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List of Universal Television programs

Here is a partial list of television series and notable made-for-TV movies produced by Universal Studios, at one time one of the most prolific producers of TV programs in the United States.

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Revue StudiosEdit

Title Original run Network Notes
The Adventures of Kit Carson 1951–1955 Syndication
Schlitz Playhouse of Stars 1951–1959 CBS co-production with Meridian Productions
Biff Baker, U.S.A. 1952–1953 CBS
Meet Mr. McNutley 1953–1955 CBS
General Electric Theater 1953–1962 CBS
Studio 57 1954–1958 DuMont/Syndication
Star Stage 1955–1956 NBC
Alfred Hitchcock Presents 1955–1962 CBS/NBC co-production with Shamley Productions
State Trooper 1956–1959 Syndication
Tales of Wells Fargo 1957–1962 NBC co-production with Overland Productions (seasons 1–5) and Juggernaut, Inc. (season 6)
Bachelor Father 1957–1962 CBS/NBC/ABC co-production with Bachelor Productions
Wagon Train 1957–1965 NBC/ABC Season 1–6 produced by Revue Studios; Season 7–8 produced by Universal Television
M Squad 1957–1960 NBC co-production with Latimer Productions
The Restless Gun 1957–1959 NBC co-production with Window Glen Productions
Suspicion 1957–1958 NBC co-production with Shamley Productions
Leave It to Beaver 1957–1963 CBS/ABC co-production with Gomalco Productions (seasons 1–4) and Kayro Productions (seasons 5–6)
Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer 1958–1959 Syndication
Buckskin 1958–1959 NBC
Cimarron City 1958–1959 NBC
Startime 1959–1960 NBC
Johnny Staccato 1959–1960 NBC
Markham 1959–1960 CBS co-production with Markham Productions
The Deputy 1959–1961 NBC
Riverboat 1959–1961 NBC co-production with Meladre Co.
Laramie 1959–1963 NBC
Shotgun Slade 1959–1961 CBS
Overland Trail 1960 NBC
The Tall Man 1960–1962 NBC
Thriller 1960–1962 NBC
Checkmate 1960–1962 CBS
Bringing Up Buddy 1960–1961 CBS co-production with Kayro Productions
Alcoa Premiere 1961–1963 ABC
The Investigators 1961 CBS
Ichabod and Me 1961–1962 CBS co-production with Kayro-J&M Productions
The New Bob Cummings Show 1961–1962 CBS
Whispering Smith 1961 NBC co-production with Whispering Co.
87th Precinct 1961–1962 NBC
It's a Man's World 1962–1963 NBC
Wide Country 1962–1963 NBC co-production with Ralph Edwards Productions
Going My Way 1962–1963 ABC co-production with My Way Co.
McHale's Navy 1962–1966 ABC co-production with Sto-Rev Co.

Season 1 produced by Revue Studios; Season 2–4 produced by Universal Television

The Virginian 1962–1971 NBC Season 1 produced by Revue Studios; Season 2–9 produced by Universal Television

