
Landmark Entertainment Group  1990 - 1993
Numerous Television MOWs   1989 - 1990
Universal Television   1987 - 1989

Professional Business..., Strategic Planning, Business Strategy, Mergers, Business Valuation, Negotiation, Small Business, Due Diligence, Business Brokerage, Strategy, Finance, Valuation, Business Planning, Mergers & Acquisitions, Real Estate, Corporate Finance, Analysis, Venture Capital, Sales, Budgets, Accounting, New Business Development, Start-ups, Private Equity, Management, Entrepreneurship, Management Consulting, Acquisitions, Commercial Real Estate, Investments, Executive Management

UCLA   1988 — 1989
Post Graduate Studies, Accounting and Law

Arizona State University   1980 — 1985
BS, Business Administration

Maura TrailMaura TrailGreater New York City AreaDetails

Maura Trail's Universal Television Experience October 2014 - March 2015

Job Production Coordinator at Jarrett Creative

Industry Entertainment

Jarrett Creative  March 2015 - March 2015
Universal Television   October 2014 - March 2015
Left Right  August 2014 - October 2014
Universal Television - State of Affairs   February 2014 - May 2014
Ogilvy & Mather  December 2013 - December 2013
Erotic Fire LLC   November 2013 - December 2013
ZaZou Productions   September 2013 - October 2013
Optomen Productions  September 2012 - September 2013
Spaha Pictures   July 2012 - August 2012
Zarra's Law Productions   May 2012 - July 2012

Producing, Film Production, Film, Television, Pre-production, Final Cut Pro, Feature Films, Final Draft, Screenwriting, Entertainment, Post Production, Video Production, Microsoft Excel, Reality, Adobe Creative Suite, Production Managment, Short Films, Commercials, Video, Scripting, Music Videos, Independent Film, New Media, Broadcast, Editing, Creative Problem Solving, Creative Strategy, Multitasker, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Word, PhotoShop, Event Planning, Event Management, Live Events, Production Management

James Madison University   2002 — 2006
BA, English, Theatre, Anthropology

Dave LamontDave LamontNew York, New YorkDetails

Dave Lamont's Universal Television Experience 2000 - 2004


Industry Education Management

The British International School of New York  2013 - Present
T3Media  2007 - 2012
JAC & CO   2006 - 2007
The Wall Street Journal  September 2004 - March 2006
USA Networks (Universal Television)   February 1996 - September 2004
Universal Television   2000 - 2004
American Banknote Corporation  1991 - 1995
The National Sports Daily  1990 - 1991
American Lawyer  1988 - 1990
Maidenform  1986 - 1988

Budgets, P&L Reporting, Financial Analysis, Digital Media, Microsoft Excel, Television, Account Management, Advertising, Forecasting, Mas 90, Strategic Planning, Revenue Recognition, Marketing, Financial Reporting, Vlookup, Great Plains Software, New Business Development, PowerPoint, Balance Sheet, Negotiation, Accounting, Auditing, Sales, Management, Financial Modeling, P&L Management

Le Moyne College   1982 — 1986

Homer Central HS

Liza D. EspinasLiza D. EspinasGreater Los Angeles AreaDetails

Liza D. Espinas's Universal Television Experience April 2015 - April 2015

Job Film Editor

Industry Motion Pictures and Film

Disney ABC Television Group  August 2015 - Present
Personae Entertainment   August 2015 - Present
Paramount Pictures  May 2015 - August 2015
Universal Television   April 2015 - April 2015
Disney ABC Television Group  August 2014 - January 2015
Warner Bros. Entertainment Group of Companies  September 2013 - July 2014
Silver Pictures  October 2012 - September 2013
HBO  October 2011 - March 2012
Universal Pictures  August 2011 - November 2011
Fox Filmed Entertainment  September 2010 - May 2011

Post Production, Film, Avid, Final Draft, Film Editing, Features, Visual Effects, Film Production, Commercials, Television, Final Cut Pro, Writing, Directing, Producing, Editing, HD Video, DVD Studio Pro, Avid Media Composer, Final Cut Studio

University of California, Berkeley
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Film

Shira GreenShira GreenNew York, New YorkDetails

Shira Green's Universal Television Experience 1996 - 1998

Job Senior Vice President, Legal Entity Management at Citi

Industry Financial Services

Citi  March 2015 - Present
AIG  March 2013 - February 2015
ICSA Software  2008 - May 2013
Time Warner Inc.  2003 - 2007
NBCUniversal, Inc.   1998 - 2002
Universal Television   1996 - 1998

Corporate Governance, Governance, Change Management, Management, Software Project..., CRM, Project Management, Business Analysis, Start-ups, Nonprofits, Process Improvement

Emerson College   1990 — 1993
Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Communications

Erika BaumgartnerErika BaumgartnerLas Vegas, Nevada AreaDetails

Erika Baumgartner's Universal Television Experience November 2010 - May 2011

Job Technical Recruiter at Eastridge Workforce Solutions

Industry Information Technology and Services

Eastridge Workforce Solutions  March 2015 - Present
Insight Global  December 2012 - December 2014
lululemon athletica  June 2012 - October 2012
Abercrombie & Fitch  June 2011 - June 2012
Universal Television   November 2010 - May 2011
Bacardi, USA  2010 - May 2011
Chez Pierre  February 2009 - October 2010
Abercrombie  October 2008 - March 2009
Hawk's Landing Club   June 2004 - August 2007

Teamwork, Logic Programming, Leadership, Facebook, Constant Contact, Time Management, Social Networking, Event Planning, Interpersonal..., PowerPoint, Spanish, Critical Thinking, YouTube, Social Media, Sales Management, Advertising, Sales, Customer Service, Start-ups, Management, Event Management, Marketing Strategy, Marketing, Press Releases, Fundraising, Program Management, Blogging, Public Relations, Training, Social Media Marketing, Market Research, Temporary Placement, Microsoft Word, Recruiting, Outlook, Microsoft Excel, Online Marketing, Public Speaking, Microsoft Office, Marketing Communications, Online Advertising, Consulting, Salesforce.com, Media Relations, Research, Cold Calling, Account Management, Editing, Team Leadership, Email Marketing

Florida State University   2007 — 2011
Bachelor of Arts (BA), International Relations and Affairs

Cooper City High School

Amber BahlAmber BahlSan Francisco Bay AreaDetails

Amber Bahl's Universal Television Experience June 2002 - August 2002

Job Software Engineer

Industry Computer Software

ExtraTeam  January 2011 - November 2014
ExtraTeam  March 2010 - January 2011
Microsoft SharePoint/ SharePoint Designer   February 2007 - March 2010
Microsoft SharePoint Designer   June 2006 - August 2006
Bose Corporation  March 2005 - August 2005
Infimed Inc.  November 2004 - March 2005
Universal Television   June 2002 - August 2002

Software Development, Web Development, Software Engineering, SharePoint, C#, Software Project..., IIS, Collaboration Tools, Java, Product Management, Software Quality..., Technical Leadership, Program Management, Security, XML, REST, SOAP, Social Media, Computer Science, SharePoint Designer, Virtualization, .NET, Cloud Computing, SQL, Enterprise Software, Enterprise Collaboration, Object Oriented Design, C++, ASP.NET, Oracle, Architecture, MySQL, Mobile Applications, PHP, Microsoft Office..., XSLT, Enterprise Architecture, Visual Studio, Project Management, Program Managment, Business Planning and...

Rochester Institute of Technology   2003 — 2006
BS in Software Engineering, Software Engineering, Computer Science, Concentration in Economics

Emerald Heights   1999 — 2001
Highschool, Computer Science, Maths, Physics, Chemistry

Kendriya Vidyalaya   1997 — 1999

The Army Public School, Delhi   1991 — 1996

Gareth ProvanGareth ProvanGreater Los Angeles AreaDetails

Gareth Provan's Universal Television Experience November 2013 - Present

Job Senior Vice President, Production at Universal Television

Industry Entertainment

Universal Television   November 2013 - Present
Universal Television   November 2012 - October 2013
BAFTA  August 2011 - April 2013
Nigel Lythgoe Productions  January 2012 - October 2012
The Gurin Company  November 2008 - November 2011
Actual Reality Pictures  January 2008 - September 2008
Lighthearted Entertainment  October 2004 - July 2007
Lighthearted Entertainment  August 2004 - November 2004
Amulet Entertainment   April 2003 - July 2004
LMNO Productions  March 1997 - April 2003

MovieMagic Budgeting &..., Microsoft Office, Human Resources, Corporate Finance, Project Accounting, International Sales, Contract Negotiation, Third Party Vendor..., Operating Budgets, Talent Acquisition, Talent Booking, Strategic Planning, Risk Management, Business Affairs, Development Agreements

London South Bank University

St. Paul's

Jordan HartJordan HartNew York, New YorkDetails

Jordan Hart's Universal Television Experience September 2013 - March 2015

Job Warrior Poets

Industry Entertainment

Warrior Poets  April 2015 - Present
Universal Television   September 2013 - March 2015
FremantleMedia  December 2012 - September 2013
HBO  September 2012 - December 2012
The Walt Disney Company  September 2012 - December 2012
FremantleMedia  June 2012 - August 2012
Boston University  May 2011 - May 2012
Sony Pictures Entertainment  May 2010 - August 2010
NBCUniversal, Inc.   May 2010 - August 2010
Hearst Magazines  December 2009 - January 2010

Television Production, Film, Production, Spanish, Avid Media Composer, Microsoft Office, PowerPoint, Excel, Word, PC, Mac, Twitter, Facebook, Skype, Microsoft Word, Video Production, Social Media, Social Media Marketing, Entertainment, Leadership, Editing, Script Coverage

Boston University   2011 — 2012
Masters of Science, Television Production

University of Virginia   2007 — 2011

Paul RowanPaul RowanGreater New York City AreaDetails

Paul Rowan's Universal Television Experience November 1998 - April 2000

Job VP, Research at AIM TV Group / Raw Travel

Industry Marketing and Advertising

AIM TV Group / Raw Travel   May 2013 - Present
Argand Capital   May 2010 - May 2013
National Cable Communications  May 2007 - January 2009
National Cable Communications  January 2004 - May 2007
National Cable Communications  May 2000 - January 2004
Universal Television   November 1998 - April 2000
Tradewinds/Affinity Television   January 1997 - January 1998
Genesis Entertainment   October 1995 - January 1997

Advertising, Marketing Strategy, Marketing, Management, Television, Strategic Planning, Sales, Research, Creative Direction, Media Planning, Integrated Marketing, Digital Marketing, Digital Strategy, Marketing Research, Market Research, New Media, Social Media, Social Media Marketing, Marketing Communications, Selling

Darien High School

Kenyon College

Steven SearsSteven SearsGreater Los Angeles AreaDetails

Steven Sears's Universal Television Experience 1991 - 1992

Job Writer/Producer in Television and Film

Industry Entertainment

Wordfire Press   2013 - Present
PondaLee Productions   1997 - Present
Gestalt Publishing   2012 - 2014
Artists, Inc.   2004 - 2012
Cookie Jar Entertainment  2008 - 2010
Sony Tristar Television   1999 - 2001
MCA/Renaissance   September 1995 - October 1999
Columbia/TriStar Television   1992 - 1993
Universal Television   1991 - 1992
Stephen J. Cannell Studios   1984 - 1987

Film, Television Production, Television, Screenwriting, Script, Scripting, Commercials, Video Production, Entertainment, Video, Feature Films, Film Production, Music, Post Production, Comedy, Animation, Media Production, Publishing, Producing, Voice Acting, Music Videos, Documentaries, Voice Over, Directing, Books, Short Films, Creative Writing, Drama, Reality

Florida State University   1979 — 1980
B.A., Theatre, Sociology/Psychology

University of Florida   1975 — 1978

Denise PleuneDenise PleuneBurbank, CaliforniaDetails

Denise Pleune's Universal Television Experience February 2014 - Present

Job Co Producer Salvation Pilot at Universal Television

Industry Entertainment

Universal Television   February 2014 - Present
Fox Television  February 2014 - March 2014
ABC Television  August 2013 - January 2014
Disney ABC Television Group  December 2012 - June 2013
The Fosters   October 2012 - December 2012
ABC Television  November 2010 - May 2012
Warner Bros.  2008 - 2010
Showtime Networks  August 2009 - October 2009
The Riches   October 2007 - March 2008
Starz Media - Slacker Cats   2007 - 2007

Television, Avid, HD Video, Video Production, Film, Film Production, Post Production, Editing, Feature Films, Avid Media Composer, Visual Effects, Final Cut Pro, Sound, Producing, Entertainment, Pro Tools, Digital Media, Short Films, Recording

Central Michigan University   1989 — 1991

Kelli SinclairKelli SinclairGreater Los Angeles AreaDetails

Kelli Sinclair's Universal Television Experience April 2012 - April 2012

Job Senior Project Coordinator

Industry Entertainment

Thinkwell Group  March 2015 - Present
Thinkwell Group  September 2014 - March 2015
Thinkwell Group  September 2012 - September 2014
Thinkwell Group  June 2012 - September 2012
Universal Television   April 2012 - April 2012
NBCUniversal, Inc.   August 2011 - November 2011
Spores, LLC   July 2011 - August 2011
Mind Melt Films   May 2011 - June 2011

Project Management, Stage Management, Management, Event Planning, Theatre, Film, Television, Entertainment

Carnegie Mellon University   2007 — 2011
Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.), Production and Stage Management

Jeremy HopperJeremy HopperGreater Los Angeles AreaDetails

Jeremy Hopper's Universal Television Experience 2012 - 2012

Job Sourcing Analyst at 4D Executive Search

Industry Motion Pictures and Film

4D Executive Search   September 2015 - Present
ABC Television  February 2015 - August 2015
CBS Television Studios  February 2014 - November 2014
CBS Television Studios  June 2013 - October 2013
ABC Television  March 2013 - June 2013
FX and Fox Cable Networks  August 2012 - December 2012
Fortune Cookie Productions  2012 - 2012
Universal Television   2012 - 2012
MusicToons Entertainment   January 2008 - November 2011
Complete Music  April 2007 - November 2011

Executive..., Administrative..., Video Production, Project Planning, Project Management, Video Editing, Production, Video, Finance, Short Films, Screenwriting, Management, Producing, Editing, Accounting, Directing, Camera, Television, Production Assistance, Final Cut Pro, Assistant Directing, Film, Social Networking, Cinematography, Sound, Post Production, Avid Media Composer, Broadcast, Storytelling, Training, After Effects, Avid, Film Production, Radio, Voice Over, Photography, Media Production, Final Draft, Leadership, Commercials, Entertainment, Videography, Acting, Program Development, Scheduling Management, IT Operations

The University of Texas at Austin   2004 — 2007
B.S., Radio-TV-Film, GPA 3.63/4.00

The University of Texas at Austin - Red McCombs School of Business   2004 — 2007
Certification, Business Foundations

Rio ContradaRio ContradaLos Angeles, CaliforniaDetails

Rio Contrada's Universal Television Experience January 2014 - March 2014

Job Reader at Austin Film Festival

Industry Entertainment

Austin Film Festival  June 2015 - Present
Le Grisbi Production   December 2014 - February 2015
Warner Bros. Studios  March 2014 - August 2014
Universal Television   January 2014 - March 2014
Warner Bros. Studios  May 2013 - July 2013
The Mark Gordon Company  January 2013 - April 2013

Screenwriting, Drama, Script Coverage, Final Draft, Final Cut Pro, Microsoft Office, Film Production, Horror, Comedy, Customer Service, Production Assistance, Celtx, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Research, Writing, Dramedy, Surrealism, Film Development, Television Development, Scenechronize

Emerson College   2009 — 2013
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Writing for Film and Television, 3.6

Emerson College   2009 — 2013
Bachelor's degree, Writing for Film and Television

Perry SeamanPerry SeamanWest Hollywood, CaliforniaDetails

Perry Seaman's Universal Television Experience January 2013 - August 2014

Job Sr. Manager, West Coast Press at NBCUniversal, Inc.

Industry Broadcast Media

NBCUniversal, Inc.   August 2014 - Present
Universal Television   January 2013 - August 2014
NBCUniversal, Inc.   September 2011 - January 2013
Showtime Networks  March 2009 - September 2011
Overture Films  September 2007 - January 2009

Press Releases, Event Planning, Video Production, Film, Editing, Digital Media, Entertainment, Film Production, Publicity, Television, Social Media

UCLA   2003 — 2007
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), English Language and Literature, General

Jared FrancisJared FrancisAustin, TexasDetails

Jared Francis's Universal Television Experience May 2014 - August 2014

Job Client Account Manager

Industry Information Technology and Services

AllClear ID  September 2015 - Present
Stitch Fix  November 2014 - August 2015
ABC Studios  September 2014 - September 2014
Universal Television   May 2014 - August 2014
Dusk Productions   October 2013 - May 2014
InReach  April 2012 - October 2013
InReach  November 2011 - April 2012
Grande Communications Networks LLC  February 2006 - December 2008

Sales, Social Media, Customer Service, Event Planning, Account Management, Microsoft Office, Strategic Planning, Marketing, Microsoft Excel, Project Management, Salesforce.com, Marketing Communications, Project Planning, Cross-functional Team..., Outlook, Microsoft Word, Editing, Process Improvement, Audio Editing, Leadership, Video, Training, Multimedia, Video Production, Management, Social Networking

Texas State University May 2011   2009 — 2011
Bachelor of Science, Geography

Howard Payne University   1998 — 1999

Annie HumphrevilleAnnie HumphrevilleLos Angeles, CaliforniaDetails

Annie Humphreville's Universal Television Experience June 2014 - February 2015

Job Assistant to Producer/Director at ABC Studios

Industry Entertainment

ABC Studios  June 2015 - Present
Marobru, Inc.   December 2013 - June 2015
Universal Television   June 2014 - February 2015
USA Networks  April 2014 - June 2014
Jax Media  October 2013 - November 2013
AMC Networks  September 2012 - December 2012
Performing Arts Studio West   June 2010 - July 2012

PowerPoint, Microsoft Excel, Facebook, Social Media Marketing, Teaching, Children, Singing, Drama, Entertainment, Social Media, Social Networking, Acting, Blogging, Marketing Communications, Theatre, Performing Arts, Production Support, Office Administration

New School University   2009 — 2013
BA, Theater and Education

campbell hall   2003 — 2009

Bobby FilerBobby FilerGreater Los Angeles AreaDetails

Bobby Filer's Universal Television Experience August 2015 - Present

Job Post Production Assistant COACH at Universal Television

Industry Entertainment

Universal Television   August 2015 - Present
Disneyland Resort  June 2014 - Present
The Walt Disney Company  May 2010 - June 2015
Twentieth Century Fox Television  March 2015 - May 2015
Twentieth Television  January 2015 - April 2015
Dish Nation  February 2013 - May 2014
Relativity Media  December 2012 - February 2013
Relativity Media  November 2012 - February 2013
Cosmic Toast Studios  October 2012 - February 2013
THREE (ONE) O   December 2012 - January 2013

Video Editing, Final Cut Pro, Video Production, Post Production, Acting, Voice Acting, Social Media, Facebook Marketing, Twitter, Camera Operating, Segment Producing, Avid Media Composer, Dependable Team Player, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Entertainment

DeSales University   2007 — 2011
Bachelor of the Arts, TV and Film

DeSales University   2007 — 2011
Bachelor's degree, TV/Film

Madalyn SchillerMadalyn SchillerLos Angeles, CaliforniaDetails

Madalyn Schiller's Universal Television Experience May 2015 - Present

Job Coordinator, Alternative Programming and Development at Universal Television

Industry Entertainment

Universal Television   May 2015 - Present
Universal Television   March 2015 - Present
Warner Bros. Television  July 2014 - Present
TV Land  May 2014 - Present
Nickelodeon  January 2014 - May 2014
TV Land  August 2013 - December 2013
Sony Pictures Entertainment  February 2013 - May 2013
Sony Pictures Entertainment  February 2013 - May 2013
Sony Pictures Entertainment  June 2012 - November 2012
Chicago International Film Festival  October 2010 - October 2010

Intelligent, Hard Worker, Film Production, Video Direction, Video Production, Television Production, Screenwriting, Short Films, Feature Films, Acting, Final Cut Pro, Celtx, Art Direction, Creative Development, Creative Problem Solving, People Skills, Organizing, Soccer, Skiing, Travel, Scuba Diving, Photography, Video, DVD Studio Pro, Television, Panasonic Camcorders, Script Supervision, Soundtrack Pro, Video Compression, Assistant Directing, Post Production, Video Camera, Pre-production, Screenwriter, Casting, Video Editing, Film

Columbia College Chicago
Bachelor of Arts (BA), Film/Cinema/Video Studies

Elise RiveronElise RiveronLos Angeles, CaliforniaDetails

Elise Riveron's Universal Television Experience March 2012 - October 2012

Job Marketing Strategy Manager at NBCUniversal, Inc.

