Sony Pictures Television

Sony Pictures Television Inc. (abbreviated as SPT) is an American television production and distribution studio established on September 16, 2002, as the successor to Columbia TriStar Television, TriStar Television, Columbia Pictures Television, Screen Gems, and Pioneer Telefilms. Based at the Sony Pictures Studios complex in Culver City, it is a division of Sony Entertainment's unit Sony Pictures Entertainment and a subsidiary of the Japanese conglomerate Sony Group Corporation.

Sony Pictures Television Inc.
PredecessorsPioneer Telefilms (1947-1948)
Screen Gems (1948-1974)
Columbia Pictures Television (1974-2001)
TriStar Television (1986-1988, 1991-1999)
Columbia TriStar Television (1994-2002)
FoundedSeptember 16, 2002; 19 years ago (2002-09-16)
FounderRalph Cohn
Headquarters10202 West Washington Boulevard, ,
Area served
Key people
  • Jeff Frost[1] (President)
  • Chris Parnell[1] (Co-president)
  • Jason Clodfelter[1](Co-president)
OwnerSony Entertainment
(Sony Group Corporation)
ParentSony Pictures Entertainment


In addition to the Sony Pictures Entertainment film library, SPT owns and distributes shows from Tandem Productions, ELP Communications, TeleVentures, Merv Griffin Enterprises, Four D Productions, Barris Industries, Barry & Enright Productions, Stewart Television, and 2waytraffic. SPT also owns Game Show Network,[10] and worldwide television rights to the Embassy Pictures and Revolution Studios film libraries.

SPT owns production or distribution rights in many comedies and dramas spanning more than seven decades, including such titles as The Flying Nun, I Dream of Jeannie, Bewitched, Gidget, The Monkees, The Partridge Family, Hazel, The Hathaways, Route 66, the 1959 Dennis the Menace series, Who's the Boss?, The Facts of Life, Married... with Children, Designing Women,[11] Castle Rock Entertainment's Seinfeld, The King of Queens (in the United States while CBS handles overseas rights), Community, Rules of Engagement, The Good Doctor, Breaking Bad, For Life and The Blacklist. The company also produces Jeopardy! and Wheel of Fortune, the two longest-running and highest-rated game shows in syndication while CBS Media Ventures distributes the two;[12] two daytime talk shows, The Dr. Oz Show[13] and The Queen Latifah Show;[14] the reality shows Shark Tank[15] and The Sing-Off;[16] and two long-running soap operas, NBC's Days of Our Lives[11] and CBS's The Young and the Restless.[17]

In addition to comedies and dramas and talk shows, SPT also produced and distributed four court shows: Judge Hatchett, Judge Maria Lopez, Judge David Young, and Judge Karen.

Sony Pictures Television also produces streaming television shows. Successful examples include Cobra Kai, The Boys, For All Mankind, and Blacklist.


SPT's history goes back to 1947, when Pioneer Telefilms was founded by Ralph Cohn, whose father Jack and uncle Harry co-founded Columbia Pictures. Pioneer was bought by Columbia and renamed Screen Gems in November 1948, reincorporated as Columbia Pictures Television on May 6, 1974,[18] and merged with sister studio TriStar Television (formed in 1986 and relaunched in 1991) to form Columbia TriStar Television on February 21, 1994.[19]

On September 16, 2002, Sony Pictures Entertainment retired the name "Columbia TriStar" from television and renamed the American studio as Sony Pictures Television and its international division as Sony Pictures Television International.[20] Some shows continued using the Columbia TriStar name, although many stopped using it in November 2002, while Hollywood Squares continued using it until early 2003.

On May 28, 2003, Liz Bronstein, who produced Joe Millionaire, had inked a two-year overall deal at the studio.[21] On July 16, 2003, the international division, Sony Pictures Television International has sold a package of 80 movies to German broadcaster ProSieben, that covered all productions from 2001 to 2003.[22]

On November 24, 2004, Sony Pictures Television International formed a joint venture called Huaso with Hua Long Film Digital Production Co., Ltd. of the China Film Group in Beijing.[23][24] In 2005, comedian Jay Mohr via Giraffe Productions has struck an overall deal with the studio.[25] Also that year, 25C Productions, a company ran by Sarah Timberman and Carl Beverly (who were ironically formerly Sony employees) joined the Sony fold in an overall deal.[26]

From 2005 to 2006, SPT was the distributor of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's television and film library, due in part to the Sony-led consortium's purchase of MGM. In 2006, SPT joined forces with Program Partners to handle advertising sales and distribution rights to foreign television series in the U.S., mostly shows produced in Canada. The same year, SPT signed Embassy Row a three-year deal for new game shows, game show revivals, and scripted and non-scripted series.

