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DHX Media, Ltd. (or Decode Halifax Media) is a Canadian media production company formed in 2006 by the merger of the Halifax Film Company and Decode Entertainment. Headquartered in Halifax, DHX Media is one of the world’s largest independent children’s entertainment companies with ownership and licensing rights to some of the most recognizable character brands.

History

The DHX name derives from the combination of Decode and Halifax from the 2006 merger between Decode Entertainment and Halifax Film Company. Studio B Productions was acquired by DHX Media on December 25, 2007. On March 25, 2008, DHX Media acquired Bulldog Interactive Fitness. On September 8, 2010, all related subsidiaries were rebranded under the label DHX Media. On September 14, 2010, DHX Media acquired WildBrain.

On August 20, 2012, it was announced that DHX Media would acquire Cookie Jar Group for $111 million, a deal which would make DHX the world's largest independent owner of children's television programming. The acquisition of Cookie Jar Group by DHX Media closed on October 22, 2012, after which the two merged.

On November 28, 2013, DHX announced that it would acquire four children's oriented specialty television channels from the former Astral Media for $170 million, consisting of Family Channel, Disney Junior, Disney Junior (French), and Disney XD. The networks were being sold as a condition of Bell Media's 2013 acquisition of Astral Media; its purchase of the networks will mark DHX's first foray into television broadcasting.

Subsidiaries and divisions

Decode Entertainment

Decode Entertainment was established 1997 by Neil Court, Steven DeNure and John Delmage. Decode produced such shows as Radio Free Roscoe, Naturally, Sadie, The Zack Files, Angela Anaconda, Sheriff Callie's Wild West, Undergrads, The Hoobs, Chop Socky Chooks, Waybuloo, Bromwell High, Planet Sketch, The Adrenaline Project, Be the Creature, The Blobheads, Grandpa in My Pocket, How to Be Indie, The Latest Buzz, Our Hero, That's So Weird, Clang Invasion, Delilah and Julius, Dudson's Modern Tales, Freaky Stories, Girlstuff/Boystuff, Kid vs. Kat, King, Rastamouse, Martha Speaks, Naughty Naughty Pets, Olliver's Adventures, Rainbow Fish, The Side Show Christmas, Urban Vermin, Watership Down, Little Ninjas Karate, What About Mimi?, Animal Mechanicals, Bo on the Go!, Dirtgirlworld, Franny's Feet, The Mighty Jungle, Poko, Poppets Town, The Save-Ums and Plumo's Mysteries. It currently co-produces Super WHY! with New York City-based Out of the Blue Enterprises for PBS Kids in the USA and Kids' CBC in Canada. It also distributes The Chica Show on NBC Kids in the USA & PBS Kids Sprout in Chicago & Australia. It currently co-produces Emma's Theatre for Playhouse Disney in the USA & Kids' CBC in Canada.

Halifax Film

Halifax Film was established by former Salter Street Films executives Michael Donovan and Charles Bishop in May 2004. The company produced such television shows as the satirical comedy This Hour Has 22 Minutes (begun as a Salter Street production); children's stop-motion series such as Poko and Lunar Jim; CGI productions such as Bo on the Go!, The Mighty Jungle and Animal Mechanicals; as well as the dramas The Guard and North/South.

Later acquisitions

Studio B Productions

Founded in Vancouver, British Columbia in 1988, Studio B Productions was a Canadian animation studio which was acquired by and became a subsidiary of DHX Media on December 4, 2007. After the DHX rebranding on September 8, 2010, the studio is now credited as DHX Media/Vancouver in closing credits and uses DHX Media's generic production logo. The Studio is behind the 2007 remake of the 1960s animated series George of the Jungle, the PBS Kids series Martha Speaks, and more recently, Hasbro Studios' My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic and Pound Puppies, as well as other shows that broadcast on YTV in Canada and various networks in the United States.

WildBrain

WildBrain (stylized as W!LDBRAIN) is an entertainment company that develops and produces television programming, motion pictures, commercial content and licensed merchandise. Started in 1995, they have offices in Los Angeles and New York.

