What if Paramount Animation was founded in 1940, rather than 2015, and Games Animation, Inc. was founded in 1985, rather than 1992?

The current logo for Paramount Animation, used since 2019.

Well, here is what would happen.

List of changes

  • Paramount Animation would've been originally known as Anderson Productions (1940-1956), Pinwheel Productions (1956-1961), Pinwheel Animation (1961-1980), and Paramount Animation Studios (1981-2014, Paramount Feature Animation for films).
    • It would have two original founders: Games Phillip "Wheel" Anderson (1908-2003) and William Nickolas Anderson (1912-2007). They would be CEOs until their retirements in 1994. (not real people)
    • However, they still gave input for ideas within Games Animation until their deaths.
    • Games and William died in 2003 and 2007 respectively.
  • Paramount would make more short films, with their 1950s cartoon characters such as SpongeBob being still owned by them and used in current media.
  • Casper the Friendly Ghost's first animated short The Friendly Ghost (1945) would've been a featurette.
    • Speaking of Casper the Friendly Ghost, the 1995 movie would have been Paramount's first live action remake.
  • SpongeBob SquarePants would've been the official mascot of Paramount Pictures and its parent company Viacom.
    • While SpongeBob SquarePants would be the studio's mascot from the 1950s to the present day, he would be later accompanied by Patrick and Squidward in 1978. June joined the mascot roster in 1995, Sonic the Hedgehog joined the mascot roster in 2001.
  • Viacom would acquire Paramount in 1989 and the rights to the Games library would be owned by Paramount until then.
    • Nickelodeon would've been owned by Gulf-Western instead of Warner-Amex.
  • Ralph Bakshi would've been the co-director of Paramount's pre-1992 animated films.
    • Most of Ralph Bakshi's work would've been fully produced by Paramount Pictures, with them owning the permanent rights.
  • Rankin/Bass co-founder Jules Bass would've become a Paramount veteran animator, shortly after Rankin/Bass was absorbed into Warner Bros. Animation.
  • ViacomCBS would be acquired by Verizon in mid-2020 and renamed into Verizon Media.
  • Fleischer Studios would be absorbed into Games Animation Inc. by the time that the latter company would be incepted.
  • Paramount Animation would have its own animated cartoon short series named Gametoons. It would be a competitor to the short series and anthologies of the Golden Age of Animation.
    • Characters from SpongeBob SquarePants, Ren and Stimpy, Rocko's Modern Life, The Angry Beavers, and CatDog would first appear in the Gametoons series.
    • They would be created with the help of animators like Bob Clampett, Tex Avery and Chuck Jones.
    • The Gametoons characters would appear in Who Framed Roger Rabbit and BlooJ's Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends (2020 film) at Marvin Acme's funeral, meaning that the scene would make it into the final film.
  • Paramount would still make more animated films after Fleischer's departure, despite the box-office disaster of Mr. Bug Goes to Town.
  • SpongeBob SquarePants creator Stephen Hillenburg would work for Games Animation Inc and Paramount Animation. He would also work on most of the Nicktoons from the 1990s to 2010s until his death in 2018.
  • The 1971 live-action film Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (which would been titled Charlie and the Chocolate Factory) would be released as an animated film.
    • The 2005 remake would be released in 2002 by Paramount and would be more accurate to the book.
  • Nicktoons would later be mostly known for both the its classic animated series such as DougRugrats, etc. and its adult animated sitcoms with crude humor since 1991.
  • Paramount Pictures would have an association with CBS since the 40's.
    • However, Paramount was briefly associated with ABC in the 50's, then went back to CBS.
  • Doug would be fully owned by Nickelodeon instead of Disney, meaning that Doug's 1st Movie would be distributed by Paramount instead of Disney.
  • Ren & Stimpy would last from 1992 to 2006.
    • R&S: APC would be known as Season 12-19 of the show, and would have more episodes.
    • The episodes from the critically panned 2003 reboot would've been part of the show. They would be of better quality than their real versions and would have been well-received by critics and audiences, with the exception of Ren Seeks Help, which would be the most controversial Ren and Stimpy episode.
    • Stimpy's Pregnant would not exist.
  • The Prometheus and Bob movie would actually be made and be released in 1998, albeit with mixed to negative reviews by critics and a Rotten rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
  • Monster Trucks and the Transformers films would perform much better at the box office and critically.
  • The character Jenny Wakeman would've debut as a comic book character in Nick Magazine in 1994 and would have later appeared in Oh Yeah Cartoons! for two of its episodes.
  • Mike, Lu & Og would be a Nicktoon instead of a Cartoon Cartoon, and would be produced by Klasky-Csupo.
  • Following Verizon Media's acquisition of a 49% stake in Miramax, beIN Media Group would agree to cede control to VM.
  • The live-action Sailor Moon movie which had been cancelled by Disney would be released in 2006 by Paramount and Krusty Krab Productions.
  • Games Animation Inc. would have a division dedicated to the production of adult animation called Krusty Krab Productions. It was formerly named Stimpy the Milkman Pictures (1991-1996) and Mr. Krabs Industries (1996-1999).
  • Wonder Park would be produced in 1994 as a traditionally hand-drawn animated film. It was one of Paramount’s highest-grossing animated movies.
    • This AU version of Wonder Park would be rated G, but the uncut version would be rated PG.
    • Unlike the real-life CGI animated film, this version would've been more successful in this AU.
    • However, it had a hybrid remake in 2019. (replacing our real Dora and the Lost City of Gold).
    • Starting with Wonder Park, the Paramount Feature Animation logo would appear at the end of the movie (except for DreamWorks Animation SKG movies distributed by PFA which would have the DreamWorks Pictures logo), while the Paramount Pictures logo would appear at the start of the movie.
  • VeggieTales would be on Nick Jr. and Nickelodeon and the rights to the franchise would be owned by Paramount Pictures.
  • The Prince of EgyptThe Road to El DoradoSpirit: Stallion of the Cimarron and Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas would've been co-produced and co-animated by DreamWorks Animation.
  • Some of the staff of Paramount Animation would work on various projects outside of the studio.
  • Patchy the Pirate and Potty from the SpongeBob SquarePants specials would've had their own animated series (taking the place of our real SpongeBob SquarePants).
    • They would also consistently host programming on Nickelodeon alongside Henry and June from 1996 to 2007.
  • Nick at Nite would host more adult animation, while also airing the same sitcoms as its real-life version.
    • Most of the Comedy Central, MTV and Spike/Paramount Network cartoons would be in the line-up.
  • Nickelodeon would've teamed up with the Walt Disney Company to air its films and shows, before Disney launched its very first TV network (Disney Channel) in 1983 and ended their partnership deal in 1988.
  • The Nickelodeon Suites Resort would move to Universal Orlando Resort in 2016.
    • However, the operator would change from Holiday Inn to Karisma Hotels and Resorts.
  • Paramount and Warner Bros. made a co-production deal in 1997 due to them owning joint-venture Comedy Partners, which at the time owned Comedy Central and The Bloo.
    • The initial deal involved them making at least 1 co-produced movie a year, and ran until 2014.
    • However, a new deal was made in 2016, with Paramount and Warner Bros making 3 movies based off of existing The Bloo properties.
  • Paramount Vantage would continue to operate as Paramount's specialty film division.
    • Vantage would operate until April 2020, when it would be folded into Miramax.
      • Some of the films released under the label are involved with Nick at Nite.
  • DreamWorks would have been fully owned by ViacomCBS. Its original incarnation was founded in 1979 as a television production company within Paramount Pictures.
    • Its productions mainly consisted of low-budget syndicated programming.
      • The studio was also used as a backup in case Games Animation got shut down. In 1987, DreamWorks was losing money and at best making low profits. However, it mostly shut down in 1984 due to bankruptcy. In 1985, to save the near-dying studio from bankruptcy, Paramount decided to convert DreamWorks Studios into a New Line Cinema-esque film studio that would function as a joint venture between Gulf+Western and MCA (with Columbia Pictures holding a 15% stake for a short time). The conversion was successful, and DreamWorks is producing films to this day.
      • Trolls would be produced in 1996 as a traditionally animated film as one of DreamWorks' first animated films. It would've been more critically successful.
        • However, the version we got in reality was released in 2016 as a remake in this alternate universe.
        • The character Guy Diamond would be fully clothed and sneeze out glitter for the AU version, compare to the real-life version, who is fully naked and farts out glitter, which would happen only in the live-action/CGI remake.
        • The film will still be rated PG, but the tone would be a little darker.
        • The songs "Can't Stop the Feeling!" and "Move Your Feet" would originate in 1995 by Paul McCartney as original songs for Trolls.
  • Shrek would be released in 1995 as a film utilizing a revolutionary mix of animation techniques including, but not limited to; hand-drawn, CGI and stop-motion.
  • The 2003 film The Cat in the Hat would've been an animated film rather than a live-action film.
    • Unlike the real-life live-action one, this version would've been successful.
    • A massive part of the adult gags in the film were censored on its original AU theatrical release. The adult gags that will be either cut from the AU version or toned down include:
      • The Cat lusting over a picture of Sally and Conrad's mother.
      • The Cat nearly yelling "Son of a bitch!" in one scene where he accidentally chopped part of his tail.
      • The infamous "Dirty hoe!" line.
      • The Cat showing his car in which he calls it the "Super Hydraulic Instantaneous Transporter" (S.H.I.T) will be changed to "Super Luxurious Omnidirectional Whatchamajigger a.k.a. the S.L.O.W.".
      • The cameo of Paris Hilton (whom the Cat is attracted to) dancing in a club.
      • However, on DVD and Blu-Ray releases, the original versions of the gags were left in (when enabled).
  • DreamWorks and Pacific Data Images would be more integrated into ViacomCBS considering that DreamWorks would be owned by ViacomCBS (as well as Comcast) in this universe.
  • CBS would have the broadcast rights to MLB, which it would take from Fox.
    • MTV, MTV2 and Showtime would own the rights to WWE, which they took from USA Network.
    • Nick@Nite and Comedy Central would air cable NASCAR races.
  • MTV would still air music programming as well as its reality, comedy and adult animation fare.
  • CBS would air some adult animation. It would air SpongeBob SquarePants (TV-14 episodes) in 1998, StarBirds in 2001 (which soon moved to ABC for the 2002 season), Barnyard in 2005 and The X's in 2006.
  • In 1994, Games Animation Inc and Paramount Animation were taken over by Bloo J, Matt Chaudhary, Stephen Hillenburg and John Kricfalusi, deemed "The Fabulous Four".
    • The group was renamed to "The Terrific Trio" in 2015 after John K was fired due to sexual allegations against him.
    • They decided to rename Mountain Animation into Paramount Feature Animation once they took over.
    • TBA
  • South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut would've been released in 1996 rather than 1999, and would begin the South Park franchise.
    • The movie would be called Goin' Down to South Park, much like the mockumentary of the same name.
    • In this version, Ike would accompany the boys to the battlefield.
    • Kenny would be given a subplot in Hell where Satan challenged him to find Snacky S'mores proofs-of-purchase in order to get a wish granted. In the end, he opts to use them to wish everyone back to life
    • The Mole will debut at Gregory's "La Resistance" meeting, digging up through the floor to get in.
    • The film would start with Saddam Hussein being executed, setting up his appearance in Hell later on.
    • Instead of Conan O'Brien jumping and falling and crushed to his death at the car (with extra humor as the car owner turn off the alarm), he would take out a gun and shoot himself in the head (as it splatted entire part to the horror of his guests). 
  • Speaking of which, South Park would be a stop motion adult show animated overseas by Cuppa Coffee Studios and Aardman Animations using claymation and cut-out graphics. It would also be a show for Nick at Nite.
    • Kenny McCormick would cameo in some Nickelodeon media as a punching bag.
  • Henry Danger would've been instead been an adult animated sitcom created by Seth MacFarlane,  Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon.
    • It combines elements from The Adventures of Kid Danger, meaning that both TAOKD and Danger Force wouldn't exist.
  • Back at the Barnyard would've been called The Barnyard. It would be released in 2005 rather than 2007, and instead be an adult animated sitcom. It was received well.
    • The film, Barnyard, would be released in 2003 instead of 2006.
  • The Loud House would've been released in 2002 rather than 2016, and instead be an adult animated sitcom.
    • In this AU, The Loud Siblings would be genderbent (with the exception of Lola).
  • The Nick Picks and Nick Jr. Favorites DVDs would be very different.
    • Viacom would not have any issues.
    • More Nick Picks DVDs would be released.
  • Patty and Potty and The Fairly OddParents would be considered Nickelodeon's top-rated show and is then followed by Avatar: The Last AirbenderT.U.F.F. PuppyTeenage Mutant Ninja TurtlesThe Legend of KorraThe Loud House and Glitch Techs.
  • The Garfield Show would be a 2D-animation cartoon created by Chris Savino and Jim Davis and would air on Nickelodeon.
  • Instead of The Fairly OddParents Season 9-10 in the GAI AU, Chloe will be separate from The Fairly OddParents would be star in a stand-alone show called Chloe-Scouts (2013-2018) instead. 
  • Some Cartoon Network shows (like Camp Lazlo, Adventure Time and The Powerpuff Girls) would air on Nickelodeon instead of Cartoon Network.
  • Also, Disney Channel shows Phineas and Ferb and Big City Greens would air on Nickelodeon instead of Disney Channel.
  • The split-screen credits would still be used as well, including the closing logos with the generic themes (similar to the major US networks) which have the remixes of the Nick theme.
    • They would be in the style of Nick at Nite's current SSCs.
  • Super Mario Bros. (1993) would be released by Paramount as an animated film that is more faithful to the source material.
  • Sanjay and Craig would instead be an adult animated sitcom created by Loren Bouchard, Seth MacFarlane, and Jay Howell.
    • Unlike the real-life version, this version would've been more successful and would receive better reviews in the AU.
    • The series would run from 2013 to present day.
    • 95% of the toilet humor in the film would be cut.
    • Brett Venom, M.D. (the show's first episode), Fart Baby, and Booyah for Bollywood (the show's finale) would not exist.
    • Laugh Quake would be the show's first episode instead.
  • Breadwinners would've been called Bread Ducks and released in 2003 rather than 2014, and instead be an adult animated sitcom. And, unlike Breadwinners, this version will receive positive reviews.
  • Dora and the Lost City of Gold would've been released in 2004 as a traditionally animated film.
    • There would not be as much adult gags in this version.
    • Ray Charles is dedicated after the fiasco trio appears in the end of the film.
    • The hallucination scene would not be in it due to the film already being 2D animated.
  • The Nicktoons crossover film (known as Nicktoons Unite!), Jimmy Neutron 2: The Search for Carl, the sequels to Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events, and the live-action Rugrats would exist.
    • TBA.
  • Sonic The Hedgehog would've been produced as a computer-animated film and would have released in 2001 rather than 2020. (replacing our real Shrek movie)
    • In addition, Sonic's design controversy won't happen due to Paramount announcing that they would first make Sonic look more identical to how he appeared originally in the games, much like his Valentine's Day 2020 design.
  • Hotel for Dogs would've been an animated film rather than a live-action film (due to its cartoony nature).
    • Monster Trucks and the Transformers films (which were all live-action films in real-life) would also be animated.
  • Glitch Techs would air on Paramount+ and Nickelodeon rather than Netflix.
  • SpongeBob SquarePants would be released in 1997 as a show for Nickelodeon as well as Nick at Nite.
    • Truth or SquareAtlantis SquarePantis and the stop-motion specials It's a SpongeBob Christmas! and The Legend of Boo-Kini Bottom still exist as one-off specials/TV films for SpongeBob. However, they would not be based on the TV series, but instead the Gametoons version of SpongeBob.
    • The CGI superhero designs style for other SpongeBob characters than Sandy would look more realistic.
    • All the bad shows made to imitate SpongeBob don't exist.
    • Kamp KoralThe Patrick Star Show and the untitled Squidward spin-off would exist, but they would be different. Kamp Koral would be a stop-motion show that airs on Nick Jr. and be made in 2002, The Patrick Star Show would be one of Paramount+'s first original shows, and the Squidward spin-off would be named Squidward's Back and be created in 2008 for Nickelodeon.
  • Rise of the Guardians would be released in December, have a much better marketing campaign and would perform well at the box office, giving Paramount Animation an opportunity for a sequel that would release in 2018.
    • The sequel to Rise of the Guardians will take place a year after the first film.
  • The Smurfs films would've be produced by Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon Movies instead of Columbia Pictures and Sony Pictures Animation (although the animation would still be done by Sony Pictures Imageworks), and even the CGI design style of the Smurfs and Azrael in the live-action film duology would look cartoony and identical to Peyo's artwork, much like Smurfs: The Lost Village.
  • Two Rugrats Sequels would've been direct-to-video rather than Theatrical.
    • Rugrats Go Wild would be more successful in the AU version.
  • The MCU would still be owned by Paramount, but with Disney owning 45%.
  • After the series finale of iCarly, the channel's live-action schedule would be gradually axed as a way to focus exclusively on animated content and provide stronger competition to Cartoon Network rather than Disney Channel, most of the live-action sitcoms will be animated Nicktoons while some would be Nick at Nite Adult shows.
    • As a result, future live-action sitcoms would be produced instead for TeenNick.
  • The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run, which its theatrical release has been cancelled due to the coronavirus will be released in theaters in 2021 instead.