Universal TelevisionEdit

Title Original run Network Notes
The Woody Woodpecker Show 1957–1958 ABC
Suspense Theatre 1963–1965 NBC co-production with Roncom Films
Arrest and Trial 1963–1964 ABC
Destry 1964 ABC
Broadside 1964–1965 ABC
The Munsters 1964–1966 CBS co-production with Kayro-Vue Productions
90 Bristol Court 1964–1965 NBC co-production with Kayro-Vue Productions
Convoy 1965 NBC
The John Forsythe Show 1965–1966 NBC
Tammy 1965–1966 ABC co-production with Uni-Bet Productions
Laredo 1965–1967 NBC
Run For Your Life 1965–1968 NBC co-production with Roncom Films
The Jean Arthur Show 1966-1966 CBS
The Road West 1966–1967 NBC
Pistols 'n' Petticoats 1966–1967 CBS co-production with Kayro-Vue Productions
Mister Terrific 1967 CBS
Dragnet 1967–1970 NBC/Syndication/ABC co-production with Mark VII Limited
Ironside 1967–1975 NBC co-production with Harbour Productions Unlimited
It Takes a Thief 1968–1970 ABC
The Name of the Game 1968–1971 NBC
Adam-12 1968–1975 NBC co-production with Mark VII Limited
Blondie 1968–1969 CBS co-production with Kayro-Vue Productions and King Features Presentations
The Outsider 1968–1969 NBC co-production with Universal-Public Arts Productions
The Bold Ones: The Lawyers 1968–1972 NBC co-production with Public Art Films
The Bold Ones: The Protectors 1969–1970 NBC
Harold Robbins' The Survivors 1969–1970 ABC
The Bold Ones: The New Doctors 1969–1973 NBC co-production with Harbour Productions Unlimited
Marcus Welby, M.D. 1969–1976 ABC
Paris 7000 1970 ABC
Matt Lincoln 1970–1971 ABC
The Bold Ones: The Senator 1970–1971 NBC
McCloud 1970–1977 NBC
San Francisco International Airport 1970–1971 NBC
The Psychiatrist 1970–1971 NBC
Night Gallery 1970–1973 NBC
The Man and the City 1971–1972 ABC
O'Hara, U.S. Treasury 1971–1972 CBS co-production with Mark VII Limited and David Janssen Enterprises Inc.
The D.A. 1971–1972 NBC
The Partners 1971–1972 NBC co-production with Don/Lee Productions
Alias Smith and Jones 1971–1973 ABC
Columbo 1971–1978
1989–2003
NBC
ABC
McMillan & Wife 1971–1977 NBC co-production with Talent Associates-Norton Simon
Owen Marshall: Counselor at Law 1971-1974 ABC
Sarge 1971 NBC co-production with Harbour Productions Unlimited
Cool Million 1972 NBC co-production with Public Art Films
The Sixth Sense 1972 ABC
Jigsaw 1972–1973 ABC
Madigan 1972–1973 NBC
Banacek 1972–1974 NBC
Hec Ramsey 1972–1974 NBC co-production with Mark VII Limited
Emergency! 1972–1977 NBC co-production with Mark VII Limited
Escape 1973 NBC co-production with Mark VII Limited
The Snoop Sisters 1973–1974 NBC co-production with Talent Associates-Norton Simon
Tenafly 1973–1974 NBC
Faraday and Company 1973–1974 NBC co-production with Talent Associates-Norton Simon
Griff 1973–1974 ABC co-production with Groverton Productions
Toma 1973–1974 ABC co-production with Public Art Films
Emergency +4 1973–1974 NBC co-production with Mark VII Limited and Fred Calvert Productions
Chase 1973–1974 NBC co-production with Mark VII Limited
Kojak 1973–1978 CBS
The Six Million Dollar Man 1973–1978 ABC Season 1–3 co-produced by Silverton Productions; Season 4–5 co-produced by Harve Bennett Productions
Frankenstein: The True Story 1973 NBC miniseries
Kolchak: The Night Stalker 1974–1975 ABC co-production with Francy Productions Inc.
Lucas Tanner 1974–1975 NBC
Amy Prentiss 1974–1975 NBC co-production with Francy Productions Inc.
Get Christie Love! 1974–1975 ABC co-production with Wolper Productions
The Rockford Files 1974–1980 NBC co-production with Roy Huggins-Public Arts Productions and Cherokee Productions
Sierra 1974 NBC co-production with Mark VII Limited
Sons and Daughters 1974 CBS
Saturday Night Live 1975–present NBC co-production with Broadway Video. produced as SNL Studios (1999–present)
Baretta 1975–1978 ABC co-production with Roy Huggins-Public Arts Productions
Sunshine 1975 NBC
Mobile One 1975 ABC co-production with Mark VII Limited
Don Adams' Screen Test 1975–1976 Syndication
The Invisible Man 1975–1976 NBC co-production with Silverton Productions
McCoy 1975–1976 NBC
Doctors' Hospital 1975–1976 NBC
Fay 1975–1976 NBC co-production with Witt/Thomas Productions
Ellery Queen 1975–1976 NBC co-production with Fairmount/Foxcroft Productions and Tom Ward Enterprises
Switch 1975–1978 CBS co-production with Glen A. Larson Productions
Sara 1976 CBS
Rich Man, Poor Man 1976 ABC co-production with Harve Bennett Productions
Gemini Man 1976 NBC co-production with Harve Bennett Productions
City of Angels 1976 NBC co-production with Roy Huggins-Public Arts Productions
Delvecchio 1976–1977 CBS
Holmes & Yo-Yo 1976–1977 ABC co-production with Heyday Productions Inc.
Rich Man, Poor Man Book II 1976–1977 ABC
Sirota's Court 1976–1977 NBC
Quincy, M.E. 1976–1983 NBC co-production with Glen A. Larson Productions
Baa Baa Black Sheep 1976–1978 NBC co-production with Stephen J. Cannell Productions
The Bionic Woman 1976–1978 ABC/NBC co-production with Harve Bennett Productions
The Oregon Trail 1977 NBC
Kingston: Confidential 1977 NBC co-production with R.B. Productions, Inc. and Groverton Productions, Inc.
Lanigan's Rabbi 1977 NBC co-production with Heyday Productions
Rosetti and Ryan 1977 NBC co-production with Heyday Productions
The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries 1977–1979 ABC co-production with Glen A. Larson Productions
Operation Petticoat 1977–1979 ABC co-production with Heyday Productions (season 1) and Kukoff-Harris Boiney Stoones Productions (season 2)
Richie Brockelman, Private Eye 1978 NBC co-production with Stephen J. Cannell Productions and Bunky Productions, Inc.
Sam 1978 CBS co-production with Mark VII Limited
The Eddie Capra Mysteries 1978–1979 NBC
Sword of Justice 1978–1979 NBC co-production with Glen A. Larson Productions
The Incredible Hulk 1978–1982 CBS
Battlestar Galactica 1978–1979 ABC co-production with Glen A. Larson Productions
The Duke 1979 NBC co-production with Stephen J. Cannell Productions
Delta House 1979 ABC co-production with Marty Simmons-Ivan Reitman Productions
Cliffhangers 1979 NBC
Turnabout 1979 NBC co-production with Sam Denoff Productions
Harris & Company 1979 NBC
Shirley 1979–1980 NBC co-production with Procter & Gamble Productions
Mrs. Columbo 1979–1980 NBC co-production with Gambit Productions
Buck Rogers in the 25th Century 1979–1981 NBC co-production with Glen A. Larson Productions and Bruce Lansbury Productions, Ltd. Buck Rogers characters by courtesy of Leisure Concepts and Robert C. Dille
B. J. and the Bear 1979–1981 NBC co-production with Glen A. Larson Productions
The Misadventures of Sheriff Lobo 1979–1981 NBC co-production with Glen A. Larson Productions
House Calls 1979–1982 CBS co-production with Alex Winitsky-Arlene Sellers Productions
Galactica 1980 1980 ABC co-production with Glen A. Larson Productions
Stone 1980 ABC co-production with Stephen J. Cannell Productions and Gerry Productions, Inc.
When the Whistle Blows 1980 ABC co-production with Daydreams Productions
Good Time Harry 1980 NBC
Nobody's Perfect 1980 ABC
Magnum, P.I. 1980–1988 CBS co-production with Belisarius Productions and Glen A. Larson Productions
Fitz and Bones 1981 NBC co-production with Glen A. Larson Productions
The Gangster Chronicles 1981 NBC
Darkroom 1981–1982 ABC
Shannon 1981–1982 CBS
Harper Valley PTA 1981–1982 NBC co-production with Ten-Four Productions
Simon & Simon 1981–1989 CBS
Voyagers! 1982–1983 NBC co-production with James D. Parriott Productions and Scholastic Productions
Tales of the Gold Monkey 1982–1983 ABC co-production with Belisarius Productions
Knight Rider 1982–1986 NBC co-production with Glen A. Larson Productions
The A-Team 1983–1987 NBC co-production with Stephen J. Cannell Productions
Whiz Kids 1983–1984 CBS
The New Leave It to Beaver 1983–1989 CBS/Disney Channel/TBS co-production with Telvan Productions and Qintex Productions
Legmen 1984 NBC
Domestic Life 1984 CBS co-production with 40 Share Productions
Hawaiian Heat 1984 ABC co-production with James D. Parriott Productions
Miami Vice 1984–1989 NBC co-production with Michael Mann Productions
Airwolf 1984–1987 CBS, USA Network co-production with Belisarius Productions (seasons 1–3) and Atlantis Films (season 4). Universal only produced seasons 1–3.
Murder, She Wrote 1984–1996 CBS
Charles in Charge 1984–1990 CBS/Syndication co-production with Al Burton Productions and Scholastic Productions
Street Hawk 1985 ABC co-production with Limekiln and Templar Productions
Otherworld 1985 CBS
Code Name: Foxfire 1985 NBC
Code of Vengeance 1985–1986 NBC
Misfits of Science 1985–1986 NBC co-production with James D. Parriott Productions
The Insiders 1985–1986 ABC
Amazing Stories 1985–1987 NBC co-production with Amblin Entertainment
The Equalizer 1985–1989 CBS
The New Alfred Hitchcock Presents 1985–1989 NBC/USA Network co-production with Michael Sloan Productions and Paragon Motion Pictures, Inc.
He's the Mayor 1986 ABC
Fast Times 1986 CBS
Leo & Liz in Beverly Hills 1986 CBS co-production with 40 Share Productions
Blacke's Magic 1986 NBC
Outlaws 1986–1987 CBS co-production with Mad Dog Productions
Together We Stand 1986–1987 CBS
Hard Copy 1987 CBS
A Year in the Life 1987–1988 NBC co-production with Falahey/Austin Street Productions
Private Eye 1987–1988 NBC co-production with Yerkovich Productions
The Law & Harry McGraw 1987–1988 CBS
Coming of Age 1988–1989 CBS co-production with Bungalow 78 Productions
Almost Grown 1988–1989 CBS
Gideon Oliver 1989 ABC co-production with Wolf Films Inc.
Men 1989 ABC
Christine Cromwell 1989–1990 ABC co-production with Wolf Films
Nasty Boys 1989–1990 NBC co-production with Wolf Films
B.L. Stryker 1989–1990 ABC co-production with Blue Period Productions, Inc. and T.W.S. Productions, Inc.
Quantum Leap 1989–1993 NBC co-production with Belisarius Productions
Major Dad 1989–1993 CBS co-production with S.B.B. Productions and Spanish Trail Productions
Coach 1989–1997 ABC co-production with Bungalow 78 Productions
H.E.L.P. 1990 ABC co-production Wolf Films and ABC Productions
Parenthood 1990–1991 NBC co-production with Imagine Television. Based on the 1989 film of same name by Universal Pictures and Imagine Entertainment
Uncle Buck 1990–1991 CBS co-production with Verbatim Productions. based on the 1989 film of the same name by Universal Pictures
Over My Dead Body 1990–1991 CBS
Shannon's Deal 1990–1991 NBC
Northern Exposure 1990–1995 CBS co-production with Cine-Nevada Productions (1990), Finnegan-Pinchuk Productions (1991–1995), Falahey/Austin Street Productions (1991–1992) and Brand/Falsey Productions (1992–1995)
Law & Order 1990–2010 NBC co-production with Wolf Films. Universal/NBCU only produced seasons 1–8 and 13–20.
Princesses 1991 CBS co-production with Bungalow 78 Productions
The Antagonists 1991 CBS
Harry and the Hendersons 1991–1993 Syndication co-production with Amblin Entertainment
Mann & Machine 1992 NBC co-production with Wolf Films
The Human Factor 1992 CBS co-production with Wolf Films
Delta 1992–1993 ABC co-production with Bungalow 78 Productions
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 1992–2009; 2010–2014 NBC co-production with Big Dog Productions. NBCU/Universal produced only from 2004-2009 and 2010-2014
Family Dog 1993 CBS co-production with Amblin Entertainment, Tim Burton Productions, Nelvana Limited and Warner Bros. Television. Domestic distribution only, International distribution to the series is been held by Warner Bros. International Television Distribution.
Late Night with Conan O'Brien 1993–2009 NBC co-production with Broadway Video and Conaco. NBCU/Universal produced only from 2004-2009
South Beach 1993 NBC co-production with Wolf Films
Fallen Angels 1993–1995 Showtime co-production with Propaganda Films and Mirage Enterprises
SeaQuest DSV 1993–1996 NBC co-production with Amblin Television
Blue Skies 1994 ABC co-production with Bungalow 78 Productions
M.A.N.T.I.S. 1994–1995 Fox co-production with Wilbur Force Productions and Renaissance Pictures
Earth 2 1994–1995 NBC co-production with Amblin Entertainment
TekWar 1994–1996 Syndication/USA Network/Syfy/CTV co-production with Atlantis Films, CTV Television Network, Lemli Productions, Inc., USA Network and Western International Communications
New York Undercover 1994–1998 Fox co-production with Wolf Films
Weird Science 1994–1998 USA Network co-production with St. Clare Entertainment
A Whole New Ballgame 1995 ABC co-production with Bungalow 78 Productions
Partners 1995–1996 Fox co-production with Jeff & Jeff Productions
American Gothic 1995–1996 CBS co-production with Renaissance Pictures
Hercules: The Legendary Journeys 1995–1999 Syndication co-production with Renaissance Pictures. Universal only produced seasons 3 and 4.
Xena: Warrior Princess 1995–2001 Syndication co-production with Renaissance Pictures. Universal only produced seasons 2 and 3.
Sliders 1995–2000 Fox/Syfy co-production with St. Clare Entertainment
The Steve Harvey Show 1996–2002 The WB co-production with Brillstein/Grey Communications (1996–1999); Brad Grey Television (1999–2002), Winifred Hervey Productions, Stan Lathan Television and Columbia Pictures Television (1996–1998); Columbia TriStar Television (1998–2002). Universal co-produced the series from Season 4–6.
Swift Justice 1996 UPN co-production with Wolf Films
The Burning Zone 1996–1997 UPN co-production with Sandstar Productions
Mr. Rhodes 1996–1997 NBC co-production with NBC Studios
EZ Streets 1996–1997 CBS co-production with Paul Haggis Productions
Something So Right 1996–1998 NBC/ABC co-production with Big Phone Productions
Feds 1997 CBS co-production with Wolf Films
Spy Game 1997 ABC co-production with McNamara Paper Products, Inc., Renaissance Pictures and Warner Bros. Television
The Tom Show 1997–1998 The WB co-production with Clean Break Productions and Floating Cork Productions
Timecop 1997–1998 ABC
Players 1997–1998 NBC co-production with Wolf Films and NBC Studios
Team Knight Rider 1997–1998 Syndication
Just Shoot Me! 1997–2003 NBC co-production with Brillstein/Grey Communications (1997–1999); Brad Grey Television (1999–2002), Stephen Levitan Productions and Columbia Pictures Television (1997–1998); Columbia TriStar Television (1998–2002); Sony Pictures Television (2002–2003). Universal only produced from seasons 3–6.
Will & Grace 1998–2006; 2017–present NBC co-production with KoMut Entertainment (1998–2006; 2017–present), 3 Sisters Entertainment (1998–2006) and 3 Princesses and a P (2017–present). 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 Unit 1999–present NBC co-production with Wolf Films. Universal/NBCU only produced from season 4 onwards
Passions 1999–2008 NBC/The 101 Network NBCU/Universal only produced from 2004–2008.
The District 2000–2004 CBS co-production with Di Novi Pictures and CBS Productions. Universal only produced seasons 3 and 4. Domestic distribution only. International distribution of the said series is been held by CBS Studios International.
Crossing Jordan 2001–2007 NBC co-production with Tailwind Productions and Kaledo Dritte Productions. NBCU only produced the final 3 seasons of the series.
Law & Order: Criminal Intent 2001–2011 NBC co-production with Wolf Films. Universal/NBCU only produces seasons 2–7.
Sitting Ducks 2001–2003 Cartoon Network co-produced by The Krislin Company (season 1), Krislin/Elliot Digital (season 2), Creative Capers Entertainment and Sitting Ducks Productions. Universal only produced the second season.
The Agency 2001–2003 CBS co-production with Radiant Productions and CBS Productions. Universal only produced the second season.
Last Call with Carson Daly 2002–present NBC co-production with Carson Daly Productions. NBCU produced only since 2004
Robbery Homicide Division 2002–2003 CBS
Crime & Punishment 2002–2004 NBC co-production with Wolf Films, Shape Pictures and Studios USA (2002). Universal only produced the second season.