Industry Entertainment

NBCUniversal, Inc.   October 2014 - Present
NBCUniversal, Inc.   October 2012 - October 2014
Independent Consultant  January 2011 - January 2013
Universal Television   March 2012 - October 2012
Universal Studios  June 2011 - December 2011
Pittsburgh Film Office  August 2010 - June 2011
Disney Cruise Line  August 2007 - April 2008

Singing, Acting, Entertainment, Social Media, Television, Social Media Marketing, Film, Project Management, Brand Management, Email Marketing, Video Production, Digital Media, Online Advertising, Editing, Digital Marketing, Event Planning, Public Speaking, Marketing Strategy, Market Research, Public Relations, Marketing, Facebook

Carnegie Mellon University   2010 — 2012
Master's, Entertainment Industry Management

Ithaca College   2003 — 2007
BFA, Musical Theatre

Sam VolpeSam VolpeChicago, IllinoisDetails

Sam Volpe's Universal Television Experience June 2015 - Present

Job Production Assistant, Universal Television

Industry Entertainment

Universal Television   June 2015 - Present
2929 Entertainment   January 2014 - June 2014
Electroshine TV   May 2013 - August 2013
Knockaround Sunglasses  October 2012 - May 2013
Indiana Blood Center  September 2012 - May 2013
Current Publishing  January 2011 - May 2011

Script Coverage, Video Editing, Social Media, Editing, Microsoft Office, Public Relations, Advertising, Television, Broadcast, Video Production, Final Cut Pro, Photoshop, Video, Radio, Journalism, Digital Media, Film Production, Acquisitions, American Sign Language, Social Media Marketing

Indiana University Bloomington   2011 — 2015
Bachelor's Degree, Telecommunications (Design and Produciton)

Michelle LanthierMichelle LanthierLos Angeles, CaliforniaDetails

Michelle Lanthier's Universal Television Experience September 2015 - Present

Job Press Coordinator at Universal Television

Industry Entertainment

Universal Television   September 2015 - Present
Relativity Media  June 2014 - August 2015
Paramount Pictures  February 2014 - June 2014
Chapman University  January 2012 - January 2014
A+E Networks  June 2013 - August 2013
The Mark Gordon Company  May 2012 - December 2012
BermanBraun  August 2012 - November 2012

Television, Script Coverage, Mac, Screenwriting, Avid Media Composer, Avid, Research, Final Cut Pro, FileMaker, Outlook, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Desk Coverage, Avid Editing Software, Pro Tools Sound Design, QuickBooks, Movie Magic Budgeting, Movie Magic, Final Draft

Chapman University   2010 — 2014
Television and Broadcast Journalism, Television Producing, 3.892

Scuola Lorenzo de Medici   2013 — 2013
Study Abroad - Fall 2013

Jenny GarfinkleJenny GarfinkleSan Francisco Bay AreaDetails

Jenny Garfinkle's Universal Television Experience 1999 - 2001


Industry Arts and Crafts

Givesurance, San Francisco   May 2014 - 2014
Miami Ad School, San Francisco  January 2012 - August 2013
Virgin America  April 2008 - January 2010
Beau Bonneau Casting/SF Casting Network   2006 - 2007
Lieberman Productions  2004 - 2006
Independent Contract  2004 - 2005
NBC Studios  2004 - 2004
Universal Television   1999 - 2001

Social Media, Film Production, Mac OS X, Office Administration, Microsoft Office, Auditions, Script Supervision, Coordinating Events, Travel Planning, Talent Scouting, Talent Booking, Talent Management, Hospitality, Restaurant Management, Catering, Event Management, Real People Casting, Actor Casting, Marketing, Commercials, OS X, Casting, Event Planning, Photography, Film, Social Media Marketing, Advertising, Carpentry, Bedroom Furniture, Copywriting, Creative Direction, Creative Strategy, Digital Media, Editing

Arizona State University   1993 — 1997
Communication and Media Studies

Acalanes High School   1989 — 1993
Diploma, College Prep

Taja PerkinsTaja PerkinsLos Angeles, CaliforniaDetails

Taja Perkins's Universal Television Experience July 2015 - Present

Job Post Production Supervisor at Universal Television

Industry Entertainment

Universal Television   July 2015 - Present
Amazon Studios  February 2015 - Present
SundanceTV  September 2014 - February 2015
CBS Television Studios  February 2014 - September 2014
NBCUniversal, Inc.   November 2013 - February 2014
NBCUniversal, Inc.   July 2013 - November 2013
Sony Pictures Entertainment  October 2012 - May 2013
Sony Pictures Entertainment  May 2011 - October 2012
NBCUniversal  October 2011 - February 2012
Sony Pictures Entertainment  April 2011 - September 2011

Film Production, Final Draft, Film, Screenwriting, Short Films, Television, Post Production

Boston University   2006 — 2010
BS, Film and Television

Boston University-College of Communications   2006 — 2010
Bachelor of Science, Film and Television

Cameron DeringCameron DeringGreater Los Angeles AreaDetails

Cameron Dering's Universal Television Experience April 2014 - March 2015

Job Production Assistant at The Voice (NBC) and Guys Choice Awards (Spike)

Industry Broadcast Media

Viacom  March 2015 - Present
FinnMax  May 2014 - Present
Viacom  April 2015 - April 2015
Radio Disney  April 2015 - April 2015
Dick Clark Productions  November 2014 - April 2015
fyi, Network  March 2015 - March 2015
High Noon Entertainment  March 2015 - March 2015
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences  January 2015 - March 2015
Universal Television   April 2014 - March 2015
Dick Clark Productions  January 2015 - January 2015

Social Media, Blogging, Press Releases, Publicity, WordPress, News Writing, AP Style, Microsoft Suites, Adobe Creative Suite, WiX, Weebly, Tumblr, Google Analytics, Qualtrics, Prezi, iMovie, Salesforce.com, Yammer, Feature Writing, Profile Writing, Multi-media Storytelling, Copyediting, Content Editing, Fact Checking, Computer-assisted..., Interviewing, Legal Writing, Competition Analysis, Survey Research, Market Research, Legal Research, Production Support, Script Editing

The College of New Jersey   2009 — 2013
Bachelor of Arts, Journalism & Professional Writing

The American University of Rome
Spring 2012 Semester Abroad

Point Pleasant Beach High School   2005 — 2009
Graduated Salutatorian

Yalda SharifYalda SharifSanta Monica, CaliforniaDetails

Yalda Sharif's Universal Television Experience June 2015 - Present

Job Attorney, Entertainment Law

Industry Entertainment

Universal Television   June 2015 - Present
Viacom  November 2007 - March 2015
NBCUniversal, Inc.   June 2004 - November 2007

Licensing, Entertainment Law, Intellectual Property, Copyright Law, Trademarks, Entertainment, Corporate Law, Legal Writing, Privacy Law, Digital Distribution, Legal Research, New Media, Business Affairs

Pepperdine University School of Law
Doctor of Law (JD)

Sarah SwinneySarah SwinneyLos Angeles, CaliforniaDetails

Sarah Swinney's Universal Television Experience June 2014 - June 2014

Job Copywriter Specialist at Nordstromrack.com | HauteLook, a Nordstrom Company

Industry Writing and Editing

Nordstromrack.com HauteLook, a Nordstrom Company   December 2014 - Present
Creative Confusion: A Writing Agency   August 2014 - December 2014
MaroonBikes   October 2011 - July 2014
Universal Television   June 2014 - June 2014
NBC DFW   May 2012 - August 2012
Storage Wars: Texas   May 2012 - August 2012

Marketing, Public Speaking, Writing, Journalism, Fashion Writing, Photography, Social Media, Non-profit Leadership, Photoshop, InDesign, Editorial Process, Blogging, Retail, Customer Service, Event Planning, Marketing Communications, Public Relations

Texas A&M University   2010 — 2014
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Telecommunication and Media Studies

Brijetta Hall WallerBrijetta Hall WallerMadison, WisconsinDetails
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Universal Television is a production company which co-produced on Magnum P.I., with CBS Studios and Davis Entertainment.


Revue Studios[]

Revue Productions (also known as Revue Studios) was founded in 1943 by MCA to produce live radio shows and also produced "Stage Door Canteen" live events for the USO during World War II. Revue was re-launched as MCA's television production subsidiary in 1950. The partnership of NBC and Revue extends as far back as September 6, 1950, with the television broadcast of Armour Theatre, based on radio's Stars Over Hollywood. MCA bought the Universal Studios lot in 1958 and was renamed Revue Studios. Following its merger with Decca Records, the then-parent of Universal Pictures, the studio backlot name was changed back to Universal. In 1964, MCA formed Universal City Studios to merge the Motion Picture and Television arms of both Universal Pictures and Revue Productions, and Revue was officially renamed Universal Television in 1966.

During the early years of television, Revue was responsible for producing and/or distributing many television classics. The most noteworthy included Leave It to Beaver, which ran for only one season on CBS before going to ABC from 1958 until 1963. In addition, Revue also made Alan Hale, Jr.'s Biff Baker, U.S.A. (1952–1953) and all three of Rod Cameron's syndicated series, City Detective (1953–1955), State Trooper (1956–1959), and COronado 9 (1960–1961) and the Bill Williams western series, The Adventures of Kit Carson (1951–1955). It produced Bachelor Father (1957–1962), for "Bachelor Productions", Edmond O'Brien's syndicated crime drama Johnny Midnight, based on a fictitious New York City actor-turned-private detective. Another of its offerings was the 52-episode Crusader, the first Brian Keith series, which ran on CBS 1955–1956. Another western produced by Revue and starring Audie Murphy was Whispering Smith (NBC, 1959/61), based on the 1948 Alan Ladd movie of the same name. Also McHale's Navy was produced by Revue from 1962 to 1966.

In December 1958 MCA/Revue purchased Universal Studios's 367 acre backlot to produce television series, then leased it back to Universal for a million dollars a year for a decade.

Revue also produced later seasons of The Jack Benny Program for CBS and NBC and in co-operation with Jack Benny's J and M productions CheckmateGeneral Electric Theaterand Alfred Hitchcock Presents for CBS, Studio 57 for DuMont, and westerns such as Tales of Wells FargoThe Restless Gun and Laramie for NBC, as well as Wagon Train for NBC and ABC, and the first two seasons of NBC's The Virginian, based on a film released originally by Paramount Pictures, whose pre-1950 theatrical sound feature film library was sold to MCA in 1957. Wagon Train was the only Revue-produced TV show ever to finish an American television season in first place.

NBC Productions[]

NBC Productions was founded in 1947 by RCA (NBC's former parent company). In 1996, the company was renamed NBC Studios. In 2004, NBC Studios was merged with Universal Network Television to form NBC Universal Television Studio.

MCA Television[]

MCA TV (also known as MCA Television Enterprises) was founded in 1951, several years before parent MCA's purchase of the US branch of Decca Records (in 1959) and Universal Pictures (in 1962). For more than four decades, it was one of the most active syndicators of television programming. During the 1980s, it distributed both off-network reruns of shows like Kate & Allie and Gimme a Break!, as well as original syndication product like the animated action series Bionic Six (co-produced with TMS Entertainment), The Morton Downey Jr. Show (taped at then-MCA owned WWOR-TV in Secaucus, NJ), The Munsters Today (a revival of the classic Universal sitcom), and Pictionary, based on the popular board game.

MCA Television attempted several branded TV packages in 1985 to 2001 including an ad-hoc film network, a broadcast network and a few syndicated programming blocks. The company launched the Universal Pictures Debut Network, an ad-hoc film network with plans to launch in two stages beginning in September 1985. MCA TV and Paramount Domestic Television had formed Premier Advertiser Sales, a joint venture created for the sale of advertising for their existing syndicated programs in September 1989. As a possible outgrowth of this sales joint venture, MCA and Paramount began plans for a new network, Premier Program Service. When Premier Program Service halted, MCA teamed up with Chris-Craft TV for a syndicated programming block, Hollywood Premiere Network, that only lasted for the 1990-1991 season. The Universal Family Network syndicated programming block was launched by the company in the fall of 1993 with a single weekly half hour show, Exosquad, as a counter to The Disney Afternoon.

In 1996 MCA TV was renamed to Universal Television Enterprises; at this time they also assumed production and distribution of several daytime talk shows previously produced by Multimedia Entertainment (which Universal had acquired), including The Jerry Springer Show.

MCA Television Entertainment (commonly known as MTE) was formed in 1987. It primarily dealt with made-for-TV movies and series like Dream On that were made for cable networks like HBO. Like MCA TV, in 1996 it was renamed Universal Television Entertainment.

EMKA, Ltd. is the holding company responsible for a majority of the pre-1950 Paramount Pictures sound library. As an official part of the Universal Pictures library, they are part of the company's television unit, Universal Television.

Universal Television[]

The first incarnation of Universal Television was reincorporated from Revue Productions in 1966, 4 years after MCA bought Universal Pictures and its then-current parent Decca Records. Among their many contributions to television programming included production of the first motion picture made exclusively for television (See How They Run from 1964), the first series with revolving stars (Name of the Game from 1968), the first rotating series with an umbrella title (1969's The Bold Ones) and the first two-part television movie (Vanished from 1971). Uni TV (also commonly known as MCA/Universal) also co-produced many shows with Jack Webb's Mark VII Limited such as Emergency!Adam-12 and a revival of the 1951 series Dragnet. During the 1970s and 1980s, Uni TV produced shows such as BarettaThe Rockford FilesMurder, She WroteMiami ViceBattlestar GalacticaBuck Rogers in the 25th Century (TV series)Knight RiderThe A-TeamSimon & Simon and Magnum, P.I., which received critical acclaim and several TV movie spin-offs after their cancellations.

In 1990, MCA/Uni TV began the Law & Order franchise. In 1996, MCA was reincorporated as Universal Studios. Around the same time, Universal was acquired by Joseph A. Seagram and Sons and later acquired the USA Networks and Multimedia Entertainment. In 1997, after the breakup of the United International Pictures TV arm. the company formed Universal Worldwide Television. In 1998, Universal sold off its USA Networks and Universal Television to Barry Diller and renamed it Studios USA.

In 1999, Seagram bought PolyGram, which included PolyGram Television and the post-1996 film library (plus some of the pre-1996 films). The deal closed in 2000 and quickly adapted PolyGram to the Universal name. Vivendi Universal acquired Studios USA and made Diller as CEO of VU Entertainment fully reforming Universal Television.

On August 2, 2004, GE formed NBC Universal Television.

In 2018, Universal Television and CBS Television Studios started co-producing the series Magnum P.I. for CBS along with FBI.

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Universal Television



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Revue Studios (first known as "Revue Productions, Inc.") was founded in 1943 by MCA when they originally produced live shows. The partnership of NBC and Revue extends as far back as September 6, 1950, with the television broadcast of Armour Theatre, based on the radio show Stars Over Hollywood. The company was renamed "Revue Studios" after MCA purchased the Universal Studios lot in 1958. Then in 1962, following the acquisition of Decca Records, who owned Universal-International Pictures at the time, Revue was renamed as "Universal Television".

Universal Television has its roots going back to 1947 when they entered the television market via United World Films. But after very little success, they shifted into producing TV commercials under Universal International Television, with the United World Name being renamed Universal Television by 1956. The current company of Universal Television was formed in 1962 after MCA bought Decca Records, who was also the owner of Universal-International Pictures and renamed MCA's television production company Revue Studios to the then-current name. They co-produced many shows with Jack Webb's Mark VII Limited such as Adam-12 and a revival of the 1951 series Dragnet in 1967. In 1988, Universal Television and MCA TV formed a sub-division known as MCA Television Entertainment (or "MTE").. In 1990, Uni TV began the Law & Order franchise. The same year, Universal was acquired by the electronics company Mastushita Electric Industrial Co. Ltd. (now "Panasonic Corporation"). In 1995, Universal was acquired by Joseph A. Seagram and Sons and later acquired the USA Networks. In 1996, MCA was reincorporated as "Universal Studios" and acquired Multimedia Entertainment from Gannett, Inc., and Universal Television's distribution arm, MCA TV, as well as its sub-division, MTE were renamed to Universal Television Enterprises and Universal Television Entertainment respectively. In 1997, Universal sold off its USA Networks and Universal Television to HSN Inc. (a company owned by Barry Diller), who renamed it to Studios USA. In 1998, the breakup of United International Pictures' TV arm led to Universal reforming its own international television distributor, Universal Worldwide Television. It handled international distribution of Studios USA shows, while Studios USA handled domestic distribution of Universal's own library. In 1998, Seagram bought PolyGram Filmed Entertainment, which included PolyGram Television. The deal closed in 1999, and the name PolyGram was soon scrubbed and replaced with the Universal name. However in 1999, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios used its debt to acquire most of the pre-1996 films (1,300 titles) by PolyGram from Seagram. In 2001, Vivendi Universal acquired USA Networks and made Diller as CEO of VU Entertainment fully reforming Universal Television. On May 12, 2004, General Electric (GE) acquired 80% of Universal Studios and merged the studio with NBC to form "NBC Universal, Inc." (now "NBCUniversal, LLC") and merged the two television companies to form "NBC Universal Television" (now "NBCUniversal Television"). However, the company decided to keep the NBC and Universal Television names in the end credits from any series by NBC or Universal. On September 12, 2011, the name "Universal Television" was reinstated, replacing the name "Universal Media Studios".

Revue Studios

1st Logo (August 11, 1951-1953)

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Nicknames: "Rotating Camera", "Turning Camera", "Revue Camera", "Camera of Doom"

Logo: We zoom in on a shot of a TV camera, which turns sideways, revealing the phrase "A REVUE PRODUCTION" (in a Futura font) inscribed onto the camera base. Then it later fades to the MCA-TV "Filmreel" logo.

FX/SFX: The rotation of the TV camera, all done in live action.

Music/Sounds: A dramatic 1940s-esque horn fanfare.

Availability: Extremely rare, as the "Filmreel" is long gone. This has appeared for a short time on some episodes of The Adventures of Kit Carson, among a few others.

Editor's Note: The music will probably be a problem with many viewers. The camera zoom-in and it turning can also give someone the shakes.

2nd Logo (1953-1957)

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Logo: Over a light shaded background, we see the phrase "Produced by REVUE In Hollywood". The word "REVUE" is taller than the rest of the words, and appears in a very slim, 3-dimensional state. The angle is on the right, looking downward, with a bit of a shadow behind the letters. The remainder of the logo features the other words in a fancy cursive font.


  • This logo is shared with the MCA TV "Filmreel" logo on several TV shows.
  • On Tales of Wells Fargo, the logo is superimposed into the background and the word "REVUE" is in 2D.