Cookie Jar Group

Cookie Jar Group (also known as The Cookie Jar Company, Cookie Jar Entertainment and formerly known as CINAR) was a Canadian founded in 1976 by Micheal Hirsh and is the producer of children’s entertainment, consumer products and educational materials. Made up of three divisions: entertainment, consumer products, and education, Cookie Jar Group was one of the world’s largest independent children’s entertainment, consumer products and education companies with ownership and licensing rights to some of the most recognizable character brands. It was headquartered in Toronto, with offices in Burbank, California, Paris, London, and Tokyo among other places. In 2012, Cookie Jar went out of business, was relocated to DHX Media. The acquisition included the libraries of American company DIC Entertainment and British company FilmFair, which were purchased by Cookie Jar before.

Ragdoll Worldwide

Ragdoll Worldwide, an English company founded in 1984 by Anne Wood, and is a joint venture between Ragdoll Productions and BBC Worldwide that manages and exploits Ragdoll programming including Teletubbies, Tots TV, Rosie and Jim and In the Night Garden. It was bought on 16 September 2013 for $27.7 million from BBC Worldwide and Ragdoll.

Programming library

DHX Media's library consists over 8,550 half-hours of programming.

FilmFair (UK)

  • The Herbs (1968)
  • The Adventures of Parsley (1970)
  • The Wombles (1973 - 1975)
  • Paddington (1975 - 1986)
  • Simon in the Land of Chalk Drawings (1976)
  • The Perishers (1979)
  • Hattytown Tales (1980)
  • Moschops (1983)
  • The Adventures of Portland Bill (1983)
  • The Blunders (1986)
  • Edward and Friends (1987)
  • The Shoe People (1987)
  • Windfalls (1988)
  • Stories of the Sylvanian Families (1988)
  • Bangers and Mash (1988 - 1989)
  • Huxley Pig (1989 - 1990)
  • Nellie the Elephant (1989 - 1990)
  • The Dreamstone (1990 - 1995) (Series 1 and 2 only)
  • Rod 'n' Emu (1991)
  • Astro Farm (1992 - 1997)
  • The Gingerbread Man (1992)
  • The Legends of Treasure Island (1993 - 1995)

Decode Entertainment

  • Freaky Stories (1997 - 2000) (co-production with Sound Venture Productions, Funbag Animation Studios, and Vujade Entertainment)
  • Angela Anaconda (1999) (co-production with C.O.R.E.)
  • Watership Down (1999 - 2001) (co-production with Alltime Entertainment)
  • Rainbow Fish (2000)
  • Undergrads (2001)
  • The Hoobs (2001 - 2002)
  • Girlstuff/Boystuff (2002 - 2005)
  • The Blobheads (2003)
  • King (2003 - 2005)
  • Olliver's Adventures (2003)
  • The Save-Ums (2003 - 2006)
  • Bromwell High (2005) (co-production with Hat Trick Productions)
  • Delilah and Julius (2005 - 2008) (co-production with Collideascope Digital Productions)
  • Planet Sketch (2005) (co-production with Aardman Animations)
  • Super Why! (2007 - present) (co-production with Out of the Blue Enterprises)
  • Clang Invasion (2007)
  • Urban Vermin (2007 - 2008) (co-production with YTV)
  • Chop Socky Chooks (2008) (co-production with Aardman Animations)
  • The Mighty Jungle (2008) (co-production with Halifax Film)
  • Dirtgirlworld (2009 - 2011) (co-production with Mememe Productions)
  • Poppets Town (2009)
  • Waybuloo (2009)
  • Dudson's Modern Tales
  • Naughty Naughty Pets (2011)

Halifax Film

  • Poko (2003 - 2006)
  • Franny's Feet (2004 - 2011)
  • Lunar Jim (2005 - 2012)
  • Animal Mechanicals (2007)
  • Bo on the Go! (2006 - 2008)
  • The Mighty Jungle (2008) (co-production with Decode Entertainment)
  • Pirates: Adventures in Art (2010)

