Lionsgate Television

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Lionsgate Television
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Founded 1997
President
Notable Works Mad Men
Nurse Jackie
Orange Is the New Black

Lionsgate Television is the television division of Canadian film company Lionsgate.

History

The company was founded in 1997 with the establishment of Lions Gate Films. Around 1998, the company acquired documentary/reality television company Termite Art Productions, which was reacquired by Erik Nelson in 2004, renaming it Creative Differences.

On July 12, 2006, Lions Gate Entertainment had expanded into television syndication when the company acquired Debmar-Mercury. Before the acquisition, Debmar-Mercury syndicated Lionsgate's film library. 20th Television handles ad-sales to shows distributed by Debmar-Mercury, with the exception of Tyler Perry's Meet the Browns, which is handled by Disney-ABC Domestic Television and Turner Television.

On March 13, 2012, Lionsgate Television formed a joint venture with Thunderbird Films, which was founded by Lionsgate founder and chairman Frank Guistra. The new venture became known as Sea to Sky Entertainment.

List of shows produced by Lionsgate Television

Title Format Network Years
Hope Island Drama PAX 1999–2000
Mysterious Ways Drama PAX 2000–2002
Jeremiah Sci-fi drama Showtime 2002–2004
The Dead Zone Sci-fi drama USA 2002–2007 1
1-800-Missing Crime drama Lifetime 2003–2006
Five Days to Midnight Drama miniseries Syfy 2004
Wildfire Drama ABC Family 2005–2008
Weeds Comedy Showtime 2005–2012
Lovespring International Sitcom Lifetime 2006
I Pity the Fool Reality TV Land 2006
The Dresden Files Fantasy mystery drama Syfy 2007
Hidden Palms Drama The CW 2007
GRΣΣK Dramedy ABC Family 2007–2011
Mad Men Drama AMC 2007–2015
The Kill Point Crime drama miniseries Spike 2007
Speed Racer: The Next Generation Animated Nicktoons 2008–2013
Fear Itself Horror drama NBC 2008
Paris Hilton's My New BFF Reality competition MTV 2008–2011
Crash Drama Starz 2008–2009
Nurse Jackie Medical dramedy Showtime 2009–2015
Blue Mountain State Sports sitcom Spike 2010–2011
Running Wilde Comedy FOX 2010
FX 2011
Boss Drama Starz 2011–2012
Anger Management Sitcom FX 2012–2014 4
Nashville Music drama ABC 2012–2016
CMT 2017–present 2
Family Trade Game show GSN 2013
Orange Is the New Black Dramedy Netflix 2013–present
Deal with It Reality comedy TBS 2013–2014
Best Daym Takeout Reality show Travel Channel 2013
Tequila Sisters Reality documentary TVGN 2013–2014
Next Caller Sitcom NBC unaired (2013) 3
Deion's Family Playbook Reality show OWN 2014–2015
Saint George Sitcom FX 2014 4
Deadbeat Comedy Hulu 2014–2016
Chasing Life Drama ABC Family 2014–2015
Way Out West Reality show truTV 2014
Manhattan Drama WGN America 2014–2015 5
Partners Sitcom FX 2014 4
Ascension Sci-fi drama miniseries Syfy 2014 6
Alaska: Battle on the Bay Reality show Animal Planet 2015
Christina Milian Turned Up Reality show E! 2015–2016
The Royals Drama E! 2015–present 6
DeSean Jackson: Home Team Reality show BET 2015
Don't Blink Documentary POP 2015
Monica the Medium Reality show ABC Family 2015
Freeform 2016–present
Hellevator Game show GSN 2015–present
Join or Die with Craig Ferguson Panel comedy History 2016
Douglas Family Gold Documentary Oxygen 2016–present
Feed the Beast Drama AMC 2016 7
Guilt Mystery thriller Freeform 2016
Greenleaf Drama OWN 2016–present
MacGyver Action drama CBS 2016–present 8
Graves Comedy Epix 2016–2017
Revenge Body with Khloé Kardashian Reality competition E! 2017–present
Kicking & Screaming Reality competition FOX 2017–present
Dimension 404 Sci-fi anthology Hulu 2017–present
Dear White People Comedy Netflix 2017–present
Candy Crush Game show CBS 2017–present 8
White Famous Comedy Showtime 2017
Checked Inn Docuseries OWN 2017–present
Step Up: High Water Drama YouTube Red 2018–present
The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale Comedic talk show Netflix 2018–present
Music City Reality documentary CMT 2018–present
Model Squad Reality show E! 2018–present
Norm Macdonald Has a Show Comedic talk show Netflix 2018/2019–present

1Co-production with Paramount Television from 2002 to 2006, and CBS Paramount Network Television from 2006 to 2007.
2Co-production with ABC Studios.
3Co-production with Universal Television.
4Co-production with Debmar-Mercury.
5Co-production with Tribune Studios.
6Co-production with Universal Cable Productions.
7Co-production with AMC Studios.
8Co-production with CBS Television Studios.

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