List of Fremantle productions

This is a list of shows produced by Fremantle, a British international television content and production/distribution subsidiary of Bertelsmann's RTL Group, Europe's largest TV, radio, and production company.

Fremantle USAEdit

Title Network Original running Notes
The Price is Right CBS
Syndication
1972–present
1972–80, 1985–86, 1994–95
co-production with Mark Goodson-Bill Todman Productions/Mark Goodson Productions (1972–2007)
syndicated by: Viacom Enterprises (1972–1980), The Television Program Source (1985–1986) & Paramount Domestic Television (1994–1995)
Family Feud ABC
CBS
Syndication
1976–1985
1988–1993
1977–1985, 1988–95, 1999–present
co-production with Mark Goodson-Bill Todman Productions (1976–82), Mark Goodson Productions (1982–85, 1988–95, 1999–2002)
syndicated by Viacom Enterprises (1977–1985), LBS Communications (1988–92), All American Television (1992–1995), Pearson Television (1999–2001), Tribune Entertainment (2001–2007), Debmar-Mercury (2007–)
The ALEMANs CBS 1989-1990 co-production with Film Roman
Never Mind the Buzzcocks VH1 2002 Co-production with Eyeboogie Inc.
Whammy! The All-New Press Your Luck Game Show Network 2002–2003 In season 2, the show was later renamed as Whammy! in 2003
American Idol Fox
ABC
2002–2016
2018–present
Co-produced with 19 Entertainment
Beat the Clock PAX
Universal Kids
2002–2003
2018
co-production with Paxson Entertainment and Tick Tock Productions, Ltd.
American Juniors Fox 2003
World Idol Fox 2003–2004
Cupid CBS 2003 co-production with Pilgrim Films & Television
Your Face or Mine? MTV 2004
The Complex: Malibu Fox 2004
The Swan Fox 2004 co-production with A. Smith & Co. Productions, George Paige Associates Inc. and Galan Entertainment
Distraction Comedy Central 2005–2006
American Inventor ABC 2006-2007 co-production with Peter Jones Productions and Syco Television
The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency Oxygen 2006–2008 co-production with Krasnow Productions
America's Got Talent NBC 2006–present Co-produced with Syco Entertainment
Monarch Cove Lifetime 2006
Celebrity Duets Fox 2006
Gameshow Marathon CBS 2006 co-production with Granada America
Temptation Syndication 2007–2008
The Next Great American Band Fox 2007
Thank God You're Here NBC 2007 co-production with Working Dog Productions
Celebrity Family Feud NBC
ABC
2008
2015–present
Million Dollar Password CBS 2008–2009
Hole in the Wall Fox
Cartoon Network
2008–2009
2010–2012
Can You Duet CMT 2008–2009
Rock the Cradle MTV 2008
She's Got the Look TV Land 2008–2010 Produced as FremantleMedia Enterprises
Osbournes Reloaded Fox 2009 The original working title was The Osbournes: Loud and Dangerous
Let's Make a Deal CBS 2009–present
The Phone MTV 2009 co-production with Just-In Time Entertainment and Park Lane Productions
Secret Girlfriend Comedy Central 2009
Kirstie Alley's Big Life A&E 2010
Downfall ABC 2010
What Chilli Wants VH1 2010–2011
Jump City: Seattle G4 2011
The X Factor Fox 2011–2013 co-production with Syco Entertainment
Take Me Out Fox 2012
Total Blackout Syfy 2012–2013 co-production with Endemol, Imagecraft and SyFy productions
Bud United Presents: The Big Time ABC 2012 co-production with radical media
Perfect Score The CW 2013
The Great Christmas Light Fight ABC 2013–present
The Great Halloween Fright Fight ABC 2014 This special replaced the short-lived sitcom Manhattan Love Story
Celebrity Name Game Syndication 2014–2017 co-production with Coquette Productions, Entertain the Brutes, Green Mountain West Inc. and CBS Television Studios
Syndicated by Debmar-Mercury and 20th Television (ad sales)
To Tell the Truth ABC 2016–present co-production with Gaspin Media
Match Game ABC 2016–present co-production with Triple Threat Productions and Entertain the Brutes
American Gods Starz 2017–present co-production with Living Dead Guy, J.A. Green Construction Corp. and The Blank Corporation
The Noise Universal Kids 2017
IWitness Syndication 2017 co-production with Queen Bee Production and Entertain the Brutes
Double Dare Nickelodeon 2018–19
America's Got Talent: The Champions NBC 2019–present
Press Your Luck ABC 2019–present co-production with Brownstone Productions
Card Sharks ABC 2019–present co-production with Start Entertainment

