ABC Studios

Touchstone Television Productions, LLC, d/b/a ABC Studios,[1][2] is an American television production studio under the Disney Television Studios unit of Walt Disney Television (both ultimately owned by The Walt Disney Company). ABC Studios was established as the Touchstone Television banner in 1985 and given its current name on May 28, 2007.

Touchstone Television Productions, LLC
ABC Studios
Touchstone Television (1985–2007)
Limited liability company
IndustryTelevision production
FoundedMarch 21, 1985 (1985-03-21)
Area served
Key people
  • Jonnie Davis (President)
  • Josh Sussman (EVP, Business Affairs)
ParentDisney Television Studios
(Walt Disney Television)
SubsidiariesABC Signature Studios
ABC Studios International 


Touchstone Television

The Touchstone Films banner was used for TV by then-new Disney CEO Michael Eisner in the 1984–1985 television season with the short lived western, Wildside.[3] Touchstone was a banner of Disney Pictures which included at the time television production. In the next season, Disney's TV production unit produced a hit in The Golden Girls using the Touchstone Films brand.[4]

On April 18, 1989, Walt Disney Television and Touchstone Television were grouped together under Garth Ancier, president of network television for Walt Disney Studios.[5] With difficulty selling in the off-network syndicated market, Disney television executives decided in late September 1990 that Hull High, then on NBC, or a potential NBC mid-season replacement, Disney Action-Adventure Hour, would be its last hour long drama. High's pilot did cost the company $4.5 million which was considered very costly.[6] In 1992, Touchstone moved into producing longer forms for TV, focusing on more adult fare with its first telefilm for CBS about Edna Buchanan, a Miami Herald crime reporter who would win a Pulitzer Prize.[7]

On August 24, 1994, with Jeffrey Katzenberg's resignation, Richard Frank became head of Walt Disney Television and Telecommunications, a new group taking Touchstone and other TV units out of the Disney studios.[8]

In April 1996, due to ongoing post-Disney-CC/ABC merger realignment and the retirement of its president, Walt Disney Television and Telecommunications' divisions were reassigned to other groups, with Touchstone Television transferred to The Walt Disney Studios.[9] On November 1, 1997, David Neuman assumed the presidency of Touchstone TV while retaining his post as president of Walt Disney Network Television.[10] In March 1998, Touchstone was placed under Buena Vista Television Productions, a newly formed group under chairman Lloyd Braun, along with Walt Disney Network Television.[11] By June 1999, Neuman left to become Digital Entertainment Network.[12]

In 2000, Touchstone created two departments for comedy in September, and a department for drama in December.[13] While two of their pilots were in consideration to be picked up by ABC in April 2003, Tollin/Robbins Productions agreed to a two-year development deal with Touchstone Television, which included a two-year option, shares in profits and outside sales.[14]

ABC Television Studio

In February 2007, Touchstone Television was renamed ABC Television Studios as part of Disney's push to drop secondary brands like Buena Vista for Disney, ABC and ESPN.[1][3]

In June 2009, ABC Entertainment announced a new organization, effective immediately as ABC Entertainment Group, consolidating back office functions like business affairs, distribution and scheduling of ABC Studios and ABC Entertainment while retaining separate creative units.[15][16] In January 2010, Disney-ABC Television Group announced it was cutting 5% of its workforce.[17] In October 2012, ABC Studios formed its Signature unit to sell to outside networks.[18]

In early 2016, ABC Studios International (also referred to as ABC International Studios) was started up with the appointment of Keli Lee as managing director, international content and talent and her move to London. The unit, announced at MIPCOM in October 2016, would allow more overseas local productions, leveraging fellow Disney Media Network expertise in distribution and production expertise for local co-production, international co-productions, IP library re-version and original formats acquisition and production. This would add to Disney-ABC's international productions in Latin America, where the company has 16 years of producing local content.[19] In April 2017, the international unit greenlit its first co-production Harrow Australia series.[20] Lee signed Hoodlum Entertainment, Harrow co-production company, to a first look deal by February 2018.[21] With ABC picking up the international unit's Reef Break in August 2018, ABC Studios was added as a co-producer.[22]

In August 2017, Ryan Seacrest Productions left CBS at the end of their deal to move over to ABC Studios.[23] Following up its cable/streaming unit expansion, ABC Studios launched a new Alternative Division for the full range of unscripted work from documentary to game show to social experiment shows. The former executive vice president of development and production at Ryan Seacrest Productions and Universal TV Alternative Studios' former head, Fernando Hernandez was hired by the studio to head the division around January 2018. The division was announced in October 2018 with a small slate, a production executive Gareth Provan and an in-house development group, The Originals Group. The division is tapping existing production companies with deals at ABC Studios, Ryan Seacrest Productions, Larry Wilmore's Wilmore Films and Bob Sertner Productions, plus partnerships Hernandez has developed including with Mission Control Media, Parker Paige Media, INE Entertainment, Party Pit Productions.[24]