History 

Games Anderson and William Anderson era and Origins of Paramount Animation (1940-1985)

Animator and movie producer Games Phinwheel Anderson, along with his younger brother Williams Pinwheel Anderson, founded his animation studio, which was located in Paramount, which in turn, was based in Hollywood in 1940.

In 1938, after being caught attention by the universal blockbuster success of Walt Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, released a year earlier, Anderson expanded into feature production to replicate Disney's success. At the same time, Anderon had planned for pitching with films such as Headin' SouthTBAThe TBA (a commendation which mix between animation and live-action), two respective adaptations of P. L. Travers' Marry Poppins and L. Frank Baum's The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus.

TBA.

1945: Creation of Gametoons

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1951: The birth of Games Animation, Inc.

TBA

1994: The takeover era (1994-2018)

First Part of Takeover (1994-1996)

In August 1994, an announcement was made regarding Games Anderson and William Anderson (the founders of Paramount Animation and Games Animation Inc) proposing to sell their roles in the Paramount animation studios to entertainment figures Bloo J, Matt Chaudhary, Stephen Hillenburg, and John Kricfalusi due to Viacom’s acquisition of Paramount Communications that year. On October 12, 1994, Games and William Anderson resigned from the studios, and a day later "The Fabulous Four" officially announced their entrance into the studio.

In 1995, traditional animation artists from other studios joined Paramount Feature Animation and Games Animation Inc, which led to Paramount acquiring PDI and DNA Productions, companies specializing in visual effects and CGI graphics, and renaming them (and subsequently merging them) into a new company called Paramount Digital Graphics.

Paramount Feature Animation and Games Animation Inc had new traditional animators working for their animation department, and the computer animators worked on CG films. Amblimation and TBA would be shut down in 1997 and TBA, leading the staff to join to work DreamWorks, Paramount Feature Animation and Games Animation Inc, while most of the studio's old animators retired or passed away, with only a few of them continuing to work.

TBA

The Rise of Computer Animation (2001-2006)

On May 2003, Games Anderson passed away at the age of 94. TBA.

Due to the success of computer-animated films, DreamWorks and Paramount Animation decided in 2001 to focus on both hand-drawn animation and CGI animation. Around the same time, Paramount Animation was struggling to compete with the rising CGI animation, which was causing a decline of demand for hand-drawn animation. However, their 2001 computer-animated film Sonic the Hedgehog was a commercial and critical success.

ViacomCBS and Verizon Media era (2019-present)

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Channels

Current

  • Nickelodeon  (1961-present, formerly Pinwheel Place from 1961 to 1977 (as a local program), C-3 from 1977 to 1979 and Pinwheel from 1979 to 1980) - The main channel. It is aimed at kids and family. Its programming mainly consists of cartoons and sitcoms.
    • Nick Jr. (As a block: 1985-present. As a channel: 1994-present.) - Nickelodeon's block aimed for toddlers and young children. Its spinoff channel, Noggin, launched in 1994.
    • Nick at Nite (!) (1985-present) - Nickelodeon's primetime block, featuring a mix of adult animation and sitcoms.
      • Nick Anime (1998-present) - Nick at Nite's anime block.
    • Snick (1992-present) - Nickelodeon's marquee premiere block, featuring a mix of animation and live-action sitcoms split across two sides; one for Nickelodeon and one for Nick at Nite.
  • Nicktoons (2001-present)
  • MTV (1981-present)
    • MTV2 (1996-present, formerly M2 from 1996 to 1997)
    • Tres (1998-present, formerly MTVS from 1998 to 2001, MTV Espanol from 2001 to 2006 and MTV Tres from 2006 to 2010)
    • MTV Live (2006-present, formerly Music: High Definition from 2006 to 2008 and Palladia from 2008 to 2016)
    • MTV Classic (1998-present, formerly VH1 Smooth from 1998 to 1999, VH1 Classic Rock from 1999 to 2000 and VH1 Classic from 2000 to 2016)
  • VH1 (1985-present, formerly Video Hits One from 1985 to 1988 and VH-1 from 1987 to 1994)
  • CMT (1983-present, formerly Country Music Television from 1983 to 2004)
    • CMT Music (1998-present, formerly VH1 Country from 1998 to 2006 and CMT Pure Country from 2006 to 2016)
  • Logo (2001-present, formerly VH1 Mega Hits from 2001 to 2005 and LogoTV from 2013 to 2015)
  • TeenNick (2002-2007; 2007-present, formerly The N [as a block] from 2002 to 2007 and The N [channel] from 2007-2009)
  • TV Land (1996-present) - A spin-off channel of Nick at Nite showing sitcoms. Made due to N@N's increasing focus on animated adult sitcoms.
  • Comedy Central (1991-present)
  • Paramount Network (1983-present, formerly The Nashville Network from 1983 to 1997, TNN from 1997 to 2000, The National Network from 2000 to 2003, The First Network for Men for a short time in 2003, Spike TV from 2003 to 2006 and Spike from 2006 to 2018.)
  • DreamWorksTV (2013-present)
  • The Bloo (1991-present)
    • The Bloo Jr. (1995-present) -
    • The Bloo Family (1995-present)
    • The Bloo DeTour (1995-present, formerly named The Bloo Night Planet from 1996-2000)
  • Showtime (1976-present)
  • Untiled Nick at Nite Spinoff Block (2020-present)

Former

  • UPN (1995-2005) - Merged with The WB into The CW.
  • Nick GAS (1999-2007)
  • MTVK (1997-2009)
  • TBA