Studio B Productions/DHX Media Vancouver

  • Yvon of the Yukon (1999 - 2005) (co-production with Corus Entertainment)
  • D'Myna Leagues (2000 - 2002)
  • What About Mimi? (2000 - 2003)
  • Yakkity Yak (2002 - 2003) (co-production with Kapow Pictures and Nickelodeon Productions)
  • Being Ian (2005 - 2007) (co-production with Nelvana)
  • Class of the Titans (2005 - 2008)
  • The Amazing Adrenalini Brothers (2006 - 2007)
  • Pucca (2006 - 2008)
  • George of the Jungle (2007) (co-production with DreamWorks Classics)
  • Ricky Sprocket: Showbiz Boy (2007 - 2009) (co-production with Bejuba Entertainment and SnowdenFine Animation)
  • Martha Speaks (2008–present) (co-production with WGBH)
  • Kid vs. Kat (2009 - 2011)
  • My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic (2010) (co-production with Hasbro Studios and Top Draw Animation)
  • Pound Puppies (2010) (First 7 episodes were produced by Studio B Productions) 9 Story Entertainment (season 2-3) (co-production with Hasbro Studios and Paul & Joe Productions (season 1))
  • Littlest Pet Shop (2012) (co-production with Hasbro Studios)
  • Johnny Test (2013) (Season 6 - present and co-produced with 9 Story Entertainment) (Season 1 was produced by Warner Bros. Animation and Season 2-5 were produced by Cookie Jar)

DHX Media

  • Rastamouse (2011) (co-production with Sony Pictures Television International)
  • SheZow (2012) (co-production with Kickstart Productions and Moody Street Kids)
  • Ella the Elephant (2013) (co-production with FremantleMedia Enterprises)
  • Packages from Planet X (2013) (co-production with American Greetings and Disney XD)
  • Patrol 3

Joe Austen/Toon 3D

  • The Magic House (1994)
  • The Story Store (1996 - 2001)
  • Untalkative Bunny (2001 - 2004)
  • The Space Place
  • Biker Mice from Mars (2006)

DHX Media UK

  • Jamie & the Magic Torch
  • Danger Mouse
  • Alias the Vester
  • The Bill
  • Count Duckula

Ragdoll Worldwide

  • Pob's Programme (1985 - 1990)
  • Playbox (1988 - 1992)
  • Rosie and Jim (1990 - 2000)
  • Brum (1991 - 2002) (Series 2, 3 and 4 only)
  • Open a Door (1992)
  • Teletubbies (1997 - 2001)
  • Teletubbies Everywhere (2002)
  • Boohbah (2003 - 2005)
  • Blips (2005 - 2009)
  • In the Night Garden (2007 - 2010)
  • Dipdap (2011 - 2013)
  • The Adventures of Abney & Teal (2011)

