CBS Productions was a production arm of the CBS television network (an initialism of Columbia Broadcasting System, along with its parent company CBS Television Studios; the radio network was founded in 1927), now a part of Paramount Global, formed in 1952 to produce shows in-house, instead of relying solely on outside productions. One of its first productions was Studio One, a drama anthology series.
|Founded||1952 (the Columbia Broadcasting System television network's in-house production arm)|
1984 (re-launched as CBS Entertainment Productions)
2008 (in-name-only unit of CBS Television Studios)
2015 (second revived company)
|Defunct||November 28, 2019|
|Fate||re-launched as CBS Entertainment Productions in 1984|
Folded into Paramount Television in 2004
|Successor||Paramount Network Television (2004–06)|
CBS Paramount Television (2006–09)
CBS Television Studios (2009–20)
CBS Studios (2020–present)
|Headquarters||CBS Studio Center,|
|Parent||CBS Television Studios (CBS Entertainment Group) (2008–2012, 2015–2020)|
Silent (2004–2008, 2012–2015)
Later productions of note included the original Perry Mason, The Twilight Zone, Gunsmoke, The Wild Wild West, Hawaii Five-O, Rescue 911, Touched by an Angel, Walker, Texas Ranger and 1998–2006 episodes of The King of Queens, the CSI franchise and season 1 of 90210.