On January 11, 2007, producers Eric and Kim Tannenbaum (of The Tannenbaum Company) and Mitch Hurwitz (of The Hurwitz Company) jointly inked a deal with SPT to set up their own Tantamount Studios shingle.[27]

In summer 2007, SPT introduced The Minisode Network, a digital channel for MySpace airing shows from the 1960s to early 2000s from four to five minutes. In winter 2007, The Minisode Network was also added to a few more sites including AOL TV, YouTube, and its sister site Crackle.

On March 27, 2008, SPTI acquired a minority stake in the new production company Gogglebox Entertainment, founded by two former Lion Television executives, Matt Steiner and Adam Wood.[28][29] On June 4, 2008, SPT bought Hilversum, Netherlands-based production company 2waytraffic, international holders of the Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? franchise.[30] Also that year, Sony inked some of the staff that was defected over from other studios due to the 2007-08 Writers Guild of America strike, including Kevin Falls and Josh Berman from 20th Century Fox Television, Graham Yost and David Guarascio and Moses Port from Universal Media Studios, Bill Martin and Mike Schiff from ABC Studios and Will Gluck from CBS Paramount Television.[31]

In 2009, SPT collaborated with Jeff Arnold (founder of WebMD), Mehmet Oz, Harpo Productions, Discovery Communications, and HSW International. on Sharecare, an online platform where users have their health and wellness-related questions answered by industry experts.[32]

On January 14, 2009, SPT acquired Embassy Row, a television and digital production company by British television producer Michael Davies. Fourteen days later, SPTI acquired a 50% stake in Colombian independent TV production company Teleset.[33] Three months later on April 1, Sony Pictures consolidated its US and international television divisions under one roof. Sony Pictures Television International now operates in-name-only.[34] In 2010, some of the Sony staff, including Timberman and Beverly, and Eric and Kim Tannenbaum has been defected to CBS Television Studios in several overall deals.[35]

On June 23, 2011, SPT formed Victory Television, a London-based television production company jointly owned by Victoria Ashbourne, SPT's senior vice president of creative development for international production[36] (not to be confused with Jim Victory Television, a defunct syndication company previously owned by MTM Enterprises). On September 25, 2011, Andrea Wong was tapped to head the international television production division of Sony Pictures Television to oversee all international businesses for the studio.[37]

On January 19, 2012, SPT acquired Dolphin Broadcast Services Ltd. and merged it into its existing UK networks business. SPT also took a majority stake in Dolphin's advertising sales business.[38][39] On March 1, 2012, SPT acquired a majority stake in UK independent production company Silver River Productions.[40] On May 31, SPT launched Sony Movie Channel and AXN in Canada in partnership with Hollywood Suite. Two of Hollywood Suite's networks: Hollywood Festival re-launched as Sony Movie Channel and Hollywood Storm as AXN Movies on September 4, 2012.[41] On August 23, 2012, SPT acquired a majority stake in Left Bank Pictures, a UK production company founded by Andy Harries, Francis Hopkinson, and Marigo Kehoe.[42][43]

On August 22, 2013, Sony Pictures Television acquired a majority stake in Simon Andrae's new production company Scarlet Media.[44] However, two months later, Andrae dropped his plans for Scarlet and was tapped to become executive vice-president of alternative entertainment for Fox.[45] On December 16, 2013, Tuvalu Media joined forces with financing firm Karmign and acquired SPT's 60% stakes to regain independence. SPT acquired 60% in Tuvalu in 2008.[46]

On January 15, 2014, former BBC entertainment commissioner Karl Warner teamed with SPT to launch Electric Ray, which would collaborate with SPT in the U.S. and abroad on development for entertainment and informative programming. All of Electric Ray's programming will be exported by SPT. The company's name comes from the nickname for Warner's father, who was an electrician.[47][48] On March 20, 2014, SPT joined forces with execs Kieran Doherty and Matt Worthy to form Stellify Media. The new venture was based in Northern Ireland. Just like Electric Ray, Stellify Media collaborated with SPT's other production companies and UK shows and formats were exported by SPT's distribution arm.[49]