DIC

  • Cro et Bronto (1980; Co-Production with Southern Television And Westward Television)
  • Archibald le Magi-chien (1980; Co-Production with Channel Television)
  • Ulysses 31 (1981; Co-Produced By Associated TeleVision and Tokyo Movie Shinsha (now known as TMS Entertainment))
  • The Mysterious Cities of Gold (1982) (co-production with M.K. and Studio Pierrot)
  • Inspector Gadget (1983 - 1986) (co-production with LBS Communications and Television South)
  • The Littles (1983 - 1986) (co-production with ABC)
  • Kideo TV (1984; Co-Production With Tyne Tees Television)
  • The Get Along Gang (1984) (Pilot episode was produced by Nelvana; co-production with American Greetings)
  • Wolf Rock TV (1984) (co-production with Dick Clark Productions)
  • Kidd Video (1984 - 1985) (co-production with Saban Entertainment and Tyne Tees Television)
  • Pole Position (1984 - 1985)
  • Heathcliff and the Catillac Cats (1984 - 1988) (co-production with LBS Communications)
  • Rainbow Brite (1984 - 1986) (co-production with Hallmark Cards, Early Version Produced By Quinn Martin Productions)
  • The Care Bears (1985) (co-production with American Greetings and Nelvana; later episodes were exclusively produced by Nelvana with American Greetings)
  • Hulk Hogan's Rock 'n' Wrestling (1985) (co-production with WWE)
  • Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors (1985) (co-produced by SFM Entertainment and London Weekend Television)
  • Derrou (1985 - 1987)
  • M.A.S.K. (1985 - 1986) (co-production LBS Communications)
  • Rainbow Brite and the Color Kids (1985 - 1988) (co-production with American Greetings and Nelvana; produced by Ruby-Spears)
  • Kissyfur (1986) (co-produced by NBC)
  • Little Clowns of Happytown (1986) (acquired from ABC Entertainment in 2000, co-production with Marvel Productions)
  • Popples (1986 - 1988) (co-production with American Greetings)
  • Dennis the Menace (1986 - 1988) (co-production with The Program Exchange and General Mills; Atkinson Film-Arts co-produced Season 2)
  • The Real Ghostbusters (1986 - 1991) (Produced in association with Columbia Pictures Television)
  • Lady Lovely Locks (1987) (co-production with American Greetings)
  • The Adventures of Teddy Ruxpin (1987) (co-production with Atkinson Film-Arts)
  • Maxie's World (1987) (co-production with Claster Television)
  • Beverly Hills Teens (1987)
  • Dinosaucers (1987 - 1988) (co-production with Coca-Cola Telecommunications and Thames Television, distributed by Sony Pictures Television)
  • Hello Kitty's Furry Tale Theater (1987–1988) (co-production with Sanrio and MGM Television)
  • The New Archies (1987 - 1988) (co-production with Archie Comics and Saban Entertainment)
  • Starcom: The U.S. Space Force (1987 - 1988)
  • Sylvanian Families (1987 - 1988)
  • Derrou Juniors (1988)
  • Beany and Cecil (1988) (co-produced with Bob Clampett Productions)
  • ALF: The Animated Series (1988–1989) (co-production with Alien Productions and Saban Entertainment)
  • C.O.P.S. (1988 - 1989) (co-production with Claster Television)
  • ALF Tales (1988 - 1990) (co-production with Alien Productions and Saban Entertainment)
  • The Chipmunks (1988 - 1991) (previous episodes were produced by Ruby-Spears; some episodes were produced by Murakami-Wolf-Swenson; co-production with Bagdasarian Productions)
  • Ring Raiders (1989) (co-production with Those Characters from Cleveland)
  • The Karate Kid (produced in association with Columbia Pictures Television) (1989 - 1990)
  • Camp Candy (1989 - 1992) (co-production with Saban Entertainment)
  • The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! (1989 - 1990) (co-production with Nintendo of America, Viacom and Television South)
  • The Legend of Zelda (as part of The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!) (1989 - 1990) (co-production with Nintendo of America, Viacom and Television South)
  • The Adventures of Little Audrey (1989 - 1995) (Co-Production with Harvey Films and Jeffrey A. Montgomery)
  • Captain N: The Game Master (1989 - 1992) (co-production with Nintendo of America and Granada Television)
  • G.I. Joe (1989 - 1992) (previous episodes were produced by Sunbow and Marvel; co-production with Claster Television)
  • King Koopa's Kool Kartoons (1989 - 1990)
  • Power Team (as part of Video Power) (1990 - 1992) (produced by Acclaim Entertainment and Saban Entertainment)
  • The Wizard of Oz (1990) (co-production with Turner Entertainment)
  • Captain N & The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3 (1990 - 1991) (co-production with Nintendo of America)