American Dreams 2002–2005 NBC co-production with Once a Frog Productions, Dick Clark Productions and NBC Studios. Universal only produced seasons 1–2 and NBCU only later produced the final season.
Monk 2002–2009 USA Network co-production with Mandeville Films and Touchstone Television. Universal/NBCU only produced the first five seasons of the series.
Nashville Star 2003–2008 USA Network /NBC co-production with 495 Productions and Reveille Productions
Las Vegas 2003–2008 NBC co-production with DreamWorks Television. NBCU/Universal only produces seasons 2–5.
Mister Sterling 2003 NBC co-production with Lawrence O'Donnell, Jr. Productions and NBC Studios
Dragnet 2003–2004 ABC co-production with Wolf Films. Revival of the 1967–70 television series by Mark VII Limited and Universal Television
Karen Sisco 2003–2004 ABC co-production with Jersey Television and Eighty-D Productions
Last Universal TV produced series before the NBC merger
Average Joe 2003–2005 NBC
Boo! 2003–2006 BBC Two/CBeebies distribution only; produced by Tell-Tale Productions
Century City 2004 CBS
LAX 2004–2005 NBC co-production with The Mark Gordon Company and Nick Thiel Productions
First Universal TV production after the NBC merger and First NBCU produced series distributed outside North America by MGM Worldwide Television Distribution
Medical Investigation 2004–2005 NBC co-production with Landscape Entertainment and Paramount Television. International distribution only, domestic distribution to the series is been held by CBS Television Distribution.
Hawaii 2004 NBC co-production with Jeff Eastin Films
Complete Savages 2004–2005 ABC co-production with Nothing Can Go Wrong Now Productions and Icon Productions
Battlestar Galactica 2004–2009 Syfy co-production with David Eick Productions, R&D TV and British Sky Broadcasting; revival of the 1978–1979 TV series by Glen A. Larson Productions and Universal Television
House 2004–2012 Fox co-production with Heel & Toe Productions, Shore Z Productions and Bad Hat Harry Productions
Committed 2005 NBC co-production with Blackie and Blondie Productions
Revelations 2005 NBC miniseries; co-production with Stillking Films and Pariah Films
Last NBCU produced series distributed outside North America by MGM Worldwide Television Distribution
Kojak 2005 NBC
Law & Order: Trial by Jury 2005–2006 NBC co-production with Wolf Films
Surface 2005–2006 NBC co-production with Rock Fish Productions
Most NBC Studios copyrighted shows from this time onward (with the exceptions of their co-productions with other studios) are now distributed worldwide by NBCU
Three Wishes 2005 NBC co-production with Glassman Media, June Road Productions and Furry Prawn Productions
The Office 2005–2013 NBC co-production with Deedle-Dee Productions and Reveille Productions (2005–2011); Shine America (2011–2013)
Teachers 2006 NBC co-production with Two Soups Productions
Heist 2006 NBC co-production with Cullen Bros. Television, Dutch Oven Productions and Sony Pictures Television
The Book of Daniel 2006 NBC co-production with Flody Co., Bumpy Night Productions and Sony Pictures Television. Domestic distribution only, International distribution to the series is been held by Sony.
Conviction 2006 NBC co-production with Wolf Films
Sons & Daughters 2006–2007 ABC co-production with Broadway Video
Heroes 2006–2010 NBC co-production with Tailwind Productions
Eureka 2006–2012 Syfy Produced from seasons 1–3
Psych 2006–14 USA Network with Pacific Mountain Productions and Tagline Television. NBCU only handles the seasons 1–2.
30 Rock 2006–13 NBC co-production with Broadway Video and Little Stranger, Inc.
Friday Night Lights 2006–2011 NBC/101 Network co-production with Imagine Television and Film 44. based on the 2004 film by Universal Pictures
The Black Donnellys 2007 NBC
Andy Barker, P.I. 2007 NBC co-production with Red Pulley Productions and Conaco
Raines 2007 NBC co-production with Nemo Films
Life 2007–2009 NBC
Bionic Woman 2007 NBC co-production with GEP Productions and David Eick Productions. Revival of the 1976–1978 TV series by Harve Bennett Productions and Universal Television
Lipstick Jungle 2008–2009 NBC co-production with Blackie and Blondie Productions
Worst Week 2008–2009 CBS co-production with Two Soups Productions, Hat Trick Productions and CBS Paramount Network Television. Domestic distribution only. International distribution of the said series is been held by CBS Studios International.
Knight Rider 2008–2009 NBC co-production with Dutch Oven Productions and Gary Scott Thompson Productions. Revival of the 1982–1986 TV series by Glen A. Larson Productions and Universal Television
Kath & Kim 2008–2009 NBC co-production with Reveille Productions and Riley-Turner Productions
My Own Worst Enemy 2008 NBC
Crusoe 2008–2009 NBC co-production with Muse Entertainment
Kings 2009 NBC
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon 2009–2014 NBC co-production with Broadway Video
The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien 2009–2010 NBC co-production with Conaco and Broadway Video
Parks and Recreation 2009–2015 NBC co-production with 3 Arts Entertainment, Deedle-Dee Productions, Polka Dot Pictures
The Philanthropist 2009 NBC co-production with Levinson/Fontana Company, Original Media and Carnival Films
Community 2009–2015 NBC/Yahoo! Screen co-production with Krasnoff/Foster Entertainment (entire run), Dan Harmon Productions (seasons 1–3; 2009–2012), Russo Brothers Films (seasons 1–3; 2009–2012), Harmonious Claptrap (seasons 5–6; 2013–2015), Yahoo Screen Originals (season 6; 2015) and Sony Pictures Television
Mercy 2009–2010 NBC
Trauma 2009–2010 NBC
The Jay Leno Show 2009–2010 NBC co-production with Big Dog Productions
Minute to Win It 2010–2011; 2013–2014 NBC/GSN co-production with Friday TV (2010–2012); Shine Limited (2012–present); Shine America (2013–14) and Smart Dog Media (2010–2011). Universal only produces the network version.
Parenthood 2010–2015 NBC co-production with Imagine Television and True Jack 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 by Universal Television and Imagine Television
100 Questions 2010 NBC co-production with Bicycle Path Productions and TagLine Television
Outlaw 2010 NBC co-production with Conaco
The Event 2010–2011 NBC co-production with Steve Stark Productions
Law & Order: LA 2010–2011 NBC co-production with Wolf Films
Outsourced 2010–2011 NBC co-production with Open 4 Business Productions and In Cahoots Productions
Perfect Couples 2010–2011 NBC
The Cape 2011 NBC
Love Bites 2011 NBC co-production with Loud Blouse Productions and Working Title Television
Prime Suspect 2011–2012 NBC co-production with Open 4 Business Productions, ITV Studios America, and Film 44
Whitney 2011–13 NBC co-production with Stuber Television (2011–2012); Bluegrass Television (2012–2013)
Up All Night 2011–12 NBC co-production with Broadway Video
Who's Still Standing? 2011 NBC co-production with Armoza Formats and Smart Dog Media
Free Agents 2011 NBC
Grimm 2011–2017 NBC co-production with GK Films, Hazy Mills Productions and Open 4 Business Productions
Smash 2012–13 NBC co-production with DreamWorks Television
Bent 2012 NBC co-production with Quill Productions and Open 4 Business Productions
Best Friends Forever 2012 NBC co-production with Open 4 Business Productions
The Mindy Project 2012–2017 FOX/Hulu co-production with 3 Arts Entertainment and Kaling International
Animal Practice 2012 NBC co-production with Open 4 Business Productions
Guys with Kids 2012–13 NBC
Go On 2012–13 NBC co-production with Open 4 Business Productions
Chicago Fire 2012–present NBC co-production with Wolf Films
Deception 2013 NBC co-production with BermanBraun
Ready for Love 2013 NBC co-production with Renegade 83 Entertainment and UnbeliEVAble Entertainment
Do No Harm 2013 NBC co-production with Open 4 Business Productions
Bates Motel 2013–2016 A&E co-production with American Genre, Carlton Cuse Production, Kerry Ehrin Productions
Camp 2013 NBC co-production with Matchbox Pictures
Hollywood Game Night 2013–present NBC co-production with Hazy Mills Productions and Mission Control Media
Brooklyn Nine-Nine 2013–present FOX/NBC co-production with Dr. Goor Productions, Fremulon Productions and 3 Arts Entertainment
The Blacklist 2013–present NBC co-production with Sony Pictures Television and Davis Entertainment
Ironside 2013 NBC co-production with Grand Via Productions and Davis Entertainment. Revival of the 1968–75 series by Harbour Productions Unlimited and Universal Television
Sean Saves the World 2013–2014 NBC/iTunes co-production with Hazy Mills Productions
Dracula 2013–2014 NBC
Chicago P.D. 2014–present NBC co-production with Wolf Films
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon 2014–present NBC co-production with Broadway Video
Late Night with Seth Meyers 2014–present NBC co-production with Broadway Video
About a Boy 2014–2015 NBC co-production with Working Title Television and Tribeca Productions. based on the 2002 film by Universal Pictures/StudioCanal
Growing Up Fisher 2014 NBC co-production with Aggregate Films and Next Thing You Know Productions
American Dream Builders 2014 NBC
Crossbones 2014 NBC co-production with P+M Image Nation
Food Fighters 2014–2015 NBC co-production with Electus
Bad Judge 2014–2015 NBC co-production with Gary Sanchez Productions
Mulaney 2014–2015 FOX co-production with 3 Arts Entertainment and Broadway Video
State of Affairs 2014–2015 NBC co-production with STX Entertainment
Allegiance 2015 NBC co-production with Matchbox Pictures
The Slap 2015 NBC co-production with Matchbox Pictures
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt 2015–2019 Netflix co-production with 3 Arts Entertainment and Little Stranger, Inc.
American Odyssey 2015 NBC
I Can Do That 2015 NBC co-production with Armoza Formats and Live Animals Productions
Mr. Robinson 2015 NBC co-production with 3 Arts Entertainment
The Carmichael Show 2015–2017 NBC co-production with 20th Century Fox Television, A24, Morningside Entertainment (pilot only), Stoller Global Solutions and Lunch Bag Snail Productions (episode 2 onwards). International distribution only, the North American distribution to series is handled by Disney-ABC Home Entertainment and Television Distribution.
The Player 2015 NBC co-production with Sony Pictures Television and Davis Entertainment
Heroes Reborn 2015–2016 NBC miniseries; co-production with Tailwind Productions (episode 1 only); Imperative Entertainment (episode 2 onwards)
Truth Be Told 2015 NBC co-production with Will Packer Productions
Master of None 2015–2017 Netflix co-production with 3 Arts Entertainment
Chicago Med 2015–present NBC co-production with Wolf Films
Superstore 2015–present NBC co-production with Spitzer Holding Company and The District
Telenovela 2015–2016 NBC
Shades of Blue 2016–2018 NBC co-production with Nuyorican Productions, EGTV Productions, Ryan Seacrest Productions, Jack Orman Productions and ADI TV Studios
Crowded 2016 NBC co-production with Hazy Mills Productions and SamJen Productions
Heartbeat 2016 NBC co-production with P.D. Oliver, Inc., Molly Bloom Productions and Reveal Productions
Game of Silence 2016 NBC with David Hudgins Productions, Carol Mendelsohn Productions, and Sony Pictures Television
The Path 2016–2018 Hulu co-production with True Jack Productions and Refuge, Inc.
Maya & Marty 2016 NBC co-production with Broadway Video, 3 Arts Entertainment and Brillstein Entertainment Partners
Uncle Buck 2016 ABC co-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 of the same name by Universal Television
The Good Place 2016–present NBC with 3 Arts Entertainment and Fremulon
Timeless 2016–2018 NBC with MiddKid Productions, Kripke Enterprises, Davis Entertainment and Sony Pictures Television
Pure Genius 2016–2017 CBS co-production with True Jack Productions and CBS Television Studios
Emerald City 2017 NBC co-production with Shaun Cassidy Productions, Oedipus Productions and Mount Moriah
The Blacklist: Redemption 2017 NBC with Davis Entertainment, The Jo(h)ns and Sony Pictures Television
Taken 2017–2018 NBC co-production with FLW Films (season 1), Boomerang Productions, Matthew Gross Entertainment (season 2) and EuropaCorp Television US
based on the 2008 film and its sequels by EuropaCorp/20th Century Fox
Chicago Justice 2017 NBC co-production with Wolf Films
Great News 2017–2018 NBC co-production with 3 Arts Entertainment, and Little Stranger, Inc. Netflix distributed the series in selected international markets
Gypsy 2017 Netflix co-production with Working Title Television
Midnight, Texas 2017–2018 NBC co-production with Moorish Dignity Productions (2017) (season 1), Discord and Rhyme (2018) (season 2) and David Janollari Entertainment
Marlon 2017–2018 NBC co-production with Biycle Path Productions, Baby Way Productions and 3 Arts Entertainment. Netflix distributed the series in selected international markets
The Bold Type 2017–present Freeform co-production with The District, Sarah Watson Productions and Freeform Original Productions
The Brave 2017–2018 NBC co-production with Kesch Studios
Law & Order: True Crime 2017–present NBC co-production with Wolf Films
Wisdom of the Crowd 2017–2018 CBS co-production with Algorithm Entertainment, Kesch Studios, and CBS Television Studios. Domestic distribution only. International distribution of the said series is been held by CBS Studios International.
A.P. Bio 2018–present NBC co-production with Broadway Video, and Sethmaker Shoemeyer Productions
Good Girls 2018–present NBC co-production with Minnesota Logging Co. Netflix distributed the series in selected international markets
Champions 2018 NBC co-production with Kalling International, and 3 Arts Entertainment. Netflix distributed the series in selected international markets
Rise 2018 NBC co-production with True Jack Productions, and Seller/Suarez Productions
Reverie 2018 NBC co-production with Extant Storytech, Energy Entertainment, Cheap Theatrics Inc. (episode 2 onward) and Amblin Television
I Feel Bad 2018 NBC co-production with Paper Kite Productions, CannyLads Productions, Seemu! Inc. and 3 Arts Entertainment
Manifest 2018–present NBC co-production with Compari Entertainment, Jeff Rake Productions and Warner Bros. Television
Magnum P.I. 2018–present CBS co-production with 101st Street Entertainment, Perfect Storm Entertainment, Davis Entertainment, and CBS Television Studios. Remake of the 1980–1988 TV series by Belisarius Productions, Glen A. Larson Productions and Universal Television. Universal owns the copyrights to the series and also handles distribution outside North America, domestic distribution to the series is been held by CBS Television Distribution.
New Amsterdam 2018–present NBC co-production with Pico Creek Productions and Mount Morah
FBI 2018–present CBS co-production with CBS Television Studios and Wolf Films. Domestic distribution only. International distribution of the said series is been held by CBS Studios International.
Russian Doll 2019-present Netflix co-production with Paper Kite Productions, Jax Media and 3 Arts Entertainment
The Enemy Within 2019-present NBC co-production with 82nd West
The Village 2019-present NBC co-production with 6107 Productions
Abby's 2019-present NBC co-production with Fremulon and 3 Arts Entertainment
The InBetween Coming 2019 NBC co-production with Heyday Television and NBCUniversal Television Studio
A Little Late with Lilly Singh NBC co-production with Unicorn Island Productions
The Gilded Age HBO co-production with HBO Original Programming
Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist NBC co-production with Jefftopia Productions and Geffen Records
Bluff City Law NBC
Sunnyside NBC co-production with Fremulon and 3 Arts Entertainment


