irls. The premiere of the programming on Boomerang is expected to coincide with the launch of the DC Super Hero Girls consumer products. Domestic Business Warner Bros. produces and distributes its television programming for initial airing on broadcast and basic cable television networks, premium pay television and SVOD and other OTT services and local television stations in the U.S. Warner Bros. also produces and distributes short-form live-action series and animated programming for initial viewing on digital platforms. Warner Bros.’ programming includes scripted television series produced by Warner Bros. Television and Warner Horizon Television Inc., including 2 Broke Girls, Arrow, The Big Bang Theory, Blindspot, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, The Flash, Gotham, Lucifer, The Middle, Mike & Molly, Mom, Person of Interest, Rush Hour, Supergirl, Supernatural and Vampire Diaries for broadcast networks (including The CW); Childrens Hospital, Major Crimes, Pretty Little Liars and Rizzoli & Isles for basic cable networks (including TNT, TBS and Adult Swim); The Leftovers and Westworld (for HBO) and Shameless for premium pay television services; and 11.22.63, Fuller House and Longmire for SVOD services; reality-based non-scripted television series produced by Warner Horizon Television Inc., including 500 Questions, The Bachelor, Bachelor in Paradise and The Voice; first-run syndication series produced by Telepictures Productions Inc., including The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Extra, The Real and TMZ; and animated television programming and original made-for-home entertainment animated releases produced by Warner Bros. Animation Inc., including programming based on characters from DC Entertainment, Looney Tunes and Hanna-Barbera; and short-form live-action series and animated programming for digital platforms produced by Blue Ribbon Content, including Justice League: Gods and Monsters Chronicles and Vixen based on DC Entertainment characters. Programs include Be Cool, Scooby Doo!, Bunnicula, Mike Tyson Mysteries, Teen Titans Go!, The Tom and Jerry Show and Wabbit, all of which aired on Turner’s Boomerang, Cartoon Network or Adult Swim networks in the 2015-2016 television season. After the initial domestic television airing, Warner Bros. licenses its television programming for subsequent airing on basic cable networks, local television stations and SVOD and other OTT services and through other off-network distribution channels in the U.S. These licenses enable Warner Bros. to generate significant revenues from hit television series for years beyond their initial airing on television. Warner Bros. also licenses its feature films to broadcast and cable networks, SVOD and other OTT services and premium pay television services (including HBO) starting approximately 8 to 11 months following their theatrical release. During 2015, Warner Bros. licensed approximately 900 feature films and approximately 3,000 hours of feature film programming to television networks, premium pay television services and SVOD and other OTT services. International Business Warner Bros. licenses rights to exhibit feature films and original television series in international territories through agreements with television networks, premium pay television services, basic tier television services and SVOD services, free video on demand services (FVOD) and other digital services. In addition, Warner Bros. licenses rights to exhibit feature films to Hollywood VIP, a transactional VOD and SVOD service operated by Tencent in China in which Warner Bros. holds a minority interest, and feature films and original television series to HOOQ, an SVOD service operating in India, the Philippines and Thailand, which is owned by Warner Bros., Singtel Telecommunications Limited and Sony Pictures Television. During 2015, Warner Bros. licensed various hours of programming, dubbed or subtitled in approximately 90 languages, to international distributors in approximately 190 countries. As the worldwide demand for locally produced, local language programming increases, Warner Bros. is focused on expanding its international local production business. Warner Bros. is dev
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