495 ProductionsEdit

Title Network Original running Notes
Nashville Star USA Network
NBC
2003–2007
2008
Co-produced with Reveille Productions
HGTV Design Star HGTV 2006
The Big Party Plan-Off Style Network 2007-2009
A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila MTV 2007-2008
A Shot at Love II with Tila Tequila MTV 2008
That's Amore! MTV 2008
A Double Shot at Love with the Ikki Twins MTV 2008-2009
HGTV $250,000 Challenge HGTV 2009
More to Love Fox 2009
Dance Your Ass Off Oxygen 2009-2010
Tool Academy VH1 2009–2010
Disaster Date MTV 2009-2011
Jersey Shore MTV 2009-2012
My Big Friggin' Wedding VH1 2010
Mama Drama VH1 2010-2012
Wedding Wars VH1 2011
Repo Games Spike 2011-2012
Nail Files TV Guide Network 2011-2012
Viral Video Showdown Syfy 2012
Friendzone MTV 2011-2014
Party Down South CMT 2014–2016
Pontoon Payday CMT 2015
Invite Only Cabo Bravo 2017
Double Shot at Love with DJ Pauly D & Vinny MTV 2019–present
Paradise Hotel Fox 2019

Original ProductionsEdit

Title Network Original running Notes
Monster Garage Discovery Channel 2002–2006
Monster House Discovery Channel 2003–2006
Big! Discovery Channel 2004
Ballroom Bootcamp TLC 2005–2007
Verminators Discovery Channel 2008–2009
1000 Ways to Die Spike 2008–2012 co-production with Spike
Black Gold truTV 2008–2013
PitchMen Discovery Channel 2009–2011
Swords: Life on the Line Discovery Channel 2009–2012
Motor City Motors Discovery Channel 2009–2010
Coal Spike 2011 co-production with Spike
Around the World in 80 Ways History 2011

Random House StudioEdit

Title Network Original running Notes
Heartland Table Food Network 2013–2014 co-production with Tavola Productions

FremantleMedia Kids and FamilyEdit

As of 25 January 2018, FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment is now owned by Boat Rocker Media.[1]

Title Network Original running Notes
Billy the Cat Canal+
ZDF
1996–2001 Distribution only since 2001; produced by EVA Entertainment, Les Films du Triangle, Dupuis, NOA Network of Animation, Sofidoc S.A., La Fabrique, Siriol Productions, and Cologne Cartoon (season 1)
Really Me Family 2011–2013 co-production with Fresh TV
My Babysitter's a Vampire Teletoon 2011–2012 co-production with Fresh TV
Monsuno Nicktoons
TV Tokyo
2012–2014 Co-produced with Jakks Pacific, Dentsu Entertainment Inc., The Topps Company, Larx Entertainment, Nickelodeon Productions
Tree Fu Tom CBeebies 2012–2016 co-production with CBeebies and Blue-Zoo Productions
The Aquabats! Super Show! Hub Network 2012–2014 co-production with The Magic Store
Wizards vs Aliens CBBC 2012–2014 co-production with BBC Cymru Wales
Ella the Elephant TVOKids 2013–2014 co-production with DHX Cookie Jar Inc.
Alien Dawn Nicktoons
TeenNick
2013–2014 co-production with Crook Brothers Productions and Larry Schwarz and His Band
Max Steel Disney XD
Netflix
2013–2016 co-production with Nerd Corps Entertainment, Mattel Playground Productions
Grojband Teletoon 2013–2015 Co-produced with Fresh TV and Neptoon Studios
Strange Hill High CBBC 2013–2014 co-production with Factory Transmedia
Kate & Mim-Mim CBeebies 2014–present co-production with Nerd Corps Entertainment and DHX Media
Danger Mouse CBBC 2015–present Co-produced with Boulder Media
The Who Was? Show Netflix 2018 co-production with Penguin Random House

