TriStar Television

TriStar Television

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TriStar Television (first spelled Tri-Star) was an American television production company that was launched on April 1, 1987 by TriStar Pictures (the studio which was then-currently owned by Columbia Pictures and HBO; CBS was a partner but dropped out in 1985). In December 1987, TriStar Television was bought by Columbia Pictures' television unit, and folded into Columbia Pictures Television (CPT) on February 8, 1988. Columbia Pictures and TriStar Pictures (and their respective television units) were sold in 1989 to Sony of Japan.

CPT would continue on under Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE), but TriStar Television was reestablished in 1991. In 1994, the companies formed the joint venture Columbia TriStar Television (CTT). However, shows such as Early Edition (a joint production with CBS) and Malcolm & Eddie retained the TriStar logo and copyright until 1999, when both the Columbia and TriStar television units were merged outright. Three years later, SPE retired the Columbia and TriStar names from television, rechristening the company as Sony Pictures Television. Today, TriStar Television operates as in-name only.

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