FX/SFX: None.

Music/Sounds: None or the closing theme of the show.

Availability: Uncommon, though a variant of sorts can be found on first season episodes of Alfred Hitchcock Presents on Antenna TV and on DVD, as well as the pilot episode of Leave It to Beaver on TV Land, Antenna TV, and DVD, and The Adventures of Kit Carson on DVD.

Editor's Note: None.

3rd Logo (1957-1958)

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Logo: An in-credit version of the previous logo, but the text is in Franklin Gothic and reads "filmed at revue in Hollywood" with "revue" in bold lettering:

filmed at

in Hollywood

The MCA Arrowhead above it is located near the logo.


  • "Exclusive Representatives" was later changed to "exclusive distributor" on the MCA-TV logo.
  • Sometimes the phrase "IN ASSOCIATION WITH" is seen above the arrowhead.
  • At other times, it would say "produced by revue in Hollywood".

FX/SFX: Scrolling of the credits or superimposed.

Music/Sounds: Just the end title theme from any show.

Availability: Common.

  • It's seen on almost the entire 1st season and a few early episodes of the 2nd season of Leave It to Beaver on Me-TV, Antenna TV and DVD.
  • It also appears on the first season of Wagon Train on Encore Westerns and 1957-1958 episodes of Alfred Hitchcock Presents on Antenna TV and Bachelor Father.

Editor's Note: None.

4th Logo (1958-1963)

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Nickname: "The Filmstrips"

Logo: Two filmstrip-like lines with letters (the top one being black and the bottom one being gray move in opposite directions of each other, with the top line going left and the bottom line going right. To the tune of their 5-note fanfare, five letters stack horizontally together, unevenly, spelling the name "revue". Then the rest of the letters move away, bringing in a white-outlined rounded rectangle shape (kind of similar to the Warner Bros. \\' logo). Then the inside turns into a dark gray color under the black and gray blocks of letters, with the phrases "filmed in hollywood at" above the blocks, "studios" below them, and "MCA-TV EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTOR" under the shape appearing with it. The MCA byline, which was actually underneath the logo, was usually accompanied by its own union bug, which was a small globe with the words MCA over it.

This logo also appears in series credits. Sometimes, just the name appears just as its predecessor logo has done before.


  • The letters featured on the lines are the following:
    • Top Right: xazcnaqurpemscvxuozserncv
    • Left: azcvrzsnoxureaocvucxozrsx
  • The top of the row also spells "revue": xazcnaqurpemscvxuozserncv


  • This logo appeared in quite a few lengths. There is a long version that features the full-length version of the fanfare. Some shows, such as those produced in association with Kayro Productions, feature an abridged version of the logo that starts with the TV tube zooming out and a shortened fanfare. There are also several versions of this logo used for co-productions, such as for Kayro shows, JaMco Productions, Hubbell-Robinson Productions, Top Gun Productions, and Shamley Productions; those feature the company name alongside a smaller version of the Revue logo.
  • In 1962, a color version was introduced. The regular logo now takes place on a wallflower-type background with 60s star designs in orange, similar to the 1st logo of Universal Television. The filmstrips on the top are orange and those on the bottom are teal. The animation is the same, but the television tube inside later turns ivory instead of black.
  • Another variation existed with the blocks blinking, which later fades to the co-producer's card. This version is bylineless.
  • Another variation existed with this logo on a light blue background, but the inside is red with a white outline and the "r", "v", and "e" blocks are black and the "e" and "u" ones are blue. The only animation used was the TV tube finishing zooming out and later fading to the 1964 Universal Television logo in color.
  • Early versions have a conjoined Revue/MCA logo, with the Revue logo on the left in a solid-lined TV tube border, and an MCA Arrowhead logo in a dotted-line TV tube connected to it on the right, Venn diagram-style. The usual Revue info is written on the left tube, and "mca tv exclusive distributor" is written on the right tube. The company name in which the show had been co-produced is written above, as usual.
  • One Kayro Productions variant had "Produced by Kayro productions" in a strange font (with "Kayro" in very large letters) and the TV tube containing the Revue logo with no additional text.
  • On season 2 of Leave It to Beaver among other series, it has the words "productions inc." on the Revue logo, which later changed to "studios" in 1959.

FX/SFX: The building block-type animation.

Music/Sounds: A loud but majestic horn fanfare accompanied by a xylophone; this has appeared in quite a few lengths, corresponding with the logo. There were two jingles, a (rarely-heard) long version and a short version both arranged by Stanley Wilson and Juan Garcia Esquivel. The long version has the first note longer and 4 extra notes. The short version has the 1st note shorter and deleted the 4 extra notes.

Music/Sounds Variants:

  • Over the years, some shows have the regular jingle plastered with the 1964 Universal Television theme.
  • The 1962 logo featured a higher-pitched version of the theme.
  • There is a long version that doesn't feature the echo.
  • A high tone variant of the long version also exists.

Availability: Common.

  • It's currently seen on Leave It to Beaver on TV Land, Me-TV, and Antenna TV, S1 of McHale's Navy and Alfred Hitchcock Presents on Antenna TV with the in-credit logos from 1958-1960 and the animation from 1960-1963.
  • The color version is rare and was last seen on the first season episodes of The Virginian on Starz Encore Westerns and Laramie and the other on the color episodes of McHale's Navy. More recently, the color version has been spotted on several color episodes of Laramie on Encore Westerns, followed by the 1960-63 NBC Studios "Snake" logo.

Editor's Note: None.

Final Note: Kayro Productions and Revue Studios formed a partnership by forming Kayro-Vue Productions in 1964.

Universal Studios

1st Logo (1963-1964)

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Nickname: "Blinking Negatives"

Logo: It looks just like the 1962 Revue "Blinking Negatives" logo, without the additional animation. The company name flickers 6 times, during the first 5 bars of the fanfare and makes a stop during the rest of the jingle. The phrase is "filmed at universal city, MCA-TV EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTOR" with a small MCA logo bug next to the distributor's byline (which was outside the logo as always). The color version has a wallflower-type background in red with white '60s-type star designs over it. The filmstrip blocks are red and blue, the background of the tubular border was light blue, and all the block colors revert to black and white over and over. The B&W variation of the logo was the same as the B&W version of the Revue logo, but the only block colors that flicker are the black and white ones.

Variant: On some series such as The Alfred Hitchcock Hour, the logo appears without the MCA byline, and then fades to the co-producer's card.

FX/SFX: The blinking blocks.

Music/Sounds: Same as the 1960 Revue logo theme. A sped-up version of the short 1960 Revue jingle was heard when Hallmark Channel reran The Virginian due to time compressing.

Availability: Rare. The B&W version is seen on season 2 of McHale's Navy, Suspense Theatre, and The Jack Benny Program, as well as season 7 of Wagon Train and season 2 of The Virginian.

Editor's Note: Recycling the same design and animation from the 1962 Revue logo suggests that this was a placeholder before switching to the globe the following year.

2nd Logo (February 1964-April 1969)

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Nicknames: "Zooming Globe", "MCA Globe", "Zooming MCA Globe"

Logo: Like its then-current movie logo, the rotating globe zooms in, along with the two Van Allen radiation belts. The text:



is superimposed simultaneously. The text, in the same font as the then-current movie logo (minus the texture), will usually appear in the normal near-yellow font with a shadow effect, but a bronze/brown or white color appears sometimes. The MCA union bug appears with the byline.

Trivia: The logo was designed and animated by Universal Title, who also designed and animated all of the logos by Universal until 1990 and handled all title and optical effects for all films and Universal Television series.


  • The logo would either appear in color or B&W.
  • On some shows, the MCA byline is not present below the Universal City name. This happens on most co-productions. This is seen on The Munsters from the Kayro-Vue logo. On the short-lived series Pistols 'n' Petticoats, this was seen before the Kayro-UTV in-credit. On The Alfred Hitchcock Hour, this logo is always seen before the Shamley Productions logo.
  • Some shows (mainly those produced by Jack Webb's Mark VII, like Dragnet) would have a shot over the globe saying "In Association With (UNIVERSAL TELEVISION)" centered in the same font (and sometimes color) used in the closing credits. This text would then fade out, the globe would zoom and appear as usual. This text may or may not be written in all caps.
  • On early Dragnet episodes in '67, the "Universal Television" text was not shown.
  • Some shows would feature this logo after a Revue logo (as seen on McHale's Navy) or a Kayro-Vue logo (as seen on The Munsters). The theme would start on the Kayro-Vue logo and finish on the Universal logo.
  • There is a variant that says "A UNIVERSAL PRODUCTION" or "A UNIVERSAL PRESENTATION", in the same style (but not in the same font) as the then-current movie logo. This was usually only seen on made-for-TV movies and TV pilots and was seen from 1966-1969.
  • On the short-lived show Court Martial, the text reads "FROM THE STUDIOS OF UNIVERSAL CITY".

FX/SFX: The zooming in of the globe with the text fading in.


  • 1964-1965: Same as above.
  • 1965-1967: A re-arranged version of the two previous jingles, done by Jack Marshall.
  • September 14, 1967-1969: Another long version by Marshall.

Music/Sounds Variants:

  • From September 17, 1966-1967, a short version of the first Marshall theme was sometimes used. Played on some made-for-TV movies through the 1967-68 season, including the first Columbo movie Prescription: Murder.
  • A short version of the 1967 theme was used in 1967-1968.
  • From 1968-1969, another re-arranged short version was done by Marshall. There is a warped version of this theme that was heard on The Virginian due to time compressing when it was aired on Hallmark Channel years ago.
  • The opening variant uses the opening theme of the TV movie or it's silent.

Availability: Common. It's seen on seasons 2-4 of McHale's Navy, It Takes a Thief, and Adam-12, Dragnet, season 1 and first half season 2 of Ironside, and season 3 and beyond of The Virginian, as unlikeothercompanies, Universal's past logos are kept quite well.

Editor's Note: A classic combination of using the globe with the Revue/Universal themes.

3rd Logo (January 1969-1973)

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Nicknames: "Zooming Globe II", "MCA Globe II", "Zooming MCA Globe II"

Logo: Same as above, but the phrase now appears as:



The entire text is in a different font (which is Eurostile Bold, the same font also used in the opening credits of Ironside), compared to the previous logo, which Universal's name was all yellow from that point on. The MCA union bug appears with the byline.


  • Just like the last logo, co-productions like those by Mark VII Limited would have the phrase "IN ASSOCIATION WITH UNIVERSAL TELEVISION" in a yellow Compacta BT font.
  • There is also an opening variant that says "A UNIVERSAL STUDIOS PRODUCTION" or for TV movies (especially pilots of TV series) "A UNIVERSAL STUDIOS PRESENTATION", in the same style (but not in the same font) as the then-current movie logo. This was seen only on made-for-TV movies from 1969-1973, such as the pilot movie of Marcus Welby, M.D., entitled "A Matter of Humanities," originally broadcast on ABC March 26, 1969, but filmed in December of 1968. This is saved on the recent DVD release of Welby.

FX/SFX: Same as the 2nd logo.

Music/Sounds: Same as the 2nd logo.

Availability: Pretty common. Should be saved on any Universal show of the era such as It Takes a Thief, S2 of Adam-12, and the final season of Dragnet '67, as well as the second half of season 2 and seasons 3 and 4 of Ironside among others, as well as the 1st season of Marcus Welby, M.D.

Editor's Note: Same as the 2nd logo.

4th Logo (September 1970-April 1971)

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Nicknames: "Zooming Globe III", "MCA Globe III", "Zooming MCA Globe III"

Logo: Same as above, but the text now reads:



Trivia: This logo variation was initially made for on-location series and TV movies such as McCloud.

Variants: This logo features two other variations, both of which feature the MCA globe bug along the company byline.:

  • As early as 1971, it uses the phrase "FROM UNIVERSAL CITY, CALIFORNIA, UNIVERSAL STUDIOS".
  • Same as above on shows co-produced by Mark VII Limited, the "IAW" version is seen.

FX/SFX: Same as the 2nd logo.


  • The same theme from the last logo.
  • Later on, it was a re-arranged and shortened jingle with ten notes by Pete Rugolo.

Availability: Rare, as it only used for 8 months, but it's still saved on any Universal series during this era, such as Marcus Welby, M.D., Adam-12, Columbo, and Night Gallery, as well as the final season of The Virginian and the 1st season of Alias Smith and Jones. It's also seen on the final season of It Takes a Thief.

Editor's Note: Same as the 2nd logo.

5th Logo (September 1971-December 8, 1973)

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Nicknames: "Universal Globe", "MCA Globe IV", "Still Zooming Globe"

Logo: This time, the globe is just a still picture. The shortened text fades in, in the same yellow bold font from the logo above:



Variants: This one has four other variations:

  • January 31, 1973?: The text "UNIVERSAL CITY, CALIF." was added below the "UNIVERSAL STUDIOS" text.
  • On Season 4 of Emergency, there is in-credit text that reads:


...all sporting the MCA union bug alongside the said company byline. Was only referred to as "IN ASSOCIATION WITH UNIVERSAL STUDIOS. MCA-TV EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTOR" during the 1971-72 season (the logo's first).

FX/SFX: Just the text fading in.

Music/Sounds: Changed depending on the year, all arranged by Quincy Jones.

  • 1971-1972: Composed on strings, doesn't lean on Wilson/Esquivel, Marshall, or Rugolo's versions.
  • 1972-1973: A bit slower than the first, composed on horns.
  • September 26, 1973: Another slow theme using horns.

Availability: Uncommon.

  • It's seen on Adam-12 starting from S4 and S1 of Kojak.
  • This variant also plastered the 3rd logo on a 1968 episode of Ironside on a Me-TV rerun.
  • It's seen on many early episodes of Columbo.
  • The "Universal City" variant is extremely rare as it used during the last 3 months of this logo, but should be reserved on a few season 3 episodes of Emergency.

Editor's Note: Same as the 2nd logo, though it's disappointing that the globe was downgraded to a still image.

Universal Television

1st Logo (October 7, 1973-April 30, 1975)

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Nicknames: "Universal Globe II", "MCA Globe V", "Still Zooming Globe II"

Logo: Same backdrop as the previous logo, but the phrase was shortened again to...



This time, "UNIVERSAL" is in the same font as used in that era's movie logo and also appears textured (in fact, this looks like a still of the 1963-1990 movie logo, with MCA information added in afterwards). The MCA byline is also the same, although the position is a bit shifted to the right due to the MCA union bug's appearance with the byline, and the byline may be shifted closer up in some appearances. The MCA globe bug is bigger than the recent and is seen to the left of its respective byline. The top text line sometimes reads "AND" or "IN ASSOCIATION WITH".

FX/SFX: Only the text above and the byline below fading in. The "UNIVERSAL" name was only still. Although on one late season 5 episode of Marcus Welby, M.D., the entire logo fades out as opposed to cutting out.


  • 1973-1974: Same as the 6th logo from September 1973.
  • 1974-1975: Two more re-arranged jingles done by Quincy Jones. These arrangements vary upon years.
  • 1974: A rearranged theme almost the same as the 1973 version.

Music/Sounds Variants:

  • Series like Switch and Ironside among others would have different variants.
  • 2-part syndication edits of double-length season 1 episodes of The Rockford Files use the 1978-1980 Universal jingle. This is the case with "Backlash of the Hunter" (the original pilot movie) and "This Case Is Closed."

Availability: Uncommon.

  • Can be seen on UFO. It was also seen on Kolchak: The Night Stalker and Marcus Welby, M.D. It's also seen on late season 1 and season 2 of Kojak, late season 6 and the final season of Adam-12, late season 3 to season 4 of Columbo, and season 1 of The Rockford Files, as well as the 1st season of Baretta.
  • This is also seen on season 4 episodes of Emergency! (though newer print reruns of season 3 inexplicably seemed to use the 5th logo), as well the final season and a half of Ironside and the 1st 2 seasons of The Six Million Dollar Man.

Editor's Note: Same as the 5th logo.

2nd Logo (September 14, 1975-October 29, 1991)

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Nicknames: "Universal Globe III", "Globe from/of Hell/Doom", "MCA Globe VI", "Still Zooming Globe III"

Logo: Same as the 6th logo, but with a few differences from the previous logo:

  • The font color seems to be mainly white, ivory, or yellow (though this may be due to film deterioration), while still a bit planetary.
  • The "UNIVERSAL" font is different from the movie version, and is much skinnier and stretched out.
  • The MCA globe bug common with previous logos is no longer included with the logo (as it was moved to the copyright notice on the ending credits).
  • On the "ANMCACOMPANY" byline, "MCA" seems to be taller the rest of the other letters.

The top text line had the same "FROM", "AND" and "IN ASSOCIATION WITH" lines centered in from previous logos. On The A-Team, it used the "FROM" top line and added the word "AND" (which later turned green starting in the 1984-1985 season) below the MCA byline. This was done to present the Stephen J. Cannell logo that followed it.


  • There is also an opening variant where the globe is animated like in the movie logo, but before the globe finishes zooming, the word "UNIVERSAL" fades in over the globe. A second later, the byline,"ANMCACOMPANY" appears under "UNIVERSAL". That has appeared at the beginning of few TV movies from that time such as the 1979 TV movie, The Seekers.
  • On the 1991 TV movie Keeping Secrets, the logo fades out instead of cutting out.
  • On the first 2 seasons of The A-Team, starting with the season 1 episode "A Small and Deadly War", there is a "wipe" effect that brings forth the Cannell logo. The later seasons replaced it with a straight fade.
  • On Still the Beaver, the entire logo just fades in as it's just a still image.
  • On the Magnum P.I. finale in 1988, the Universal TV logo is shown on a TV in the Masters mansion. The TV is turned off once the logo finishes.

FX/SFX: Just the entire text fading in.

Music/Sounds: A new 5-note fanfare that retains the first four elements of the classic Revue theme but does not feature the 9-note trademark fanfare used since the Revue days (this new version sounds like a variation of "Happy Birthday to You"). There are many versions of this jingle, with the orchestration changing with each rendition. All were arranged by Robert Prince.

  • 1975-1976: The first theme uses a timpani roll mixed underneath the fanfare. The first notes are on horns with orchestration on the final note, maintained on all other themes.
  • 1976-1978: A second version of the fanfare, using a bass drum roll on the final note.
  • 1977-1981: A third version of the fanfare.
  • 1980-1982: A much slower version that has an elevator-like sound on the first note, possibly produced by a vibraphone. Simon & Simon used this until 1982.
  • 1981-1982, October 6, 1985, 1987-1990: Another slower version. Charles In Charge used it from 1987-1990, albeit abridged.
  • 1982-July 27, 1989: Another version, using an ascending/descending electronic tune played on a keyboard (almost sounds like a flute) mixed under the theme played by a brass. Though most shows dropped it by 1986, it was used sometimes on Magnum P.I. in 1988, Simon & Simon, and Coming of Age until 1989.
  • Late 1986-1991: Final versions of the theme, with a different keyboard sound. Miami Vice first used it in late 1986, other shows didn't use it until 1987.

Music/Sounds Variants:

  • Sometimes, there's also a variant of the 1975 theme where the drum roll finishes abruptly.
  • Low-tone variants of the 1980, 1982, and 1986 themes were used. Starting on season 2 of Charles in Charge in 1987, an abridged 1981 theme was used.
  • On parts 2-4 of the 4-part miniseries Masada, it uses one final Universal variant based on the end-title theme. Composed and conducted by Mort Stevens.
  • An abridged, low tone version of 1982 theme was used starting on season 1, episode 3 of Charles in Charge.
  • On the series Still the Beaver, a quicker version of the theme was used, composed on what sounds like an organ.
  • Some shows used abridged and warp-speed versions of the 1986 theme. In exceptional cases, mainly on TV movies, it used only the closing theme of the show. Although this also happened on at a final season episode of Marcus Welby, M.D. called "The Covenant."
  • On HD releases of season 4 episodes of Airwolf, this oddly plasters the MCA Television logo, while retaining the latter's theme.
  • On the DVD print of the Murder, She Wrote TV movie South by Southwest, it uses the 1991 logo music from the 9th logo. It's probably because of an editing mistake. Overseas airings use the logo as well.
  • On the opening variant and on the TV movie It Happened One Christmas, it's silent.