  • Captain Planet and the Planeteers (1990 - 1993) (later episodes were produced by Hanna-Barbera; co-production with TBS and Turner Entertainment, distributed by Warner Bros. Television)
  • New Kids on the Block (1990 - 1991)
  • The Disney Afternoon (1990 - 1994) (TaleSpin, DuckTales, Gummi Bears and Rescue Rangers only; co-production with Buena Vista Television and The Walt Disney Company)
  • Captain Zed and the Zee Zone (1991) (co-production with Collingwood O'Hare and Scottish Television, distributed by HIT Entertainment)
  • Swamp Thing (1991)
  • Hammerman (1991 - 1992)
  • Captain N & Super Mario World (1991 - 1992) (co-production with Nintendo of America & Pacific Rim Productions)
  • Where's Waldo? (1991 - 1992) (distributed by HIT Entertainment)
  • Wish Kid (1991 - 1992)
  • ProStars (1991 - 1992)
  • Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventures (1991) (second season; first season produced by Hanna-Barbera; co-production with Orion Pictures)
  • Super Dave: Daredevil for Hire (1992)
  • Stunt Dawgs (1992 - 1993) (co-production with Rainforest Entertainment and Franklin Waterman Productions)
  • Wild West C.O.W.-Boys of Moo Mesa (1992 - 1994) (Acquired from ABC Entertainment, produced by Greengrass Productions, King World Productions, Gunther-Wahl Productions (Season 1), Ruby-Spears Productions (Season 2), and ABC Entertainment (Season 3))
  • The Incredible Dennis the Menace (1993)
  • Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog (1993-1996) (co-production with Sega Corporation North America and Bohbot Communications)
  • Sonic the Hedgehog (1993 - 1995) (co-production with New World Entertainment and Sega of America)
  • Madeline (1993 - 1994)
  • Hurricanes (1993 - 1997) (co-production with Scottish Television and Siriol Productions, distributed by Bohbot Productions)
  • Street Sharks (1994 - 1995) (distributed by Bohbot Productions)
  • Where on Earth Is Carmen Sandiego? (1994 - 1995) (distributed by The Program Exchange)
  • Bump in the Night (1994 - 1996, Acquired from ABC Entertainment; produced by Danger Productions and Greengrass Productions)
  • Ultraforce (1995)
  • Action Man (1995 - 1996) (not to be confused with the series produced by Mainframe Entertainment produced by YTV and Saban Entertainment)
  • Gadget Boy & Heather (1995 - 1996) (co-production with France Animation and M6)
  • What-a-Mess (1995 - 1996)
  • The New Adventures of Madeline (1995 - 1996)
  • Sailor Moon (first 82 episodes; later episodes were dubbed by Cloverway) (1995 - 1998)
  • The Legend of Sarmoti: Siegfried & Roy (1996)
  • Richie Rich (1996) (co-production with Film Roman and Harvey Flims)
  • Inspector Gadget's Field Trip (1996 - 1998) (Co-Production With Border Television)
  • Gadget Boy's Adventures in History (1997) (co-production with France Animation and M6)
  • Mummies Alive! (1997) (produced by Claster Television, Inc.)
  • The Wacky World of Tex Avery (1997) (produced by Les Studios Tex, Telecima and M6)
  • Extreme Dinosaurs (1997 - 1999) (co-production with Bohbot Kids Network)
  • Pocket Dragon Adventures (1998) (co-production with Bohbot Kids Network)
  • Sonic Underground (1999–2000) (co-production with Sega of America, Les Studios Tex, TF1, Bohbot Kids Network And Anglia Television)
  • Sabrina: The Animated Series (1999 - 2000) (co-production with Savage Studios Ltd., Hartbreak Films and Archie Comics)
  • Archie's Weird Mysteries (1999 - 2000) (co-produced by Les Studios Tex and Archie Comics)
  • Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century (1999 - 2001) (co-production with Scottish Television)
  • Mary-Kate and Ashley in Action! (2001) (produced by Dualstar Animation)
  • Alienators: Evolution Continues (2001 - 2002) (co-produced by The Montecito Picture Company, Columbia TriStar Television and DreamWorks Television)
  • Gadget and the Gadgetinis (2001 - 2002) (co-produced with SIP Animation and Saban Entertainment) Speed Racer X (2002)
  • Liberty's Kids (2002 - 2003)
  • Stargate Infinity (2002 - 2003) (co-production with MGM Television)
  • Super Duper Sumos (2002 - 2003) (co-produced by Les Studios Tex)
  • Sabrina's Secret Life (2003 - 2004) (co-produced by Les Studios Tex and Archie Comics)
  • Knights of the Zodiac (2003 - 2005) (co-produced with Toei Animation and ADV Films)
  • Strawberry Shortcake (2003 - 2008) (co-production with American Greetings)
  • Trollz (2005 - 2006) (co-production with Studio DAM)
  • Horseland (2006 - 2008)
  • Care Bears: Adventures in Care-a-lot (2007 - 2008) (co-production with American Greetings and SD Entertainment)
  • DinoSquad (2007 - 2008)
  • Sushi Pack (2007 - 2009) (co-production with American Greetings, season 2 had Cookie Jar Entertainment instead of DIC Entertainment)