Shows/Television

  • (^) = Shows produced before the Nickelodeon channel launched
  • (@) = animated series
  • (!) = aired on Nick at Nite
  • (*) = Nick Jr./Nickelodeon preschool shows
  • (#) = Shows made by Games Animation, Inc.
  • (+) = aired on Paramount+

Animation/Others

1950s-1960s

  • GameToons (^) (@) (1941-1985, 1995-present co-production with Pinwheel Animation (1941-1985) and Games Animation, Paramount Animation (1995-present) - A series of cartoon shorts, all of which are listed below.
    • The Sponge and the Star (^) (@) (1951-1985) - A slapstick cartoon series created by Tex Avery, Kelly N. Hillenburg Jr., and Games Anderson involving a sea sponge named SpongeBob and a starfish named Patrick in their misadventures around Bikini Bottom.
    • Ren and Stimpy (^) (@) (1951-1985)
    • Modern Life (^) (@) (1951-1985)
    • The Beaver Brothers (^) (@) (1951-1985)
    • CatDog (^) (@) (1951-1985)
  • The Gametoons Show (^) (@) (1960-1999) - a long running series featuring Gametoons characters, which featuring three theatrical Gametoons shorts with new linking sequences with TBA hosting the show. The show's title and length changed regularly over the years.
  • Pinwheel Place (1961-1977 co-production with Pinwheel Animation and Games Animation)
  • The Adventures of Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy (^) (@) (1963-1972) created by Max Fleischer, TBA

1970s

  • Kellogg's and General Mills Cereal Tunes (^) (@) fully owned by Kellogg's and General Mills) (1972-1982; co-production with Kellogg's, General Mills, Pinwheel Animation and Games Animation) - TBA
  • The SpongeBob Show (@) (1972-1974, co-produced with MTM Enterprises, Filmation and Games Animation) - TBA.
  • The Adventures of Benny the Bilby (@) (1972-1981, co-produced with Ruby Spears Enterprises) - TBA
  • Moose and Zee (@) (*) (1974-1977, co-produced with Pinwheel Animation and Games Animation) - TBA.
  • The Mumbly Cartoon Show (@) (1976-1978, co-produced with Hanna-Barbera Productions and Games Animation) - TBA
  • TBA

1980s

  • Danger Mouse (1981-1992, joint production with Cosgrove Hall Films and Games Animation)
  • Betty Boop and Friends (@) (1983-86, co-produced with Ruby-Spears Enterprises, NTA/Republic Pictures, King Features Entertainment, Games Animation and Fleischer Studios)
  • Thomas & Friends (@) (#) (*) (1984-present, joint production with The Britt Allcroft Company/Gullane Entertainment (1984–2002), HIT Entertainment (2003–2016), Mattel Creations (2017–present), Hot Animation (2003-2009), Arc Productions/Jam Filled Toronto (2009-2021), Nelvana (2021-present), and Games Animation) - Based on a series of children's books, "Thomas & Friends" features Thomas the Tank Engine going on adventures with his fellow locomotives on the island of Sodor. Thomas is apt to get into trouble by trying too hard to be, in his words, a "really useful engine," attempting to do things that are best left to bigger engines. Other members of Sir Topham Hatt's railway include junior engine Percy, Thomas' best friend, who is always willing to help, and big engine Gordon -- the fastest and most powerful member of the team -- who uses his superior strength to help the smaller engines get out of trouble.
  • The All-New Underdog Adventure (@) (1986-1990; in co-production with The Program Exchange and Games Animation) - TBA
  • The Mirrorverse (@) (#) (1986-1991, co-produced with Ruby-Spears Enterprises and Games Animation) - A Girl named Jamie goes through mirrors to different world with her best friend Timmy and an elderly dog that can talk named Jerry
  • Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! (@) (#) (1986-1989, 2002-2005, co-produced with Hanna-Barbera (1986-1989) and Games Animation) - Join Wubbzy and all of his Wuzzleburg friends! Widget is the busiest builder and fix-it whiz, Walden knows all about science and art, Daizy is the sweet girly-girl next door and Wubbzy is the fun, lovable and curious little guy who is always looking to play, play, play!
  • Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures (@) (#) (1987-1988, co-produced with Bakshi-Hyde Ventures, Terrytoons, 20th Century Fox Television, and Games Animation)
  • Count Duckula (@) (#) (1988-1994, joint production with Cosgrove Hall Films and Games Animation) - TBA
  • VeggieTales (@) (#) (*) (1988-present, joint production with Big Idea Productions, Paramount Digital Graphics (1996-present), DreamWorks Television, and Games Animation) - Larry, Bob, and the rest of the veggies teach Christianity to the audience.

1990s

  • Are You Afraid of the Dark? (!) (@) (#) (Rated: TV-14-LV/TV-MA-LV) (1990-1996, 1999-2005, 2019-present, a joint production with Klasky-Csupo, Cinar, Stretch Films, Games Animation (1990-1993), WildBrain (new seasons), and Krusty Krab Productions (1993-present)) - This spooky anthology series for teens recounts ghost stories told by the young members of the Midnight Society as they gather around a campfire. Each episode opens with members of the Midnight Society at their secret spot in the woods, where they prepare their fire and the night's storyteller announces the title of the his or her offering. However, the cameras soon leave the storyteller and switch to the tale being told.
  • Jeffy (@) (#) (1991-1999, co-produced with TBA) - TBA.
  • Doug (1991-1999, joint production with Jumbo Pictures, Elipse Programme (1992-1994), and Games Animation) - TBA
  • Ren and Stimpy (@) (#) (Rated: TV-PG (1991-1996), TV-PG-LV (1997-2003), TV-14-DLSV/TV-MA-LV (2003-present)) (1991-present, joint production with Spümco (1991-2018), Games Animation, Inc., and Joe Murray Productions (2018-present) - Ren, a psychotic Chihuahua, and Stimpson J. Cat, a dimwitted Manx cat who goes by the nickname Stimpy, have a host of unusual adventures.
  • Rugrats (*) (@) (#) (Rated: TV-Y) (1991-2004, co-produced with Klasky Csupo and Games Animation) - Rugrats' reveals the world from a baby's point of view. Everything looks bigger, more mysterious and controllable. Angelica, the oldest, likes to terrorise her cousin, Tommy, and his friends, and is famous for screaming, "You stupid babies!" The adults in the series are often clueless.
  • Rocko's Modern Life (!) (@) (#) (Rated: TV-PG/TV-14) (1991-1998, joint production with Joe Murray Productions, MTV Productions, Games Animation and Krusty Krab Productions) - Rocko is a wallaby who has moved from his native Australia to the United States. But life in the United States isn't as idyllic as he had hoped it would be, for he is surrounded by annoying neighbors, tons of laundry, and life's issues in general. By Rocko's side to help him over the obstacles and through the challenges life throws at him are his best friend Heffer (a dim-witted bovine), his canine companion Spunky, and his neurotic buddy Filburt.
  • Little Bear (*) (@)  (#) (Rated: TV-Y) (1992-2001; co-produced with Nelvana, Wild Things Productions, and Games Animation) - The curious cub and his forest friends, including Owl, Hen, Cat and Emily, a human girl who lives nearby, play together in the woods, relying on their imaginations to provide them with plenty of adventures.
  • Adventures in Cerealville (@) (#) (1992-1998) (co-produced with Nelvana, Skellington Productions, Amblin Television, Games Animation and Warner Bros. Television) - A TV adaptation of The Cerealville Meltdown, which takes place after the film.
  • Beavis and Butt-Head (!) (@) (Rated: TV-PG/TV-14) (1993-1997, 2011-2014, animation produced by Film Roman (revival only), co-produced with Judgemental Films, Games Animation, MTV Animation, Stmpy Milkman Productions/Mr. Krabs Industries/Krusty Krab Productions) - Beavis and Butt-head are, as one of the early preshow disclaimers read, "dumb, crude, ugly, thoughtless, sexist, self-destructive fools. But for some reason the (boys) make us laugh." During the show -- which had a five-year run beginning in 1993 and was resurrected by creator Mike Judge in 2011 -- the dim-witted duo watch music videos and provide their own running commentary on the clips, with plenty of childlike chortling along the way. A 21st-century return allows the still-high-school-age pals to unleash their snarky, immature comments upon both music and viral videos, pop-culture phenomenon such as Lady Gaga and even MTV properties "Jersey Shore" and "16 and Pregnant."
  • Duckman (!) (@) (Rated: TV-PG/TV-14/TV-MA) (1993-2004, joint production with Klasky-Csupo, Reno & Osborn Productions, Games Animation and Stimpy the Milkman Pictures/Mr. Krabs Industries/Krusty Krab Productions) - A crass, womanizing duck works as a private eye with his level-headed pig sidekick, all-the-while raising a family as a single dad.
  • Doctor Who (!) (@) (Rated: TV-Y7) (1994-present, joint production with BBC Worldwide, Nelvana and Games Animation) - The adventures of an alien named the Doctor, his companion, Ella, and his robot dog, K9.