Animation CollectiveEdit

As of September 2018, the Animation Collective library is distributed by Cake Entertainment.[2]

Fremantle UKEdit

BoundlessEdit

Title Network Original running Notes
Grand Designs Channel 4 1999–present continued from Talkback Thames
Escape to the Country BBC One 2002–present continued from Talkback Thames
The Apprentice BBC Two
BBC One
2005–present continued from Talkback Thames; co-production with Mark Burnett Productions/United Artists Media Group/MGM Television
The Apprentice: You're Fired! BBC Three
BBC Two
2006–present continued from Talkback Thames; co-production with Mark Burnett Productions/United Artists Media Group/MGM Television
Great British Railway Journeys BBC Two 2010–present continued from Talkback Thames
Young Apprentice BBC Two 2010–2012 continued from Talkback Thames; co-production with Mark Burnett Productions
Four Rooms Channel 4
More4
2011–present continued from Talkback Thames
Great Continental Railway Journeys BBC Two 2012–present
My Kitchen Rules Sky Living 2014
An Hour to Save Your Life BBC Two 2014–present
Great American Railroad Journeys BBC Two 2016–present

RetortEdit

Title Network Original running Notes
The IT Crowd Channel 4 2006–2013 continued from Talkback Thames; co-production with Delightful Industries
PhoneShop E4 2010–2011
2013
continued from Talkback Thames
Count Arthur Strong BBC One
BBC Two
2013
2015–2017
co-production with Komedia Entertainment and Delightful Industries
Birds of a Feather ITV 2014–present co-production with Quirkymedia Stuff
Chewing Gum E4 2015–present

TalkbackEdit

ThamesEdit

Title Network Original running Notes
The X Factor ITV 2004–present continued from Talkback Thames; co-production with Syco Entertainment
All Star Family Fortunes ITV 2006–2015 continued from Talkback Thames
Britain's Got Talent ITV 2007–present continued from Talkback Thames; co-production with Syco Entertainment
Take Me Out ITV 2010–present continued from Talkback Thames
1001 Things You Should Know Channel 4 2012–2013
All New Blockbusters Challenge 2012
Let's Go Gold ITV 2012 co-production with Superhero TV
Break the Safe BBC One 2013–2014 co-production with BBC Scotland
Rebound ITV 2015–present
Bang on the Money ITV 2016
The Chart [3] BBC One TBA