Availability: Common.

  • It's currently seen on The A-Team, Miami Vice, season 1 to early season 8 of Murder, She Wrote, season 5-early season 10 of Columbo, seasons 2-6 of The Rockford Files, seasons 3-5 of Kojak, and the 1st season of Quantum Leap, and on the 7th and final season of Marcus Welby, M.D. It's also seen on Knight Rider, Airwolf and season 1 to early season 4 of Coach.
  • It's also seen on DVD releases such as Charles in Charge (starting with season 3), The A-Team, Knight Rider, seasons 3-5 of Kojak, Miami Vice (international Universal DVD prints, as well as Mill Creek releases), and the first three seasons of Coach, among others.
  • It's not seen on local reruns of season 1 episodes of Law & Order because it's been replaced by the 2011 NBCUniversal Television Distribution logo. However, the Netflix, Amazon Prime and On Demand prints plaster it with the 2004 NBC Universal Television Studio logo, except on the episode "Out of the Half-Light", where the logo is retained in widescreen. However, it is still preserved on the DVD release of the 1st season of said show.
  • It's also not seen on the complete series of Baa Baa Black Sheep (a.k.a. Black Sheep Squadron) because it's been plastered by the 1998 Universal Worldwide Television logo.
  • One of its last appearances was on the Murder, She Wrote S8 episode "Thicker Than Water". Season 1 episodes of The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries (The Hardy Boys in its 3rd and final season) on Netflix have this logo inexplicably cut off while seasons 2-3 retain this logo.
  • Due to an editing mistake, the DVD print of the Murder, She Wrote TV movie South by Southwest uses this logo. Other prints including the original CBS airings use the 4th Universal TV logo instead.

Editor's Note: Same as the 5th logo, but there are some bits that made it notorious among some viewers with the more dramatic logo themes and the less friendly-looking typeface on the logo contributing to it.

3rd Logo (1987-1991)

Nicknames: "MCA Globe VII", "Almost Still Zooming Globe"

Logo: Just the end of the 1973 Universal Pictures logo used in place of the TV logo.

FX/SFX: The rotating globe.

Music/Sounds: None.

Availability: Extinct. Was seen on the '80s syndicated series The Woody Woodpecker Show, which was co-produced and distributed by The Program Exchange.

Editor's Note: It's the 1973 movie logo on television. Not much to say.

4th Logo (September 16, 1991-July 12, 1997, 1998, 2000)

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Nicknames: "CGI Globe", "MCA Globe VIII", "CGI MCA Globe", "90s Globe", "90s MCA Globe", "CGI '90s MCA Globe"

Logo: It's nearly the same as its 1991 motion picture counterpart, but with a few differences:

  • The animation seems to be a tad cheaper than the movie logo. Whereas that logo featured shiny gold lettering for "UNIVERSAL" in Copperplate Gothic Bold, a detailed globe model (which were both models filmed with motion control), and an impressive-looking starfield, the TV version features a gradient "texture" on "UNIVERSAL", and a slightly less detailed globe (which are both in CGI), and starfield. Also, there is no flash at the beginning as well and the MCA byline is white.
  • "TELEVISION" appears in white, and spaced out to fit the width of "UNIVERSAL".
  • Like previous logos, "IN ASSOCIATION WITH" usually appears in white centered above all other text.

Trivia: This logo is based on the print movie artwork logo designed by Glen Wexler.


  • This logo was made in two versions: a filmed version, and a videotaped version. The filmed version was more prominent at first, as most of Universal's shows were still shot primarily on film, but changed to the videotaped version as time progressed. The filmed version isn't as crisp as the taped version and features that unfortunate effect known as "Film-O-Vision" and the MCA byline is shifted up a little.
  • On some shows, one of the two alternate variations of the company's phrase fades in above the Universal name, followed by the MCA byline.
  • Since then, during the 1996-1997 season, the logo became bylineless, in observance to the studio's acquisition by Seagram and Sons and MCA, Inc. was reincorporated into Universal Studios during that time. Also, the "®" symbol has shifted up on the top right end of "UNIVERSAL", though Spy Game kept the byline thru July on the first 9 episodes. The 1994 MCA TV logo and the 1994 Multimedia Entertainment logo were replaced with the 1990-1997 Universal Pictures logo, which was also bylineless.
  • On some shows such as Sliders, American Gothic, and M.A.N.T.I.S. (excluding the pilot episode), there was a still version of the logo, but "IN ASSOCIATION WITH" has been replaced by a small black rectangular box with "DISTRIBUTED THROUGH" in it at the top of the globe. Plus, the starfield background is stretched more vertically.
  • A French version of the variant above with "DISTRIBUE PAR" appears on the French dubbing of American Gothic.
  • This logo was shown on the left alongside with the 1992 Warner Bros. Television logo on the right, as seen on Family Dog.
  • On The Rockford Files TV movie "Friends and Foul Play", the logo is slowed down, but the music still plays normally.
  • For shows by Action Pack, this logo has "PRESENTS" replacing "TELEVISION". Plus, it fades in after the logo forms instead of sliding in with "UNIVERSAL". On S8 and some S9 episodes of Murder, She Wrote, as well as the unaired TV pilot of Darkman: The Series and some S9 episodes of Coach, the text "IN ASSOCIATION WITH" isn't displayed above the logo.
  • On some French-dubbed shows such as New York Undercover, "EN ASSOCIATION AVEC" appears on a blue bar.
  • A rare German version of the bylineless variant, where the globe is oriented towards Europe and Africa, and the texts "Eine Produktion von" and "und das redaktionsbüro" exists.

FX/SFX: The CGI of the rotating globe and the name.

Music/Sounds: A majestic French horn fanfare, based on Universal's long version of its 1990 jingle. A low tone was also included starting in 1991 on Quantum Leap. All composed by James Horner.

Music/Sounds Variants:

  • In other cases, the ending theme of the show or generic network music (as on NBC and CBS starting in 1994) is used.
  • On the first four season 2 episodes of Law & Order, it uses the late 1986 logo theme from the previous logo.
  • On the un-aired TV pilot of Darkman: The Series, it's mostly silent.
  • On The Hub airings of Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, the first couple seconds of the opening theme from Action Pack is heard on the "PRESENTS" variant of the logo.

Availability: Fairly common. With most Universal logos, they are usually retained on any repeat broadcasts.

  • Recent local reruns of a few season 3 episodes of Law & Order have this logo plastered with the 2011 NBCUniversal Television Distribution logo. However, it was used in tandem with the 8th logo until a month later after it debuted.
  • Was seen on seasons 2-7 of Law & Order years ago and currently seen seasons 8-12 of Murder, She Wrote beginning with the episode "Lines of Excellence", mid season 4-season 9 of Coach, and was some seasons 2-3 episodes of New York Undercover (sometimes plastered by the next logo below or the Studio USA logo), among others.
  • It is preserved on Universal shows of the period on Hulu.
  • The "PRESENTS" variant of the logo is intact on early seasons of Hercules: The Legendary Journeys.
  • The "Distributed Through" variant can be found at the end of Doctor Who: The Movie, following the early '90s BBC Worldwide logo.
  • Also seen on 2nd half season 14-early 1st half season 15 taped episodes of Sally Jessy Raphael and 2nd half season 6-early 1st half season 7 taped episodes of Jerry Springer, replacing the 1994 Multimedia Entertainment logo on Nosey TV. This version was also used on a Sleuth airing of Singapore Sling, a reprint of the 1994 TV movie Children of the Dark, and an old Lifetime Movie Network (LMN) airing of the 1992 TVM Breaking the Silence.
  • Despite the logo ending in 1997, it made a surprise appearance on current HD widescreen prints of the 2000 TV movie Murder She Wrote: A Story to Die For. However, the original CBS airing doesn't have it, while older SD/fullscreen prints have the next logo instead.
  • A Polish airing on the 1993 TV movie Torch Song, plastering over Multimedia Motion Pictures logo.
  • The rare German version is found on a SAT1 airing of Vera Am Mittag.

Editor's Note: It's a decent CGI version of the then-current movie logo.

5th Logo (September 7, 1997-July 23, 2004)

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Nicknames: "CGI Globe II", "CGI Glittering Planet TV", "2000s Globe"

Logo: A near-still shot of the 1997 Universal Pictures logo used in motion pictures (with the globe still rotating and the glow shining). It looks nearly the same, and you can still see a glow from behind it. Text will appear below the logo, as listed below:

  • September 1997-1998: "UNIVERSAL TELEVISION ENTERTAINMENT" (formerly MTE)
  • September 7, 1997-July 18, 1998: "IN ASSOCIATION WITH UNIVERSAL TELEVISION" (seen on co-produced programs from that era)
  • 1997-2000: Like the movie logo, a small copyright "©1997 Universal City Studios Inc." appears at the bottom-right. That variant was used for the first three text variants until 1998 while it was still used for the fourth text variant until 2000.
  • September 29, 1999-July 23, 2004: "www.universalstudios.com"
  • September 27, 2002-May 19, 2004: "(in association with) UNIVERSAL NETWORK TELEVISION, (www.universalstudios.com)"
  • September 2002-2004: "(in association with) UNIVERSAL DOMESTIC TELEVISION, www.universalstudios.com"
  • September 2002-July 17, 2004: "UNIVERSAL TELEVISION DISTRIBUTION, www.universalstudios.com"


  • Sometimes, the logo doesn't feature the URL underneath the globe. Plus, the logo fades in and out.
  • On some TV movies from 1997-1998 such as The Rockford Files TV movie Murder and Misdemeanors, there is a filmed version of the Universal Television version. Plus, the name is already there and is a bit bigger.
  • On season 4 of Hercules: The Legendary Journeys and season 3 of Xena: Warrior Princess, the word "PRESENTS" in spaced-out letters, fades in under the "UNIVERSAL" text. The copyright is intact.
  • Sometimes for Universal Television Enterprises and Universal Worldwide Television and mostly for Universal Television Entertainment, there is a longer version of the logo, starting out with the "UNIVERSAL" name making its way to the front of the globe, and the name appears below the logo after it before the logo finally zooms back to its position before the copyright appears.
  • On the 1999 tv movie Anya's Bell, some episodes of the first two seasons of Monk, as well as widescreen reruns of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Law & Order: Criminal Intent, the tail end of the movie logo, which features the globe zooming back, is shown.
  • On the 2002-2004 variants, the text's shadow is not there.
  • For a short time in late 2001 and early 2002, Universal's TV and movie departments were celebrating the 20th Anniversary of E.T.: The Extra Terrestrial, with a special logo featuring E.T. and Elliot flying across the globe. The TV version's logo is similar to the normal version, except that E.T. and Elliot are flying behind the bold "UNIVERSAL" text, and the words "E.T. 20TH ANNIVERSARY" with "E.T." in its own movie logo font, are featured under the globe.
  • There is also a B&W variant for classic Revue/MCA/Universal shows in B&W.
  • On early S4 episodes of The Steve Harvey Show and Just Shoot Me!, the logo (minus the text and the URL) is seen on the right with the 1995 Brillstein-Grey Entertainment logo on the left inside a white outline box against a gray stone spotlight background.
  • On later episodes of The Steve Harvey Show and Just Shoot Me! since season 4, the logo (minus the text and the URL) is seen on the bottom along with the Brad Grey Television logo above.

FX/SFX: The "fire" behind the globe, the globe rotating, and the name fading in until 2000.

Music/Sounds: A short version of the movie counterpart's theme. On some shows, it's silent. NBC, CBS and ABC used their generic themes. Variations of the theme are listed below. All composed by Jerry Goldsmith.

  • 1997-2000: A longer version of the theme used for Universal Television Entertainment and the longer version of Universal Television Enterprises and Universal Worldwide Television. It was used for the first two until 1998 while it was used for the latter until 2000.
  • 1997-1998: An odd short version only heard on Roar and Sliders.
  • 2002-2004: Another odd short version with four notes.
  • 2003-2004: Final short version using the first three notes playing fast and the last note of the theme.

Music/Sounds Variants:

  • In rare cases, the ending theme of the show/movie plays over it or none.
  • On season 4 of Hercules: The Legendary Journeys and season 3 of Xena: Warrior Princess, the first couple seconds of the opening theme from Action Pack is heard on the "PRESENTS" variant of the logo.
  • One 1996 season 3 episode of New York Undercover on Centric (now BET Her), has the 1991 Universal Television logo theme playing on the Universal Domestic Television logo, due to plastering.
  • On the R2 release of Baa Baa Black Sheep (a.k.a. Black Sheep Squadron): The Complete First Season on DVD, the French audio track has the 1977 logo music playing over the 1998 Universal Worldwide Television logo due to bad plastering.

Availability: Common. Can still be found on most, if not all Universal-produced shows of this time such as the Law & Order franchise (except on Sundance and local reruns), among others. Universal's merger with NBC put an end to this logo in 2004.

  • Especially shown on USA Network, Cloo, WGN America, and local syndication, Sitting Ducks and Maisy, the earliest episodes of House, M.D., and shows on Hulu.
  • It's also seen on season 4 and the final season (except the original Sci-Fi Channel airings) of Sliders. The Universal Television Entertainment logo has appeared on the 1997 TV movie House of Frankenstein.
  • The longer version of the Universal Television Enterprises logo has appeared on some later episodes of Jerry Springer and Sally Jesse Raphael during the 1997-1998 season and the standard version is retained on season 4 on Hercules: The Legendary Journeys when seen on The Hub (later Hub Network, now Discovery Family) and on DVD, season 3 of Xena: Warrior Princess on DVD, and Team Knight Rider on Hulu.
  • The long version of Universal Worldwide Television was seen on reruns of In Search of... from the late '90s.
  • The Brillstein-Grey/Universal (Brad Grey Television/Universal) combo variant is seen on The Steve Harvey Show and Just Shoot Me.
  • The Universal Domestic Television logo is retained on every season 1 to early season 2 episodes of New York Undercover last seen on Centric (now BET Her).
  • The Television Distribution logo can be seen at the end of Leave It to Beaver reruns on MeTV and previously on Antenna TV. The Universal Television Distribution logo also appears on international airings and the MPI Home Video DVD releases of Family Affair (whose non-USA TV distribution rights are held by NBCUniversal) in place of the logos of American distributor CBS Television Distribution and its predecessors. On Horror Channel UK's print of The Incredible Hulk season 2 episode "Wildfire", the version with the website URL plays before the start of the episode, confusingly enough.

Editor's Note: It's just the end bit of the then-current movie logo, which is still fine with good relaxing music and CGI.

6th Logo (September 14-October 2011)

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Nicknames: "CGI Globe III", "Sunburst Globe", "2010s Globe"

Logo: We zoom out from a Western Hemisphere view of a detailed globe with some clouds. As we pan out, a sunburst appears and shines in the northeastern arc of the globe. A bluish/purple starfield with a few nebular clouds appear in the background. The white text "UNIVERSALTELEVISION" (in a sans-serif font called "Folio" and "UNIVERSAL" in bold) without a space between and with an abstract arc above is vertically wiped in front of the Earth globe with a translucent line once we are at a comfortable distance.

FX/SFX: The zoom out of the globe, and the name wiping in., and the globe is spinning to the left.

Music/Sounds: The closing theme of the show or NBC's generic theme with a voice over.

Availability: Extinct.

  • It debuted (as a placeholder) on new season premieres of Parenthood, Community, and The Office, among others before the split-screen credits on network TV.
  • This logo also appears on original prints of The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, and Last Call with Carson Daly. Like the returning series mentioned above, it was also seen on new shows such as Whitney, Up All Night, and the American version of Prime Suspect, among others, all on NBC before the split-screen credits.
  • On-demand prints of new season episodes (i.e. Hulu, NBC.com) of these shows retained the Universal Media Studios logo.

Editor's Note: An excellent effort to bring the classic Universal Television name back, except one problem: the globe is rotating to the left instead of to the right. Strange, isn't it? But this was short-lived as it was replaced a month later.

7th Logo (October 13, 2011-)

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Nicknames: "CGI Globe IV", "Sunburst Globe II", "2010s Globe II"

Logo: Against a bluish starfield background that's almost similar to the one from the previous logo with some nebular clouds, we see a much more detailed Earth globe zooming from the front right to the center which is now rotating forwards this time like the other Universal logos. As the globe reaches to the center, the sunburst appears flashing on the top-right part of the globe. As this happens, the text "UNIVERSALTELEVISION", in the same font as before with the abstract arc above it, appears rotating in from the left and making a stop in front of the globe as the sunburst dims down a bit and a couple light rays are seen behind the globe and some of the nebular clouds are seen moving in front of the logo. The byline "A Division of NBCUniversal" appears under the logo.

Trivia: This logo was created and animated by Imaginary Forces. The logo has some elements from the 1991 Universal Television logo.


  • In the logo's later years, the "UNIVERSALTELEVISION" text, along with the abstract arc above, appears wiping in vertically like the previous logo instead of rotating in as the globe goes into the center. Plus, a couple of light rays are gone.
  • In 2013, the logo was enhanced, with darker tones and a dimmer sun. This version is bylineless, presumably to reflect the new 100% Comcast ownership. This variant was used for an extremely short period of time.
  • There is also a prototype version where the "UNIVERSALTELEVISION" text is replaced by the "UNIVERSAL NBC TELEVISION" text, along with the "A Division of NBCUniversal" byline is replaced by the "An NBCUniversal Company".
  • A shortened version exists on the 2018 revival of Magnum P.I. wherein it only shows the finished product of the logo.

FX/SFX: The globe zooming out, the sunburst flashing, and the words rotating or wiping in.

Music/Sounds: A three-note orchestrated theme, consisting of the first two notes of the three-note NBC chimes jingle and a final note that sounds similar to that of the 1997 Universal Pictures fanfare, composed by Jerry Goldsmith. This jingle sounds quite similar to the NBCUniversal Television logo music. Composed by FirstCom Music.

Music/Sounds Variants:

  • On three S3 episodes of Community and the first two S14 episodes of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, the Universal Media Studios logo music is heard.
  • There is also a long version of the logo theme.
  • Prototype version have a triumphant, news-like rendition of the NBC chimes. Composed by The Elements.
  • A warp-speed version of the music exists.
  • On the first two season 3 episodes of the 2018 revival of Magnum P.I., it is silent, whereas the theme carries off to the 2020 CBS Studios logo along with that of the shortened 2009 CBS Television Studios logo, due to an editing error.

Availability: Very common.

  • It debuted on the October 13, 2011 episode of The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, and was used in tandem with the previous logo.
  • It is currently seen on new episodes of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Chicago P.D., Parenthood, Up All Night, and The Office, among others on NBC. Also seen on the final season of House on Fox.
  • On cable television, it can be seen on The Jack & Triumph Show airing on Adult Swim, also seen on The 90th Annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
  • It also appears on shows produced by Open 4 Business Productions, as they do not have their own logo.
  • If a rare, prototype version might be used before the name change for Universal Television, this is possible to be used in the future.

Editor's Note: Another brilliant television logo from Universal, improving over the previous one. This is also an enhanced, standard version of the previous logo, complete with a corporate byline.

