Warner Bros. Television Production UK is a group of leading British television production companies, Wall To Wall, Twenty Twenty, Ricochet, Renegade and Yalli Productions, producing some of the nation's favourite television.
WBTVPUK's output covers everything from long-running brands and formats to one-off specials and features, encompassing scripted, factual, factual entertainment, comedy and lifestyle content.
Established in 1998 as Shed Productions, the company grew rapidly after acquiring Ricochet (in 2005), Twenty Twenty and Wall to Wall (both 2007), launching Yalli Productions (2011), acquiring Renegade Pictures (2012), and starting up scripted specialists Headstrong Pictures (2014) to form the Shed Media Group. Warner Bros. became majority shareholders of the Shed Media Group in 2010, and the group became a fully-owned part of Warner Bros. in June 2014, changing its name to the Warner Bros. Television Production UK group.
WBTVPUK’s 2016 highlights included: Who Do You Think You Are? - most notablywith Danny Dyer; the last BBC series of The Voice UK; Child Genius & the celebrity special; Lucy Worsley’s Six Wives; The Victorian Slum; Back in Time for the Weekend; Back in Time for Brixton; 500 Questions; Victorian Bakers (Wall to Wall); First Dates & celebrity specials; The Choir: Gareth’s Best in Britain & Choir for Heroes; The Refugee Camp: Our Dessert Home (Twenty Twenty); Food Unwrapped (Ricochet); Walking Through Time; Don’t Tell the Bride; Ben Fogle: New Lives in the Wild (Renegade).
Other notable successes for the group include the Oscar and BAFTA winning film Man On Wire (2008), the Emmy nominated drama feature The Girl (2012), the long running genealogy series Who Do You Think You Are? and the international smash hit franchise Supernanny (2004-12). The classic drama favourites Bad Girls, Footballers Wives and Waterloo Road, plus Don't Tell The Bride (2007-), Drugs: Live (2012, 2015), and the continuing success of Gareth Malone's choir franchise, including The Choir (2006), The Choir: Military Wives (2011), and Gareth's All-Star Choir, which spawned the chart topping official BBC Children In Need single in 2014.