Background: The company was formed in 2000 by Greg Berlanti and Mickey Liddell. In 2006, Liddell left the company, which resulted a change to the company's name.
(September 16, 2002-June 5, 2006)
Logo: We see a dusty dark blue book in a table. The dust is blown off, revealing:
with two motive dots above and below it.
Variant: "IN ASSOCIATION WITH" fades in on the bottom-right.
FX/SFX: The dusts wind-out, all live-action.
Music/Sounds: A violin strings tune.
Availability: Was seen on Everwood and Jack and Bobby.
Editor's Note: None.
(September 24, 2006-)
Logo: We see a family sitting in a living room watching television (the television set appears to be from the 1960s); the parents are sitting on the couch, and two children sit on the floor. The camera slowly zooms up to the television screen, as a young boy is blocking the TV. He moves his head to the side
as the words:
in a '70s style font flash on the TV screen.
- The word "Television" was used originally before "Productions" changed it.
- The still version exists.
- On the 2013 revival of The Tomorrow People, the text reads "BERLANTI/PLEC" instead.
- Promoting The Lego Batman Movie, the young boy is replaced with the Lego version of BatmanFX/SFX: The camera zooming in.
Music/Sounds: A 9-note harp tune. A voiceover (provided by Greg Berlanti himself) shouts "Greg, move your head!", NBC airings used a voice over and a generic theme.
Music/Sounds Trivia: The soundbite is actually what Berlanti's father used to say to him as a kid, whenever his head blocked the television screen.
- A much more common abridged version exists.
- On it's early years, the voice is high-toned.
- On The Mysteries of Laura, a sped-up version exists.
- The Lego Batman Movie variant has Berlanti saying "Batman, move your head!"Availability: Common on many shows from the company, such as Brothers and Sisters, No Ordinary Family, Arrow, The Flash and The Mysteries of Laura. The Lego Batman Movie variant can be seen on the Arrow episode "Bratva", The Legends of Tomorrow episode "Turncoat", The Flash episode "Untouchable", the Supergirl episode "The Martian Chronicles", and the short-lived Deception.
Editor's Note: None.