Copyright Stamps

Here is some information about the copyright stamps on the Universal Television series and TV movies:

  • 1964-1966: Copyright © [YEAR] by Universal Television. All Rights Reserved.
  • 1966-1967: Copyright © [YEAR] by Universal Television - A division of Universal City Studios, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • 1967-1998: Copyright © [YEAR] by Universal City Studios, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • 1997-1998: Copyright © [YEAR] Universal Television Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • 1997-1998: Copyright © [YEAR] Universal Television Entertainment, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • 1997-1998: Copyright © [YEAR] UTE, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • 1998: Copyright © [YEAR] New-U Television LLC. All Rights Reserved.
  • 1998: Copyright © [YEAR] New-U Distribution LLC. All Rights Reserved.
  • 1998: Copyright © [YEAR] Studios USA Television LLC. All Rights Reserved.
  • 1998: Copyright © [YEAR] Studios USA Television Distribution LLC. All Rights Reserved.
  • 1999-2003: Copyright © [YEAR] Universal Studios. All Rights Reserved. (Used on The Steve Harvey Show and Just Shoot Me!)
  • 2002-: Copyright © [YEAR] Universal Network Television LLC. All Rights Reserved.
  • Copyright © [YEAR] Universal Television Enterprises LLC. All Rights Reserved.
  • 2002-: Copyright © [YEAR] Universal Talk Television (Productions) LLC. All Rights Reserved
  • 2011-: Copyright © [YEAR] NBC Studios LLC. All Rights Reserved.
  • 2014-: Copyright © [YEAR] Universal Television LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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List of Universal Television programs

Title Original run Network Notes Suspense Theatre1963–1965NBCco-production with Roncom Films Arrest and Trial1963–1964ABCDestry1964Broadside1964–1965The Munsters1964–1966CBSco-production with Kayro-Vue Productions 90 Bristol Court1964–1965NBCConvoy1965The John Forsythe Show1965–1966TammyABCco-production with Uni-Bet Productions Laredo1965–1967NBCRun for Your Life1965–1968co-production with Roncom Films The Jean Arthur Show1966CBSThe Road West1966–1967NBCPistols 'n' PetticoatsCBSco-production with Kayro-UTV Productions Family Affair1966–1971International distribution only; produced by Don Fedderson Productions and The Family Affair Company Mr. Terrific1967Dragnet1967–1970NBC/Syndication/ABCco-production with Mark VII Limited Ironside1967–1975NBCco-production with Harbour Productions UnlimitedIt Takes a Thief1968–1970ABCThe Name of the Game1968–1971NBCAdam-121968–1975co-production with Mark VII LimitedBlondie1968–1969CBSco-production with Kayro-Vue Productions and King Features Syndicate The OutsiderNBCco-production with Universal-Public Arts Productions The Bold Ones: The Lawyers1968–1972co-production with Public Art Films The Bold Ones: The Protectors1969–1970Harold Robbins' The SurvivorsABCco-production with The Harold Robbins Company The Bold Ones: The New Doctors1969–1973NBCco-production with Harbour Productions UnlimitedMarcus Welby, M.D.1969–1976ABCParis 70001970Matt Lincoln1970–1971The Bold Ones: The SenatorNBCMcCloud1970–1977San Francisco International Airport1970–1971The PsychiatristNight Gallery1970–1973The Man and the City1971–1972ABCO'Hara, U.S. TreasuryCBSco-production with Mark VII Limited and David Janssen Enterprises Inc.The D.A.NBCThe Partnersco-production with Don/Lee Productions Alias Smith and Jones1971–1973ABCco-production with Universal-Public Arts Productions Columbo1971–1978
ABCMcMillan & Wife1971–1977NBCco-production with Talent Associates-Norton SimonOwen Marshall: Counselor at Law1971-1974ABCco-production with Groverton Productions, Ltd. Sarge1971NBCco-production with Harbour Productions UnlimitedCool Million1972co-production with Public Arts Films The Sixth SenseABCJigsaw1972–1973MadiganNBCBanacek1972–1974Hec Ramseyco-production with Mark VII LimitedEmergency!1972–1977 Escape1973 The Snoop Sisters1973–1974co-production with Talent Associates-Norton SimonTenaflyFaraday and Companyco-production with Talent Associates-Norton SimonGriffABCco-production with Groverton Productions Tomaco-production with Roy Huggins-Public Arts Productions Emergency +4NBCco-production with Mark VII Limited and Fred Calvert Productions Chaseco-production with Mark VII LimitedKojak1973–1978CBSThe Six Million Dollar ManABCSeasons 1–3 co-produced by Silverton Productions Inc.; Seasons 4–5 co-produced by Harve Bennett ProductionsFrankenstein: The True Story1973NBCminiseries Kolchak: The Night Stalker1974–1975ABCco-production with Francy Productions Inc. Lucas TannerNBCAmy Prentissco-production with Francy Productions Inc. Get Christie Love!ABCco-production with Wolper ProductionsThe Rockford Files1974–1980NBCco-production with Roy Huggins-Public Arts Productions and Cherokee Productions Sierra1974co-production with Mark VII LimitedSons and DaughtersCBSSaturday Night Live1975–presentNBCco-production with Broadway Video. produced as SNL Studios (1999–present) Baretta1975–1978ABCRoy Huggins-Public Arts Productions Sunshine1975NBCMobile OneABCco-production with Mark VII LimitedDon Adams' Screen Test1975–1976SyndicationThe Invisible ManNBCco-production with Silverton Productions Inc. McCoyDoctors' HospitalFayco-production with Witt/Thomas ProductionsEllery Queenco-production with Fairmount/Foxcroft Productions and Tom Ward Enterprises Switch1975–1978CBSco-production with Glen A. Larson ProductionsSara1976Rich Man, Poor ManABCco-production with Harve Bennett ProductionsGemini ManNBCCity of Angelsco-production with Roy Huggins Public Arts Productions Delvecchio1976–1977CBSco-production with Crescendo Productions, Inc. Holmes & Yo-YoABCco-production with Heyday Productions Inc. Rich Man, Poor Man Book IISirota's CourtNBCQuincy, M.E.1976–1983co-production with Glen A. Larson ProductionsBaa Baa Black Sheep1976–1978co-production with Stephen J. Cannell ProductionsThe Bionic WomanABC/NBCThe Oregon Trail1977NBCKingston: Confidentialco-production with R.B. Productions, Inc. and Groverton Productions, Inc. Lanigan's Rabbico-production with Heyday Productions Rosetti and RyanWhat Really Happened to the Class of '65?1977–1978NBCThe Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries1977–1979ABCco-production with Glen A. Larson ProductionsOperation Petticoatco-production with Heyday Productions (season 1) and Kukoff-Harris Boiney Stoones Productions (season 2)Richie Brockelman, Private Eye1978NBCco-production with Stephen J. Cannell Productions and Bunky Productions, Inc. SamCBSco-production with Mark VII LimitedThe Eddie Capra Mysteries1978–1979NBCSword of Justiceco-production with Glen A. Larson ProductionsThe Incredible Hulk1978–1982CBSBattlestar Galactica1978–1979ABCco-production with Glen A. Larson ProductionsThe Duke1979NBCco-production with Stephen J. Cannell ProductionsDelta HouseABCco-production with Marty Simmons-Ivan Reitman Productions CliffhangersNBCTurnaboutco-production with Sam Denoff Productions Harris and CompanyShirley1979–1980co-production with Procter & Gamble ProductionsMrs. Columboco-production with Gambit Productions Buck Rogers in the 25th Century1979–1981co-production with Glen A. Larson Productions, Bruce Lansbury Productions, Ltd. (1979–80)John Mantley Productions(1980-81)

Buck Rogers based on characters by courtesy of Leisure Concepts Inc. and Robert C. Dille