MCA TVEdit

Title Original run Network Notes
The Jack Benny Program 1950–1965 CBS/NBC 1954–1965 produced by MCA Television
Dragnet 1951–1959 NBC distribution only; produced by Mark VII Limited
Court Martial 1966 ATV/ABC co-production with ITC Entertainment and Roncom Films, Inc.
The Big Showdown 1974–1975 ABC co-production with Don Lipp Productions and Ron Greenberg Productions
That's Incredible! 1980–1984 ABC distribution only; produced by Alan Landsburg Productions
Those Amazing Animals 1980–1981 ABC distribution only; produced by Alan Landsburg Productions
Lewis & Clark 1981–1982 NBC co-production with Carson Productions
Gimme a Break! 1981–1987 NBC distribution only; co-production with Alan Landsburg Productions (1981–1985); Reeves Entertainment Group (1985–1987)
Donkey Kong/Donkey Kong Jr. 1983–1984 CBS international distribution; produced by Ruby-Spears Productions
Foul-Ups, Bleeps & Blunders 1984–1985 ABC distribution only; produced by Bob Booker Productions
Puttin' on the Hits 1984–1988 Syndication distribution only; produced by Chris Bearde Productions and Dick Clark Productions
Kate & Allie 1984–1989 CBS distribution only; produced by Alan Landsburg Productions (1984–1985); Reeeves Entertainment Group (1985–1989)
FTV 1985–1987 Syndication distribution only; produced by Chris Bearde Productions
Airwolf 1984–1987 CBS, USA Network co-production with Belisarius Productions (seasons 1–3) and Atlantis Films (season 4). MCA TV only produced the final season.
The Blinkins 1986–1987 Syndication four specials
Amen 1986–1991 NBC co-production with Carson Productions
Home Shopping Game 1987 Syndication co-production with Home Shopping Network
Bionic Six 1987–1989 Syndication co-production with TMS Entertainment
Out of This World 1987–1991 Syndication distribution only; produced by Bob Booker Productions
Probe 1988 ABC
The Munsters Today 1988–1991 Syndication co-production with The Arthur Company
My Secret Identity 1988–1991 CTV/Syndication co-production with Sunrise Films and Scholastic Productions
The New Dragnet 1989–1990 Syndication co-production with The Arthur Company
The New Lassie 1989–1992 Syndication co-production with Al Burton Productions
Pictonary 1989 Syndication co-production with Barry & Enright Productions. Mattel owns the copyright to Pictonary
The New Adam-12 1990–1991 Syndication co-production with The Arthur Company
Shades of L.A. 1990–1991 Syndication distribution only; produced by Papazian-Hirsch Entertainment
Dream On 1990–1996 HBO co-production with St. Clare Entertainment
Roggin's Heroes 1991–1993 Syndication co-production with Jennon Productions and KNBC
Rights now owned by Fred Roggin
Tequila and Bonetti 1992 CBS co-production with Belisarius Productions
The Suzanne Somers Show 1994 Syndication
Hercules: The Legendary Journeys 1995–1999 Syndication co-production with Renaissance Pictures. MCA TV only produced the first three seasons.
Vanishing Son 1995 Syndication co-production with Stu Segall Productions
Xena: Warrior Princess 1995–2001 Syndication co-production with Renaissance Pictures. MCA TV only produced the first two seasons.
American Gothic 1995–1996 CBS co-production with Renaissance Pictures

MTEEdit

Title Original run Network Notes
The Krypton Factor 1981 ABC co-production with Alan Landsburg Productions
Swamp Thing 1990–1993 USA Network
She-Wolf of London 1990–1991 Syndication co-production with the Finnegan/Pinchuk Company and HTV
They Came from Outer Space 1990–1991 Syndication co-production with the Finnegan/Pinchuk Company
Dream On 1990–1996 HBO/Fox
Fudge 1995–1997 ABC/CBS co-production with Amblin Television
Campus Cops 1996 USA Network co-production with Chelsey Avenue Productions and St. Clare Entertainment

PolyGram Television/Universal Worldwide TelevisionEdit

Title Original run Network Notes
Dennis and Gnasher 1996–1998 CBBC co-production with HIT Entertainment, Collingwood O'Hare, Beano Productions, Hong Ying Animation, BBC Television and Flextech (Season 1 only)
The Big Easy 1996–1997 USA Network co-production with ITC Entertainment
Enid Blyton's Enchanted Lands 1997–1998 CBBC co-production with Cosgrove Hall Films, BBC Television and Abbey Home Entertainment
The Crayon Box 1997–1998 Syndication co-production with Chiodo Bros. Productions, Sunbow Entertainment and Random House Studio
The Crow: Stairway to Heaven 1998–1999 Syndication co-production with Alliance Atlantis and Crescent Entertainment
Motown Live 1998–1999 Fox
Maisy 1999–2001 Nick Jr. Universal takes over the later episodes following the folding of PolyGram Television by Seagram.
Blind Date 1999-2006 Syndication co-production with Gold Coast Television Entertainment
The 5th Wheel 2001–2004 Syndication produced by Bobwell Productions

Multimedia EntertainmentEdit

Title Original run Network Notes
The Phil Donahue Show/Donahue 1970–1996 Syndication
The Sally Jessy Raphael Show / Sally 1983–2002 Syndication Multimedia only produced and handles distribution from 1983–1996.
Young People's Specials 1984–85 Syndication
Sweethearts 1988–1989 Syndication
The Jerry Springer Show 1991–2018 Syndication Multimedia only produced and handles distribution from 1991–1996.
The $10,000 Pyramid 1991 Syndication produced by Stewart Tele Enterprises. Multimedia only handles distribution for season 2.
Rush Limbaugh: The Television Show 1992–1996 Syndication
The Dennis Prager Show 1994–95 Syndication
The Susan Powter Show 1994–95 Syndication co-production with Katz-Rush Entertainment and Woody Fraser Productions

Studios USA/USA Cable EntertainmentEdit

Universal handles the international distribution of the shows which is copyrighted by Studios USA/USA Cable Entertainment in North America from 1998 to 2002, with the exception of the program The District (which is distributed outside North America by CBS Studios International); however, the North American rights of Studios USA/USA Cable Entertainment programs were reverted to Universal in 2002.