Disney TV Studios subsidiary

With the acquisition of 21st Century Fox cloing on March 20, 2019, ABC Studios became a subsidiary of Disney Television Studios.[25] In July 2019, Disney TV Studios announced a reorganization in executive leadership. Fox TV executives Jonnie Davis and Josh Sussman replaced Patrick Moran and Howard Davine as president and executive vice president of business affairs of ABC Studios respectively.[26] It was also announced that Amy Hartwick, the studio's head of comedy, had exited.[27] In September 2019, ABC Studios Alternative Division head Hernandez exited the post with ABC indicating that they would remain in the businesses.[28]

ABC Studios International had Lucy Liu produced Unsung Heroes anthology series in development while launching an ABC Discover to find more British talent. In December 2019, an exodus of top international unit executives including Managing Director Keli Lee occurred, however no replacements have been named given a re-assessing of the unit is taking place.[29]

Partial list of programs produced by Touchstone Television/ABC Studios

Currently produced

Title Year Network Co-production Notes
The Amazing Race 2001–present CBS Jerry Bruckheimer Television and CBS Television Studios as Touchstone Television until 2007
Jimmy Kimmel Live! 2003–present ABC Jackhole Productions as Touchstone Television until 2007
Grey's Anatomy 2005–present ABC The Mark Gordon Company and Shondaland Productions (2005–present) (season 2–present) as Touchstone Television until 2007
Criminal Minds 2005–present CBS The Mark Gordon Company and CBS TV Studios as Touchstone Television until 2007
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. 2013–present ABC Mutant Enemy Productions and Marvel Television
Black-ish 2014–present ABC Khalabo Ink Society, Principato-Young Entertainment, Cinema Gypsy Productions and Artists First
How to Get Away with Murder 2014–present ABC Nowalk Entertainment and Shondaland
American Housewife 2016–present ABC Eight Sisters, Inc., Wiener & Schwartz Productions and Kapital Entertainment
The Good Doctor 2017–present ABC 3AD Productions, EnterMedia Content, Shore Z Productions and Sony Pictures Television
Station 19 2018–present ABC Shondaland
Single Parents 2018–present ABC Elizabeth Meriwether Pictures, JJ Philbin Productions and 20th Century Fox Television
A Million Little Things 2018–present ABC Next Thing You Know Productions, Fee-Fi-Fo Films and Kapital Entertainment
The Rookie 2018–present ABC Perfectman Pictures and Entertainment One Television
Schooled 2019–present ABC Sony Pictures TV and Happy Madison Productions
Bless This Mess 2019–present ABC Elizabeth Meriwether Pictures, Lake Bell Prod. and 20th Century Fox TV
Mixed-ish 2019–present ABC Khalabo Ink Society, Cinema Gypsy Productions and Artists First
Emergence 2019–present ABC Fazekas & Butters
Stumptown 2019–present ABC Jason Richman Entertainment and The District

Future productions

Title Year Network Co-production Notes
The Baker & the Beauty TBA ABC Keshet International and Universal Television [30]
For Life Sony Pictures Television, G-Unit Film & Television and Doug Robinson Productions
United We Fall Juban Productions, Exhibit A, and Sony Pictures Television

Former productions

Alternative Division


Title Year Network Co-production company Notes
Best Bite Ever TBA ABC The Originals Group[24]
Ink & Paint 2019-2020 (year 1) Disney+ Sertner Productions
Prop Culture [28] formerly Iconic Art of the Movies
Pick of the Litter TBA KTF Films [28][31]

ABC Studios International

Title Year(s) Service(s) Co-production company(ies) Notes
Harrow 2018–present ABC (AU), Alibi (UK), Hulu (US)[32] Hoodlum Entertainment, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Screen Queensland [20]
Reef Break 2019–present ABC (US), M6 (FR) ABC Studios [22]
The Gloaming 2019–present Stan Sweet Potato Films, 2 Jons, Mushroom Pictures [33]


Title Year Network Co-production company Notes
Untitled female perspectives of Shakespeare works TBA ABC (AU)
  • Australian Broadcasting
  • LuckyChap Entertainment
  • Hoodlum
10 episodes; Disney Media Distribution is international distributor[34]
Unsung Heroes TBD
  • Ruthanne Secunda Productions
  • Moonvision Entertainment
  • Framework Entertainment
female pioneers profile anthology series[35]
Holly Throsby’s Goodwood novel adaptation ABC (AU) Endemol Shine Banks [36]

ABC Signature

ABC Signature Studios, Inc.[37]
ABC Signature
IndustryFilmed entertainment
FoundedOctober 2012 (2012-10)[18]
Key people
Tracy Underwood[18]
Production output
Cable and streaming programs[18]
ParentABC Studios
(Disney Television Studios) 

ABC Signature Studios, Inc. (alternatively Signature, or ABC Signature) is the boutique cable and streaming production subsidiary of ABC Studios.