On June 26, 2014, SPT announced the decision to acquire CSC Media Group including 16 of its cable channels.[50] the deal closed on August 15, 2014.[51] On November 6, 2014, Daisy Goodwin stepped down from Silver River Productions amid Sony's restructuring. The studio had restructured its operations to SPT's streamline operations. She was less active in her production company and had been focusing on her books.[52] On December 1, 2014, SPT acquired Australian drama production company, Playmaker Media.[53][54]

On July 26, 2014, Liberty Global announced that it had put Film1 up for sale.[55] Liberty Global agreed to sell Film1 to Sony Pictures Television on March 27, 2015.[56] The sale was completed on July 21, 2015.[57]

On May 28, 2015, TriStar Television was re-launched as a boutique production label for Sony Pictures Television. The revived studio was run by Suzanne Patmore-Gibbs after being in-name-only for 15 years.[58] The first new series was Good Girls Revolt and was piloted for Amazon Prime Video.[49] On September 28, 2015, Steve Mosko was promoted to chairman of SPT. He held the position as president of the television studio since 2000 when it was known as Columbia TriStar Television.[59]

As of September 2015, it was the world's largest television production and distribution company measured by library and revenue (along with Time Warner's Warner Bros. Television).[60][61]

On March 1, 2016, Sony announced to shut down Victory Television after Managing Director Victoria Ashbourne announced to step down after five years to pursue other opportunities. SPT retained international distribution rights for all of Victory's productions.[62] Thirteen days later, 2016, SPT acquired a minor stake in Faye Ward's UK startup company, Fable Pictures.[63] On April 1, 2016, Gogglebox Entertainment founders Adam Wood and Matt Steiner announced the closing of the Sony-backed independent to launch a new production venture after their contract with SPT expired.[64] On June 2, 2016, longtime SPT executive Steve Mosko stepped down as chairman of the studio.[65] Mosko had been with the studio since 1992. Instead of replacing him, the duties had been split to several SPT executives and will report to Sony Entertainment CEO, Michael Lynton. On June 7, 2016, SPT acquired a minority stake in UK production company Blueprint Pictures.[66] In October 2016, SPT made a minority investment in the preschool-oriented video-on-demand platform Hopster.[67]

On July 25, 2017, SPE's new chairman and CEO, Tony Vinciquerra tapped Jeff Frost, Chris Parnell, and Jason Clodfelter as co-presidents of SPT. Frost joined SPT in 2008 from ABC Studios, Parnell in 2003 and Clodfelter in 2006. The same day, Sony Pictures Television Studios was founded, which later began rolling out for current and future SPT titles starting on January 7, 2020.[1][68]

On July 31, 2017, Sony Pictures Television announced that it would acquire a 95% controlling stake in anime importer Funimation for $143 million pending approval from the U.S. Department of Justice.[69] Sony touted that the deal would allow Funimation to have synergies with its Animax and Kids Station divisions and "direct access to the creative pipeline". The Department of Justice approved the acquisition on August 22, 2017.[70] The deal was closed on October 27, 2017.[citation needed] On September 24, 2019, Sony Pictures Television later announced that it would be consolidating Funimation with Aniplex's Madman Anime Group and Wakanim, under a joint-venture between the two Sony businesses.[71]

On December 10, 2019, Sony Pictures Television announced that it would acquire the British studio Silvergate Media—creators of The Octonauts and the Netflix series Hilda, for US$175 million.[72]

Sony had shifted under chairman-CEO Tony Vinciquerra to content licensing as a focus instead of owning the channels, which were previously high-margin earners. Subsequently, the Southeast Asia channels group were identified as potential for sale. Sony Pictures Television agreed in January 2020 to sell its Southeast Asian and Korean television channels, the AXN network, Animax and Sony One, to KC Global Media, which owned by former SPT executives Andy Kaplan and George Chien.[73] The sale was completed, with the addition of the Gem channel, in May 2020.[74]

In 2021, Jon Hurwitz, Hayden Schlossberg and Josh Heald via Counterbalance Entertainment has struck a deal with the studio.[75]

On May 14, 2021, SPT sold its UK television channels (including some assets of CSC Media Group) to Narrative Capital.[76]

On December 1, 2021, SPT bought a majority stake in the Welsh production company, Bad Wolf, outmaneuvering Access Entertainment, Sky Group and HBO. The deal brought in a new member, Natasha Hale, along with a long-term partnership to produce future productions and boost Cardiff's standing in the entertainment industry.[77]

Sony Pictures Television NetworksEdit

These are the channels owned and operated and jointly operated by Sony Pictures Television. For channels owned under CSC Media Group, see CSC Media Group.

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Notes and referencesEdit

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