Thames TelevisionEdit

Reeves EntertainmentEdit
Title Network Original running Notes
The Kids From C.A.P.E.R. NBC 1976–1977 U.S. distribution by NBCUniversal Television Distribution
In Search of... Syndication 1977–1982 U.S. distribution by NBCUniversal Television Distribution
Between the Wars Mobil Showcase Network 1978
The Chisholms CBS 1979–1980
That's Incredible! ABC 1980–1984 U.S. distribution by NBCUniversal Television Distribution
Those Amazing Animals ABC 1980–1981 U.S. distribution by NBCUniversal Television Distribution
The Krypton Factor ABC 1981 in association with MCA Television Enterprises
Gimme a Break! NBC 1981–1987 U.S. distribution by NBCUniversal Television Distribution
No Soap, Radio ABC 1982 co-production with The Alexander Smith Company and Mort Lachman & Associates
Baby Makes Five ABC 1983
Life's Most Embarrassing Moments ABC
Syndication
1983–1986
1988–1989
The Pop 'N Rocker Game Syndication 1983–1984 co-production with MCA TV and Ron Greenberg Productions
Kennedy NBC 1983 mini-series; co-production with Central Independent Television
Kate & Allie CBS 1984–1989 U.S. distribution by NBCUniversal Television Distribution
Spencer NBC 1984–1985 co-production with Mort Lachman and Associates
I Married Dora ABC 1987–1988 co-production with Welladay Inc.
distributed by Sony Pictures Television
The Thorns ABC 1988
The Home Show ABC 1988–1994 Produced by New World Television from 1993–1994
Doctor Doctor CBS 1989–1991 U.S. distribution by Sony Pictures Television
Jackpot! Syndication 1989–1990 co-production with Bob Stewart Productions
Currently owned by Sony Pictures Television
Wild & Crazy Kids Nickelodeon 1990–1992 co-production with Nickelodeon
co-owned with Viacom
What Would You Do? Nickelodeon 1991–1993 co-production with Nickelodeon
co-owned with Viacom
Covington Cross ABC 1992
The Tomorrow People ITV
Nickelodeon
1992–1995 Produced by Tetra Films in association with Thames Television
Homicide: Life on the Street NBC 1993 season 1 only
Distributed by NBCUniversal Television Distribution

Euston FilmsEdit

Title Network Original running Notes
Special Branch ITV 1969–1974 co-production with Thames Television
Van der Valk ITV 1972–1973
1977
1991–1992
co-production with Thames Television
The Sweeney ITV 1975–1978 co-production with Thames Television
Danger UXB ITV 1979
Quatermass ITV 1979 co-production with Thames Television
Minder ITV 1979–1994 co-production with Thames Television (1979–1991) and Central (1993–1994)
Fox ITV 1980 co-production with Thames Television
Widows ITV 1983
1985
Reilly, Ace of Spies ITV 1983
Selling Hitler ITV 1991 co-production with Thames Television and Warner Sisters Productions
Hard Sun BBC One, Hulu 2018 upcoming

Talkback ThamesEdit

Title Network Original running Notes
The Bill ITV 1984–2010 continued from Thames Television
They Think It's All Over? BBC One 1995–2006 continued from Talkback
Property Ladder Channel 4 2001–2009 continued from Talkback
How Clean Is Your House? Channel 4 2003–2009 continued from Talkback
Green Wing Channel 4 2004–2007 continued from Talkback
Poisoned Sky One 2005
The Smith and Jones Sketchbook BBC One 2006
The Price is Right ITV 2006–2007
PokerFace ITV 2006–2007 co-production with Gallowgate
The Sharon Osbourne Show ITV 2006
Manhunt – Solving Britain's Crimes ITV 2006–2007
Dale's Supermarket Sweep ITV 2007
Grease Is the Word ITV 2007 co-production with Syco TV
As the Bell Rings Disney Channel 2007–2008
Thank God You're Here ITV 2008
Hole in the Wall BBC One 2008–2009 co-production with BBC Scotland
Monday Monday ITV 2009
Minder Channel 5 2009
Richard Bacon's Beer & Pizza Club ITV4 2010–2011
The King is Dead BBC Three 2010
The Rob Brydon Show BBC Two 2010–2012

Alomo ProductionsEdit

Title Network Original running Notes
Birds of a Feather BBC1 1989–1998
Nightingales Channel 4 1990–1993
Get Back BBC1 1992–1993
Goodnight Sweetheart BBC One 1993–1999
Hearts and Minds Channel 4 1995 co-production with WitzEnd Productions
Grown Ups BBC One 1997
Believe Nothing ITV 2002