CINAR

  • The Adventures of Paddington Bear (1997 - 2001) (co-produced with Protecrea)
  • The Adventures of the Little Koala (1987 -1993) (co-produced by Viacom, Television South (1987-December 31, 1992) and Meridian Television (1993 - 1994)
  • Albert the Fifth Musketeer (1993) (co-produced by BBC and France Animation)
  • Animal Crackers (1997 - 1999) (co-produced by Alphanim)
  • Are You Afraid of the Dark? (1990 - 2000) (co-produced by YTV and Nickelodeon)
  • Arthur (1996) (co-produced by WGBH, Seasons 1-8 were produced by CINAR, Seasons 9-15 were produced by Cookie Jar Entertainment and Season 16-present were produced by 9 Story Entertainment)
  • The Babaloos
  • The Baskervilles (1999 - 2001) (co-produced by Alphanim)
  • Bizby (1999)
  • A Bunch of Munsch (1992)
  • The Busy World of Richard Scarry (1993 - 1997) (co-produced by Paramount Television)
  • Caillou (1995 - 2013) (co-produced by PBS)
  • Cat Tales (1994 - 1996)
  • Chip and Charlie (1992)
  • C.L.Y.D.E. (1991) (co-produced by France Animation and Central Independent Television)
  • The Country Mouse and the City Mouse Adventures (1997 - 1999) (co-production with WIC Entertainment and France Animation)
  • Creepschool (2003) (co-produced by Alphanim)
  • Dr. Xargle (1991)
  • Flight Squad (1999)
  • Journey to the West - Legends of the Monkey King (1999) (co-production with China Central Television)
  • The Legend of White Fang (1992 - 1994) (co-produced by France Animation)
  • The Little Lulu Show (1995 - 1999)
  • A Miss Mallard Mystery
  • Mona the Vampire (1999 - 2003) (co-produced by Alphanim, ABC for Kids and Treehouse TV)
  • Night Hood (1996)
  • Papa Beaver's Storytime (1993 - 1994) Patrol 03 (co-produced by France Animation)
  • Plumo (co-produced by Radio-Canada, Kids CBC and TFO)
  • Potatoes and Dragons (co-produced by Alphanim)
  • The Real Story of... (1990 - 1992) (co-produced by France Animation)
  • Ripley's Believe It or Not! (co-produced by Alphanim)
  • Ronin Warriors (Distribution Only)
  • Robinson Sucroe (co-produced by France Animation, BBC and Ravensburger)
  • Ronin Warriors (co-produced by Graz Entertainment)
  • Rumble & Growl
  • Simon in the Land of Chalk Drawings (2001)
  • Space Cases (1997 - 1998)
  • The Smoggies (1988)
  • Treasure (2000) (co-produced by BBC)
  • The Twins (2000)
  • Upstairs Downstairs Bears (2000 - 2002) (co-produced by Scottish Television, FilmFair and Egmont Imagination)
  • The Wombles (1996 - 1998) (with United-Productions, FilmFair and HTV Cymru Wales)
  • Who Gets the House?
  • The Whole of the Moon
  • The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1987)
  • The World of David the Gnome (1985 - 2006) (co-produced by The Weinstein Company, BRB Internacional and Miramax Films, United States & Canada distribution only)
  • Young Robin Hood (1991 - 1992) (co-produced by Hanna-Barbera)
  • Zoboomafoo (1999 - 2001) (co-production with Earth Creatures and Maryland Public Television)

Cookie Jar

  • Bronco Teddy (2007)
  • Busytown Mysteries (2007 - present) (also known as "Hurray for Huckie!")
  • Creepschool (co-produced by Alphanim)
  • Gerald McBoing-Boing (2005 - 2007) (co-produced by Teletoon, Classic Media and Ulster Television)
  • Ivanhoe: The King's Knight
  • Johnny Test (2006 - 2012) (co-produced by Teletoon; Season 1 was produced by Warner Bros. Animation and HTV West and Seasons 6-present were produced by 9 Story Entertainment and DHX Media)
  • Kung Fu Dino Posse (2009) (co-produced with Sunwoo Korea Entertainment Inc., Sunwoo Asia-Pacific Pte Ltd., and Optix Entertainment GmbH)
  • Magi Nation (2007 - 2008)    
  • MetaJets (co-produced by Sunwoo)
  • Mudpit (2011)
  • Mumble Bumble
  • Nanoboy (distribution only in Canada)    
  • Noonbory and the Super Seven (2009)
  • Spider Riders (2006 - 2007) (co-produced by Bee Train)
  • Will and Dewitt (2007 - 2008)
  • World of Quest (2008 - 2009)
  • Postcards from Buster (Arthur spinoff) (2004 - 2012) (co-production with Marc Brown Studios and WGBH Educational Foundation)