Title Original run Network Notes
Calliope 1978–1993 USA Network co-production with Buzzco Associates
USA Tuesday Night Fights 1982–1998 USA Network
The Sally Jessy Raphael Show / Sally 1983–2002 Syndication USA only produced and handles distribution from 1998–2002.
Commander USA's Groovie Movies 1985–1989 USA Network
USA Up All Night 1989–1998 USA Network
Law & Order 1990–2010 NBC co-production with Wolf Films. USA only produced seasons 9–12.
The Jerry Springer Show 1991–present Syndication USA only produced and handles distribution from 1998–2002.
Hercules: The Legendary Journeys 1995–1999 Syndication co-production with Renaissance Pictures. USA only produced seasons 5 and 6.
Xena: Warrior Princess 1995–2001 Syndication co-production with Renaissance Pictures. USA only produced seasons 4–6.
Young Hercules 1998–1999 Fox Kids co-production with Renaissance Pictures
Brother's Keeper 1998–1999 ABC co-production with Axelrod/Widdoes Entertainment and Donald Todd Productions
Turks 1999 CBS co-production with December 3 Productions
Happy Hour 1999 USA Network
Payne 1999 CBS co-production with Big Phone Productions and Port Street Films
G vs E 1999–2000 USA Network/Sci-Fi co-production with Rockfish Films
Crossing Over with John Edward 2001–2004 Syndication USA only produced and handles distribution from 2001–2002.
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 1999–present NBC co-production with Wolf Films. USA only produced the first three seasons.
Jack of All Trades 2000 Syndication co-production with Renaissance Pictures
Cleopatra 2525 2000–2001 Syndication co-production with Renaissance Pictures
Cover Me 2000–2001 USA Network co-production with Shaun Cassidy Productions and Panomore Productions
D.C. 2000 The WB
The Invisible Man 2000–2002 Sci-Fi co-production with Stu Segall Productions
Manhattan, AZ 2000 USA Network co-production with Bats Left Throws Left Productions
The War Next Door 2000 USA Network co-production with Wellsville Films
The Huntress 2000–2001 USA Network co-production with C.C. Lyons Productions and Chelsey Avenue Productions
Deadline 2000–2001 NBC co-production with Wolf Films
Arrest & Trial 2000–2001 Syndication co-production with Mopo Entertainment and Wolf Films
The District 2000–2004 CBS co-production with Di Novi Pictures and CBS Productions. USA only produced the first two seasons.
Welcome to New York 2000–2001 CBS co-production with Worldwide Pants Incorporated, Crazy Canyon Productions, and CBS Productions
First Days 2001 NBC co-production with P.D. Oliver, Inc. and NBC Studios
Sitting Ducks 2001–2003 Cartoon Network co-produced by The Krislin Company (season 1), Krislin/Elliot Digital (season 2), Creative Capers Entertainment and Sitting Ducks Productions. USA only produced the first season.
The Agency 2001–2003 CBS co-production with Radiant Productions and CBS Productions. USA only produced the first season.
Monk 2002–2009 USA Network with Mandeville Films and Touchstone Television. USA only co-produced the first three seasons.
Tremors 2003 Sci-Fi based on the 1990 film of the same name and its sequels by Universal Pictures
Peacemakers 2003 USA Network
Battlestar Galactica 2003 Sky One/Sci-Fi miniseries; co-production with David Eick Productions, R&D TV and British Sky Broadcasting
Touching Evil 2004 USA Network
Wonder Showzen 2005–2006 MTV2 season 1 only; co-production with PFFR and MTV/MTV2 Music Group

Universal Television Alternative StudioEdit

Title Network Original running Notes
Better Late Than Never 2016–2018 NBC co-production with Storyline Entertainment, CJ E&M and Small World International Format Television.
World of Dance 2017–present NBC co-production with Nuyorican Productions
Making It 2018–present NBC co-production with Paper Kite Productions
The Awesome Show coming TBA NBC co-production with Fish Ladder, MGM Television, and Brillstein Entertainment Partners
The Titan Games 2019–present NBC co-production with A. Smith & Co. Productions and Seven Bucks Productions
‘’Bring the Funny’’ Coming 2019 NBC co-production with Just for Laughs Television

Universal Cartoon Studios/Universal Animation StudiosEdit

Title Original run Network Notes
Back to the Future 1991–1992 CBS co-production with Amblin Entertainment, BIG Pictures, Zaloom/Mayfield Productions. based on the 1985 film and its sequels by Universal Pictures.
Fievel's American Tails 1992 CBS co-production with Amblin Entertainment/Nelvana. based on the 1986 film An American Tail and its sequels by Universal Pictures
Exosquad 1993–1994 Syndication
Problem Child 1993–1994 USA Network co-production with D'Ocon Films Productions (Season 1) / Lacewood Productions (Season 2)
Monster Force 1994 Syndication co-production with Lacewood Productions
Beethoven 1994–1995 CBS co-production with Northern Lights Entertainment. based on the 1992 film and its sequels by Universal Pictures
Earthworm Jim 1995–1996 Kids' WB co-production with Shiny Entertainment and Flextech Television Limited
Savage Dragon 1995–1996 USA Network co-production with Lacewood Productions (1995 episodes) / Studio B Productions and Admit Two Productions (1996 episodes) / P3 Entertainment
The Spooktacular New Adventures of Casper 1996–1998 Fox Kids co-production with Amblin Entertainment/The Harvey Entertainment Company. based on the 1995 film by Universal Pictures
Wing Commander Academy 1996 USA Network based on the video game franchise Wing Commander by Origin Systems/Electronic Arts
Happy Tree Friends 1999–present from June 11, 2019 Universal Pictures/Universal Kids/Syfy/NBC/USA Network/Telemundo/Oxygen/E!/Bravo/KNTV/WVIT and more NBCUniversal Networks co-production with Universal Animation Studios, Universal Television and Universal Pictures. Formerly distributed by Mondo Media, Rights now owned by Universal Pictures[1]
The Mummy 2001–2003 Kids' WB co-production with The Sommers Company, Rough Draft Studios and Sunwoo Entertainment. based on the 1999 film and its sequel by Universal Pictures
Curious George 2006–2015 PBS co-production with Imagine Entertainment and WGBH. based on the 2006 film by Universal Pictures and Imagine Entertainment
The Land Before Time 2007–2008 Cartoon Network co-production with Amblin Entertainment. based on the 1988 film and its sequels by Universal Pictures
Woody Woodpecker (2018) 2018–present YouTube co-production with Splash Studios and Universal 1440 Entertainment

NBC StudiosEdit

CBS Television Distribution currently distributes most of NBC's pre-1973 series, although NBC still owns the series' copyrights. Most NBC programs made from 1973 to 2004 are distributed outside of the U.S. by MGM Worldwide Television Distribution with the exceptions of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, In the House (both are distributed worldwide by Warner Bros. Television), and World's Most Amazing Videos (distributed by Alfred Haber Distribution).