B. J. and the Bearco-production with Glen A. Larson ProductionsThe Misadventures of Sheriff LoboHouse Calls1979–1982CBSco-production with Alex Winitsky-Arlene Sellers Productions Galactica 19801980ABCco-production with Glen A. Larson ProductionsStoneco-production with Stephen J. Cannell Productions and Gerry Productions, Inc. When the Whistle Blowsco-production with Daydreams Productions Good Time HarryNBCNobody's PerfectABCMagnum, P.I.1980–1988CBSdistribution only; co-production with Belisarius Productions, Inc., Glen A. Larson Productions and also later episodes T.W.S. Productions, Inc.Fitz and Bones1981NBCco-production with Glen A. Larson ProductionsThe Gangster ChroniclesDarkroom1981–1982ABCShannonCBSco-production with The Aubrey Company Harper Valley PTANBCco-production with Ten-Four Productions Simon & Simon1981–1989CBSVoyagers!1982–1983NBCco-production with James D. Parriott Productions and Scholastic Productions Tales of the Gold MonkeyABCco-production with Belisarius ProductionsKnight Rider1982–1986NBCco-production with Glen A. Larson ProductionsThe A-Team1983–1987co-production with Stephen J. Cannell ProductionsWhiz Kids1983–1984CBSThe New Leave It to Beaver1983–1989CBS/Disney Channel/TBSco-production with Sprocket Films (season 1), Telvan Productions and Qintex Productions Legmen1984NBCDomestic LifeCBSco-production with 40 Share Productions Hawaiian HeatABCco-production with James D. Parriott ProductionsMiami Vice1984–1989NBCco-production with Michael Mann Productions Airwolf1984–1987CBS, USA Networkco-production with Belisarius Productions(seasons 1–3) and Atlantis Films (season 4). Universal only produced seasons 1–3. Murder, She Wrote1984–1996CBSco-production with Corymore ProductionsCharles in Charge1984–1990CBS/Syndicationco-production with Al Burton Productions and Scholastic Productions Street Hawk1985ABCco-production with Limekiln and Templar Productions OtherworldCBSCode Name: FoxfireNBCCode of Vengeance1985–1986Misfits of Scienceco-production with James D. Parriott ProductionsThe InsidersABCAmazing Stories1985–1987NBCco-production with Amblin TelevisionThe Equalizer1985–1989CBSAlfred Hitchcock PresentsNBC/USA Networkco-production with Paragon Motion Pictures, Inc. and Michael Sloan Productions He's the Mayor1986ABCFast TimesCBSLeo & Liz in Beverly Hillsco-production with 40 Share Productions Blacke's MagicNBCOutlaws1986–1987CBSco-production with Mad Dog Productions Together We Standco-production with Al Burton Productions and The Sherwood Schwartz Company Hard Copy1987A Year in the Life1987–1988NBCco-production with Falahey/Austin Street Productions Private Eyeco-production with Yerkovich ProductionsThe Law & Harry McGraw1988CBSco-production with Corymore ProductionsComing of Age1988–1989co-production with Bungalow 78 Productions Almost GrownGideon Oliver1989ABCco-production with Wolf FilmsMenChristine Cromwell1989–1990co-production with Wolf Films Nasty BoysNBCco-production with Wolf FilmsB.L. StrykerABCco-production with Blue Period Productions, Inc. and T.W.S. Productions, Inc. Quantum Leap1989–1993NBCco-production with Belisarius ProductionsMajor DadCBSco-production with S.B.B. Productions and Spanish Trail Productions Coach1989–1997ABCco-production with Bungalow 78 Productions H.E.L.P.1990co-production with ABC Productions, Wolf Films and Christopher Crowe Productions Parenthood1990–1991NBCco-production with Imagine Television. Based on the 1989 film of same name by Universal Pictures and Imagine EntertainmentUncle BuckCBSco-production with Verbatim Productions. based on the 1989 film of the same name by Universal Pictures Over My Dead BodyShannon's DealNBCNorthern Exposure1990–1995CBSproduced by Cine-Nevada Productions (1990); season 1), Finnegan-Pinchuk Productions (1991–95); (seasons 2–6), Falahey/Austin Street Productions (1991–92); (seasons 1–3) and Brand/Falsey Productions (1992–95); (seasons 2–6)Law & Order1990–2010
TBANBCco-production with Wolf Films. Seasons 9–13 were produced by Studios USA. Princesses1991CBSco-production with Bungalow 78 Productions The AntagonistsHarry and the Hendersons1991–1993Syndicationco-production with Amblin TelevisionShelley Duvall's Bedtime Stories1991–1994Showtimeproduced by Universal/MCA Family Entertainment, Think Entertainment, and Universal Cartoon StudiosMann & Machine1992NBCco-production with Wolf FilmsThe Human FactorCBSco-production with Wolf FilmsDelta1992–1993ABCco-production with Perseverance Inc. and Bungalow 78 Productions The Tonight Show with Jay Leno1992–2009; 2010–2014NBCco-production with Big Dog Productions. NBCU/Universal produced only from 2004 to 2009 and 2010-2014 Family Dog1993CBSco-production with Amblin Television, Tim Burton Productions, Nelvana and Warner Bros. Television
Distributed outside of the U.S. by Warner Bros. Television DistributionJohnny Bagoco-production with Chicago Five Productions and Papazian-Hirsch Entertainment Late Night with Conan O'Brien1993–2009NBCco-production with Broadway Video and Conaco. NBCU/Universal produced only from 2004 to 2009 South Beach1993co-production with Wolf FilmsFallen Angels1993–1995Showtimeco-production with Propaganda Films and Mirage Enterprises SeaQuest DSV1993–1996NBCco-production with Amblin TelevisionMrs. Piggle-Wiggle1993–1994Showtimeproduced by Universal Family Entertainment and Think Entertainment Blue Skies1994ABCco-production with Bungalow 78 Productions The Adventures of Timmy the ToothDirect-to-videoco-production with Bomp Productions M.A.N.T.I.S.1994–1995Foxco-production with Renaissance Pictures and Wilbur Force Productions Earth 2NBCco-production with Amblin TelevisionTekWar1994–1996Syndication/USA Network/Sci-Fi Channel
CTV Television Networkco-production with Atlantis Films Limited, CTV Television Network, Lemli Productions, Inc., USA Network and Western International Communications New York Undercover1994–1998Foxco-production with Wolf FilmsWeird ScienceUSA Networkco-production with St. Clare EntertainmentA Whole New Ballgame1995ABCco-production with Greengrass Productions and Bungalow 78 Productions Partners1995–1996Foxco-production with Jeff & Jeff Productions American GothicCBSco-production with Renaissance PicturesSliders1995–2000Fox/Syfyco-production with St. Clare EntertainmentThe Steve Harvey Show1996–2002The WBco-production with Brillstein-Grey Communications (seasons 1–2), Brillstein-Grey Entertainment (seasons 3–4), Brad Grey Television (seasons 4–6), Winifred Hervey Productions, Stan Lathan Television and Columbia Pictures Television(season 1), Columbia TriStar Television Distribution(seasons 2–6) and Columbia TriStar Domestic Television(season 6). Universal co-produced the series from Season 4–6. Swift Justice1996UPNco-production with Wolf FilmsThe Burning Zone1996–1997co-production with Sandstar Productions Mr. RhodesNBCco-production with NBC Studios EZ StreetsCBSco-production with Paul Haggis Productions Something So Right1996–1998NBC/ABCco-production with Big Phone Productions Feds1997CBSco-production with Wolf FilmsSpy GameABCco-production with McNamara Paper Products, Inc., Renaissance Pictures and Warner Bros. TelevisionThe Tom Show1997–1998The WBco-production with Clean Break Productions and Floating Cork Productions TimecopABCco-production Lawrence Gordon Productions, December 3rd Productions and Dark Horse EntertainmentPlayersNBCco-production with Wolf Films and NBC StudiosTeam Knight RiderSyndicationco-produced by McAboy-Wadsworth Productions, Sterling Pacific Films, Copp & Goodman Television and Pacific Bay EntertainmentJust Shoot Me!1997–2003NBCco-production with Brillstein-Grey Communications (1997–1998); (seasons 1–2), Brillstein-Grey Entertainment (1998-1999); (seasons 3–4), Brad Grey Television (1999–2002); (seasons 4–7), Steven Levitan Productions, Columbia Pictures Television(1997–1098); (seasons 1–2), Columbia TriStar Television(1998–2002); (seasons 3–7) and Sony Pictures Television(2002–2003). Universal only produced from seasons 4–7 Will & Grace1998–2006
2017–2020co-production with KoMut Entertainment, 3 Sisters Entertainment (1998–2006) and 3 Princesses and a P Productions (2017–2020). NBCU only produced the final 2 seasons of the original series, with the revival series later produced as a Universal Television production Law & Order: Special Victims Unit1999–presentco-production with Wolf Entertainment. The first three seasons were produced by Studios USA. Passions1999–2008NBC/AudienceNBCU/Universal only produced from 2004 to 2008. Work with Me[1]1999 CBSco-production with Stephen Engel Productions, Nat's Eye Productions, Calm Down Productions and CBS ProductionsThe District2000–2004co-production with Di Novi Pictures and CBS Productions. The first two seasons were produced by Studios USA.
Distributed outside of the U.S. by CBS Studios InternationalCrossing Jordan2001–2007NBCco-production with Tailwind Productions and Kaledo Dritte Productions. The first three seasons were produced by NBC Studios.
Distributed outside of the U.S. by MGM Worldwide DistributionThe Agency2001–2003CBSco-production with Radiant Productions and CBS Productions. The first season was produced by Studios USA. Sitting DucksCartoon Networkco-production with The Krislin Company, Creative Capers Entertainment, Krislin/Elliot Digital and Sitting Ducks Productions Last Call with Carson Daly2002–2019NBCco-production with Carson Daly Productions. Produced by NBC Studios until 2004 Robbery Homicide Division2002–2003CBSco-production with Forward Pass Crime & Punishment2002–2004NBCco-production with Wolf Films and Shape Pictures. The first season was produced by Studios USA. American Dreams2002–2005co-production with Once a Frog Productions, Dick Clark Productions and NBC Studios
Distributed outside of the U.S. by MGM Worldwide Television DistributionNashville Star2003–2008USA Network/NBCco-production with 495 Productions and Reveille ProductionsLas Vegas2003–2008NBCco-production with DreamWorks Television and Gary Scott Thompson Productions. The first season was produced by NBC Studios.
Distributed outside of the U.S. by MGM Worldwide Television DistributionMister Sterling2003co-production with Lawrence O'Donnell, Jr. Productions and NBC StudiosL.A. Dragnet2003–2004ABCco-production with Wolf Films. Revival of the 1967–70 television series Karen Siscoco-production with Jersey Television and Eighty-D Productions Average Joe2003–2005NBCco-produced by Krasnow Productions Boo!2003–2006BBC Two/CBeebiesdistribution only; produced by Tell-Tale ProductionsCentury City2004CBSco-production with Heel and Toe Films Medical Investigation2004–2005NBCco-production with Landscape Entertainment and Paramount Television
Distributed in the US by CBS Television DistributionLAXco-production with The Mark Gordon Company and Nick Thiel Productions Hawaii2004co-production with Jeff Eastin Films Complete Savages2004–2005ABCco-production with Nothing Can Go Wrong Now Productions and Icon ProductionsHouse2004–2012Foxco-production with Heel and Toe Films, Shore Z Productions and Bad Hat Harry Productions Committed2005NBCco-production with Blackie and Blondie Productions Revelationsminiseries; co-production with Stillking Films and Pariah Films Kojakco-production with Traveler's Rest Films and Playa Inc. Law & Order: Trial by Jury2005–2006co-production with Wolf FilmsSurfaceco-production with Rock Fish Productions Three Wishes2005co-production with Glassman Media, June Road Productions and Furry Prawn Productions The Office2005–2013co-production with Deedle-Dee Productions, 3 Arts Entertainment (uncredited), Reveille Productions (seasons 1–8) and Shine America (season 9) Teachers2006co-production with Two Soups Productions Heistco-production with Cullen Bros. Television, Dutch Oven Productions and Sony Pictures TelevisionThe Book of Danielco-production with Flody Co., Bumpy Night Productions and Sony Pictures Television
Distributed outside of the U.S. by Sony Convictionco-production with Wolf FilmsSons & Daughters2006–2007ABCco-production with Broadway VideoHeroes2006–2010NBCco-production with Tailwind Productions30 Rock2006–2013co-production with Broadway Video and Little StrangerFriday Night Lights2006–2011NBC/101 Networkco-production with Imagine Television and Film 44. based on the 2004 film by Universal Pictures and Imagine Entertainment The Black Donnellys2007NBCco-production with Blackfriars Bridge and IMPACTS Entertainment Andy Barker, P.I.co-production with Red Pulley Productions and ConacoRainesco-production with Nemo Films Life2007–2009co-production with Ravich-Shariat Productions Bionic Woman2007co-production with GEP Productions and David Eick Productions. Revival of the 1976–1978 TV series by Harve Bennett Productions and Universal Television Lipstick Jungle2008–2009co-production with Blackie and Blondie Productions Worst WeekCBSco-production with Two Soups Productions, Hat Trick Productions and CBS Paramount Network Television
Distributed outside of the U.S. by CBS Studios InternationalKnight RiderNBCco-production with Dutch Oven Productions and Gary Scott Thompson Productions. Revival of the 1982–1986 TV series Kath & Kimco-production with Reveille Productions and Riley-Turner Productions My Own Worst Enemy2008Crusoe2008–2009co-production with Muse EntertainmentKings2009co-production with 3 Arts Entertainment and J.A. Green Construction Corp. Late Night with Jimmy Fallon2009–2014co-production with Broadway Video The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien2009–2010co-production with Conaco and Broadway Video Parks and Recreation2009–2015co-production with Deedle-Dee Productions, Fremulon, 3 Arts Entertainment and Open 4 Business Productions The Philanthropist2009co-production with The Levinson/Fontana Company, Original Media and Carnival FilmsVirtualityFOXco-production with Look Ma! No Hands Productions, Tall Ship Productions, BermanBraun and Film44Community2009–2015NBC/Yahoo! Screenco-production with Krasnoff/Foster Entertainment, Sony Pictures Television, Open 4 Business Productions, Dan Harmon Productions (seasons 1–3), Russo Brothers Films (seasons 1–3), Harmonious Claptrap (seasons 5–6) and Yahoo! Studios (season 6)Mercy2009–2010NBCco-production with Selfish Mermaid, BermanBraun and Open 4 Business Productions Traumaco-production with False Mirror Films, Film 44 and Open 4 Business Productions The Jay Leno Showco-production with Big Dog Productions Minute to Win It2010–2011co-production with Friday TV and Smart Dog Media Parenthood2010–2015co-production with Imagine Television, True Jack Productions and Open 4 Business Productions. Based on the 1989 film of same name by Universal Pictures and Imagine Entertainment and the 1990–91 TV series of the same name 100 Questions2010co-production with Bicycle Path Productions and TagLine Television and Open 4 Business Productions Outlawco-production with ConacoThe Event2010–2011co-production with Steve Stark Productions and Open 4 Business Productions Law & Order: LAco-production with Wolf FilmsOutsourcedco-production with Open 4 Business Productions and In Cahoots ProductionsPerfect Couplesco-production with Open 4 Business Productions The Cape2011co-production with BermanBraun, Arcanum and Open 4 Business Productions Love Bitesco-production with Open 4 Business Productions, Loud Blouse Productions and Working Title TelevisionPrime Suspect2011–2012co-production with Open 4 Business Productions, ITV Studios America and Film 44 Whitney2011–2013co-production with Stuber Television (2011–2012); Bluegrass Television (2012–2013) Up All Night2011–2012co-production with Broadway Video and Open 4 Business Productions Who's Still Standing?co-production with Armoza Formats and Smart Dog Media Free Agents2011co-production with Very Small Realm, Dark Toy Entertainment, Big Talk Productions and Open 4 Business Productions Grimm2011–2017co-production with GK Productions, Hazy Mills Productions and Open 4 Business Productions Smash2012–2013co-production with DreamWorks Television and Madwoman in the Attic, Inc. (season 1) Bent2012co-production with Quill Productions and Open 4 Business Productions Best Friends Foreverco-production with Open 4 Business Productions, Parham St. Clair Productions and American Work, Inc. The Mindy Project2012–2017Fox/Huluco-production with Open 4 Business Productions, 3 Arts Entertainment and Kaling InternationalAnimal Practice2012NBCco-production with Open 4 Business Productions and American Work, Inc. Mockingbird Laneco-production with LivingDeadGuy and Bad Hat Harry ProductionsGuys with Kids2012–2013co-production with Holiday Road, Charlie Grandy Productions and Open 4 Business Productions Go Onco-production with Open 4 Business Productions, Silver & Gold Productions and Dark Toy Entertainment Chicago Fire2012–presentco-production with Wolf Entertainment and Open 4 Business Productions Deception2013co-production with BermanBraunReady for Loveco-production with Renegade 83 Entertainment and UnbeliEVAble Entertainment Do No Harmco-production with Open 4 Business Productions, Mount Moriah and The Best Day Entertainment Bates Motel2013–2017A&Eco-production with American Genre, Carlton Cuse Productions (seasons 1–3), Cuse Productions (seasons 4–5), and Kerry Ehrin Productions Camp2013NBCco-production with Matchbox Pictures, Selfish Mermaid and BermanBraunHollywood Game Night2013–2020co-production with Hazy Mills Productions and Mission Control Media The Million Second Quiz2013NBC/NBC.comco-production with All3Media America, Studio Lambert, Ryan Seacrest Productions and Bill's Market & Television Productions Brooklyn Nine-Nine2013–2021Fox/NBCco-production with Dr. Goor Productions, Fremulon and 3 Arts EntertainmentThe Blacklist2013–presentNBCco-production with Sony Pictures Television, Open 4 Business Productions and Davis EntertainmentIronside2013co-production with Yellow Brick Road, Post 109 and Davis Entertainment. Revival of the 1968–75 series Sean Saves the World2013–2014NBC/iTunesco-production with Garfield Grove Productions and Hazy Mills ProductionsDraculaNBCco-production with Carnival Films, Flame Ventures and Playground EntertainmentChicago P.D.2014–presentco-production with Wolf EntertainmentThe Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallonco-production with Broadway Video (2014–present) and Electric Hot Dog (2020–present) Late Night with Seth Meyersco-production with Broadway Video and Sethmaker Shoemeyers Productions About a Boy2014–2015co-production with Working Title Television, Tribeca Productions and True Jack Productions. based on the 2002 film by Universal Pictures/StudioCanalGrowing Up Fisher2014co-production with Aggregate Films and Next Thing You Know Productions American Dream Buildersco-production with Steele Mill Productions Crossbonesco-production with P+M Image Nation and Mr. Cross Food Fighters2014–2015co-production with Electus and Rio Bravo Bad Judgeco-production with Gary Sanchez ProductionsMulaneyFoxco-production with 3 Arts Entertainment, Broadway Video and Jurny Mulurny Television State of AffairsNBCco-production with STX Entertainment, Abishag Productions and Aardwolf Productions Allegiance2015co-production with Keshet International, Nolfi Productions and yesThe Slapco-production with Matchbox Pictures, P+M Image Nation and Scratchpad Productions Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt2015–2019Netflixco-production with 3 Arts Entertainment, Bevel Gears and Little Stranger, IncAmerican Odyssey2015NBCco-production with Fabrik Entertainment and Red Arrow Entertainment Group I Can Do Thatco-production with Open 4 Business Productions, Armoza Formats and Live Animals Productions Mr. Robinsonco-production with 3 Arts Entertainment and Cullen Bros. Television The Carmichael Show2015–2017co-production with 20th Century Fox Television, A24, Morningside Entertainment (pilot only), Stoller Global Solutions and Lunch Bag Snail Productions (episode 2 onwards)
Distributed in the U.S. by 20th TelevisionThe Player2015NBCco-production with Sony Pictures Television, Davis Entertainment and King Fu Monkey Productions Heroes Reborn2015–2016miniseries; co-production with Tailwind Productions (episode 1 only); Imperative Entertainment (episode 2 onwards) Truth Be Told2015co-production with Will Packer Productions and Next Thing You Know Productions Master of None2015–2017Netflixco-production with Alan Yang Pictures, Oh Brudder Productions, Fremulon and 3 Arts EntertainmentChicago Med2015–presentNBCco-production with Wolf EntertainmentSuperstore2015–2021co-production with Spitzer Holding Company, The District and Miller Green Broadcasting Telenovela2015–2016co-production with Tall and Short Productions and UnbeliEVAble Entertainment Shades of Blue2016–2018co-production with Nuyorican Productions, EGTV Productions, Ryan Seacrest Productions, Jack Orman Productions and Adi TV StudiosCrowded2016co-production with Hazy Mills Productions and SamJen Productions Heartbeatco-production with P.D. Oliver, Inc., Molly Bloom Productions and Reveal Productions Game of Silenceco-production with David Hudgins Productions, Carol Mendelsohn Productions, and Sony Pictures TelevisionThe Path2016–2018Huluco-production with True Jack Productions and Refuge, Inc. Maya & Marty2016NBCco-production with Broadway Video, 3 Arts Entertainment and Brillstein Entertainment PartnersUncle BuckABCco-production with Will Packer Productions, Unaccountable Freaks Productions and ABC Studios. based on the 1989 film of the same name by Universal Pictures and a remake of the 1990–91 series The Good Place2016–2020NBCwith 3 Arts Entertainment and FremulonTimeless2016–2018with MiddKid Productions, Kripke Enterprises, Davis Entertainment and Sony Pictures TelevisionPure Genius2016–2017CBSco-production with True Jack Productions and CBS Television StudiosEmerald City2017NBCco-production with Shaun Cassidy Productions, Oedipus Productions and Mount Moriah The Blacklist: Redemptionco-production with Open 4 Business Productions, Davis Entertainment, The Jo(h)ns and Sony Pictures TelevisionTaken2017–2018co-production with FLW Films (season 1), Boomerang Productions, Matthew Gross Entertainment (season 2) and EuropaCorp.
based on the 2008 film and its sequels by EuropaCorp/20th Century Fox Chicago Justice2017co-production with Wolf FilmsGreat News2017–2018NBCco-production with 3 Arts Entertainment, Bevel Gears, Big Wig Productions and Little Stranger, Inc. Netflix distributed the series in selected international markets Gypsy2017Netflixco-production with Rhythm Arts Entertainment, Working Title Television and Pen and Paper Industries Midnight, Texas2017–2018NBCco-production with Moorish Dignity Productions (season 1), Discord and Rhyme (season 2) and David Janollari Entertainment Marlonco-production with Bicycle Path Productions, Baby Way Productions and 3 Arts Entertainment. Netflix distributed the series in selected international markets The Bold Type2017–2021Freeformco-production with The District, Sarah Watson Productions and Freeform Original ProductionsThe Brave2017–2018NBCco-production with Kesch Studios Law & Order: True Crime2017co-production with Wolf FilmsWisdom of the Crowd2017–2018CBSco-production with Algorithm Entertainment, Keshet International, and CBS Television Studios
Distributed outside of the U.S. by CBS Studios InternationalA.P. Bio2018–presentNBC/Peacockco-production with Broadway Video, Human Rabbit and Sethmaker Shoemeyer Productions Good Girls2018–2021NBCco-production with Minnesota Logging Co. Netflix distributed the series in selected international markets Champions2018co-production with Kaling International, Charlie Grandy Productions and 3 Arts Entertainment. Netflix distributed the series in selected international markets Riseco-production with True Jack Productions and Seller/Suarez Productions Reverieco-production with Extant Storytech, Energy Entertainment, Cheap Theatrics Inc. (episode 2 onward) and Amblin Television I Feel Badco-production with Paper Kite Productions, CannyLads Productions, Seemu! Inc. and 3 Arts EntertainmentManifest2018–presentNBC/Netflixco-production with Compari Entertainment, Jeff Rake Productions and Warner Bros. Television Studios. Magnum P.I.CBSco-production with 101st Street Entertainment (seasons 1–2), Perfect Storm Entertainment, Davis Entertainment, and CBS Studios. Remake of the 1980–1988 TV series
Distributed in the U.S. by CBS Media VenturesNew AmsterdamNBCco-production with Pico Creek Productions and Mount Morah FBICBSco-production with CBS Studios and Wolf Entertainment
Distributed outside of the U.S. by ViacomCBS Global DistributionRussian Doll2019–presentNetflixco-production with Paper Kite Productions, Jax Media, 3 Arts Entertainment, Avenue A and Shoot to Midnight The Enemy Within2019NBCco-production with 82nd West The Villageco-production with 6107 Productions Abby'sco-production with Fremulon and 3 Arts EntertainmentThe InBetweenco-production with Heyday Television and Look at My New Bag Productions Tales of the CityNetflixco-production with NBCUniversal International Studios, Sweatpants Productions and Working Title TelevisionA Little Late with Lilly Singh2019–2021NBCco-production with Unicorn Island Productions Four Weddings and a Funeral2019Huluco-production with MGM Television, Kalling International, 3 Arts Entertainment and Philoment Media. Based on the 1994 film of the same name by PolyGram Filmed Entertainment/Gramercy Pictures
International co-distribution with MGM Worldwide Television Distribution, who is also handling the USA distribution Bluff City LawNBCco-production with Dean Georgaris Entertainment 2.0 and David Janollari Entertainment Perfect Harmony2019–2020co-production with Hungry Mule Amusement Corp., Introvert Hangover Productions, Small Dog Picture Company and 20th Century Fox TelevisionSunnyside2019co-production with Panther Co., Fremulon and 3 Arts EntertainmentAlmost Family2019–2020Foxco-production with Parasox, True Jack Productions, Endemol Shine North America, Fox Entertainment and XOF ProductionsFast & Furious: Spy Racers2019–presentNetflixco-production with DreamWorks Animation Television
based on the 2001 film The Fast and the Furious and its sequels by Universal PicturesFBI: Most Wanted2020–presentCBSco-produced with Wolf Entertainment and CBS Studios
Distributed outside of the U.S. by ViacomCBS Global DistributionZoey's Extraordinary Playlist2020–2021NBCco-production with Zihuatanejo Productions, The Tannenbaum Company, Feigco Entertainment, PolyGram Entertainment and Lionsgate Television
Distributed outside of the U.S. by LionsgateLincoln Rhyme: Hunt for the Bone Collector2020co-production with Sony Pictures Television Studios, Keshet Studios, Signal Hill Productions, Pernomium, and Sin Video (pilot). Based on the 1999 film, The Bone Collector by Universal Pictures and Columbia Pictures
Distributed outside of the U.S. by Sony Pictures Television. Little America2020–presentApple TV+co-production with Alan Yang Productions, Quantity Entertainment and Epic Indebted2020NBCco-production with Sony Pictures Television Studios, Screaming Elliot Productions and Doug Robinson Productions. Duncanville2020–presentFoxco-production with Paper Kite Productions, 3 Arts Entertainment, Bento Box Entertainment, Fox Entertainment and 20th Television and 20th Television Animation (season 2-present) Amazing StoriesApple TV+co-production with ABC Signature, Kitsis/Horowitz and Amblin TelevisionCouncil of Dads2020NBCco-production with Jerry Bruckheimer Television and Midwest Livestock Productions The Baker and The BeautyABCco-production with Dean Georgaris Entertainment 2.0, Keshet Studios and ABC Studios. Co-distributed with Keshet International
Distributed outside the U.S. by Disney Media DistributionNever Have I Ever2020–presentNetflixco-production with Kaling International, Original Langster and 3 Arts EntertainmentMapleworth Murders2020Quibico-production with Broadway Video and Sethmaker Shoemeyers Ted Lasso2020–presentApple TV+co-production with Ruby's Tuna, Doozer and Warner Bros. Television StudiosAway2020Netflixco-production with True Jack Productions and 6th & Idaho Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous2020–presentNetflixco-production with Amblin Entertainment and DreamWorks Animation Television
based on the 2015 film and its sequel by Universal Pictures/Amblin Entertainment/Legendary EntertainmentWilmore2020Peacockco-production with Jax MediaThe Amber Ruffin Show2020–presentco-production with Sethmaker Shoemeyers Productions Connecting2020NBC/Peacockco-production with Wide Awake Productions and Quinn's House Saved by the Bell2020–presentPeacockco-production with Big Wig Productions Mr. Mayor2021–presentNBCco-production with Little Stranger, Inc., Bevel Gears and 3 Arts EntertainmentThe EqualizerCBSco-production with CBS Studios, Davis Entertainment, Martin Chase Productions, Milmar Pictures and Flavor Unit EntertainmentYoung RockNBCco-production with Grit & Superstition, Fierce Baby Productions and Seven Bucks ProductionsKenanco-production with Broadway Video and Shark vs. Bear Productions Punky Brewster2021Peacockco-production with Armogida Brothers Productions, Main Event Media and Universal Content Productions
a revival of the 1984-88 series by NBC ProductionsDebrisNBCco-production with Legendary Television and Frequency Films Law & Order: Organized Crime2021–presentco-production with Wolf EntertainmentRutherford FallsPeacockco-production with Pacific Electric Picture Company, Fremulon and 3 Arts EntertainmentGirls5evaco-production with Little Stranger, Inc., Bevel Gears, 3 Arts Entertainment and Scardino and Sons That Damn Michael CheHBO Maxco-production with Broadway Video, Leather Suit Inc., Irony Point and Samana Pictures Hacksco-production with 3 Arts Entertainment, Fremulon, Pauliu Productions and First Thought Productions Schmigadoon!AppleTV+co-production with Broadway Video and Out of Cinc Q-Force2021Netflixco-production with Fremulon, 3 Arts Entertainment, Titmouse, Inc., LOL... Send and Hazy Mills ProductionsThe Lost Symbol2021–presentPeacockco-production with CBS Studios, Dworkin/Beattie and Imagine Television StudiosOrdinary JoeNBCco-production with 20th Television, 6th & Idaho, 3 Arts Entertainment and Friend & Lerner Productions FBI: InternationalCBSco-production with CBS Studios and Wolf EntertainmentLa BreaNBCco-production with Keshet Studios, Bad Apple and Matchbox PicturesThe Gilded AgeComing 2021HBOco-production with HBO Original Programming MacGruberPeacockco-production with Broadway VideoAmerican Auto[2]Coming 2022NBCco-production with Kapital EntertainmentGrand CrewLaw & Order: Hate CrimesTBAPeacockco-production with Wolf EntertainmentCrazy for YouNBCco-production with Broadway Video and Sethmaker Shoemeyers Productions Hungry[3]co-production with Hazy Mills Productions and Brillstein Entertainment Someone Out ThereMulliganNetflixco-production with Bento Box Entertainment and 3 Arts Entertainment
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Universal Television

Television production company

Universal Television LLC (abbreviated as UTV) is an American televisionproduction company that is a subsidiary of Universal Studio Group, a division of Comcast's NBCUniversal. It serves as the television production arm of NBC; a predecessor of the company previously assumed such functions, and a substantial portion of the company's shows air on the network. It was formerly known as Revue Studios, Universal Pictures Television Department, Universal-International Television, MCA/Universal, MTE Inc., NBC Productions, NBC Studios, Studios USA Television LLC, Universal Network Television, Universal Domestic Television, USA Cable Entertainment, NBC Universal Television Studio, and Universal Media Studios. Re-established in 2004, both NBC Studios and the original Universal Network Television are predecessors of Universal Media Studios, formerly known as NBC Universal Television Studio.