Specials

  • The Adventures of Ronald McDonald: McTreasure Island (1989) (co-production with McDonald's Corporation, Hi-Tops Video and Christopher Brough Productions)
  • Barbie and the Rockers: Out of this World (1987) (co-production with Saban Entertainment and Mattel)
  • Barbie and The Sensations: Rockin' Back to Earth (1987) (co-production with Saban Entertainment and Mattel)
  • Battletoads (1992)
  • Defenders of Dynatron City (1992)
  • A Hollywood Hounds Christmas (1994)
  • Hulk Hogan: All-Time Champ (1992)
  • Inspector Gadget Saves Christmas (1992) (co-production with LBS Communications)
  • Jingle Bell Rock (1995) Legend of the Hawaiian Slammers (1994)
  • Little Golden Book Land (1989) (co-production with Western Publishing)
  • Madeline (co-production with Cinar and France Animation) (1988)
    • Madeline's Christmas (1990)
    • Madeline's Rescue (1991)
    • Madeline and the Bad Hat (1991)
    • Madeline and the Gypsies (1991)
    • Madeline in London (1991)
  • Meet Julie (1987)
  • Poochie (1984)
  • Robotman & Friends (1985) (co-production with United Media Productions and LBS Communications)
  • Sonic Christmas Blast (1996) (co-production with Sega of America)
  • 'Twas the Night Before Bumpy (1996) (co-production with Danger Productions and Buena Vista Television)
  • Richblanca (1996) (co-production with Harvey Films and Film Roman)
  • Arthur's Perfect Christmas (co-produced by WGBH Educational Foundation) (2000)
  • Arthur, It's Only Rock and Roll (co-produced by WGBH Educational Foundation) (2002)
  • Brown Bear's Wedding (1991)
  • Paddington Goes to the Movies (1980)
  • Paddington Goes to School (1984)
  • Paddington's Birthday Bonanza (1986)
  • The Sleep Room (two part miniseries; 1998) (co-produced by Alpha Media)
  • White Bear's Secret (1992)
  • DuckTales: Time is Money (1988) (co-production with The Walt Disney Company)
  • DuckTales: Super DuckTales (1988) (co-production with The Walt Disney Company)
  • Gummi Bears: King Igthorn (1990) (co-production with The Walt Disney Company)
  • World Womble Day (1990)
  • The Wandering Wombles (1991)
  • The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (compilation films based on 1986 anime)
    • The Marvelous Land of Oz
    • Ozma of Oz
    • The Emerald City of Oz