Pearson TelevisionEdit

Title Network Original running Notes
Family Fortunes ITV 1980–2002 co-production with Carlton Television
formerly produced by ATV/Central, Talbot Television and Goodson-Todman Productions
Press Your Luck CBS 1983–1986 produced by The Carruthers Company
Baywatch NBC
Syndication
1989–2001 continued from All-American Television; co-production with GTG Entertainment (1989–1990), The Baywatch Company, Tower 12 Productions (1991–2001) and Tower 18 Production Company (1996–2001)
Dale's Supermarket Sweep ITV 1993–2001 co-production with Carlton Television
series 1–5 produced by Central and Talbot Television
Air America Syndication 1998–1999 co-production with The Fremantle Corporation
Match Game Syndication 1998–1999
100% Syndication 1999 co-production with O.H.P Productions
I've Got A Secret Oxygen
Game Show Network
2000–2001
2006
co-production with Oxygen Media and Paramount Television (2000–01), co-production with Burt Dubrow Production and Get Real Entertainment (2006)
To Tell the Truth Syndication 2000–2002
Card Sharks Syndication 2001–2002
Ο Πιο Αδύναμος Κρίκος
(Greek version of The Weakest Link)
MEGA 2001–2003 continued by FremantleMedia after 2001
Ποιος θέλει να γίνει εκατομμυριούχος (Greek version of Who Wants to be a Millionaire?) MEGA

NET

Alpha TV

1999–2006 continued by FremantleMedia after 2001
Greed Fox 1999–2000 produced by Dick Clark Productions, distributed by Pearson Television France (exclude USA) and 20th Century Fox Television.

ACIEdit

Title Network Original running Notes
Tucker's Witch CBS 1982 produced by Hill/Mandelker Films
The Great Los Angeles Earthquake NBC 1990 mini-series; produced by Von Zerneck Sertner Films
Angel Falls CBS 1993 produced by The Konigsberg/Sanitsky Company
High Tide Syndication 1994–1997 produced by Franklin/Waterman 2

All-American Television/Fremantle Production (1980–1998)Edit

Title Network Original running Notes
America's Top 10 Syndication 1980–1992 Distributed by Gold Key Media until AATV was formed in 1982
Fridays ABC 1980–1982 Distribution only
Currently distributed by Shout! Factory and Retro Video
Wordplay NBC 1986–1987 produced by Fiedler-Berlin Productions, Rick Ambrose Productions and Scotti Bros.-Syd Vinnedge Television
The Howard Stern Channel 9 Show WWOR-TV 1990–1992
Acapulco H.E.A.T. M6/Syndication 1993–1994
1997
produced by Balenciaga Productions, M6 Films, CNC, Les Films du Triangle, Film Groupe S. A. (1993–94), France Triangle Films (1996) and Max Keller & Micheline Keller Productions
Currently owned by Keller Entertainment Group
Beach Clash Syndication 1994–1995 co-production with Taylorvision and First Media Entertainment
Sirens Syndication 1994–1995 distribution for season 2
No longer distributed by FremantleMedia
The Richard Bey Show Syndication 1995–1996
Baywatch Nights Syndication 1995–1997 co-production with The Baywatch Company, Tower 12 Productions and Tower 18 Production Company (1996–1997)
The Adventures of Sinbad Global/Syndication 1996–1998 co-production with Alliance Atlantis and Canwest
Rights now owned by Echo Bridge Entertainment
Ghost Stories Fox Family 1997–1998 co-production with New Dominion Pictures
Goodson-Todman/Mark Goodson ProductionsEdit
Title Network Original running Notes
Winner Take All CBS
NBC
1948–1952
Stop the Music ABC 1949–1952
1954–1956
In association with Louis Cowan Productions
The Web CBS
NBC
1950–1954
1957
By Popular Demand CBS 1950
What's My Line? CBS
Syndication
1950–1975 1967–1975 episodes distributed by CBS Enterprises/Viacom
Beat the Clock CBS
ABC
Syndication
1950–1961
1969–1974
1979–1980
co-production with The Clock Company (1979–1980)
It's News to Me CBS 1951–1954
The Name's the Same ABC 1951–1955
Two for the Money NBC
CBS
1952–1957
I've Got A Secret CBS
Syndication
1952–1967
1972–1973
1976
Judge for Yourself NBC 1953–1954
What's Going On ABC 1954
Make the Connection NBC 1955
Choose Up Sides CBS
NBC
1956
To Tell the Truth CBS
NBC
Syndication
1956–1978
1980–1981
1990–1991
Goodyear Theatre NBC 1957–1960
Play Your Hunch CBS
ABC
NBC
1958–1963
Jefferson Drum NBC 1958 The show was also known as The Pen and the Quill
The Rebel ABC 1959–1961
Split Personality NBC 1959–1960
Philip Marlowe ABC 1959–1960 Co-produced by California National Productions
One Happy Family NBC 1961
Say When!! NBC 1961–1965
Number Please ABC 1961
Password CBS
ABC
1961–1967
1971–1975
Match Game NBC
CBS
ABC
Syndication
1962–1969
1973–1982
1990–1991
Branded NBC 1965–1966
The Don Rickles Show ABC 1968–1969
Concentration Syndication 1973–1978
Match Game-Hollywood Squares Hour NBC 1983–1984 co-produced by Orion Television
Missing Links NBC
ABC
1963–1964
The Richard Boone Show NBC 1963–1964
Get the Message ABC 1964
Call My Bluff NBC 1965
Snap Judgment NBC 1967–1969
He Said, She Said Syndication 1969–1970
Now You See It CBS 1974–1975
1989
Tattletales CBS
Syndication
1974–1978
1982–1984
Showoffs ABC 1975
Double Dare CBS 1976–1977
The Better Sex ABC 1977–1978
Card Sharks NBC
CBS
Syndication
1978–1981
1986–1989
Mindreaders NBC 1979–1980
Password Plus NBC 1979–1982
That's My Line CBS 1980–1981
Blockbusters NBC 1980–1982
1987
Child's Play CBS 1982–1983
Body Language CBS 1984–1986
Super Password NBC 1984–1989
Trivia Trap ABC 1984–1985
Classic Concentration NBC 1987–1991

