This page is for the current incarnation of Paramount Television. For the previous incarnations, see Paramount Television (CBS).


On March 4, 2013, Viacom president/CEO Philippe Dauman announced the relaunch of Paramount Television, adapting movies from their library into TV shows as its sole purpose. The TV shows that have been recently announced are Bettyville, School of Rock, Galaxy Quest, Minority Report, a live Grease musical, and a prequel to Shutter Island named Ashecliffe, the latter in association with HBO.

1st Logo

Logo: Technically just an in-credit logo. We see the print 2011 Paramount logo, with "IN ASSOCIATION WITH" above the logo.

FX/SFX: None.

Music/Sounds: The closing theme of the show.

Availability: Seen only for the TV show The Firm.

Scare Factor: None.

2nd Logo
(2015- )

Logo: Same concept as the 2013 Paramount Pictures logo, except the animation is different, the stars rush up to enclose the mountain, and the texts and background are more brighter. We also see the "Paramount Television" text, the first time Paramount's television has had that in more than 30 years. Below it, we see the Viacom byline (in the post-2005 font).

FX/SFX: The stars going up the mountain, the "Paramount Television" text going up, and the byline fading in.

Music/Sounds: The last four notes of the 1986 Paramount fanfare.

Availability: This logo made its debut on the Minority Report television series on FOX, and will be seen on other shows in the future, such as The Alienist on TNT, School of Rock on Nickelodeon, Ashecliffe on HBO, and Fatal Attraction and Grease Live!, both also due to air on Fox.

Scare Factor: None.