Live-action series

  • The Zack Files (2000 - 2002)
  • Be the Creature (2003 - 2004)
  • Radio Free Roscoe (2003)
  • The Adrenaline Project (2007 - 2008) (co-production with Yorkshire Television)
  • The Latest Buzz (2007 - 2010)
  • Grandpa in My Pocket (2009)
  • How to Be Indie (2009 - 2011) (co-production with Heroic Film Company and Yorkshire Television)
  • That's So Weird (2009)
  • Cake (2006) (produced in association with Brookwell McNamara Entertainment)
  • Dance Revolution (2006 - 2007) (produced in association with Brookwell McNamara Entertainment)
  • Hey Vern, It's Ernest! (1988 - 1989) (co-produced by Emshell Producers Group, Inc.)
  • Hypernauts (1996)
  • Rimba's Island (1994 - 1996)
  • I'm Telling! (1987–1988) (co-production with Saban Entertainment)
  • Old MacDonald's Sing-A-Long Farm (1994 - 1996)
  • Pepe Plata (co-production with Univision Communications) (1990)
  • Photon (1984) (co-produced by SFM Entertainment and London Weekend Television )
  • Record Breakers (1989)
  • Superhuman Samurai Syber-Squad (1994- 1995) (co-produced by Tsuburaya, Ultracom and All-American Television)
  • Tattooed Teenage Alien Fighters from Beverly Hills (1994 - 1995) (co-production with USA Network)
  • Video Power (1990 - 1992) (produced by Acclaim Entertainment and Saban Entertainment)
  • Zak Tales (1990 - 1991) (co-production with Sesame Workshop, originally The Children's Television Workshop)
  • Zoobilee Zoo (1986) (co-production with Hallmark Cards, BRB Productions, London Weekend Television and SFM Entertainment)
  • Debra! (2011)
  • Are You Afraid of the Dark? (1992 - 1996) (co-production with Nickelodeon, Campfire Productions and YTV)
  • Bonjour Timothy
  • Dark Oracle (2004 - 2006)
  • The Doodlebops (2004 - 2009)
  • Emily of New Moon (1998 - 2000) (co-production with WIC Entertainment and Salter Street Films)
  • Happy Castle
  • The Intrepids (1993 - 1996)
  • Lassie (1997 - 1999) (co-produced by Classic Media and PolyGram Filmed Entertainment)
  • The Mystery Files of Shelby Woo (1996 - 1998) (co-production with Nickelodeon)
  • Sci-Squad
  • Space Cases (1996–1997)
  • Un Hiver de Tourmente
  • Wimzie's House (1995 - 1996)
  • Zoboomafoo (1999 - 2001) (co-production with Maryland Public Television)

Films

  • My Little Pony: Equestria Girls (2013) (co-production with Hasbro Studios)
  • Here Come the Littles (1985) (co-production with ABC Motion Pictures and Clubhouse Pictures)
  • Rainbow Brite and the Star Stealer (1985) (co-production with Warner Bros. Pictures)
  • Heathcliff: The Movie (1986) (co-production with LBS Communications)
  • Strawberry Shortcake: The Sweet Dreams Movie (co-produced by American Greetings)
  • The Kingdom Chums: Little David's Adventure (1986) (co-production with Diana Kerew Productions)
  • Liberty and the Littles (1986) (co-production with ABC; later aired as multi-part TV episode)
  • DuckTales: Treasure of the Golden Suns (1987) (co-production with The Walt Disney Company)
  • Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers: To the Rescue (1989) (co-production with The Walt Disney Company)
  • TaleSpin: Plunder & Lightning (1990) (co-production with The Walt Disney Company)
  • DuckTales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp (1990) (co-production with The Walt Disney Company)
  • Dennis the Menace: Memory Mayhem (1987)
  • Dennis the Menace: The Mitchell's Move (1987)
  • Dennis the Menace: Dennis the Movie Star (1988)
  • M.A.S.K.: The Movie (1988) (co-production with LBS Communications, UK video only)
  • M.A.S.K.: The Movie II (1990) (co-production with LBS Communications, UK video only)
  • The Secret Garden (Acquired from ABC Entertainment; produced by Mike Young Productions, Greengrass Productions, and ABC Entertainment)
  • Sailor Moon R: The Promise of the Rose
  • Sailor Moon S: Hearts on Ice
  • Sailor Moon SuperS: Black Dream Hole
  • Madeline: Lost in Paris (1999) Co-Produced by Meridian Television
  • Inspector Gadget: Gadget's Greatest Gadgets (1999)
  • Sunday Movie Toons series (2002 - 2003)
  • Hockey Night (1984)
  • John the Fearless (1984)
  • Million Dollar Babies (1994)
  • The Best Bad Thing (1997)
  • Ghost of Dickens' Past (1998)
  • Sally Marshall Is Not an Alien (1999)
  • Both Sides of the Law (1999)
  • Who Gets the House? (1999)
  • Kayla (1999)
  • Ivor the Invisible (2001)
  • Heart: The Marilyn Bell Story (2001)
  • Star vs. the Forces of Evil: The Movie (2019) (co-production with Walt Disney Animation Studios and Disney Television Animation)

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