Fremantle AustraliaEdit

Title Network Original running Notes
Neighbours Seven Network
Network Ten
10 Peach
1985–present continued from Grundy Television
Shortland Street TVNZ 2 1992–present continued from Grundy Television; co-production with South Pacific Pictures
Temptation Nine Network 2005–2009
Australia's Got Talent Seven Network
Nine Network
2007–2013
2016
co-production with SYCOtv
The Farmer Wants a Wife Nine Network 2007–2016
Comedy Slapdown The Comedy Channel 2008
Taken Out Network Ten 2008–2009 replaced by Take Me Out and moved to Seven Network from 2018 – now
Ultimate School Musical Fox8 2008
So You Think You Can Dance Australia Network Ten 2008–2010
Project Runway Australia Arena 2008–present
The Apprentice Australia Nine Network 2009
Double Take Seven Network 2009
MasterChef Australia Network Ten 2009–2011 2012 – now, produced by Endemol Shine Australia
The X Factor Seven Network 2010–2016
Grand Designs Australia LifeStyle Channel 2010–present
The Celebrity Apprentice Australia Nine Network 2011–2015
It's a Knockout Network Ten 2011–2012 produced by Spring
Everybody Dance Now Network Ten 2012
Bindi's Bootcamp ABC3 2012–2015 co-production with 19 Entertainment
The Mole Seven Network 2013
Mr & Mrs Murder Network Ten 2013
Wentworth SoHo 2013–present
The X Factor (New Zealand) TV3 2013–2015
Family Feud (Australia) Nine Network
Seven Network
Network Ten
1977–1984
1988–1996
2014–2018
Family Feud (New Zealand) TV3 (New Zealand) 2016–present
Take Me Out Seven Network 2018–present formerly named Taken Out and broadcast by Network Ten, since 2008–2009