  • Moose and Zee (@) (*) (1994-2004, co-produced with Nelvana and Games Animation) - a remake to the 1974 show.
  • The Nite Coast with SpongeBob (!) (@) (#) (Rated: TV-PG/TV-14) (1994-2006, joint production with United Plankton Pictures, Games Animation and Krusty Krab Productions) - TBA
  • Franklin (*) (@) (#) (1994-2004, co-produced with Kids Can Press, Games Animation and Noggin LLC) - Six-year-old Franklin the turtle, his best friend Bear, and their pals face life's challenges together in this animated series based on the books by Paulette Bourgeois and Brenda Clark. Franklin and his friends learn about life in their village of Woodland, frequently with the help of a parent or other adult.
  • Aaahh!!! Real Monsters (Rated: TV-Y7-TBA) (@) (#) (1994-1997, joint production with Klasky Csupo, Stretch Films and Games Animation) - Ickis, Oblina and Krumm are monsters-in-training at the Monster Academy.
  • Adventures in Wonder Park (@)  (#) (Rated: TV-Y7/TV-PG) (1995-2002; co-produced with Nelvana, Amblin Television and Games Animation) - Based on the 1994 flim, this show chronicles the adventures of June, exploring the hidden secrets of the park after the events of the first movie.
  • Sailor Moon (!) (@) (#) (Rated: TV-PG-LV/TV-14-LV) (1995-2000, joint production with DiC Entertainment (1995-1998), Cloverway Entertainment (2000), Viz Media (2014-present), Games Animation and Krusty Krab Productions) - Usagi Tsukino, a middle school student who is given the power to become the titular Sailor Soldier. Joined by other Sailor Soldiers, they defend Earth against an assortment of evil villains. The anime also parallels the maturation of Usagi from an emotional middle school girl to a responsible young adult.
  • Greeny Phatom (@) (#) (1995-2020, co-produced with TBA) - TBA.
  • Arthur (*) (@)  (#) (1996-present, co-produced with Marc Brown Studios and Games Animation) - Bespectacled aardvark Arthur Read demonstrates to kids how to deal with such childhood traumas and challenges as homework, teachers and bullies. He also has to contend with his sisters, but loves playing with his friends: tomboy Francine, foodie and best pal Buster, supersmart Brain, rich girl Muffy and geography expert Sue Ellen.
  • KaBlam! (@)  (#) (!) (Rated: TV-PGTV-14) (1996-2002 co-produced with Flying Mallet, Inc., Games Animation and Mr. Krabs Industries/Krusty Krab Productions) - TBA
  • Hey Arnold! (@) (#) (Rated: TV-Y7/TV-PG) (1996-2004, co-produced with Snee-Oosh, Inc. and Games Animation) - The adventures of Arnold, a grade-schooler who lives with his grandparents Phil and Gertrude.
  • Shrek: The Series (@) (#) (Rated: TV-Y7/TV-PG) (1996-2006, co-produced with DreamWorks Television, Universal Cartoon Studios, Aardman Animations, The Bloo Productions, and Games Animation) - An animated television adaptation of Shrek which continues off from the 1995 film.
  • Trolls: The Beat Goes On! (@) (#) (Rated: TV-Y7-FV/TV-PG) (1997-2001, co-produced with DreamWorks Television, Skellington Productions, Ean Manley Productions, Universal Cartoon Studios, Imagine Television, Nelvana, Amblin Television and Games Animation) - The upbeat adventures of Poppy, Branch and the rest of the residents of Troll Village, as they keep the party going in their forest.
  • Super Mario Bros (@) (#) (Rated: TV-Y7/TV-PG) (1996-2000, joint production with DiC Productions L.P., TMS Entertainment, Nintendo of America and Games Animation, Inc.,) - Bowser is a former king, warlord, and current dictator of the Mushroom Kingdom, which is the dystopian equivalent to the more colourful universe of Super Show, SMB 3, and Super Mario World. The entire population has been transformed by Bowser into his minions, and he rules that population with an iron fist. Mario and his team, consisting of him, Luigi, Toad, Donkey Kong, and 4 other characters created specifically for this series step into the infested kingdom in order to obliterate Bowser, cure the population, and save the princesses
  • South Park (!) (@) (#) (Rated: TV-MA-LV/TV-MA-LSV) (1997-present, a joint production with Braniff, Celluloid Studios, Aardwolf Animations, Warner Bros. Television, Krusty Krab Productions) -  the adventures of Stan, Kyle, Kenny, and Cartman. The show has taken on Saddam Hussein, Osama bin Laden, politicians of every stripe and self-important celebrities. Oh, and Kenny is killed in many episodes.
  • The Angry Beavers (@) (#) (Rated: TV-Y7/TV-PG) (1997-2001, joint production with Gunther-Wahl Productions and Games Animation) - Brothers Daggett and Norbert Beaver have left home to gain independence by living on their own in the forest near their Oregon hometown. Their goal is to live a wild bachelor lifestyle but, as might be expected from young brothers, they get into some weird situations. The brothers run into everything from wacky government scientists to a swamp witch and evil, mind-controlling pond scum. One of the brothers' good friends is Stump, a giant tree stump, who is an integral part of their inner circle.
  • The Terrytoons Show (@) (#) (Rated: TV-Y7/TV-PG) (1997-2002, animation produced by Film Roman and Games Animation) - TBA
  • SpongeBob SquarePants (!) (@) (#) (Rated: TV-PG-DLSV/TV-14-LV) (1997-present, joint production with United Plankton Pictures, Fuzzy Door Productions, Joe Murray Productions, Nelvana, Klasky Csupo, Judgemental Films, Reno & Osborn Productions, Where's Lunch?, Games Animation and Mr. Krabs Industries/Krusty Krabs Productions) - An animated sitcom about a city populated by anthropomorphic sea animals.
  • Donkey Kong Country (@) (#) (Rated: TV-Y7) (1997-2001, joint production with Nelvana, Nintendo, and Games Animation) - Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong share adventures with their friends.
  • Animalville (!) (@) (#) (Rated: TV-14) (1998-present, co-produced with Braniff (1998-2006), Judgemental Films (1998-2012), NX, Games Animation and Krusty Krab Productions) - The series centers on a group of four animals; Jack Beaver, Jill Turtle, Jake Monkey, and Ivan Humbert. The show is set in the fictional town of Animalville and parodies American culture and society. 
  • The Neverhood (@) (#) (Rated: TV-Y7/TV-PG) (1998-2004  co-produced with DreamWorks Television, Aardman Animations, Cuppa Coffee Studios and Games Animation) - Based on the video game franchise
  • Alvin and the Chipmunks (@) (#) (Rated: TBA) (1998-2007, co-produced with Bagdasarian Productions and Games Animation) - TBA
  • Celebrity Deathmatch (!) (@) (#) (Rated: TV-14-LV/TV-MA-LV) (1998-2002, 2019-present co-produced with MTV Animation, The Comedy Network, Cuppa Coffee Studios, Games Animation, Mr. Krabs Industries/Krusty Krab Productions) - A favorite of MTV and Nick at Nite viewers, "Celebrity Deathmatch" features clay-animated versions of really annoying, but in many cases popular, celebrities and cartoon characters who have at it in a boxing ring. But these are not your ordinary boxing matches. Most matches end in death, hence the show's title. Sometimes seeing people get beat up -- even in effigy -- can be fun.
  • The Wild Thornberrys (@) (#)  (Rated: TV-Y7/TV-PG) (1998-2004, co-produced with Klasky Csupo and Games Animation) -
  • CatDog (@) (#) (Rated: TV-Y7/TV-PG) (1998-2005 co-produced with Peter Hannan Productions, and Games Animation) -  one a dog, the other a cat -- deal with the unique challenges of their existence. Cat, the more clever of the two, frequently has a plan or a scheme in the works, and more often than not, that scheme goes awry. Together, the brothers face constant ridicule from the Greaser Dogs, as well as from Winslow, a mouse that lives in the wall of their house. Cat longs for fame and fortune, while Dog is happy chasing garbage trucks -- a pursuit that always ends with Cat being towed helplessly along as Dog runs headlong after the next truck.
  • Blue's Clues (*) (@) (1996-2006) - TBA
  • Patchy the Pirate and Potty (@) (Rated: TV-Y7/TV-PG) (1999-present joint production with United Plankton Pictures and Games Animation) - a sketch comedy series hosted by an unlucky pirate named Patchy and his pet parrot Potty trying to survive civilian life.
  • Clops (!) (@) (#) (Rated: TV-14-DLSV/TV-MA-LV) (1999-2002, co-produced with Quincy Jones-David Salzman Entertainment, Cuppa Coffee Studios, Aardman Alternative, Games Animation, and Krusty Krab Productions) - TBA
  • The M&M's Show (@) (Rated: TV-Y7/TV-PG) (1998-2003, co-production with Mars Incorporated and Games Animation) - The adventures and exploits of Red, Yellow, and the other M&Ms.
  • The Plankton Show (!) (@) (#) (Rated: TV-PG-DLSV/TV-14-LV) (1999-2006, joint production with United Plankton Pictures, Games Animation and Krusty Krab Productions) - In this spin-off of "Spongebob: Coast to Coast," sidekick. Plankton goes through a series of bizarre circumstances in his daily suburban life with his housemates and wife, Karen.