Universal Television Alternative Studio[edit]

Universal Television Alternative Studio (”Universal Television Alternative” according to the company's on-screen logo) is a television production company owned by Universal Television made in 2016. The unit reports to the president of alternative and reality group, NBC Entertainment Meredith Ahr.[1]

The studio was formed in June 2016 under president Meredith Ahr.[2] In July 2016, the studio's first program, World of Dance was announced by NBC.[3] The studio sold its first show to another channel In Search Of... to History.[4]

The studio, as did Universal TV, signed a first-look agreement with Chelsea Handler in March 2018.[5] Both production units signed that same year in August an overall agreement with Eddie Schmidt.[6]

In November 2018, Ahr became president of alternative and reality group, NBC Entertainment.[1] Ahr was replaced as the studio's president in August 2019 by Toby Gorman, last the interim CEO of Magical Elves.[7] From Endemol Shine North America, Georgie Hurford-Jones was hired in December 2019 as executive vice president of current programming.[8]

Mario Lopez moved from hosting Extra to NBCUniversal's Access Hollywood in July 2019 with production deal with Universal TV and Universal TV Alternative Studio. His first project, Menudo an hour-long competition show, under the deal was announced to be in development in April 2020.


Revue Studios[edit]

Revue Productions (later known as Revue Studios) was founded in 1943 by MCA Inc. to produce live radio shows and also produced "Stage Door Canteen" live events for the United Service Organizations (USO) during World War II. Revue was re-launched as MCA's television production subsidiary in 1950. The partnership of NBC and Revue extends as far back as September 6, 1950, with the television broadcast of Armour Theatre, based on radio's Stars Over Hollywood. MCA bought the Universal Studios lot in 1958 and was renamed Revue Studios. Following its merger with Decca Records, the then-parent of Universal Pictures, the studio backlot name was changed back to Universal. In 1963, MCA formed Universal City Studios to merge the Motion Picture and Television arms of both Universal Pictures and Revue Studios and Revue was officially renamed Universal Television in 1963.

During the early years of television, Revue was responsible for producing and/or distributing many television programs. These included Leave It to Beaver, which ran for only one season on CBS before going to ABC from 1958 until 1963. In addition, Revue also made Alan Hale Jr.'s Biff Baker, U.S.A. (1952–1953) and all three of Rod Cameron's syndicated series, City Detective (1953–1955), State Trooper (1956–1959), and Coronado 9 (1960–1961) and the Bill Williams western series, The Adventures of Kit Carson (1951–1955). It produced Bachelor Father (1957–1962), for "Bachelor Productions", Edmond O'Brien's syndicated crime filmJohnny Midnight, based on a fictitious New York City actor-turned-private investigator. Another of its offerings was the 52-episode Crusader, the first Brian Keith series, which ran on CBS 1955–1956. Another western produced by Revue and starring Audie Murphy was Whispering Smith (NBC, 1959/61), based on the 1948 Alan Ladd movie of the same name. Leave It to Beaver was produced first by George Gobel's Golmaco Productions, then by Kayro Productions on a back lot at Revue Studios from 1958 to 1963. Also McHale's Navy was produced by Revue from 1962 to 1966.

In December 1958, MCA/Revue purchased Universal Studios's 367-acre backlot to produce television series, then leased it back to Universal for a million dollars a year for a decade.[10]

Revue produced later seasons of The Jack Benny Program for CBS and NBC and in co-operation with Jack Benny's J and M productions Checkmate, General Electric Theater and Alfred Hitchcock Presents for CBS, Studio 57 for DuMont Television Network, and westerns such as Tales of Wells Fargo, The Restless Gun and Laramie for NBC, as well as Wagon Train for NBC and ABC, and the first two seasons of NBC's The Virginian, based on a film released originally by Paramount Pictures, whose pre-1950 theatrical sound feature film library was sold to MCA in 1957. Wagon Train was the only Revue-produced TV show ever to finish an American television season in first place.

NBC Television Network/NBC Productions/NBC Studios[edit]

NBC Television Network was founded in 1947 by RCA (NBC's former parent company). In 1955, NBC acquired production company Kagran Corporation,[11] and by 1956, changed its company name to California National Productions.[12] The company also brought several NBC-aired programs, like The Adventures of Hiram Holliday and The Lawless Years, as well as non-NBC programs like The Silent Service and Philip Marlowe, but none of them were successful. The company's first hit was the television show Bonanza, which lasted from 1959 to 1973 on the NBC television network. Its follow-up project that was produced independently was Outlaws, a western from 1960 to 1962. The third independently produced NBC show, The Americans, which aired only in 1961, lasted a few episodes, and bombed after only one season.

In 1961, California National changes its name to NBC Films, and in 1963, launched NBC Productions to continue producing its existing show Bonanza, and develop newer projects for the network.[13] NBC developed and produced several shows internally like Kentucky Jones, Captain Nice and T.H.E. Cat. By 1966, the company had output talent deals with Sheldon Leonard, Bob Finkel, Norman Felton and David Dortort.[14] The next big project was The High Chaparral, which was a hit among viewers throughout its four-season run, only to be axed in 1971 due to the rural purge. Throughout its partnership with Sheldon Leonard, they produced three shows Accidental Family, My Friend Tony and My World and Welcome to It, but none of them were successful. By 1974, NBC is producing the next big hit Little House on the Prairie.

By the 1980s, NBC is producing Punky Brewster, which was popular among viewers. NBC's production output was primarily on television movies and miniseries. NBC's other television series output were Sara and Roomies, both of them were unsuccessful. In 1988, NBC started a deal with Peter Engel that resulted in the creation of Good Morning, Miss Bliss and eventually producing a number of teen shows.[15] In early 1990, NBC had struck a development deal with musician/producer Quincy Jones and his Quincy Jones Entertainment company. Also the same year, NBC inked a deal with Jay Tarses for his production company.[16] By 1990, NBC returned to producing hit programs with the sitcom The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, which starred Will Smith, in one of the first TV roles. Also that same year, NBC Productions partnered with Group W Productions to develop a syndicated program House Party.[17] In 1991, NBC produced another syndicated show, this time, out of the WMAQ-TV studios, Johnny B...On the Loose, in partnership with Viacom Enterprises.[18]

In 1993, Perry Simon left NBC to start his own production company with a non-exclusive production agreement.[19] In 1995, NBC launched a partnership with television director James Burrows to create 3 Sisters Entertainment, who produced series for the network.[20] Out of these five, the most successful out of the venture were Will & Grace and Caroline in the City (co-produced and owned by CBS Productions). Later that year, NBC Productions was however folded into NBC's entertainment division.[21]

In 1996, the company was renamed NBC Studios. The company had returned to producing hit programs like The Pretender, Profiler, Providence, Ed, Las Vegas and Crossing Jordan. In 2004, NBC Studios was merged with Universal Network Television to form NBC Universal Television Studios.[22]

MCA Television[edit]

MCA TV (also known as MCA Television Limited) was founded in 1948, several years before parent MCA Inc.'s purchase of Decca Records (in 1959) and Universal Pictures (in 1962). For more than four decades, it was one of the most active syndicators of television programming. During the 1980s, it distributed both off-network reruns of shows like Kate & Allie and Gimme a Break!, as well as original syndication product like the animated action series Bionic Six (co-produced with TMS Entertainment), The Morton Downey Jr. Show (taped at then-MCA owned WWOR-TV in Secaucus, New Jersey), The Munsters Today (a revival of the Universal sitcom), and Pictionary, based on the popular board game.

MCA Television attempted several branded TV packages from 1985 to 2001, including an ad-hoc film network, a broadcast network and a few syndicatedprogramming blocks. The company launched the Universal Pictures Debut Network, an ad-hoc film network with plans to launch in two stages beginning in September 1985.[23] In September 1989, MCA TV and Paramount Domestic Television had formed Premier Advertiser Sales, a joint venture created for the sale of advertising for their existing syndicated programs. As a possible outgrowth of this sales joint venture, MCA and Paramount began plans for a new network, the Premier Program Service.[24] However, plans for the service halted thanks to objections from Fox, annoyed that MCA and Paramount were soliciting some of their affiliates for PPS. In the meantime, MCA teamed up with BHC Communications for a syndicated block; the Hollywood Premiere Network, that only lasted for the 1990–1991 season.[25] The Universal Family Network syndicated programming block was launched by the company in the fall of 1993 with a single weekly half hour show, Exosquad, as a counter to The Disney Afternoon.[26]

In 1993, MCA Television had launched a joint effort with Brandon Tartikoff and his new Moving Target Productions company for a development of a late night talk show.[27]

In 1996, MCA TV was renamed Universal Television Enterprises; at this time they also assumed production and distribution of several daytime talk shows previously produced by Multimedia Entertainment (which Universal had acquired), including The Jerry Springer Show.

MTE (known as MCA Television Entertainment) was formed in 1987. It primarily dealt with made-for-TV movies and series like Dream On that were made for cable networks like HBO. Like MCA TV, in 1996, it was renamed as Universal Television Entertainment. It was eventually renamed to Studios USA Pictures in 1998.[28] MCA Television Entertainment is also a collective branding for their units, and it absorbed Universal Family Entertainment and Universal Cartoon Studios in 1996.[29]

EMKA, Ltd. is the holding company responsible for a majority of the pre-1950 Paramount Pictures sound library. As an official part of the Universal Pictures library, they are part of the company's television unit, Universal Television.

Universal Television (original iteration)[edit]

The first incarnation of Universal Television was reincorporated from Revue Productions in 1964, 2 years after MCA Inc. bought Universal Pictures and its then-current parent Decca Records.[30] Among their many contributions to television programming included production of the first television film (See How They Run from 1964), the first wheel series (The Name of the Game from 1968), the first rotating series with an umbrella title (1969's The Bold Ones) and the first two-part television movie (Vanished from 1971). Uni TV (also commonly known as MCA/Universal) also co-produced many shows with Jack Webb's Mark VII Limited such as Emergency!, Adam-12 and a revival of the 1951 series Dragnet. During the 1970s and 1980s, Uni TV produced shows such as Baretta, The Rockford Files, Murder, She Wrote, Miami Vice, The Equalizer, The Incredible Hulk, Battlestar Galactica, Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, Knight Rider, The A-Team, Simon & Simon and Magnum, P.I., which received critical acclaim and several TV movie spin-offs after their cancellations.

In 1967, Grant Tinker, formerly employee of NBC was hired to join the studio. He held the position for two years, until he left in 1969 to join 20th Century-Fox Television, and later that year, had to start MTM Enterprises. He subsequently left Fox in 1971 due to conflicts with running MTM.[31][32][33]

In 1980, Bud Austin has received a production contract with Universal Television to produce television series.[34]

In 1990, MCA/Uni TV began the Law & Order franchise. In 1996, MCA was reincorporated as Universal Studios. Around the same time, Universal was acquired by Joseph A. Seagram and Sons and later acquired the Multimedia Entertainment and USA Network.[35][36]

Universal purchased a 50% stake of Brillstein-Grey Entertainment in 1996 for $75 to $100 million. They considered buying the other 50% after selling its own TV unit to Barry Diller in 1998.[37] Universal sold its stake in BGE in 1999 and BGE was renamed as Brad Grey Television, though Universal continued to co-produce Just Shoot Me! and The Steve Harvey Show until their cancellations.[38]

Studios USA/Universal Network Television[edit]

USA Networks Inc. was formed by Barry Diller when he bought Universal's major television assets in October 1997.[39] Among its assets were the USA Network and Sci-Fi Network cable channels along with series such as Law & Order. Additionally, the company would own the HSN, the Ticketmaster Group and several TV stations.[39] Universal TV's production and distribution unit was renamed Studios USA. Universal held on to its 50% share of Brillstein-Grey Entertainment, PolyGram's international channels and the rights to its TV library while signing a long-term domestic sales deal with Studios USA for the library. Universal got a 45% share in USA Networks Inc. Greg Meidel initially resigned and was rehired as chairman and CEO of Studios USA, only to leave in June 1998.[40]

In 1999, USA Networks formed its own film and home media divisions when they acquired October Films and several production and distribution assets of PolyGram Filmed Entertainment for $200 million.[41] Most of the new shows produced under the Studios USA name bombed after only one or two seasons; only Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Law & Order: Criminal Intent and The District were deemed to be big hits. Although the latter two were cancelled, in 2011 and 2004 respectively, the former is still an ongoing show.

In 2000, Clyde Phillips has signed an overall deal with the studio to develop scripts.[42]

In 2001, Vivendi acquired USA's entertainment assets for an estimated $10.3 billion. Under the deal, Barry Diller became chairman of Vivendi Universal Entertainment.[43] USA Networks is currently known as IAC. Shortly afterwards, in 2002, it was merged with Universal Studios Network Television, producers of NBC's sitcom Just Shoot Me! to form Universal Network Television.[44][45][46]

PolyGram Television/Universal Worldwide Television[edit]

In 1997, PolyGram created a television division to distribute first-run syndicated and network series, hiring Bob Sanitsky from ICM Partners to be president of the division. The new unit absorbed the domestic syndication unit of ITC Entertainment (acquired by PolyGram in 1995), including its domestic sales president Matt Cooperstein.[47] This company called PolyGram Television, is unrelated to an earlier domestic syndication television distribution arm of the same name that PolyGram also owned that was formed in 1981 and it was closed in 1983, and sold its assets to King Features Entertainment.[48]

The division's first project was the syndication of new episodes of Alliance Atlantis' Due South, distributing 22 new episodes for primetime or weekend afternoon slots. It was distributed in conjunction with Worldvision Enterprises for ad sales.[49] The unit also syndicated action hour series such as The Crow: Stairway to Heaven (based on the Miramax film with Brandon Lee. The Walt Disney Company, its owner at the time had passed on the series) and Total Recall 2070, as well as the music variety program Motown Live.[50]

In early 1999, Shortly after Seagram and Universal completed their deal to acquire PolyGram. PolyGram TV was absorbed into Universal's TV and Networks division (which consisted of Universal's international TV operations). Universal would sell the ITC film and TV library to Carlton Communications, and the pre-1996 film library to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Following this, PolyGram TV was renamed Universal Worldwide Television, and in the fall of that year, UWT launched a successful realty strip, Blind Date (which gained a sister program from the same producers, The 5th Wheel).[51] At the same time, Universal launched Universal Studios Network Programming to inherit the Brillstein-Grey productions, such as the upcoming Work with Me, and the existing Brillstein-Grey shows Just Shoot Me! and The Steve Harvey Show.[52]

By 2001, rumors began circulating about the closure of the division (and its two series would have been sold off to another syndicator). However, by October, UWT's head of sales said the closure would not happen.[53] At the same time, NBC had an option agreement with Universal Network Television to keep Just Shoot Me! on the air to 2003.[54]

In June 2002, after Vivendi Universal re-acquired the entertainment arm of USA Networks. Universal Worldwide Television was merged with Studios USA Domestic Television to form Universal Television Enterprises.[55] Universal Studios Network Television was also merged with Studios USA Network Television around the same time.[56]

USA Cable Entertainment[edit]

The origins of USA Cable Entertainment was traced back to the 1980s when it was formed as USA Network Productions to produce content for the USA Networks. In 1996, it was rebranded to USA Studios, and in 1999 to USA Networks Productions, and later on reincorporated as USA Cable Entertainment on December 24, 1999.[57] Stephen Chao is the company's president since 2000.[58]

The company is best known for producing Monk and the 2003 miniseries Battlestar Galactica, which spawned a reboot in 2004.


NBC Universal Television Studios was formed in 2004 from NBC Studios and Universal Network Television after NBC and Universal merged.[22] At the same time, Dick Wolf, one of Universal's most prolific producers had a pact that keeps going to 2006.[59] In 2005, Doug Liman's Hypnotic had signed a deal with NBC Universal Television Studio.[60] On June 14, 2007, NBC Universal Television Studio was renamed Universal Media Studios (UMS) as the unit would be also developing entertainment for the web.[61][62] Later that year, veteran producer Ronald D. Moore has struck a deal at the studio.[63]

On July 21, 2009, Universal Cable Productions was split off from UMS and placed into NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment Group division.[64] On September 14, 2011, Universal Media Studios was renamed to Universal Television.[65] In 2013, David Janollari, former MTV executive via his David Janollari Entertainment company had struck a deal with the studio.[66] In October 2019, Universal Television was transferred from NBC Entertainment to NBCUniversal Content Studios.[67]

In August 2021, Justin Spitzer inked a new four-year overall deal at Universal Television.[68] It is revealed that James Coburn would sign an overall deal with Universal Television.[69]Grand Crew writer Phil Augusta Jackson had more recently signed a deal with Universal.[70] On October 2021, Kenny Smith, who was lured away from ABC Signature, joined the studio via an overall deal.[71]

Shows produced[edit]