Grundy TelevisionEdit

Title Network Original running Notes
Concentration Nine Network
Seven Network
1959–1967
1970
Take the Hint Nine Network 1962–1966
Class of 74 Seven Network 1974–1975
Until Tomorrow Seven Network 1975–1976
The Young Doctors Nine Network 1976–1983
Chopper Squad 0-10 Network 1976–1979
Blankety Blanks 0-10 Network 1977–1978
Glenview High Seven Network 1977–1979
The Restless Years Network Ten 1977–1981
Prisoner Network Ten 1979–1986
Sale of the Century Nine Network 1980–2001
Secret Valley ABC 1980 co-production with Telecip, S.A.
Punishment Network Ten 1981
Bellamy Network Ten 1981
Wheel of Fortune Seven Network 1981–2009
Match Mates Nine Network 1981–1982
Taurus Rising Seven Network 1982
Sons and Daughters Seven Network 1982–1987
Starting Out Nine Network 1983
Waterloo Station Nine Network 1983–1984
The Perfect Match Network Ten
Seven Network
1984–1989
2002
Possession Nine Network 1985
It's a Knockout Network Ten 1985–1987
Richmond Hill Network Ten 1988
Tanamera – Lion of Singapore Central 1989 co-production with Central Independent Television
Embassy ABC 1990–1992
Bony Seven Network 1990, 1992
The Other Side of Paradise Network Ten 1992 mini-series
Mission Top Secret Network Ten 1992–1995
Man O Man Seven Network 1994
The Price Is Right ITV 1995–2001 co-production with Yorkshire Television
formerly produced with Talbot Television and Goodson-Todman Productions
Strike It Lucky ITV 1996–1999 co-production with LWT
100% Channel 5 1997–2001
Whittle Channel 5 1997–1998
Night Fever Channel 5 1997–2002 continued by Thames
Give Us a Clue BBC One 1997
Fort Boyard Channel 5 1998–2001 co-production with Adventure Line Productions
Win Beadle's Money Channel 5 1999
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? Nine Network 1999–2001
Blockbusters Sky One 2000–2001
Cash Bonanza Nine Network 2001
The Desert Forges Channel 5 2001 co-production with Adventure Line Productions
Escape of the Artful Dodger Nine Network 2001
El Rival Mas Debil
(Mexican version of The weakest Link)
Azteca Trece 2003–2008 distributed by BBC Worldwide, and co-production with Azteca
The X Factor Network Ten 2005
Bert's Family Feud Nine Network 2006–2007 continued by FremantleMedia Australia
Nerds FC SBS TV 2006–2007 continued by FremantleMedia Australia

Reg Grundy ProductionsEdit

Title Network Original running Notes
Sale of the Century NBC 1983–1989
Scrabble NBC 1984–1990
1993
co-production with Exposure Unlimited
Time Machine NBC 1985
Bruce Forsyth's Hot Streak ABC 1986
Going for Gold BBC1 1987–1996
Keynotes ITV 1989–1992 co-production with HTV West
Dangerous Women Syndication 1991–1992 co-production with Central Independent Television
Celebrity Squares ITV 1993–1997 co-production with Central Independent Television
Scattergories NBC 1993
Small Talk (UK game show) BBC1 1994–1996
Man O Man ITV 1996
1999
co-production with Angila (series 1)
Small Talk (U.S. game show) The Family Channel 1996–1997

CrackerjackEdit

Title Network Original running Notes
So Fresh TV Nine Network 2002–2006
CNNNN ABC 2002–2003 co-production with Zapruder's Other Films
Comedy Inc. Nine Network 2003–2007
Australia's Brainiest Network Ten 2004–2006
The Biggest Loser Network Ten 2006–present seasons 1–5
Quizmania Nine Network 2006–2007
Newstopia SBS One 2007–2008

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ White, Peter; White, Peter (25 January 2018). "FremantleMedia Moves Out Of Kids Content, Sells Unit To Canada's Boat Rocker". Retrieved 30 April 2019.
  2. ^ Milligan, Mercedes (13 September 2018). "CAKE Acquires Animation Collective Library". Retrieved 30 April 2019.
  3. ^ Lodderhouse, Diana (June 9, 2017). "BBC One Launching New Singing Talent Competition 'The Chart'". Deadline. Retrieved June 9, 2017.