2000s

  • Ben & Tom (@) (#) (Rated: TV-Y7) (2000-present, co-produced with Renegade Animation, Wang Film Productions, and Games Animation) - Bob & Tom is a surreal comedy about two rock musicians going on adventures.
  • Dora the Explorer (*) (@) (#) (Rated: TV-Y) (2000-2013, co-produced with Games Animation) - TBA
  • The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (@) (#) (Rated: TV-Y7/TV-PG) (2000-2007, co-produced with O Entertainment, Paramount Digital Graphics and Games Animation)
  • BlooJ's Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends (!) (@) (#) (Rated: TV-14-DLSV) (2000-present, joint production with Romite Group, Braniff Productions (2000-2006), Judgemental Films (2000-2008), Harmonious Claptrap (2014-present), Starburns Industries (2014-present), Augenblick Studios (2016-present), Nelvana, Soup 2 Nuts (2000-2015), Krusty Krab Productions and The Bloo Productions) - an animated comedy that follows the adventures of three friends Bloo, Mac and Jenny who reside in the town of Toonville (a city populated by famous cartoon characters) and own a large house for cartoon characters and imaginary friends.
  • Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy: Attorneys At Law (!) (@) (#) (Rated: TV-PG-DLSV/TV-14-LV) (2000-2008,. joint production with United Plankton Pictures, Games Animation and Krusty Krab Productions) - TBA
  • Invader Zim (!) (@) (#) (Rated: TBA) (2001-2006, co-produced with Stretch Films, Games Animation and Krusty Krab Productions) - TBA
  • The Fairly OddParents (@) (#) (Rated: TV-Y7/TV-PG) (2001-2011, a joint production with Frederator Studios, Billionfold Inc. and Games Animation) - Timmy Turner, a 10-year-old boy, has had it with his babysitter! He summons his fairy godparents who have the power to grant him wishes. Some of the wishes are really helpful, others don't work out so well. Timmy's godparents Wanda and Cosmo have ideas of their own and always lead Timmy on interesting adventures.
  • StarBirds (!) (@) (#) (Rated: TV-14-DLSV) (2001-2013, 2020-present, joint production with Remmus Enterprises, Lucasfilm,  Nelvana, Corus Entertainment, Games Animation, Lord Miller, Amblin Television, Krusty Krab Productions, ABC Studios, and Sleepover Production Department) - Red/Luke, Chuck/Han, and Stella/Leia. Among the other crew members are Bomb/Obi-Wan Kenobi, Terrence/Chewbacca, etc. They go on misadventures across the universe,
  • The George Liquor Show (!) (@) (#) (Rated: TV-14-DLSV)  (2001-2013, joint production with Underdog Productions, Spümco, Cambium, Games Animation and Krusty Krab Productions) - The show follows George Liquor, his family, and friends in their everyday lives. 
  • The Loud House (!) (@) (#)  (Rated: TV-14-DLSV) (2002-present, joint production with Soup2Nuts (2001-2014), Fifty-Fifty Ltd. (2002-2009), Games Animation and Krusty Krab Productions) - In the fictional town of Royal Woods, Michigan, the series follows the misadventures of the Loud Siblings, eleven sibings with distinctive personalities: bossy eldest child Loki; idiotic and happy-go-lucky Loni; musician Luke; comedian Lane; athletic Lynn; comic fangirl Linka; gloomy and demonic goth Lars; polar-opposite twins Leif and Lola; child genius Levi, and baby Leon. One of the siblings (mostly either Loki or Linka) occasionally breaks the fourth wall to explain to viewers the chaotic conditions and sibling relationships of the household, and continually devises plans to make life in the house better.
  • Cyberchase (*) (@) (#) (2002-2008 joint production with Nelvana, Flying Minds Entertainment and Games Animation) - After being warped into Cyberspace from a library computer, Matt leads friends Jackie and Inez as Cybersquad. With live hosts Bianca and Harry, the team must protect Motherboard from the evil Hacker who wants to rule Cyberspace. Using gadgets and following clues, the team solves math mysteries and any other problem that comes their way.
  • Kamp Koral: SpongeBob's Under Years (Rated: TV-Y) (2002-2007 joint production with United Plankton Pictures, Cartoon Pizza, Cuppa Coffee Studios, Games Animation and Noggin LLC) - TBA
  • Sonic the Hedgehog: The Series (2002-2011) @) (Rated: TV-Y7/TV-PG) (joint production with TBA) - TBA)
  • Untitled Nick Show (@) (#) (Rated: TV-Y7) (2002-2018, co-produced with Nelvana, Onfolio Productions, and Games Animation) - TBA
  • My Life as a Teenage Robot (TBA)  (@) (Rated: TV-Y7/TV-PG) (2003-2014, joint production with Frederator Studios, Man of Action (seasons 3-8), Ginormous Madman (seasons 8-11) and Games Animation - When your main objective in life is to be the Earth's protector, other wants and needs of a typical teenager just have to wait. So goes the life of Jenny Wakeman, a sensitive high-schooler who also happens to be a state-of-the-art robot called XJ-9. The series revolves around Jenny's desire to do what she wants, like be a normal girl and spend time with her friends Brad and Tuck, instead of what she was created to do: stop the planet from certain disasters.
  • BreadDucks (2003-present) (!) (@) (#) (Rated: TV-14-DLSV) (2003-present, joint production with TBA, Nelvana, Klasky Csupo, Soup2Nuts (2003-2015), TBA Games Animation and Krusty Krab Productions) - TBA
  • Ooblar and The King Goobot (@) (#) (Rated: TV-Y7) (2002-2006, co-produced with O Entertainment, DNA Productions and Games Animation) -  a spin-off to The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, Cartoon chaos with the genius yolkian king and his stupid sidekick who try to conquer the world each night.
  • Danny Phantom (@) (#) (Rated: TV-Y7/TV-PG) (2004-2007, joint production with Frederator Studios, Billionfold Inc. and Games Animation) - Danny Fenton was once your typical kid until he accidentally blew up his parents' laboratory and became ghost-hunting superhero Danny Phantom. Now half-ghost, Danny's picked up paranormal powers, but only his sister, Jazz, and best friends, Samantha and Tucker, know his secret. Danny's busy fighting ghosts, saving Casper High and hiding his new identity all while trying to graduate.
  • Father of the Pride (!) (@) (#) (Rated: TV-14-TBA) (2004-2014 co-produced with TBA, TBA, DreamWorks Television, Universal Television, Games Animation, and Krusty Krab Productions ) - an animated sitcom about a family of lions in Las Vegas.
  • Fatherhood (!) (@) (#) (2004-2008 co-produced with Person Unknown Productions, Happy Jack Productions, Fuzzy Door Productions, Smiley, Inc., Games Animation and Krusty Krab Productions ) - TBA
  • Drawn Together (!) (@) (#) (Rated: TV-14-DLSV/TV-MA-LV) (2004-2007)
  • Catscratch (@) (Rated: TV-Y7/TV-PG) (2005-2007) - Three feline brothers inherit a fortune
  • Camp Lazlo (@) (#) (Rated: TV-Y7/TV-PG) (2005-2010 co-produced with Joe Murray Productions and Games Animation) - Camp Kidney isn't quite sure what to do with its newest Bean Scouts. Lazlo's a free-spirited monkey and his Jelly Cabin bunkmates Clam the albino rhino and Raj the elephant are always up to something much to the disappointment of Scoutmaster Lumpus. Lumpus is determined to make sure nobody has fun at camp. Even the Squirrel Scout girls from across Leakey Lake join in the adventure.
  • The X’s (!) (@) (#) (Rated: TV-PG-DS/TV-14-DLS) (2005-2010, co-produced with Codename Dynamite, Fuzzy Door Productions, The Curiosity Company, Games Animation and Krusty Krab Productions) - A family with abilities beyond those of mortals, The X's thwart evildoers, and save the world.
  • The Barnyard (!) (@) (#) (Rated: TV-14-DLSV/TV-MA-LV) (2005-2008, 2010-present co-produced with O Entertainment, DNA Productions, Fussy Door Productions, Games Animation and Krusty Krab Productions ) - TBA
  • Avatar: The Last Airbender (Rated: TV-Y7/TV-PG) (2005-2008, animation produced by JM Animation, MOI Animation, PTA's Japanese subsidiary and DR Movie, co-produced with Nickelodeon Animation Studios and Games Animation, Inc)
  • El Tigre: The Adventures of Manny Rivera (@) (#) (Rated: TV-Y7/TV-PG) (2006-2009, co-produced with Mexopolis and Games Animation)
  • New! Gametoons (!) (@) (#) (Rated: TV-14-LV) (2006-present, co-produced with Fifty-Fifty, Ltd. (2006-2009), Fuzzy Door Productions, See Stars Animation, Romite Group, Games Animation and Krusty Krab Productions) - The series revolves around roommates SpongeBob SquarePants and Patrick Star living in a suburb of Los Angeles.
  • The Modifyers (@) (#) (Rated: TV-Y7) (2007-2013, co-produced with Renegade Animation, Frederator Studios, and Games Animation, Inc) - TBA
  • Phineas and Ferb (@) (#) (Rated: TV-Y7/TV-PG) (2000-present, co-produced with Frederator Studios, and Games Animation)
  • James, Demon of Springvale (!) (@) (#) (Rated: TV-14/TV-MA) (2007-present, animation produced by Rough Draft Korea and Toon City Animation, co-produced with Spooli Productions, Lord Miller Productions, Games Animation and Krusty Krab Productions)
  • The Penguins of Madagascar (Rated: TV-Y7/TV-PG) (2008-2015, co-produced with DreamWorks Television, Television and Games Animation) - TBA
  • Glenn Martin DDS (!) (@) (#) (Rated: TV-14-DLSV) (2009-present produced by Fuzzy Door Productions, Tornante Animation, Cuppa Coffee Studios, Boxer vs. Raptor (2014-present),  ShadowMachine and Krusty Krab Productions) (created by Seth MacFarlane, Michael Eisner, Adam Shaheen and Seth Green) - After accidentally burning down his house in Freeland, Pennsylvania, Glenn martin takes his family — wife Jackie, hormone-addled 13-year-old Conor, power suit-wearing 11-year-old Courtney, Courtney's overachieving assistant Wendy, and Canine (the family's dog who has an oversized anus) — on a cross-country road trip to strengthen the family bond together.
  • TBA

2010s

  • Adventure Time (@) (#) (Rated: TV-Y7/TV-PG) (2010-2018, joint production with Frederator Studios, and Games Animation)
  • Battle for Dream Island (@) (#) (2010-present, joint production with Jacknjellify, MBS Studios, Frederator Studios and Games Animation)
  • The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! (*) (@) (Rated: TV-Y) (#) (2010-present; in co-production with DreamWorks Television, Imagine Entertainment, Universal Animation Studios, and Games Animation) - a television spin-off of The Cat in the Hat.
  • Monsters vs. Aliens (@) (Rated: TV-Y7/TV-PG) (2011-2017, co-produced with DreamWorks Television, Titmouse, Inc and Games Animation)
  • The GamesToons Show (@) (Rated: TV-Y7/TV-PG) (2011-2016, co-produced with Games Animation)
  • TBA
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Rated: TV-Y7-FV/TV-PG) (@) (#) (2012-2017, co-produced with Lowbar Productions, Mirage Studios and Games Animation)
  • Gametoons: Superheroes of the Future (!) (@) (#) (2012-2016 co-produced with Ginormous Madman, Games Animation and Krusty Krab Productions) - TBA
  • Chloe-Scouts (2013-2018 TBA)
  • Super Mario Adventures (@) (2013-2017, co-produced with Nelvana, Snee-Oosh, Nintendo of America, and Games Animation) - TBA
  • Rise of the Guardians: The Series (@) (#) (Rated: TV-Y7-FV/TV-PG) (2013-present, co-produced by Ginormous Madman, Joe Murray Productions, DreamWorks Animation SKG and Games Animation.) - TBA (Developed by Michael Dante DiMartino, Bryan Konitzeko and Joe Murray)
  • The Thundermans (!) (@) (2013-present co-produced by Nelvana, Klasky Csupo, Cross Hoge Productions, Dworkingham Productions, The Curiosity Company, Games Animation, Inc., and Krusty Krab Productions) - These siblings with superpowers might be twins, but they are very different indeed.
  • Sanjay and Craig (!) (@) (Rated: TV-14-DLSV) (2014-present, co-produced with Wilo Productions, Buck & Millie Productions, Fuzzy Door Productions, Games Animation, Inc. and Krusty Krab Productions)
  • Henry Danger (!) (@) (#) (Rated: TV-14-LV) (2014-present, co-produced with Powerhouse Animation, Harmonious Claptrap, Starburns Industries, Justin Roiland's Solo Vanity Card Productions!, Green Portal Productions (2019-present), Fuzzy Door Productions, and Krusty Krab Productions) - If Henry Hart's buddies knew what he did after school, he would be the most popular kid in eighth grade. Henry lands a part-time job as Kid Danger, a sidekick-in-training to super-crimefighter Captain Man. The perks are awesome: $9 an hour, high-tech gadgets to use and -- best of all -- Henry gets to save the world! Yet he must keep the gig secret from his best friends, Charlotte and Jasper, and little sister, Piper, even as adventures with Captain Man throw Henry's life absurdly out of whack. (Created by Seth MacFarlane, Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon)
  • Harvey Beaks (@) (#) (Rated: TV-Y7/TV-PG) (2015-2017, co-produced with Games Animation) - TBA
  • Alvin and the Chipmunks (!) (@) (Rated: TV-14-DLSV) (2015-present, co-produced with Bagdasarian Productions, J. G. Studios, Harmonious Claptrap, Starburns Industries, MTV Studios, Titmouse, Inc., Games Animation, Inc. and Krusty Krab Productions) - TBA
  • Pinky Malinky (Rated: TV-Y7/TV-PG) ((2016-2019 co-produced with TBA, TBA and Games Animation, Inc)
  • The New Adventures of Popeye the Sailor (Rated: TV-Y7/TV-PG) (2015-present, co-produced with King Features Syndicate, Warner Bros. Animation and Games Animation Inc.) - TBA
  • Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! Adult Party Cartoon (!) (@) (#) (TV-MA-LV) (2016-2019, co-produced with NX, PFFR, Harmomious Claptrap, Starburns Industries, Games Animation, Inc., and Krusty Krab Productions) - Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! Adult Party Cartoon features Wubbzy, Widget, and Walden, three friends who go on everyday adventures.
  • Bunsen is a Beast (@) (Rated: TV-Y7/TV-PG) (2017-present, joint production with Frederator Studios, Billionfold Inc. and Games Animation, Inc.)
  • Pictureka (Rated: TV-14-DS/TV-MA-LV) (!) (@) (#) (2017-present, Cuppa Coffee Animation, Nelvana, Harmonious Claptrap, Fuzzy Door Productions, Starburns Industries, Hasbro Studios (2017-2019), Allspark Animation (2019-present), Games Animation Inc. and Krusty Krab Productions) - TBA
  • The Spookacular New Adventures of Duckula (@) (#) (Rated: TV-Y7/TV-PG) (2017-present, co-produced with Boulder Media and Games Animation Inc.) - TBA
  • Big City Greens (@) (#) (Rated: TV-Y7/TV-PG) (2018-present, co-produced with Games Animation Inc.) - TBA
  • The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange (@) (TV-Y7-FV) (2015-2021, co-produced with Annoying Orange, Inc., Nelvana, and Games Animation Inc.) - TBA
  • Disenchantment (Rated: TV-14) (2018-present, co-produced with The Curiosity Company and CBS All Access) 
  • Let's Go Luna! (2018-present co-produced with 9 Story Media Group, Brown Bag Films, Joe Murray Productions,and Games Animation Inc) (*) (@) - Luna the moon guides three friends -- a wombat, a butterfly and a frog -- as they visit new places around the world with their parents' travelling performance troupe. 
  • HobbyKids Adventures (*) (@) (#) (2019-present, co-produced with Billionfold Inc., Frederator Studios and Games Animation Inc.) - TBA 