Title Original run Network Notes
Fireside Theatre 1949–1958 NBC co-production with General Television Enterprises, Hal Roach Studios and Lewman Productions/Revue Studios
Cameo Theatre 1950–1955 NBC
Victory at Sea 1952–1953 NBC
The Loretta Young Show 1953–1961 NBC co-production with Lewislor Films and Toreto Enterprises
Inner Sanctum 1954–1955 NBC
People are Funny 1954–1960 NBC
Big Town 1955–1956 NBC
The Great Gildersleeve 1955–1956 NBC
Tonight Starring Jack Paar 1957–1962 NBC
Continental Classroom 1958–1963 NBC
Fibber McGee and Molly 1959–1960 NBC
Bonanza 1959–1973 NBC
The Tab Hunter Show 1960–1961 NBC co-produced with Shunto Productions
The Americans 1961 NBC
Car 54, Where Are You? 1961–1963 NBC co-produced with Eupolis Productions
The Funny Manns 1961–1963 NBC
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson 1962–1992 NBC co-produced with Carson Productions (1980–1992)
Temple Houston 1963–1964 NBC co-produced with Warner Bros. Television and Apollo Productions
Kentucky Jones 1964–1965 NBC
Get Smart 1965–1970 NBC/CBS co-produced with Talent Associates and CBS Productions (season 5)
Animal Secrets 1966–1967 NBC
T.H.E. Cat 1966–1967 NBC
Captain Nice 1967 NBC
Accidental Family 1967–1968 NBC co-production with Sheldon Leonard Productions
The High Chaparral 1967–1971 NBC co-produced with Xanadu Productions
My Friend Tony 1969 NBC co-production with Sheldon Leonard Productions
My World and Welcome to It 1969–1970 NBC co-production with Sheldon Leonard Productions
Hot Dog 1970–1971 NBC
Make Your Own Kind of Music 1971 NBC co-production with Tomka Productions
The Tomorrow Show 1973–1982 NBC
Little House on the Prairie 1974–1983 NBC co-production with Ed Friendly Productions
Saturday Night Live 1975–present NBC co-production with Broadway Video. NBC only produced from 1975–1999; later produced as SNL Studios (1999–present)
Supertrain 1979 NBC co-production with Dan Curtis Productions
Father Murphy 1981–1983 NBC
Late Night with David Letterman 1982–1993 NBC co-production with Carson Productions and Space Age Meats Productions (1982–1990); Worldwide Pants Incorporated (1990–1993)
Rage of Angels 1983 NBC miniseries; co-production with Furia-Oringer Productions
Princess Daisy 1983 NBC miniseries; co-production with Steve Krantz Productions
Fatal Vision 1984 NBC miniseries
Hot Pursuit 1984 NBC co-production with Kenneth Johnson Productions
Punky Brewster 1984–1988 NBC/Syndication 1984–1986 produced by NBC Productions; 1987–1988 produced by Columbia Pictures Television
It's Punky Brewster 1985–1986 NBC co-produced by Ruby-Spears Enterprises. Based on the series Punky Brewster
Sara 1985 NBC co-production with UBU Productions
Kissyfur 1986–1990 NBC co-production with DIC Entertainment and Saban International (season 2)
Rage of Angels: The Story Continues 1986 NBC miniseries; co-production with Furia-Oringer Productions
Later 1988–2001 NBC
Favorite Son 1988 NBC miniseries
Hardball 1989–1990 NBC co-production with Columbia Pictures Television
Mancuso, F.B.I. 1989–1990 NBC co-production with Steve Sohmer Productions
True Blue 1989–1990 NBC co-production with Grosso-Jacobson Productions
Generations 1989–1991 NBC co-production with Old Forest Hill Productions
Saved by the Bell 1989–1993 NBC co-production with Peter Engel Productions
Blind Faith 1990 NBC miniseries
Shannon's Deal 1990–1991 NBC
Gravedale High 1990–1991 NBC co-production with Hanna-Barbera Productions
A Family for Joe 1990 NBC co-production with Grosso-Jacobson Productions
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 1990–1996 NBC co-production with The Stuffed Dog Company, Quincy Jones Productions (1990–1993) (seasons 1–3) and Quincy Jones/David Salzman Entertainment (1993–1996) (seasons 4–6)
Guys Next Door 1990–1991 NBC
Lucky Chances 1990 NBC miniseries
Man of the People 1991–1992 NBC co-production with Neal and Gary Productions
Chip & Pepper's Cartoon Madness 1991–1992 NBC co-production with DIC Entertainment and Rainforest Entertainment
Double Up 1992 NBC co-production with Slam Dunk Productions
Here and Now 1992–1993 NBC co-production with SAH Productions, Inc.
Secret Service 1992–1993 NBC co-production with Grosso-Jacobson Productions and Skyvision Entertainment
Out All Night 1992–1993 NBC co-production with PAZ, Inc., Alan Haymon Productions and The Stuffed Dog Company
Name Your Adventure 1992–1995 NBC
California Dreams 1992–1996 NBC co-production with Peter Engel Productions
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 1992–2009; 2010–2014 NBC co-production with Big Dog Productions. NBC only produced from 1992–2004.
Brains & Brawn 1993 NBC
Running the Halls 1993 NBC co-production with Steve Slavkin Productions
Saved by the Bell: The College Years 1993–1994 NBC co-production with Peter Engel Productions
Homicide: Life on the Street 1993–1999 NBC co-production with Baltimore Pictures and Reeves Entertainment. NBC Productions (1993–1996); NBC Studios (1996–1999)
Saved by the Bell: The New Class 1993–2000 NBC co-production with Peter Engel Productions. NBC Productions (1993–1996); NBC Studios (1996–2000)
Late Night with Conan O'Brien 1993–2009 NBC co-production with Broadway Video and Conaco. NBC only produced from 1993–2004.
Message from Nam 1993 NBC miniseries
The Martin Short Show 1994 NBC co-production with Dolshor Productions
Winnetka Road 1994 NBC co-production with Spelling Television
Family Album 1994 NBC miniseries
Amazing Grace 1995 NBC
JAG 1995–2005 NBC/CBS co-production with Belisarius Productions and Paramount Network Television. NBC only co-produces for the first season.
In the House 1995–1999 NBC/UPN co-production with Quincy Jones/David Salzman Entertainment and Warner Bros. Television (1999) (season 5). NBC Productions (1995–1996); NBC Studios (1996–1999)
Hang Time 1995–2000 NBC co-production with Peter Engel Productions (1997–2000). NBC Productions (1995–1996); NBC Studios (1996–2000)
The Single Guy 1995–1997 NBC co-production with Hall of Production and Castle Rock Entertainment. NBC Productions (1995–1996); NBC Studios (1996–1997)
The Pretender 1996–2000 NBC co-production with Mitchell/Van Sickle Productions, MTM Enterprises (1996–1997) (season 1) and 20th Century Fox Television (1997–2000) (seasons 2–4). International distribution only, the North American distribution to series is handled by Disney-ABC Home Entertainment and Television Distribution.
Profiler 1996–2000 NBC co-production with Three Putt Entertainment (1998–2000) (seasons 3–4) and Sander/Moses Productions (1996–1999) (seasons 1–3)
Mr. Rhodes 1996–1997 NBC co-production with Universal Television
Doomsday Virus 1996 NBC miniseries
The Tony Danza Show 1997 NBC co-production with Katie Face Productions, Kokoro Productions and Columbia TriStar Television
Union Square 1997–1998 NBC co-production with Barron/Pennette Productions and Three Sisters Entertainment
Sleepwalkers 1997–1998 NBC co-production with Columbia TriStar Television
Players 1997–1998 NBC co-production with Wolf Films and Universal Television
Working 1997–1999 NBC co-production with Davidoff/Rosenthal Productions
City Guys 1997–2001 NBC co-production with Peter Engel Productions
Sunset Beach 1997–1999 NBC co-production with Spelling Television
House Rules 1998 NBC
Conrad Bloom 1998 NBC co-production with Pennette Productions and Three Sisters Entertainment
One World 1998–2001 NBC co-production with Peter Engel Productions
Will & Grace 1998–2006 NBC co-production with KoMut Enteratinment and Three Sisters Entertainment. NBC only produced seasons 1–6.
Everything's Relative 1999 NBC co-production with Witt/Thomas Productions and Warner Bros. Television
Passions 1999–2008 NBC/The 101 Network NBC only produces from 1999–2004.
Cold Feet 1999 NBC co-production with Kerry Ehrin Productions and Granada Entertainment USA
The Mike O'Malley Show 1999 NBC
Providence 1999–2002 NBC co-production with John Masius Productions
World's Most Amazing Videos 1999–2000; 2006–2008 NBC/Spike TV co-production with Nash Entertainment
Twenty One 2000 NBC co-production with The Fred Silverman Company and The Gurin Company. Revival of the 1956–1958 game show by Jack Barry-Dan Enright Productions
The Others 2000 NBC co-production with Delusional Films and DreamWorks Television
God, the Devil and Bob 2000; 2011 NBC/Adult Swim co-production with Vanity Logo Productions and Carsey-Werner Productions. In-studio credit only during Adult Swim airings
M.Y.O.B. 2000 NBC co-production with Charade Productions
Titans 2000 NBC co-production with Spelling Television
Tucker 2000 NBC co-production with Sudden Entertainment and Regency Television
DAG 2000–2001 NBC co-production with Gordon & Conn Productions and Double Wide Productions
Cursed/The Weber Show 2000–2001 NBC co-production with Artists Television Group and Captain Shadow And Steve
Just Deal 2000–2002 NBC co-production with Lynch Entertainment and GEP Productions
Ed 2000–2004 NBC co-production with Worldwide Pants Incorporated and Viacom Productions
Three Sisters 2001–2002 NBC co-production with Blackie and Blondie Productions
First Years 2001 NBC co-production with P.D. Oliver, Inc. and Studios USA Television
The Fighting Fitzgeralds 2001 NBC co-production with Artists Television Group, Irish Twins Productions and Mauretania Productions
Emeril 2001 NBC
The Downer Channel 2001 NBC co-production with Carsey-Werner Productions
All About Us 2001 NBC co-production with Peter Engel Productions
Lost 2001 NBC
UC: Undercover 2001–2002 NBC co-production with Jersey Television, Chasing Time Pictures, Regency Television and 20th Century Fox Television
Inside Schwartz 2001–2002 NBC co-production with Stephen Engel Productions and 20th Television
Crossing Jordan 2001–2007 NBC co-production with Tailwind Productions and Kaledo Dritte Productions. NBC produced only from 2001–2004
Last Call with Carson Daly 2002–present NBC co-production with Carson Daly Productions. NBC produced only from 2002–2004
Leap of Faith 2002 NBC co-production with Perkins Street Productions
The Rerun Show 2002 NBC co-production with David Salzman Enterprises, John Davies Enterprises, Inc. and Columbia TriStar Television
Boomtown 2002–2003 NBC co-production with Nemo Films and DreamWorks Television
In-Laws 2002–2003 NBC co-production with Grammnet Productions and Paramount Network Television
Dog Eat Dog 2002–2003 NBC co-production with BBC Worldwide Americas
Watching Ellie 2002–2003 NBC co-production with Hammond's Reef Productions
Hidden Hills 2002–2003 NBC co-production with Primarily Entertainment and Rude Mood Productions
American Dreams 2002–2005 NBC co-production with Once a Frog Productions, Dick Clark Productions and Universal Network Television. NBC only produced seasons 1–2.
America's Most Talented Kid 2003–2005 NBC/PAX NBC only produces the first season.
A.U.S.A. 2003 NBC co-production with Persons Unknown Productions and 20th Century Fox Television
Hunter 2003 NBC co-production with 20th Century Fox Television and Stu Segall Productions
Lost at Home 2003 ABC co-production with Michael Jacobs Productions and Touchstone Television
Mister Sterling 2003 NBC co-production with Lawrence O'Donnell, Jr. Productions and Universal Television
Kingpin 2003 NBC co-production with Knee Deep Productions and Spelling Television
Coupling 2003 NBC co-production with Reveille Productions, Hartswood Films and BBC Worldwide Americas
Whoopi 2003–2004 NBC co-production with One Ho Productions and Carsey-Werner-Mandabach Productions
The Tracy Morgan Show 2003–2004 NBC co-production with Broadway Video and Carsey-Werner-Manadbach Productions
Happy Family 2003–2004 NBC co-production with Guarascio/Port Productions
Average Joe 2003–2005 NBC
Las Vegas 2003–2008 NBC co-production with Gary Scott Thompson Productions and DreamWorks Television. NBC only produced season 1.
Come to Papa 2004 NBC co-production with Warner Bros. Television
Next Action Star 2004 NBC co-production with Warner Bros. Television, Silver Pictures Television, Brass Ring Productions and GRB Entertainment
Last NBC produced series before its merger with Universal

California National ProductionsEdit

Most of California National Productions' series are currently distributed by CBS Television Distribution.

Title Original run Network Notes
Frontier 1955–1956 NBC
The Adventures of Hiram Holliday 1956–1957 NBC
Boots and Saddles 1957–1958 Syndication
The Silent Service 1957–1958 Syndication co-production with Twin Dolphin Productions, Inc.
Flight 1958–1959 Syndication
Union Pacific 1958–1959 Syndication
Philip Marlowe 1959–1960 ABC co-production with Mark Goodson-Bill Todman Productions
Pony Express 1959–1960 Syndication
The Lawless Years 1959–1961 NBC co-production with Jack Chertok Television Productions
The Blue Angels 1960–1961 Syndication
The Jim Backus Show 1960–1961 Syndication

NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment GroupEdit

Title Original run Network Notes
Talk Soup 1991–2002 E!
E! True Hollywood Story 1996–2014 E!
Celebrity Profile 1997–2001 E!
Wild On! 1997–2003 E!
Mysteries and Scandals 1998–2001 E!
Bravo Profiles 2000–2002 Bravo
The Look for Less 2001–2003 Style
Revealed with Jules Asner 2001–2003 E!
Blister 2002–2004 G4techTV
Arena 2002–2005 G4techTV
Cheat! 2002–2009 G4
Cinematech 2002–2007 G4
Filter 2002–2006 G4
G4tv.com 2002–2005 G4
Game On 2002 G4
Icons 2002–2007 G4
Judgment Day 2002–2006 G4
Players 2002–2004 G4techTV
Portal 2002–2004 G4techTV
Pulse 2002–2004 G4techTV
The Anna Nicole Show 2002–2004 E!
Star Dates 2002–2003 E!
The Michael Essany Show 2003–2004 E!
Celebrities Uncensored 2003–2004 E!
Whose Wedding Is It Anyway? 2003–2010 Style
Clean House 2003–2011 Style
The Soup 2004–2015 E!
How Do I Look? 2004–2012 Style co-production with Left-Right Productions
Dr. 90210 2004–2008 E!
The Gastineau Girls 2005–2006 E!
Taradise 2005–2006 E!
Keeping Up with the Kardashians 2007–present E! co-production with Ryan Seacrest Productions and Bunim/Murray Productions
The Block 2007–2008 G4
The Little Dega Show 2008–present Sprout production by The Boj & Dega Company/HIT Entertainment
Ruby 2008–2012 Style co-production with Gay Rosenthal Productions
Giuliana and Bill 2009–2014 Style
E!
co-production with Wilshire Studios and You & I Productions
Kourtney and Kim Take Miami 2009–2013 E! co-production with Ryan Seacrest Productions and Bunim/Murray Productions
Jerseylicious 2010–2014 Style co-production with Endemol USA
Noodle and Doodle 2010–2013 Sprout produced by Enthusiastic Productions/Grooters Productions
Fashion Police 2010–2017 E!
Kourtney and Kim Take New York 2011–2012 E! co-production with Ryan Seacrest Productions and Bunim/Murray Productions
After Lately 2011–2013 E! co-production with Borderline Amazing Productions
Khloé & Lamar 2011–2012 E! co-production with Ryan Seacrest Productions and Bunim/Murray Productions
Ice Loves Coco 2011–2013 E!
Big Rich Texas 2011–2013 Style co-production with Fly on the Wall Productions
Glam Fairy 2011–2012 Style co-production with Endemol USA
Mrs. Eastwood & Company 2012 E! co-production with Bunim/Murray Productions
Chicagolicious 2012–2013 Style co-production with Endemol USA
Opening Act 2012 E! co-production with Nigel Lythgoe Productions
Married to Jonas 2012–2013 E! co-production with Ryan Seacrest Productions
The Chica Show 2012–2014 Sprout
Chasing the Saturdays 2013 E!
Playing with Fire 2013 E! co-production with Atlas Media Corporation
What Would Ryan Lochte Do? 2013 E! co-production with Intuitive Entertainment and Wright Entertainment and Sports
The Wanted Life 2013 E! co-production with Global TV UK, Ryan Seacrest Productions and SB Productions
Total Divas 2013–present E! co-production with Bunim/Murray Productions and WWE
Knife Fight 2013–2015 Esquire Network co-production with Flower Films and Authentic Entertainment
The Getaway 2013–2014 Esquire Network co-production with Zero Point Zero Production
Eric & Jessie: Game On 2013–2014
2017–present
E!
Killer Contact 2013 Syfy co-production with Pilgrim Films and Television
Party On 2013–2014 E!
Rich Kids of Beverly Hills 2014–2016 E! co-production with ITV Studios America, Gennfier Gardiner TV and Leepson Bounds Entertainment
Escape Club 2014 E!
Botched 2014–present E! co-production with Evolution Media
Christina Milian Turned Up 2015–2016 E! co-production with Banca Studio, G3 Production and Lionsgate Television
Good Work 2015 E! co-production with World of Wonder
Ashlee+Evan 2018-present E!

Universal Cable ProductionsEdit

Title Network Original running Notes
Law & Order: Criminal Intent NBC/USA 2001–2011 with Wolf Films. UCP co-produced the series from 2008–11 when it moved to NBC's sister channel USA
Monk USA 2002–2009 with Mandeville Films and Touchstone Television. UCP only co-produced the final two seasons.
Psych USA 2006–2014 with Pacific Mountain Productions and Tagline Television. UCP only co-produced seasons 3–8.
Eureka Syfy 2006–2012 UCP only handled the final three seasons.
In Plain Sight USA 2008–12 with Pirates' Cove Entertainment, Tiny Clambake Productions, Studio Canal, McNamara Paper Products and Frontier Pictures
Royal Pains USA 2009–16 with 34 Films, Prospect Park
Warehouse 13 Syfy 2009–14
Caprica Syfy 2010
Covert Affairs USA 2010–14 with Corman Ord and Hypnotic Films & Television
Being Human Syfy 2011–2014 with Muse Entertainment Enterprises. UCP replaced Zodiak Media as the co-production company for the International release of the show's fourth season.
Fairly Legal USA 2011–12 with Steve Stark Productions, Garfield St. Productions, and Ocko & Company
Suits USA 2011 onwards with Untitled Korsh Company and Hypnotic Films & Television
Necessary Roughness USA 2011–13 with Still Married Productions and Sony Pictures Television. Domestic distribution only, International distribution to the series is been held by Sony.
Alphas Syfy 2011–12 with BermanBraun
Against the Wall Lifetime 2011 with Paid My Dues Productions and Open 4 Business Productions
I Just Want My Pants Back MTV 2011–12 with Hypnotic
Defiance Syfy 2013–15 with Five & Dime Productions
Playing House USA 2014–17 with A24 Films, Parham St. Clair Productions and Open 4 Business Productions
Satisfaction USA 2014–15 with Krasnoff/Foster Entertainment, Rhythm Arts Entertainment and Working Title Television
Dominion Syfy 2014–15 with FanFare Productions, Film Afrika, Bold Films, and Sony Pictures Television. based on the 2010 film Legion by Sony Pictures
Ascension Syfy 2014 with Sea-to-Sky, Levens, Blumhouse Productions, and Lionsgate Television
Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce Bravo 2014 onwards with Tiny Pyro Productions
12 Monkeys Syfy 2015-2017 with Atlas Entertainment. based on the 1995 film by Universal Pictures.
Dig USA 2015 with Tailwind Productions, G. Raff Productions, The Jackal Group and Keshet Media Group
The Royals E! 2015-2018 with Mastermind Laboratories, Varsity Pictures, and Lionsgate Television
Killjoys Syfy 2015 onwards with Mendacity Pictures, Bell Media and Temple Street Productions. UCP only handles the International release of the series.
Mr. Robot USA 2015 onwards with Anonymous Content and Esmail Corp
Difficult People Hulu 2015-2016 with Paper Kite Productions, 3 Arts Entertainment and Jax Media
Childhood's End Syfy 2015 miniseries; with Michael De Luca Productions and Weed Road Productions
The Magicians Syfy 2015 onwards with McNamara Moving Company, Man Sewing Dinosaur, and Groundswell Productions
Colony USA 2016–17 with Carlton Cuse Productions and Legendary Television
Hunters Syfy 2016 with Valhalla Entertainment
Queen of the South USA 2016 onwards with Frequency Films, Friendly Films, Skeeter Rosenbaum Productions, and Fox 21 Television Studios
Aftermath Syfy 2016 with Halfire Entertainment and Bell Media. UCP only handles the International release of the series.
Channel Zero Syfy 2016 onwards with Eat the Cat and UTMK Limited (seasons 1–2)
Eyewitness USA 2016–17 with Adi TV Studios
Shooter USA 2016-18 with di Bonaventura Pictures, Leverage Entertainment, Closest to the Hole Productions and Paramount Television. based on the 2007 film by Paramount Pictures
Incorporated Syfy 2016 with Pearl Street Films and CBS Television Studios
Falling Water USA 2016–17 with Valhalla Entertainment
Imposters Bravo 2017-18
Happy! Syfy 2017 onwards co-production with Original Film Television and Sony Pictures Television. Netflix distributed the series in selected international markets
The Sinner USA 2017 onwards with Iron Ocean
Damnation USA 2017-18 with Entertainment 360, Netflix and Sigma Films
The Purge USA 2018 onwards with Blumhouse Television and Platinum Dunes, based on the 2012 film and its sequels by Universal Pictures
Impulse YouTube Premium 2018 onwards with Hypnotic
Dirty John Bravo 2018 onwards with Atlas Entertainment
Deadly Class Syfy 2019 onwards with Gozie ABCO, Chipmunk Hill, Getaway Entertainment and Sony Pictures Television
The Umbrella Academy Netflix 2019 onwards with Borderline Entertainment and Dark Horse Entertainment
The Von Bulow Affair[2] Investigation Discovery Based on the William Wright book of the same name, upcoming
Candy[3] Bravo upcoming

Universal Content ProductionsEdit

Title Network Original running Notes
The Act Hulu 2019-present with Eat The Cat and Writ Large

NBCUniversal News GroupEdit

NBC NewsEdit

NBCUniversal Television DistributionEdit

Title Original run Network Notes
On The Money 1970–present CNBC/Syndication formerly as The Wall Street Journal Report (1970–2013)
Family Affair 1966–1971 CBS Produced by Don Fedderson Productions and Family Affair Company. International distribution only, Domestic distribution is been held by CBS Television Distribution and home entertainment distribution is been held by MPI Media Group through MPI Home Video under license from the Don Fedderson estate.
The Kids From C.A.P.E.R. 1976–1977 NBC
In Search of... 1977–1982; 2002 Syndication/Syfy
The Sally Jessy Raphael Show / Sally 1983–2002 Syndication
The Jerry Springer Show 1991–2018 Syndication
Maury 1991–present Syndication produced by Mopo Productions (1991–present) and Faulhaber Media (2009–present). NBCU took control of the distribution of the series beginning in 1998, taking over from Paramount Domestic Television.
Access 1996–present Syndication co-distributed with 20th Television (1996–1999) and Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution (1999–2001). formerly as Access Hollywood (1996–2018)
USA High 1997–1999 USA Network co-production with Peter Engel Productions and Rysher Entertainment
Malibu, CA 1998–2000 Syndication co-produced by Peter Engel Productions and Tribune Entertainment
Crossing Over with John Edward 1999–2004 Syndication
Blind Date 1999-2006 Syndication co-production with Gold Coast Television Entertainment
Arrest & Trial 2000–2001 Syndication co-production with Wolf Films
Fear Factor 2001–2006; 2011 NBC produced by Pulse Creative, Evolution Media (season 1 only) and Endemol USA. Distributed only for off-network syndication by NUDTD
Weakest Link 2001–2003 NBC/Syndication produced by Laurelwood Entertainment (first episodes), The Gurin Company (later episodes) and BBC Worldwide Americas. Distribution only.
The 5th Wheel 2001–2004 Syndication produced by Bobwell Productions
The Other Half 2001–2003 Syndication
The Chris Matthews Show 2002–2013 Syndication
The John Walsh Show 2002–2004 Syndication
Starting Over 2003–2006 Syndication co-production with Bunim/Murray Productions
The Jane Pauley Show 2004–2005 Syndication
Your Total Health 2004–2008 Syndication
The Biggest Loser 2004–2016 NBC produced by 3 Ball Productions (2004–2012), 25/7 Productions and Reveille Productions (2004–2011); Shine America (2012–2014); Endemol Shine North America (2014–2016)
Deal or No Deal 2005–2010 NBC/Syndication produced by Endemol Shine North America
Martha 2005–2012 Syndication/The Hallmark Channel produced by Martha Stewart Living Ommimedia. Distributing in North America only, International distribution is been held by Fremantle International.
The Megan Mullally Show 2006–2007 Syndication
1 vs. 100 2006–2008 NBC produced by Endemol Shine North America
The Steve Wilkos Show 2007–present Syndication produced by Stamford Media Center Productions
Lyons & Bailes Reel Talk 2007–2009 Syndication
The Starter Wife 2008 USA Network
The Brian McKnight Show 2009–2010 Syndication
American Ninja Warrior 2009–present NBC/G4/Esquire Network/USA Network produced by A. Smith and Co., Lake Paradise Entertainment (2009–2013) and Tokyo Broadcasting System. Distributed only for off-network syndication by NUDTD
Access Live 2010–present Syndication formerly as Access Hollywood Live (2010–2018)
Mrs. Brown's Boys 2011–present RTÉ/BBC co-production with BBC Scotland, BOC-PIX and RTÉ. distributing in North America only, BBC Worldwide distributing the series internationally (including UK and Ireland)
America's Next Great Restaurant 2011 NBC co-production with Magical Elves, Inc.
Steve Harvey 2012–2017 Syndication produced by Endemol USA (2012–2014); Endemol Shine North America (2014–2017)
Stars Earn Stripes 2012 NBC produced by One Three Media, Wolf Reality LLC and Bill's Market & Television Productions
Trisha 2012–2014 Syndication produced by Faulhaber Media
Motive 2013–2016 CTV/ABC/USA Network produced by Foundation Features, Lark Productions and Bell Media. NUTD only handles Worldwide distribution.
The Meredith Vieira Show 2014–2016 Syndication co-production with Meredith Vieira Productions
Crazy Talk 2015–2016 Syndication produced by Faulhaber Media
The Expanse 2015–present Syfy produced by Penguin in a Parka, SeanDanielCo, and Alcon Entertainment
Harry 2016–2018 Syndication co-production with HC Productions
Dateline 2017–present; re-cuts of true crime episodes for syndication) NBC
Steve 2017–present Syndication co-production with WME-IMG
Papaya Bull 2017–present Nickelodeon Brazil as NBCUniversal International Distribution, co-production with Boutique Filmes and Ancine
The Kelly Clarkson Show coming 2019 Syndication
Judge Jerry Syndication

