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d the third LEGO Batman videogame, LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham. Also in 2014, Warner Bros. announced the release of three films based on the world of Harry Potter from 2016 through 2020. Warner Bros. is also focused on creating new global film franchises. Television Warner Bros. engages in the television production and distribution business. Warner Bros. is focused on maintaining its position in producing primetime series for the U.S. broadcast networks (including The CW broadcast network (The CW)) while expanding and diversifying its production slate across new buyers and genres. This includes increasing production for basic cable networks (including expanding its collaboration with Turner), premium pay television services (including HBO), and SVOD services. Warner Bros. also plans to expand its international local television production business by using its global network of wholly-owned local production companies in 16 international territories. Warner Bros. is collaborating with Turner as Turner and Warner Bros. move to expand their global kids businesses and improve the related consumer product opportunities. Warner Bros. is providing Turner with various animation programming based on Warner Bros.’ intellectual property (such as DC Entertainment and Looney Tunes) to obtain global exposure for existing franchises and develop a platform to launch new franchises. 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 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 the following: Scripted television series produced by Warner Bros. Television and Warner Horizon Television Inc., including 2 Broke Girls, Arrow, The Big Bang Theory, The Flash, The Following, Gotham, The Middle, Mike & Molly, Person of Interest, and Supernatural for broadcast networks (including The CW); Childrens Hospital, Major Crimes, Pretty Little Liars, Rizzoli & Isles and Sullivan & Son for basic cable networks (including TNT, TBS, and Adult Swim); and scripted series for premium pay television services (including The Leftovers for HBO and Shameless). Reality-based non-scripted television series produced by Warner Horizon Television Inc., including The Bachelor and The Voice. First-run syndication series produced by Telepictures Productions Inc., including The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Extra, and TMZ. 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. Programs include Be Cool Scooby Doo, Mike Tyson Mysteries and Wabbit, all of which aired on Turner’s Cartoon Network or Adult Swim networks in the 2014-2015 television season. Short-form live-action series and animated programming for digital platforms produced by Blue Ribbon Content, including original concepts, as well as content based on characters from Warner Bros.’ intellectual property, including the Alloy Entertainment, DC Entertainment and New Line Cinema brands. After the initial domestic airing, Warner Bros. licenses its television programming for subsequent airing on basic cable networks, local television stations and SVOD services and through other off-network distribution channels in the U.S. Warner Bros. has licensed local station and basic cable off-network rights to various series, including 2 Broke Girls, The Big Bang Theory, The Middle, Mike & Molly, Person of Interest and Two and a Half Men. Warner Bros. also has license agreements with an SVOD service for the exclusive SVOD rights to all episodes of Friends and to each season of Gotham following its initial airing on broadcast television. In addition, Warner Bros. has a licensing agreement with an SVOD service, which extends through the 2014/2015 season (and for the life of any series created during the 2014/2015 season), for the

 

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