2020's

  • Iceberg City (!) (@) (#) (Rated: TV-14-DLSV) (2020-present, co-produced with NX, Fuzzy Door Productions, Harmonious Claptrap, Starburns Industries, Games Animation, Inc., and Krusty Krab Productions) - The life, times, and adventures of the Shiver family.
  • Gametoons: Uncut (Rated: TV-MA-LV) (!) (@) (#)' '(2020-present co-produced with Fuzzy Door Productions, Titmouse, Justin Roiland's Solo Vanity Card Productions!, Harmonious Claptrap, Starburns Industries, Games Animation Inc. and Krusty Krab Productions) - TBA
  • Glitch Techs (Rated: TV-Y7/TV-PG) (@) (#) (2020-present co-produced with Flying Bark Productions and Games Animation Inc) - TBA
  • Crossing Swords (Rated: TV-MA-LSV) (2020-present, co-produced with Buddy System Studios, Tom is Awesome, Stoopid Buddy Studios, Sony Pictures Television, Aardman Alternatives and Krusty Krab Productions) - TBA

Future/Upcoming

  • Drama Club (Fall 2020-present, Co-produced with Totally Commercial Films, Ryan Murphy Productions, Roblox (Uncredited), 2nd Man on The Moon and Krusty Krab Productions) - The Not so epic adventures of a blue skin Robloxian and his theater class and choir who thinks they still lived in the 1980's and not 2020)
  • Adventures in the Normal Elevator (Rated: TV-PG-V/TV-14) (TBA, co-produced with Roblox, HKO Animation Inc. and Krusty Krab Productions)
  • Five Nights at Freddy's: The Animated Series (@) (!) (#) (Rated: TV-14-LV/TV-MA-LV) (2021-present, co-produced with Stretch Films, Augenblick Studios, Games Animation, Inc. and Krusty Krab Productions) - TBA
  • Untitled Rugrats CGI Reboot (*) (@) (2021-present, co-produced with Klasky-Csupo, Paramount Digital Graphics, and Games Animation) - TBA.
  • Big Nate (@) (2021-present, co-produced with Scholastic and Games Animation) - TBA.
  • Garfield (@) (2021-present, co-produced with Paws Inc., Titmouse, and Games Animation) - TBA
  • The VeggieTales Show (*) (@) (2021-present, co-produced with Big Idea Entertainment, Paramount Digital Graphics, and Games Animation) - TBA.
  • The Angry Birds Show (@) (+) (2021-present, co-produced with Rovio Animation, Amblin Television, and Games Animation) - TBA
  • Terrytoons (@) (Rated: TV-Y7/TV-PG) (2021-present co-produced with TBA) - A cartoon variety show a la via KaBlam.
  • Untiled Smurfs Show (@) (2021-present co-produced with Studio Peyo, Paramount Digital Graphics, and Games Animation) - TBA
  • Spongebob's Funhouse (*) (@) (+) (2021-present co-produced with United Plankton Pictures, Pacific Data Images, and Games Animation, Inc.) - The show focuses on SpongeBob and his friends interacting with the primarily preschool-aged audience to stimulate problem-solving. Each episode involves the characters helping its viewers to solve a specific age-appropriate problem utilizing basic skills, such as identifying shapes and counting through ten.
  • The Chronicles of Sonic (@) (+) (2022-present, co-production with WildBrain, Man of Action Entertainment, Sega of America, Paramount Digital Graphics, and Games Animation) - TBA.

Live action

1960s

  • Sesame Street (^) (*) (1969-present co-produced with Children's Television Workshop/Sesame Workshop, Jim Henson Television, Warner Bros. Television and Games Animation Inc - Big Bird leads a cast of characters teaching children numbers, colors, and the alphabet. Bert and Ernie, Oscar the Grouch and Grover are just a few of the other creatures involved in this show, set on a city street full of valuable learning opportunities.

1970's

1980s

  • The Letter People (1981-present, co-produced with Children's Television Workshop/Sesame Workshop, Jim Henson Television, Warner Bros Television and Games Animation Inc.)
  • Double Dare (1986-1990)
  • Barney and Friends (*) (1988-2010, co-produced with The Lyons Group/Lyrick Studios (1988-2001), HIT Entertainment (2001-2010), and Games Animation Inc.)

1990s

  • All That! (1995-2008, 2011-2015, 2018-present)
  • TBA

2000s

  • The Nautical Nonsensical World of SpongeBob SquarePants (#) (2003-2006, co-produced with Jim Henson Television, Nelvana, and Games Animation Inc.) - TBA
  • Mr. Meaty (!) (#) (Rated: TV-MA-LV) (2005-present co-produced with 3Js Productions, Braniff Airlines, CBC Television, and Krusty Krab Productions) - TBA
  • Jack's Big Music Show (^) (*) (2005-2008 co-produced with Spiffy Pictures, Jim Henson Television, Games Ainamrtion Inc and Noggin Originals) - a remake to the classic 1970s show
  • Wonder Showzen (!) (Rated: TV-MA-LV) (2005-2007 co-produced with Henson Alternative, PFFR Productions, Augenblick Studios and Krusty Krab Productions) - TBA

2010s

  • Galavant (2015-present, RATED: TV-14-LVS/TV-PG-LV) (Co-produced by River Studios, Rhode Island Ave Productions and Krusty Krab Productions) 

Future

  • TBA

Video games and computer games

TBA

Canceled projects 

TBA

Franchises

TBA

Flims

Note:

  • (#) = Direct-to-VHS/DVD/Blu-ray/streaming service releases.
  • (^) =  Not produced but released by either Paramount Animation, Games Animation, or Republic Pictures.
  • (%) = Sold from Paramount Animation.

Animation

1940s 

  • The Friendly Ghost (1945)
  • Headin’ South (1947; in co-production with MGM Cartoon Studio) - TBA

1950s 

  • TBA (1952, TBA) - TBA.
  • Animal Farm (1954; with a co-production with Halas and Batchelor, Louis de Rochemont and Distributors Corporation of America) - Based on George Orwell's novel of the same name, a gang of farm animals get out their bad human owner and take their new regime from the freedom that animals are equal, but suddenly, pigs take the power to them that animals become slaves for building some hard works and they will become like humans.
  • The Nutcracker (1955) - Based on the beloved holiday fairy tale about a girl and a living nutcracker,who protects her from a ruthless mouse king
  • Here Comes the Circus (1954) - a package film featuring shorts starring Bozo the Clown.
  • TBA.

1960s

  • DogHotel (1961) - A slapstick comedy about Andi and Bruce must quickly find a home for their dog, Friday. The resourceful pair find an abandoned hotel, and with the help of Bruce's mechanical skills, turn it into a pooch paradise for Friday and a number of strays. But when the inevitable barking makes neighbors suspicious, Andi and Bruce must find a way to hide their canine haven from prying eyes. (remade in 2008 as Hotel for Dogs)
  • Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (^) (1964; in co-production with Warner Bros. and Rankin/Bass Productions) - From the one of the beloved Christmas song classic, a young reindeer fawn who was born with his glowing red nose.
  • Frosty the Snowman (^) (1969; in co-production with Warner Bros. and Rankin-Bass Productions) - based on the holiday song of the same name which tells the story about a snowman who comes to life by the magic hat.
  • TBA

1970s

  • Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town (^) (1970; in co-production with Warner Bros. and Rankin/Bass Productions) - An origin story about Santa Claus.
  • Here Comes Peter Cottontail (^) (1971; co-production with Warner Bros. and Rankin/Bass Productions) - A young Easter rabbit goes to deliver the eggs.
  • Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (1971 in co-production with Warner Bros, Wolper Pictures and The Quaker Oats Company)
  • Clifford the Big Red Dog (1972) - Based on the book series by Norman Birdwell
  • Charlotte's Web (1973 in co-production with Hanna-Barbera Productions and Sagittarius Productions)
  • Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown (G) (1977 in co-production with Bill Melendez Productions, Lee Mendelson Film Productions, United Feature Syndicate)
  • TBA

1980s

  • TBA
  • The Gametoons Movie (1985; in co-production with Games Animation Inc. and Nickelodeon Movies) - After SpongeBob SquarePants decides to pursue a movie career, he starts his cross-country trip from Florida to California. Along the way, he meets and befriends Patrick, Ren, Stimpy, Rocko, Daggett, Norbert, Cat, and Dog.
  • Candy Land (1986; in co-production with Milton Bradley Company) - based on the popular board game of the same name, two kids venture out to make their discovery to the fantasy world of Candy Land.
  • A GamesToons Christmas Carol (1987) - An adaptation of Charles Dickens' classic with GamesToons characters.

1990s

  • Madagascar (G) (1990; in co-production with DreamWorks Pictures, Nickelodeon Movies, Amblin Entertainment, Games Animation, Inc., Amblimation, and Sullivan Bluth, Ltd.) - TBA
  • The Cerealville Meltdown (PG-13) (1991; in co-production with Warner Bros., Nickelodeon Movies, Amblin Entertainment, Games Animation, Inc., Amblimation, and Skellington Productions) - TBA
  • Super Mario Bros. (1993; in co-production with Nickelodeon Movies, Amblimation, Amblin Entertainment, Nintendo, Games Animation, Inc., Skellington Productions and Tim Burton LCD) - TBA
  • Wonder Park (G) (1994; in co-production with Nickelodeon Movies, Amblin Entertainment, Games Animation, Inc. and Amblimation) - Buckle up for an epic adventure where anything is possible. A young girl named June with a big imagination makes an incredible discovery -- the amusement park of her dreams has come to life. Filled with the world's wildest rides and operated by fun-loving animals, the excitement never ends. But when trouble hits, June and her misfit team of furry friends begin an unforgettable journey to save the park.
  • Detectives of Blue Building (PG) (1994; in co-production with Nickelodeon Movies, Amblin Entertainment, Games Animation, Inc., and Amblimation) - TBA
  • Doug's 1st Movie (G) (1995; in co-production with Nickelodeon Movies, Games Animation, Inc., Jumbo Pictures and Plus One Animation) - TBA
  • Shrek (PG) (1995; in co-production with DreamWorks Pictures, Universal Pictures, Amblin Entertainment, Amblimation, Pacific Data Images, Nickelodeon Movies, Aardman Animations, and Games Animation, Inc.) - A green ogre, along with his talking donkey friend, is sent out by an evil ruler to rescue a beautiful princess from a dragon's keep to him in order for removing all the fairy tale characters exiled in the ogre's swamp home. However, he later have his crush on her and then discovers an shocking secret about her.
  • Goin' Down to South Park (R) (1996; in co-production with Comedy Central Films, Games Animation, Inc., Stimpy the Milkman Pictures, Braniff, Scott Rudin Productions, Cuppa Coffee Animation, Aardman Animations and Warner Bros. Pictures) - The third graders of South Park, Eric, Stan, Kyle, and Kenny, sneak into an R-rated film by ultra-vulgar Canadian television personalities Terrence and Phillip, and emerge with expanded vocabularies that leave their parents and teachers scandalized. When outraged Americans try to censor the film, the controversy becomes a call to war with Canada, and Terrence and Phillip end up on death row -- with only the kids left to save them.
  • Trolls (PG) (1996; in co-production with Nickelodeon Movies, Universal Pictures, DreamWorks Pictures, Amblin Entertainment, Games Animation, Inc., Ean Manley Productions, Imagine Entertainment, Skellington Productions and Amblimation) - TBA
  • Gametoons: Road Trip (PG) (1996; in co-production with Nickelodeon Movies and Games Animation, Inc.) - TBA.
  • Beavis and Butt-Head Do America (PG-13) (1996; in co-production with MTV Productions, Geffen Pictures, and Mr. Krabs Industries) - TBA
  • Ren & Stimpy's: The Eediot Movie (PG-13) (1997; in co-production with Nickelodeon Movies, Spumco, Games Animation, Inc., Mr. Krabs Industries) - TBA
  • Rumble (PG) (1997; in co-production with Nickelodeon Movies, Amblin Entertainment, Games Animation, Inc. and Amblimation)
  • Cats (PG) (1997 in co-production with Nickelodeon Movies, Amblin Entertainment, Games Animation, Inc. and Amblimation) - TBA
  • The Rugrats Movie (G) (1998; in co-production with Nickelodeon Movies, Games Animation, Inc. and Klasky Csupo) - Tommy Pickles is trying to return his baby brother to the hospital after being warned by his mean-spirited friend, Angelica, that once his new sibling is born his parents won't care about him. But, soon after they embark on the mission, Tommy and his friends lose their way in the woods and get into trouble with a pack of wild monkeys who have escaped from the circus. The kids begin to think that maybe things weren't so bad at home after all.
  • Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (PG) (1998; in co-production with O Entertainment, Paramount Digital Graphics and Games Animation, Inc.) - An eight year-old boy genius and his friends must rescue their parents after the adults are abducted by aliens.
  • The Prince of Egypt (PG) (1998; in co-production with DreamWorks Animation Nickelodeon Movies, Games Animation, Inc., and Amblin Entertainment) - Adapted from the Book of Exodus, the film follows the life of Moses from being a prince of Egypt to his ultimate destiny to lead the children of Israel out of Egypt.
  • Shrek 2: Kingdom of Far Far Away (PG) (1999; in co-production with DreamWorks Pictures, Universal Pictures, Amblin Entertainment, Pacific Data Images, Nickelodeon Movies, Aardman Animations, and Games Animation, Inc.) - After returning from their honeymoon and showing home movies to their friends, Shrek and Fiona learn that her parents have heard that she has married her true love and wish to invite him to their kingdom, called Far Far Away. The catch is: Fiona's parents are unaware of the curse that struck their daughter and have assumed she married Prince Charming, not a 700-pound ogre with horrible hygiene and a talking donkey pal.