Working Title TelevisionEdit

Title Original run Network Notes
The Baldy Man 1995–1998 ITV co-production with Central Independent Television
Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased) 2000–2001 BBC One
The Tudors 2007–2010 Showtime/CBC International distribution only with Sony Pictures Television, co-production with Reveille Eire, Octagon Films and Peace Arch Entertainment
Love Bites 2011 NBC co-production with Loud Blouse Productions and Universal Media Studios
True Love 2012 BBC
Yonderland 2013–2016 Sky 1
About a Boy 2014–2015 NBC co-production with Tribeca Productions and Universal Television. based on the 2002 film by Universal Pictures/StudioCanal
You, Me and the Apocalypse 2015 Sky 1/NBC co-production with BigBalls Films, British Sky Broadcasting and NBCUniversal International Studio
Gypsy 2017 Netflix co-production with Universal Television
‘’Hanna’’ 2019-present Amazon Video co-production with Tomorrow Studios and NBCUniversal International Studios

Matchbox PicturesEdit

Carnival FilmsEdit

DreamWorks AnimationEdit

Television specialsEdit

Universal TelevisionEdit

Airdate Title Network Notes
March 28, 1998 Barney's First Adventures Fox Kids co-production with Gold Coast Television Entertainment and Lyrick Studios. based on the 1998 film Barney's Great Adventure by PolyGram Films. Mattel Creations owns the copyright to the Barney characters.
December 5, 2013 The Sound of Music Live! NBC co-production with Sony Pictures Television. Based on the musical of same name by Rodgers & Hammerstein
December 4, 2014 Peter Pan Live! NBC co-production with Sony Pictures Television. based on the 1954 musical of the same name by Jerome Robbins and an remake of the 1955, 1956 and 1960 live musical broadcasts by NBC
December 3, 2015 The Wiz Live! NBC co-production with Sony Pictures Television and Cirque du Soleil. based on the 1978 film by Universal Pictures
December 14, 2015 Adele Live in New York City NBC
February 21, 2016 Must See TV: A Tribute to James Burrows NBC
December 7, 2016 Hairspray Live! NBC co-production with Warner Bros. Television, New Line Cinema, Storyline Entertainment and Sony Pictures Television. based on the 1988 film and the 2007 remake by Warner Bros. Pictures/New Line Cinema
February 19, 2017 The Paley Center Salutes NBC's 90th Anniversary NBC
April 1, 2018 Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert NBC co-production with Sony Pictures Television, Storyline Entertainment and Marc Platt Productions. based on the stage musical of the same name produced by Really Useful Group and the 1973 film of the same name by Universal Pictures
September 17, 2018 70th Primetime Emmy Awards NBC co-production with Done+Dusted, Broadway Video and Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
October 29, 2018 A Very Wicked Halloween: Celebrating 15 Years on Broadway NBC co-production with Marc Platt Productions

NBC StudiosEdit

Airdate Title Network Notes
December 24, 1955 Babes in Toyland NBC
January 17, 1972 The Bob Hope Vietnam Christmas Show NBC
February 15, 1981 Women Who Rate a 10 NBC
May 12, 1986 NBC's 60th Anniversary Celebration NBC
November 24, 1995 TV's Funniest Friends & Neighbors NBC co-production with Big Daddy Productions
April 27, 1998 The World's Most Dangerous Magic NBC
February 17, 1999 Confirmation: The Hard Evidence of Aliens Among Us? NBC
May 2, 1999 The World's Most Dangerous Magic 2 NBC
September 23, 2001 50 Years of NBC Late Night NBC
May 5, 2002 NBC 75th Anniversary Special NBC
April 23, 2003 Secrets of the Psychics Revealed NBC co-production with Nash Entertainment and Don Weiner Productions. Distributed internationally by Alfred Haber Distribution
November 27, 2003 Harry for the Holidays NBC

DreamWorks AnimationEdit

Television moviesEdit

Universal TelevisionEdit

Airdate Title Network
October 7, 1964 See How They Run NBC
March 13, 1974 The Execution of Private Slovik NBC
October 2, 1977 Just a Little Inconvenience NBC
March 7, 1980 Brave New World (1980 film) NBC
February 27, 1981 The Munsters' Revenge NBC
April 7, 1986 Annihilator NBC
May 14, 1996 Doctor Who the Movie FOX
July 16, 1997 Daughters Lifetime
April 19, 1998 Brave New World (1998 film) NBC
October 31, 1999 Anya's Bell CBS
August 26, 2000 The Last of the Blonde Bombshells HBO
May 16, 2003 The Celebrity Look-Alike Show The WB
November 30, 2003 Stealing Christmas USA Network
December 5, 2014 How Murray Saved Christmas NBC

NBC StudiosEdit

Airdate Title Network
November 23, 1974 Cotton Club '75 NBC
January 17, 1983 Wait till Your Mother Gets Home! NBC
November 11, 1985 An Early Frost NBC
December 12, 1988 I'll Be Home for Christmas NBC
January 22–23, 1989 Brotherhood of the Rose NBC
March 6, 1989 Those She Left Behind NBC
May 15, 1989 Roe vs. Wade NBC
April 29, 1990 Fall from Grace NBC
October 15, 1990 Kaleidoscope NBC
October 16, 1990 Fine Things NBC
April 1, 1991 Changes NBC
October 21, 1991 Danielle Steel's 'Palomino' NBC
February 16, 1992 In the Best Interest of the Children NBC
April 6, 1992 Secrets NBC
May 17/19, 1992 Cruel Doubt NBC
September 20, 1992 Danger Island NBC
November 27, 1992 Saved by the Bell: Hawaiian Style NBC
February 8, 1993 Heartbeat NBC
September 20, 1993 Danielle Steel's Star NBC
November 28, 1993 Bonanza: The Return NBC
February 15, 1994 Once in a Lifetime NBC
April 18, 1994 A Time to Heal NBC
October 7, 1994 Saved by the Bell: Wedding in Las Vegas NBC
January 15, 1995 Bonanza: Under Attack NBC
November 6, 1995 She Fought Alone NBC
November 12, 1995 Her Hidden Truth NBC
December 11, 1995 Mixed Blessings NBC
January 1, 1996 No Greater Love NBC
February 25, 1996 Seduced by Madness NBC
September 16, 1996 Sweet Dreams NBC
January 20, 1997 Friends 'Til the End NBC
February 16–17, 1997 Asteroid NBC
March 9, 1997 Murder Live! NBC
March 17, 1997 Born Into Exile NBC
April 7, 1997 Killing Mr. Griffin NBC
April 22, 1997 Sleeping with the Devil CBS
September 8, 1997 Perfect Body NBC
September 28, 1997 Cloned NBC
March 22, 1998 I've Been Waiting for You NBC
May 10–11, 1998 Witness to the Mob NBC
October 11, 1998 Crime and Punishment NBC
January 4, 1999 The Wrong Girl NBC
February 1, 1999 Vanished Without a Trace NBC
February 7–8, 1999 The '60s NBC
March 28, 1999 Mutiny NBC
May 16–17, 1999 Atomic Train NBC
May 23, 1999 The Jesse Ventura Story NBC
August 3, 1999 The Promise NBC
August 29, 1999 Cruel Justice NBC
October 3, 1999 Road Rage NBC
October 10, 1999 A Touch of Hope NBC
November 21, 1999 Countdown to Chaos NBC
January 9, 2000 The David Cassidy Story NBC
February 13, 2000 Homicide: The Movie NBC
April 30, 2000 The '70s NBC
December 3, 2000 In His Life: The John Lennon Story NBC
December 10, 2000 Livin' for Love: The Natalie Cole Story NBC
April 1, 2001 Semper Fi NBC
May 6, 2001 The Judge NBC
May 20, 2001 Submerged NBC
August 12, 2001 Dying to Dance NBC
November 29, 2002 It's A Very Merry Muppet Christmas Movie NBC
July 12, 2003 Critical Assembly NBC
November 9, 2003 Saving Jessica Lynch NBC

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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  2. ^ Hipes, Patrick (March 28, 2017). "Claus Von Bulow Scripted Series & Son Of Sam Special Get Investigation Discovery Greenlights – Upfronts". Deadline. Retrieved March 28, 2017.
  3. ^ Hipes, Patrick (April 20, 2017). "Black Female Mayor Drama In Works At Bravo From 'Insecure' & 'Underground' Scribe". Deadline. Retrieved April 21, 2017.