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Touchstone Television

ABC Studios
Industry Television Production
Founded 1985 (1985) (as Touchstone Television)
2007 (2007) (as ABC Studios)
Headquarters Burbank, California, USA
Owner(s) Disney-ABC Television Group
Parent Disney-ABC Television Group

ABC Studios is the television production division of Disney–ABC Television Group. ABC Studios was established as Touchstone Films Television Division in 1985 and given its new names in 1986 and its current name in May 2007.

In June 2009, ABC Entertainment announced a new organization, effective immediately.[1][2] In January 2010, Disney–ABC Television Group announced it was cutting 5% of its workforce.[3]

List of programs produced by Touchstone Television/ABC Studios

Currently produced

Future productions

  • Killer Women (TBA 2014)
  • Mixology (with Ryan Seacrest Production, Raleigh Studios, ABC; Fall 2013)
  • Resurrection (TBA 2014)

Formerly produced

Formerly known as


External links

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