2000s

  • TBA
  • Sailor Moon: The Promise of the Rose (2000, in co-production with DiC Entertainment, Toei Animation, Games Animation, and Krusty Krab Productions)
  • Chicken Run (^) (2000; in co-production with Aardman Animations) - a group of farm chickens needs to scheme the way to escape from a prison-like chicken farm (whose owners kill them when they stop producing eggs), along with the help of a Rhode Island red rooster.
  • The Road to El Dorado (PG) (2000, co-produced by DreamWorks Animation, Nickelodeon Movies, Games Animation, Inc, and Amblin Entertainment, distributed by DreamWorks Pictures) - The film follows two con artists, who after winning a map to El Dorado escape from Spain. After washing ashore in the New World, they use the map to lead them to the city of El Dorado, where its inhabitants mistake them for gods.
  • House of Bloo's (TV-14-DLSV) (2000, TV movie, co-produced with The Bloo Films, Krusty Krab Productions, Games Animation, Inc., Codename Dynamite Productions, Klasky-Csupo, Remmus Enterprises, and Warner Bros. Pictures)
  • How the Grinch Stole Christmas (PG) (2000, co-produced by DreamWorks Animation, Universal Pictures, Nickelodeon Movies, Amblin Entertainment, Games Animation, Inc., and TBA) - the reclusive green Grinch decides to ruin Christmas for the cheery citizens of Whoville. Reluctantly joined by his hapless dog, Max, the Grinch comes down from his mountaintop home and sneaks into town to swipe everything holiday-related from the Whos. However, the bitter grump finds a hitch in his plans when he encounters the endearing Cindy Lou Who.
  • Sonic the Hedgehog (PG) (2001, co-produced by Amblin Entertainment, PlayTone, ImageMovers, Nickelodeon Movies, Games Animation Inc. and Sega ) - a CGI film based on the 1991 video game series. - After discovering a small team of animal heroes led by a blue, fast hedgehog (Sonic), a small-town police officer (Tom Wachowski) must help it defeat an evil genius (Dr Eggman) who wants to do experiments on it.
  • The Legacy of Doctor Who (2001, co-produced by DreamWorks Pictures, BBC Films and Games Animation Inc.) TBA
  • Jonah: A Veggietales Movie (2001, co-produced by Big Idea Productions, Nickelodeon Movies, Universal Pictures, Games Animation, Inc. and Amblin Entertainment) - TBA
  • Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron (2002, co-produced by DreamWorks Animation, Nickelodeon Movies, Games Animation, Inc, and Amblin Entertainment, distributed by DreamWorks Pictures) - The film follows Spirit, a Kiger Mustang stallion, who is captured during the American Indian Wars by the United States Cavalry; he is freed by a Native American man named Little Creek who attempts to lead him back into the Lakota village.
  • Charlotte's Web 2: Wilbur's Great Adventure  (#) (2003, co-produced by TBA) - The direct to video sequel to the 1973 film Charlotte's Web, TBA
  • Barnyard (TBA) (2003 in co-production with Nickelodeon Movies, Games Animation, Inc., O Entertainment, DNA Productions, Fuzzy Door Productions and Krusty Krab Productions)
  • Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas (2003, co-produced by DreamWorks Animation, Nickelodeon Movies, Games Animation, Inc., and Amblin Entertainment) - The film covers the story of Sinbad, a pirate who travels the sea to recover the lost Book of Peace from Eris to save his childhood friend, Prince Proteus from accepting Sinbad's death sentence.
  • Monster Trucks (PG) (2003, in co-production with Nickelodeon Movies, Amblin Entertainment and Games Animation, Inc.)
  • The Cat in the Hat (G) (2003, in co-production with DreamWorks Animation, Warner Bros. Pictures, Nickelodeon Movies, Games Animation, Inc., Imagine Entertainment and Dr. Seuss Enterprises) - the trouble-making Cat in the Hat arrives at the home of bored young Sally Walden and her brother, Conrad, while their mother is out. The family's pet fish objects to the Cat's presence, but that doesn't stop the hat-wearing giant feline from trying to have fun, no matter how much destruction is left in his wake.
  • Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (PG) (2004 co-production with Amblin Entertainment, Play Tone, ImageMovers, Nickelodeon Movies, Games Animation, Inc. and Sega ) - a CGI film based on the 1996 series and the 1991 video game series. - After Sonic and Amy return from their honeymoon and moving into Tom's House, TBA
  • The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie (PG-13) (2004 in co-production with Nickelodeon Movies, United Plankton Pictures, Games Animation, Inc., Big Ticket, The Curiosity Company, Gracie Films, Where's Lunch? and Krusty Krab Productions)
  • Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events (PG) (2004; in co-production with Nickelodeon Movies, Skellington Productions, Tim Burton Productions and DreamWorks Pictures) - When a massive fire kills their parents, three children are delivered to the custody of an villainous theater owner who is secretly plotting to steal their parents' vast fortune.
  • Transformers (PG) (2005 in co-production with DreamWorks Pictures, Hasbro, Nickelodeon Movies, Games Animation, Inc, and Amblin Entertainment) - TBA
  • Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie (2006; in co-production with Nickelodeon Movies, DreamWorks Animation SKG, Scholastic, Amblin Entertainment and Games Animation, Inc.) - Based on Dav Pilkey's popular children's book series, it follows an arrogant principal who gets hypnotized by two trouble-making boys into transforming into a ridiculously enthusiastic, incredibly dimwitted superhero named Captain Underpants.
  • The First Jeffy Movie Ever (2006, co-produced with The Bloo Films, Games Animation Inc., and Film Roman) - TBA.
  • Sonic The Hedgehog: The Third (2007 co-production with Amblin Entertainment, Play Tone, ImageMovers, Nickelodeon Movies, Games Animation Inc. and Sega ) - a CGI film based on the 1996 series and the 1991 video game series. - TBA
  • Alvin and the Chipmunks (2007, co-produced with Nickelodeon Movies, Games Animation Inc., and Badgasarian Productions) - TBA.
  • Horton Hears a Who! (2008, co-produced by Nickelodeon Movies, DreamWorks Animation SKG, Games Animation, Inc and Amblin Entertainment) - An elephant named Horton struggles to protect a microscopic community from his neighbors who refuse to believe it exists.
  • Kung Fu Panda (2008; in co-production with Nickelodeon Movies, Universal Pictures, DreamWorks Animation SKG, Games Animation, Inc and Amblin Entertainment) - In a version of ancient China populated by anthropomorphic talking animals, a bumbling panda named Po is a kung fu enthusiast. When an evil kung fu warrior named Tai Lung is foretold to escape from prison, Po is unwittingly named the "Dragon Warrior", that was destined to defeat him.
  • Terry the Termite (2008; in co-production with nWave Pictures and Illuminata Pictures)
  • Hotel for Dogs  (PG) (2009; in co-production with Nickelodeon Movies, DreamWorks Pictures, and Games Ainamtion Inc) - Two kids secretly take in stray dogs at a vacant hotel
  • Monsters vs. Aliens (PG) (2009; co-produced by Nickelodeon Movies, Universal Pictures, DreamWorks Animation, Amblin Entertainment and Games Animation, Inc.) - TBA
  • Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel (2009, co-produced with Nickelodeon Movies, Games Animation Inc., and Badgasarian Productions) - TBA.
  • TBA

2010s

  • TBA
  • How to Train Your Dragon (2010, co-produced by Nickelodeon Movies, Universal Pictures, DreamWorks Animation, Amblin Entertainment and Games Animation, Inc) - Based on the novel of the same name, - The story takes place in a mythical Viking world where a young Viking teenager named Hiccup aspires to follow his tribe's tradition of becoming a dragon slayer. After finally capturing his first dragon, and with his chance at last of gaining the tribe's acceptance, he finds that he no longer wants to kill the dragon and instead befriends it.
  • The Adventures of Tintin (2011, co-produced by Columbia Pictures, Games Animation Inc, Amblin Entertainment, The Kennedy/Marshall Company, Wingnut Films and Nickelodeon Movies)
  • Rise of the Guardians (2012, co-produced by Nickelodeon Movies, Universal Pictures, DreamWorks Animation, Games Animation, Inc, The Kennedy/Marshall Company and Amblin Entertainment) - Set about 300 years after William Joyce's The Guardians of Childhood book series, the film follows five Guardians as they go on a mission to stop the bogeyman from engulfing the world in total darkness.
  • TBA
  • TBA
  • TBA
  • TBA
  • The Peanuts Movie (G) (2015 co-produced by Games Animation Inc, Nickelodeon Movies, 20th Century Fox, and Blue Sky Studios)
  • The Angry Birds Movie (PG) 2016 co-produced by Games Animation Inc, Nickelodeon Movies, Amblin Entertainment, and Rovio Animation) - Flightless birds lead a mostly happy existence, except for Red, who just can't get past the daily annoyances of life. His temperament leads him to get fired from his job and has to go to anger management class, where he meets fellow misfits Chuck Bomb and a love interest Stella, Red becomes even more agitated when his feathered brethren welcome green pigs to their island paradise. As the swine begin to get under his skin, however when the green pigs steal all of the eggs and Stella gets kidnapped by King Leonard to be forced to be Leonard's bride so Red and his new friends (The Mighty Eagle, Chuck and Bomb) must embark on an adventure to Piggy Island to save the eggs and Stella and defeat the pigs before it is too late.
  • TBA
  • TBA
  • UglyDolls (2019, co-produced by Amblin Entertainment, Universal Pictures, Games Animation Inc, Nickeldoen Movies Alibaba Pictures and Huaxia Film Distribution)
  • Fowl Road (PG) (2020, co-produced with TBA)