Signature history

ABC Studios was moving to sell to outside networks. As the studios had placed the former ABC comedy Cougar Town at TBS, and Devious Maids at Lifetime, Signature was started in October 2012 to continue the trend.[18]

Signature developed Mistresses, which was included in ABC's summer schedule and renewed for another season.[18] Signature was incorporated on September 23, 2013.[37] In October 2013, the division placed its first outside project, Benched, for USA with a pilot order which finished shooting by December. Other projects were in the works with A&E, WE tv and TBS. In the works with ABC, Signature has a possible straight-to-series Stephen King story adaptation, Grand Central based on The New York Times at Special Bargain Rates.[18] Corporate sibling Freeform picked up Rated P For Parenthood for development as its first program from Signature in June 2014.[38]

In April 2015, Signature and ABC Studios agreed to a two-year, first-look with Black Label Media, started by Molly Smith, Trent Luckinbill and Thad Luckinbill three years ago as a financing and producing company.[39] McG's Wonderland Sound & Vision signed a two-year overall production agreement with Signature, Freeform and ABC Studios in October 2015. This follows two productions from McG on Freeform/ABC Family.[40] Signature signed SMILF producer Frankie Shaw to a two-year overall deal in July 2018.[41] In March 2019, the deal was suspended.[42]

In April 2016, Freeform greenlit Cloak & Dagger with a straight-to-series order as Marvel Television's first co-production with Signature.[43] Another co-production with Marvel Television was greenlit in August 2016, with Runaways confirmed for the Hulu streaming service.[44] Signature put in development a live action Mighty Ducks series in January 2018 that is likely to end up being a show on Disney+.[45]

Signature is teaming with John Grisham, Hulu and Michael Seitzman's Maniac Production to create Grisham Universe set of TV series. The franchise would begin with two series, The Rainmaker and Rogue Lawyer, based on Grisham's books with potential to grow to additional series.[46] Hulu had dropped out of the Grisham Universe by September 5, 2019 with the pair being shopped given other interested outlets.[47]

Signature productions


Title Year Network Notes
Grown-ish 2018–present[48] Freeform co-production with Khalabo Ink Society, Principato-Young Entertainment and Cinema Gypsy Productions
Godfather of Harlem 2019–present Epix Significant Productions [49]
Dollface 2019 Hulu LuckyChap Entertainment and Clubhouse Pictures [50]


Title Year Network co-production with Notes
Helstrom 2020 Hulu Marvel Studios [51][52]
High Fidelity 2020 Hulu Midnight Radio 10-episode order originally to stream on Disney+[53][54]
Little Fires Everywhere 2020 Hulu Hello Sunshine and Simpson Street [55]
Unrelated TBA Freeform [56]
The Mighty Ducks TBA Disney+ Brillstein Entertainment [57]
The Rainmaker TBD Maniac Productions development stage; based on John Grisham's books;[46] Hulu dropped out, show being shopped[47]
Rogue Lawyer


Title Year Network co-production with Notes
Mistresses 2013–16 ABC Good Talk Productions, Bob Sertner Productions, Ecosse Films and Tsiporah Productions [18]
Benched 2014 USA The Mark Gordon Company [18]
Blood & Oil 2015 ABC Flame Ventures [58]
Confirmation 2016 HBO Groundswell Productions and HBO Films television film[59]
Dead of Summer 2016 Freeform Kitsis-Horowitz Productions [60]
Guerrilla 2017 Sky Atlantic/Showtime Green Door Pictures, Fifty Fathoms and Stearns Castle Entertainment miniseries[61]
SMILF 2017–19 Showtime Showtime Networks, Supahsmart Productions, Quantity Entertainment and Groundswell Productions
Runaways 2017-19 Hulu Marvel Television and Fake Empire Productions
Cloak & Dagger 2018–19 Freeform Wandering Rocks Productions and Marvel Television
All About the Washingtons 2018 Netflix Simmons Lehman Productions and Amblin Television [62][63]


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