Main article: List of Universal Television programs


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TitleFormatBuyerYear(s)The Jack Benny ProgramComedyCBS 1950–1964 Produced until 1963 by Revue StudiosNBC 1964–1965 Wagon TrainWesternNBC 1957–1962 ABC 1962–1965 Produced until 1963 by Revue Studios The VirginianWesternNBC 1962–1971 Produced until 1963 by Revue Studios The Alfred Hitchcock HourSuspense / thriller anthologyCBS 1962–1964 NBC 1964–1965 Produced until 1963 by Revue Studios McHale's NavyMilitary sitcomABC 1962–1966 Produced until 1963 by Revue Studios Arrest and TrialDramaABC 1963–1964 Bob Hope Presents The Chrysler TheatreAnthologyNBC 1963–1967 Kraft Suspense TheatreCrime drama anthologyNBC 1963–1965 BroadsideSitcomABC 1964–1965 The MunstersHorror sitcomCBS 1964–1966 The John Forsythe ShowSitcomNBC 1965–1966 Run for Your LifeDramaNBC 1965–1968 LaredoWesternNBC 1965–1967 ConvoyMilitary dramaNBC 1965 The Road WestWesternNBC 1966–1967 The Jean Arthur ShowSitcomCBS 1966 Mr. TerrificSitcomCBS 1967 DragnetCrime dramaNBC 1967–1970 Co-production with Mark VII LimitedIronsideCrime dramaNBC 1967–1975 It Takes a ThiefAdventure dramaABC 1968–1970 Adam-12Crime dramaNBC 1968–1975 Co-production with Mark VII Limited The OutsiderDetective dramaNBC 1968–1969 The Name of the GameAdventure/mysteryNBC 1968–1971 BlondieSitcomCBS 1968–1969 The Bold Ones: The New DoctorsMedical dramaNBC 1969–1973 The Bold Ones: The LawyersLegal dramaNBC 1969–1972 Harold Robbins' The SurvivorsDramaABC 1969–1970 Marcus Welby, M.D.Medical dramaABC 1969–1976 The Bold Ones: The ProtectorsCrime dramaNBC 1969–1970 Paris 7000Adventure dramaABC 1970 The Bold Ones: The SenatorPolitical dramaNBC 1970–1971 McCloudCrime dramaNBC 1970–1977 Matt LincolnMedical dramaABC 1970–1971 San Francisco International AirportDramaNBC 1970 The PsychiatristDramaNBC 1970–1971 Night GallerySci-fi horror anthologyNBC 1970–1973 Alias Smith and JonesWestern comedyABC 1971–1973 SargeDramaNBC 1971–1972 ColumboCrime dramaNBC 1971–1979 ABC 1989–2003 NBC Mystery MovieMovie of the weekNBC 1971–1977 The Man and the CityDramaABC 1971–1972 Owen Marshall, Counselor at LawLegal dramaABC 1971–1974 McMillan & WifeCrime dramaNBC 1971–1977 Co-production with Talent AssociatesO'Hara, U.S. TreasuryCrime dramaCBS 1971–1972 Co-production with Mark VII Limited The PartnersSitcomNBC 1971–1972 The D.A.Crime dramaNBC 1971–1972 Co-production with Mark VII Limited The Sixth SenseMystery thriller dramaABC 1972 Emergency!Action/medical dramaNBC 1972–1977 Co-production with Mark VII Limited BanacekDetective dramaNBC 1972–1974 MadiganCrime dramaNBC 1972–1973 Hec RamseyWestern crime dramaNBC 1972–1974 Co-production with Mark VII Limited JigsawCrime dramaABC 1972–1973 Cool MillionCrime dramaNBC 1972 Emergency +4Animated action / adventureNBC 1973–1974 Co-production with Mark VII Limited ChaseCrime dramaNBC 1973–1974 Co-production with Mark VII Limited GriffCrime dramaABC 1973–1974 TomaCrime dramaABC 1973–1974 KojakCrime dramaCBS 1973–1978 The Six Million Dollar ManSci-fi action dramaABC 1974–1978 Sons and DaughtersDramaCBS 1974 Get Christie Love!Action crime dramaABC 1974–1975 Lucas TannerDramaNBC 1974–1975 SierraAction dramaNBC 1974 Co-production with Mark VII Limited The Rockford FilesCrime dramaNBC 1974–1980 BarettaCrime dramaABC 1975–1978 SunshineSitcomNBC 1975 FaySitcomNBC 1975–1976 The Family HolvakDramaNBC 1975 The Invisible ManSci-fi adventureNBC 1975–1976 Mobile OneDramaABC 1975 Co-production with Mark VII Limited Doctors' HospitalMedical dramaNBC 1975–1976 Ellery QueenDramaNBC 1975–1976 SwitchCrime dramaCBS 1975–1978 Co-production with Glen A. Larson ProductionsThe Bionic WomanSci-fi dramaABC 1976–1977 NBC 1977–1978 City of AngelsCrime dramaNBC 1976 SaraWestern dramaCBS 1976 DelvecchioCrime dramaCBS 1976–1977 Baa Baa Black SheepMilitary dramaNBC 1976–1978 Gemini ManSci-fi action / adventureNBC 1976 Holmes and YoyoSitcomABC 1976–1977 Quincy, M.E.Crime dramaNBC 1976–1983 Co-production with Glen A. Larson Productions Sirota's CourtSitcomNBC 1976–1977 Lanigan's RabbiCrime dramaNBC 1977 Operation PetticoatSitcomABC 1977–1978 The Oregon TrailWestern dramaNBC 1977 Rosetti and RyanLegal dramaNBC 1977 What Really Happened to the Class of '65?DramaNBC 1977–1978 The Incredible HulkAction/science fictionCBS 1978–1982 Richie Brockelman, Private EyeMystery dramaNBC 1978 Battlestar GalacticaScience FictionABC 1978–1979 Co-production with Glen A. Larson Productions The Eddie Capra MysteriesMystery dramaNBC 1978–1979 Sword of JusticeCrime dramaNBC 1978–1979 Delta HouseSitcomABC 1979 TurnaboutSitcomNBC 1979 B.J. and the BearAdventureNBC 1979–1981 Mrs. ColumboCrime dramaNBC 1979–1980 Harris and CompanyDramaNBC 1979 The Misadventures of Sheriff LoboComedyNBC 1979–1981 Co-production with Glen A. Larson Productions Buck Rogers in the 25th CenturyScience FictionNBC 1979–1981 Co-production with Glen A. Larson Productions ShirleyDramaNBC 1979–1980 House CallsSitcomCBS 1979–1982 StoneCrime dramaABC 1980 Galactica 1980Science FictionABC 1980 Co-production with Glen A. Larson Productions When the Whistle BlowsSitcomABC 1980 Semi-ToughSitcomABC 1980 Nobody's PerfectSitcomABC 1980 Good Time HarrySitcomNBC 1980 Magnum, P.I.Crime dramaCBS 1980–1988 Co-production with Glen A. Larson Productions Harper Valley P.T.A.SitcomNBC 1981–1982 Fitz and BonesDramaNBC 1981 Co-production with Stephen J. Cannell ProductionsShannonCrime dramaCBS 1981–1982 Simon & SimonCrime dramaCBS 1981–1989 DarkroomAnthology dramaABC 1981–1982 Tales of the Gold MonkeyAdventure dramaABC 1982–1983 Knight RiderAction/science fictionNBC 1982–1986 Co-production with Glen A. Larson Productions Voyagers!Sci-fi adventureNBC 1982–1983 The A-TeamAction dramaNBC 1983–1987 Co-production with Stephen J. Cannell Productions Whiz KidsMystery dramaCBS 1983–1984 Domestic LifeSitcomCBS 1984 LegmenAction / adventureNBC 1984 AirwolfAction dramaCBS 1984–1986 USA 1987 Produced in 1987 by MCA TelevisionThe Four SeasonsSitcomCBS 1984 Miami ViceCrime dramaNBC 1984–1989 Hawaiian HeatDramaABC 1984 Murder, She WroteMystery dramaCBS 1984–1996 Charles in ChargeSitcomCBS 1984–1985 Syndication 1987–1990 The New Leave It to BeaverSitcomDisney Channel 1984–1985 TBS 1986–1989 SyndicationStreet HawkAction dramaABC 1985 OtherworldSci-fi adventureCBS 1985 Code Name: FoxfireDramaNBC 1985 George Burns Comedy WeekAnthologyCBS 1985 The EqualizerCrime dramaCBS 1985–1989 Misfits of ScienceScience FictionNBC 1985–1986 Alfred Hitchcock PresentsThriller anthologyNBC 1985–1986 USA 1987–1989 Amazing StoriesAnthologyNBC 1985–1987 Blacke's MagicDramaNBC 1986 He's the MayorSitcomABC 1986 Fast TimesSitcomCBS 1986 Leo & Liz in Beverly HillsSitcomCBS 1986 Together We StandSitcomCBS 1986–1987 OutlawsWesternCBS 1986–1987 Hard CopyDramaCBS 1987 A Year in the LifeDramaNBC 1987–1988 Private EyeDramaNBC 1987–1988 The Law & Harry McGrawLegal dramaCBS 1987–1988 Coming of AgeSitcomCBS 1988–1989 Family ManSitcomABC 1988 Almost GrownDramaCBS 1988–1989 B.L. StrykerMystery dramaABC 1989–1990 CoachSitcomABC 1989–1997 Quantum LeapScience FictionNBC 1989–1993 Major DadSitcomCBS 1989–1993 Nasty BoysCrime dramaNBC 1990 Co-production with Wolf FilmsNorthern ExposureDramedyCBS 1990–1995 Uncle BuckSitcomCBS 1990–1991 Law & OrderCrime dramaNBC 1990–2010 Co-production with Wolf Films and produced from 1998 to 2002 by Studios USA, from 2004 to 2007 by NBC Universal Television Studio and from 2007 to 2010 by Universal Media StudiosParenthoodSitcomNBC 1990–1991 The New Adam-12Police dramaSyndication 1990–1991 Over My Dead BodyMystery dramaCBS 1990–1991 Harry and the HendersonsSitcomSyndication 1991–1993 PrincessesSitcomCBS 1991 The Tonight Show with Jay LenoLate-night talk/varietyNBC 1992–2009 Produced from 1992 to 1996 by NBC Productions, from 1996 to 2004 by NBC Studios, from 2004 to 2007 by NBC Universal Television Studio and from 2007 to 2009 and 2010 to 2011 by Universal Media Studios NBC 2010–2014 Produced from 1992 to 1996 by NBC Productions, from 1996 to 2004 by NBC Studios, from 2004 to 2007 by NBC Universal Television Studio and from 2007 to 2009 and 2010 to 2011 by Universal Media Studios DeltaSitcomABC 1992–1993 Crime & PunishmentCrime dramaNBC 1993 Co-production with Wolf Films Home FreeSitcomABC 1993 Family DogAnimated sitcomCBS 1993 Co-production with Warner Bros. TelevisionDanger TheatreComedy anthologyFOX 1993 SeaQuest DSVAction/adventure science fiction dramaNBC 1993–1996 Weird ScienceSci-fi comedyUSA 1994–1997 M.A.N.T.I.S.Sci-fi action dramaFOX 1994–1995 New York UndercoverCrime dramaFOX 1994–1998 Co-production with Wolf Films Blue SkiesSitcomABC 1994 Earth 2Sci-fi dramaNBC 1994–1995 A Whole New BallgameSitcomABC 1995 SlidersSci-fi dramaFOX 1995–1997 Syfy 1998–2000 The Wright VerdictsLegal dramaCBS 1995 Co-production with Wolf Films PartnersSitcomFOX 1995–1996 American GothicHorror dramaCBS 1995–1996 Swift JusticeLegal dramaUPN 1996 Co-production with Wolf Films The Burning ZoneSci-fi dramaUPN 1996–1997 Something So RightSitcomNBC 1996–1997 ABC 1998 Mr. RhodesSitcomNBC 1996–1997 FedsDramaCBS 1997 Co-production with Wolf Films RoarFantasy DramaFOX 1997 The Tom ShowSitcomThe WB 1997–1998 TimecopSci-fi adventureABC 1997–1998 Team Knight RiderSci-fi action dramaSyndication 1997–1998 G vs EAction / adventure dramaUSA 1999 Syfy 2000 Law & Order: Special Victims UnitCrime dramaNBC 1999–present Produced until 2002 by Studios USA, from 2004 to 2007 by NBC Universal Television Studio and from 2007 to 2011 by Universal Media Studios DeadlineDramaNBC 2000–2001 Co-production with Wolf Films Sitting DucksAnimated comedyCartoon Network 2001–2003 Law & Order: Criminal IntentCrime dramaNBC 2001–2007 Co-production with Wolf Films and produced until 2002 by Studios USA, from 2004 to 2007 by NBC Universal Television Studio and from 2007 to 2011 by Universal Media Studios USA 2007–2011 The AgencyDramaCBS 2001–2003 Produced until 2002 by Studios USA, from 2004 to 2007 by NBC Universal Television Studio and from 2007 to 2011 by Universal Media Studios Last Call with Carson DalyTalk ShowNBC 2002–2019 Co-production with NBC Studios from 2002 to 2004, then solely by NBC Universal Television Studio following the merger of the two companies and produced until 2007 by NBC Universal Television Studio and from 2007 to 2011 by Universal Media Studios MonkMystery/comedy-dramaUSA 2002–2009 Co-production with Touchstone Television/ABC Studios and produced from 2004 to 2007 by NBC Universal Television Studio and from 2007 to 2009 by Universal Media Studios Robbery Homicide DivisionCrime dramaCBS 2002 American DreamsPeriod comedy-dramaNBC 2002–2005 Co-production with Dick Clark Productions and co-production with NBC Studios from 2002 to 2004, then solely by NBC Universal Television Studio following the merger of the two companies DragnetCrime dramaABC 2003 Co-production with Wolf Films Mister SterlingDramaNBC 2003 Last Comic StandingComedic realityNBC 2003–2015 CouplingSitcomNBC 2003 Karen SiscoCrime dramaABC 2003 Century CitySci-fi dramaCBS 2004 House, M.D.Medical dramaFOX 2004–2012 Produced until 2007 by NBC Universal Television Studio and from 2007 to 2011 by Universal Media Studios The OfficeSitcomNBC 2005–2013 Produced until 2007 by NBC Universal Television Studio and from 2007 to 2011 by Universal Media Studios 30 RockSitcomNBC 2006–2013 Produced until 2007 by NBC Universal Television Studio and from 2007 to 2011 by Universal Media Studios Late Night with Jimmy FallonLate-night talk/varietyNBC 2009–2014 Produced until 2011 by Universal Media Studios Parks and RecreationSitcomNBC 2009–2015 Produced until 2011 by Universal Media Studios CommunitySitcomNBC 2009–2014 Produced until 2011 by Universal Media Studios and co-production with Sony Pictures TelevisionYahoo Screen 2015 ParenthoodDramedyNBC 2010–2015 Produced until 2011 by Universal Media Studios The EventDramaNBC 2010–2011 WhitneySitcomNBC 2011–2013 Free AgentsAction dramaNBC 2011–2012 Up All NightSitcomNBC 2011–2012 GrimmFantasy/mystery/crime dramaNBC 2011–2017 Who's Still Standing?Game ShowsNBC 2011–2012 SmashMusical dramaNBC 2012–2013 Co-production with DreamWorks TelevisionBentSitcomNBC 2012 Best Friends ForeverSitcomNBC 2012 Go OnDramedyNBC 2012–2013 Animal PracticeSitcomNBC 2012 Guys with KidsSitcomNBC 2012–2013 The Mindy ProjectSitcomFOX 2012–2015 Hulu 2015–2017 Chicago FireDramaNBC 2012–present Mockingbird LaneDramedyNBC 2012 Take It AllGame ShowsNBC 2012 Do No HarmDramaNBC 2013 DeceptionMystery dramaNBC 2013 Bates MotelSuspense/thrillerA&E 2013–2017 Family TreeComedyHBO 2013 Hollywood Game NightGame ShowsNBC 2013–present CampDramaNBC 2013 Brooklyn Nine-NinePolice sitcomFOX 2013–2018 NBC 2019–present The BlacklistCrime dramaNBC 2013–present Co-production with Sony Pictures Television DraculaHorror dramaNBC 2013 IronsideCrime dramaNBC 2013 Sean Saves the WorldSitcomNBC 2013–2014 Chicago P.D.Crime DramaNBC 2014–present Co-production with Wolf Films The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy FallonComedic talk showNBC 2014–present Growing Up FisherSitcomNBC 2014 Late Night with Seth MeyersComedic talk showNBC 2014–present About a BoySitcomNBC 2014–2015 American Dream BuildersReality competitionNBC 2014 CrossbonesPeriod adventure dramaNBC 2014 Food FightersReality competitionNBC 2014–2015 Bad JudgeSitcomNBC 2014–2015 MulaneySitcomFOX 2014–2015 State of AffairsEspionage dramaNBC 2014–2015 The Jack and Triumph ShowSitcomAdult Swim 2015 Unbreakable Kimmy SchmidtSitcomNetflix 2015–2019 The SlapDramaNBC 2015 AllegianceEspionage dramaNBC 2015 American OdysseyDramaNBC 2015 I Can Do ThatReality competitionNBC 2015 Mr. RobinsonSitcomNBC 2015 The Carmichael ShowSitcomNBC 2015–2017 Co-production with 20th Century Fox TelevisionThe PlayerAction dramaNBC 2015 Co-production with Sony Pictures Television You, Me and the ApocalypseDramedySky One 2015 NBC 2016 Truth Be ToldSitcomNBC 2015 Chicago MedMedical dramaNBC 2015–present Co-production with Wolf Films SuperstoreComedyNBC 2015–2021 TelenovelaSitcomNBC 2015–2016 Master of NoneComedyNetflix 2015–2017 Shades of BlueCrime dramaNBC 2016–2018 CrowdedSitcomNBC 2016 HeartbeatMedical dramaNBC 2016 The PathDramaHulu 2016–2018 Game of SilenceDramaNBC 2016 Co-production with Sony Pictures Television Maya & MartyVariety comedyNBC 2016 Uncle BuckComedyABC 2016 Co-production with ABC Studios The Good PlaceComedyNBC 2016–2020 TimelessAction / adventure dramaNBC 2016–2018 Co-production with Sony Pictures Television Pure GeniusMedical dramaCBS 2016–2017 Co-production with CBS Television StudiosEmerald CityFantasy dramaNBC 2017 The Blacklist: RedemptionCrime dramaNBC 2017 Co-production with Sony Pictures Television TakenAction dramaNBC 2017–2018 Co-production with EuropaCorp TelevisionChicago JusticeLegal dramaNBC 2017 Co-production with Wolf Films Great NewsComedyNBC 2017–2018 GypsyThriller dramaNetflix 2017 The Bold TypeDramaFreeform 2017–present Midnight, TexasParanormal dramaNBC 2017–2018 MarlonComedyNBC 2017–2018 The BraveMilitary dramaNBC 2017–2018 Law & Order: True CrimeCrime drama anthologyNBC 2017 Co-production with Wolf Films Will & GraceSitcomNBC 2017–2020 Produced from 1998 until 2004 by NBC Studios, and from 2004 to 2006 by NBC Universal Television Studio Wisdom of the CrowdCrime dramaCBS 2017–2018 Co-production with CBS Television Studios Good GirlsDramaNBC 2018–present RiseMusical dramaNBC 2018 A.P. BioComedyNBC 2018–2019 Peacock 2020–present ChampionsComedyNBC 2018 ReverieThriller dramaNBC 2018 ForeverComedyAmazon 2018 Co-production with Amazon StudiosMagnum, P.I.Crime dramaCBS 2018–present Co-production with CBS Television Studios ManifestMystery thrillerNBC 2018–2021 Co-production with Warner Bros. Television FBICrime dramaCBS 2018–present Co-production with Wolf Films/CBS Television Studios New AmsterdamMedical dramaNBC 2018–present I Feel BadComedyNBC 2018 Russian DollComedyNetflix 2019–present The Enemy WithinThriller dramaNBC 2019 The VillageDramaNBC 2019 Abby'sComedyNBC 2019 The InBetweenCrime dramaNBC 2019 Four Weddings and a FuneralAnthologyHulu 2019 Co-production with MGM TelevisionA Little Late with Lilly SinghTalk ShowNBC 2019–present Bluff City LawLegal dramaNBC 2019 Perfect HarmonyComedyNBC 2019–2020 Co-production with 20th Century Fox Television SunnysideComedyNBC 2019 Almost FamilyDramaFOX 2019–2020 Co-production with Fox EntertainmentFBI: Most WantedCrime dramaCBS 2020–present Co-production with CBS Television Studios Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt for the Bone CollectorCrime dramaNBC 2020 Co-production with Sony Pictures Television Little AmericaAnthologyApple TV+ 2020–present IndebtedComedyNBC 2020 Co-production with Sony Pictures Television DuncanvilleAnimated comedyFOX 2020–present Co-production with 20th Century Fox Television and co-production with Fox Entertainment Zoey's Extraordinary PlaylistMusic dramaNBC 2020–2021 Co-production with Lionsgate TelevisionAmazing StoriesAnthologyApple TV+ 2020–present Council of DadsDramaNBC 2020 The Baker and the BeautyRomantic comedyABC 2020 Co-production with ABC Studios Never Have I EverComedyNetflix 2020–present AwayDramaNetflix 2020 WilmoreComedic talk showPeacock 2020 The Amber Ruffin ShowComedic talk showPeacock 2020–present Connecting...ComedyNBC 2020 Saved by the BellComedyPeacock 2020–present Mr. MayorComedyNBC 2021–present The EqualizerCrime dramaCBS 2021–present Co-production with CBS Studios Young RockComedyNBC 2021–present KenanComedyNBC 2021–present Punky BrewsterComedyPeacock 2021 DebrisSci-fi dramaNBC 2021–present Co-production with Legendary TelevisionLaw & Order: Organized CrimeCrime dramaNBC 2021–present Rutherford FallsComedyPeacock 2021–present Girls5evaComedyPeacock 2021–present That Damn Michael CheSketch comedyHBO Max 2021–present Schmigadoon!Musical comedyApple TV+ 2021–present Q-ForceAnimated comedyNetflix 2021–present The Gilded AgePeriod dramaHBO 2021–present MulliganAnimated comedyNetflix 2021–present MacGruberComedyPeacock 2021–present Bel-AirDramaPeacock 2021–present American AutoComedyNBC 2021–present Grand CrewComedyNBC 2021–present La BreaDramaNBC 2021–present Bust DownComedyPeacock 2021–present FBI: InternationalCrime dramaCBS 2021–present Co-production with CBS Studios Ordinary JoeDramaNBC 2021–present Co-production with 20th TelevisionLaw & Order: For the DefenseLegal dramaNBC 2021/2022–present The Best Man: Final ChaptersDramedyPeacock 2022–present Dan Brown's The Lost SymbolDramaPeacock 2022–present Co-production with CBS Studios
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