Future

  • Wubbz! (PG) (2021 co-produced by Games Animation Inc, Nickelodeon Movies and Amblin Entertainment) - An Origin Story How Wubbzy Became Friends With Widget, Walden, & Daisy, and Then After When Wubbzy and Her Friends Go Have Fun Bouncing On a Trampoline Park, Things Have Officially Gone Chaos, Plankton, Venus, Vicky, Croker, King Gombot, Ooblar where Planning To Destroy Wuzzleburg and Take Over the Nickelodeon Universes By There Minions, So They To Team Up With Other Nickelodeon Heroes (Jenny Wakeman, Spongebob, Patrick, Timmy, Cosmo, Wanda, Jimmy Newtron and Boots The Monkey) To Save Mankind From the villans.
  • Annoying Orange: Orange's Big Picture Show (PG) (2021 co-produced by Nickelodeon Movies, Games Animation Inc., Point Grey Pictures, Annoying Orange, Inc., Nelvana and Reel FX Animation Studios) - A talking orange, known as The Annoying Orange, lives in the state of São Paulo, Brazil. He is loathed by everyone around him, and after months of keeping up with this, he decides that he wants to live in a better place, so he decides to ship himself from Brazil to the United States. After being shipped, he finds a home in California. At his new home, he meets Pear, Midget Apple, Marshmallow, Grapefruit, Passion Fruit, and Grandpa Lemon. However, when Passion Fruit gets kidnapped by Gordon the Monstrous, a tyrant who detests all fruits and vegetables, Orange and his new friends must embark on an epic adventure to Gordon's castle to save Passion Fruit and defeat the tyrant before it is too late. The treacherous quest takes Orange and the gang through some of the USA's most popular states, including New York, Florida, and Texas. And all the while, the gang are pursued by Gordon's henchmen and a "tough-as-steel" psycho named Jordan Perkins.
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (TBA) (2021 co-produced by Nickelodeon Movies, Games Animation Inc., and Point Grey Pictures)
  • Gametoons: Race (PG) (2022, co-produced with Nickelodeon Movies, Games Animation Inc., and Point Grey Pictures)
  • TBA.

Live action

1980s

  • Sesame Street Presents Follow That Bird (G) (1985) (co-produced by Children's Television Workshop/Sesame Workshop, Jim Henson Company, Warner Bros.) - Big Bird loves spending his days on Sesame Street with all of his different friends. However, social worker Miss Finch feels that Big Bird should live in an environment with only birds like himself. When she sends him to live with a family of dodos in Illinois, Big Bird cannot help but think of his friends back home. Deciding Sesame Street is the place for him, Big Bird begins an adventurous journey back to where he truly belongs.

1990s

  • TBA
  • Casper (PG) (1995 co-produced by Universal Pictures, Amblin Entertainment, The Harvey Entertainment Company, Games Animation Inc) - A 1995 live-action/CGI remake of the 1945 film, The Friendly Ghost, the very first Paramount live-action remake. - Casper is a kind young ghost who peacefully haunts a mansion in Maine. When specialist James Harvey arrives to communicate with Casper and his fellow spirits, he brings along his teenage daughter, Kat. Casper quickly falls in love with Kat, but their budding relationship is complicated not only by his transparent state but also by his troublemaking apparition uncles and their mischievous antics.
  • TBA
  • The M&M's Movie (PG) (1998 in co-production with The Bloo Productions, Ean Manley Productions, Winking Pooh Entertainment, Nickelodeon Movies, Mars Incorporated, Games Animation, Inc., Amblin Entertainment and Pacific Data Images) - TBA
  • The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland (G) (1999 co-produced by Children's Television Workshop/Sesame Workshop, Jim Henson Pictures, Warner Bros.)

2000s

  • Thomas and the Magic Railroad (G) (2000, co-produced with TriStar Pictures, Nickelodeon Movies, Games Animation, and Gullane Pictures)
  • Zim the Invader (PG) (2001, in co-production with DreamWorks Pictures and 1492 Pictures)
  • TBA
  • Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (PG) (2002 in co-production with Warner Bros, Nickelodeon Movies, The Zanuck Company, Plan B Entertainment, Tim Burton Productions, and Village Roadshow Pictures) - a remake to the classic 1978 animated film.
  • The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3-D (PG) (2005 in co-production with Dimension Films, Columbia Pictures, and Troublemaker Studios)
  • Sailor Moon (2006; co-production with TBA)
  • Charlotte's Web (2006 in co-production with Nickelodeon Movies, Walden Media and The K Entertainment Company) - a remake to the classic 2006 animated film. - After learning that a young pig's days are numbered, a literate spider weaves an elaborate plan to save her friend from the butcher's block.

2010s

  • TBA
  • A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner! (PG) (2011 in co-production with Columbia Pictures, Nickelodeon Movies, Amblin Entertainment, Walden Media, Kerner Entertainment Company, and Frederator Studios) - Real life Timmy Turner has refused to grow up in order to keep his fairy godparents. But when a love interest and an evil tycoon both come to town, Timmy's bond with his fairies is put to the ultimate test.
  • TBA
  • A Fairly Odd Summer (PG) (2013 in co-production with Columbia Pictures, Nickelodeon Movies, Amblin Entertainment, Walden Media, Kerner Entertainment Company, and Frederator Studios) - Timmy is stuck with guarding the Abra-Cadabrium while the gang is in Hawaii, but Foop and Denzel Crocker hatch a plot to steal it from him.
  • TBA.
  • Trolls (PG) (2016 in co-production with Universal Pictures, Dreamworks Pictures, Nickelodeon Movies, Amblin Entertainment, Walden Media and Tim Burton Productions, ) - a live-action/CGI remake to the classic 1993 animated film. (Directed by Tim Burton and TBA)
  • TBA
  • Madagascar (PG) (2018 in co-production with Universal Pictures, Dreamworks Pictures, Nickelodeon Movies, Amblin Entertainment, The Jim Henson Company, Walden Media and Fairview Entertainment) - a live-action remake to the classic 1990 film. (Directed by Jon Favreau)
  • How the Grinch Stole Christmas (PG) (2018 co-produced by DreamWorks Animation, Universal Pictures, Nickelodeon Movies, Amblin Entertainment, Games Animation, Inc, Walden Media and The Jim Henson Company) - A Live-action remake to the 2000 animated film.
  • Kirby (2019, co-produced by TBA)
  • Wonder Park (PG) (2019 in co-production with Nickelodeon Movies, Amblin Entertainment, Walden Media, The Jim Henson Company, Reliance Entertainment, Tim Burton Productions, and Fairview Entertainment) - a live-action/CGI remake to the classic 1994 animated film.

2020s/Future

  • Future Times (PG-13) (2020 in co production with Paramount Famous Productions, Nickelodeon Movies, MTV Films, Zhengfu Pictures, Spyglass Entertainment and 2nd Man on The Moon) - TBA
  • The Jack's Big Music Show Horror Movie (2020 in co-production with Nickelodeon Alternative, Krusty Krab Productions, Annapurna Pictures, Pont Grey, Spiffy Pictures, Blumhouse Productions and Henson Alternative) - TBA
  • BlooJ's Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends (2020) - a live-action adaptation of the 2000 animated show of the same name. (in co-production with Warner Bros. Pictures, Nickelodeon Alternative, Romite Group, The Bloo Films, Games Animation Inc, The Jim Henson Company, Blue Ice Pictures, Bron Creative, KatzSmith Productions, WildBrain, Krusty Krab Productions, Remmus Enterprises, Amblin Entertainment, and Blumhouse Productions) (Directed by Tim Burton, Andy Muschietti and Robert Zemeckis) - Mac lives a peaceful and energetic life, The next day, he wakes up on his 10th birthday, and finds a present in the kitchen. He opens it, and it is revealed to be an imaginary friend named Bloo. However, three years later, it is revealed that Mac has outgrown his age to have an imaginary friend and thus has to send Bloo away,  and is impossible for him to find a new home, After they come across a commercial for Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends that in Toonville, so Mac decides to send Bloo in and Mac and his friends (Cartman, Stan, Kyle, Kenny and the Edds) move/take a vacation to Toonville and Foster's is free to live at, and they goes to a bus station and leaves for the city, where they meet many new friends. However, trouble brews when he finds out that the main owner of Toonville "Dave Cartoon" has been murdered by an unknown character as Mac and his new friends must show that he is innocent, in order to be fully welcomed as evil forces begin to rise, when Stuart Snyder and Bendy are plotting to destroy Toonville, the town that everyone lives in, and replace it with a live-action themed world, named Snyderville (which also contains a freeway), With this in place, Mac, Bloo, and their new friends have no choice but to team up, obliterate Stuart Snyder, Bendy, and the other villains, and save Toonville from utter chaos.
  • 1906 (PG-13) (2020, co-produced with Games Animation and 20th Century Studios) - TBA.
  • Rumble (2021) - a live-action remake to the animated film of the same name. (Directed by TBA)
  • Are You Afraid of the Dark? (2021 in co-production with Paramount Players, Nickelodeon Alternative, WildBrain, Krusty Krab Productions, Klasky-Csupo, Blumhouse Productions, and Blue Ice Pictures and KatzSmith Productions) - TBA (Directed by Andy Muschietti)
  • Shrek (2021 in co-production with DreamWorks Pictures, Amblin Entertainment, Games Animation Inc, Reliance Entertainment, Tim Burton Productions, The Jim Henson Company and Rideback, Mandeville Films) (Directed by Tim Burton and Guy Ritchie) - a live-action/CGI remake adaptation of the 1995 film.
  • Clifford the Big Red Dog (2021 in co-production with Entertainment One, Scholastic Entertainment, Walden Media, Republic Pictures and The Kerner Entertainment Company) - As Emily Elizabeth struggles to fit in at home and at school, she discovers a small red puppy who is destined to become her best friend. When Clifford becomes a gigantic dog and attracts the attention of a genetics company, Emily and her Uncle Casey have to fight the forces of greed as they go on the run across New York City. Along the way, Clifford affects the lives of everyone around him and teaches Emily and her uncle the true meaning of acceptance and unconditional love.
  • Sonic the Hedgehog (2022 co-produced with Amblin Entertainment, PlayTone, ImageMovers, Nickelodeon Movies, Bad Robot. and Sega) - TBA
  • Goin' Down to South Park (2021, in co-production with Warner Bros. Pictures, Warner Action, Comedy Central, Amblin Entertainment, Krusty Krab Productions, TBA, TBA, Aardman Animations, Cuppa Coffee and TBA) (Directed by TBA) - A remake to the timeless 1996 film.
  • StarBirds (2022 in co-production with House Of Mouse/Touchstone Pictures, Amblin Entertainment, Lucasfilm, TBA, and Krusty Krab) - a live-action/CGI remake adaptation of the TV Series same name. (Directed by Robert Zemeckis and J.J. Abrams)
  • Jenny (2022) - TBA
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