Shows or dramas that are produced by two production companies, each in different countries.

Especially in the most recent decades, an animated TV show has always been produced by at least two studios in some way, since animation is expensive and labor-intensive.


* The Pepsiman TV commercials were produced by Creator/IndustrialLightAndMagic for the Tokyo firm Pyramid Films.

* ''Anime/AfroSamurai'' -- Written and animated by Studio {{Creator/GONZO}} (Japan); cast, produced and distributed by Creator/FUNimation Entertainment (USA)
* ''Anime/TheAnimatrix'' -- Features nine segments across which animation, writing and directing duties are handled by American, Korean, and (mostly) Japanese talent.
* The first ''Anime/{{Bakugan}} Battle Brawlers'' series was a fully Japanese production (Creator/TMSEntertainment and Japan Vistec along with Creator/{{SEGA}} TOYS Co.), but [[OddlyNamedSequel follow-up series]] ''New Vestroia'' and ''Gundalian Invaders'' were made in conjunction with North American licensors Nelvana Enterprises and Spin Master (both Canadian), due to the fact that the original series [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff was far more popular in Canada and the US than it was in Japan]] and the local numbers weren't good enough to warrant a follow-up.
* ''Anime/TheBigO'' Season 2 -- Animated by Creator/{{Sunrise}}, produced by Creator/CartoonNetwork.
* ''Anime/DeadLeaves'' -- Made by Production I.G. (Japan) and Creator/StudioGainax (Japan), and produced by Manga Entertainment (UK/USA)
* ''Anime/FushigiNoKuniNoAlice'': The series was a Japanese-German coproduction between Creator/NipponAnimation and Apollo Films.
* ''Anime/GhostInTheShell'' (1995 film) -- Made by Production I.G. (Japan) and produced by Creator/MangaEntertainment (UK/USA)
* ''Anime/GhostInTheShellStandAloneComplex'' - Made by Production I.G. (Japan) and produced by Manga Entertainment (UK/USA) and Bandai Entertainment USA.
* ''{{Guyver}}'' - The 2006 TV series was a collaboration between Kadokawa Shoten (Japan) and ADV Films (US)
* ''Anime/HaloLegends'' -- USA/Japan co-op like ''WesternAnimation/BatmanGothamKnight'' [[note]] just replace Creator/{{Madhouse}} with Creator/StudioBONES and Creator/ToeiAnimation[[/note]]
* The ''Anime/MarvelAnime'' shows (as well as the movies ''Film/IronManRiseOfTechnovore'' and ''Film/AvengersConfidentialBlackWidowAndPunisher''), which were a collaboration between Creator/MarvelComics and Creator/{{Madhouse}}''.
* Likewise, ''Anime/MarvelDiskWarsTheAvengers'', a collaboration between Marvel and Creator/ToeiAnimation.
* ''Anime/MassEffectParagonLost'': --USA/Japan/Canada Production with Creator/FUNimation and Creator/ProductionIG.
* ''Maya the Bee'' -- Produced in Germany by ZDF and Taurus Film, in Austria by Apollo Film, and in Japan by Zuiyo Enterprise/Nippon Animation. A similar trinational arrangement produced ''Vicky the Viking''.
* ''Anime/TheMysteriousCitiesOfGold'' -- France (DiC)/Japan (N.H.K., Creator/StudioPierrot)
* ''WesternAnimation/ObanStarRacers'' -- Jetix Europe and Sav! The World Productions (France) with Bandai Visual and Hal Film Maker (Japan).
* ''Manga/RurouniKenshin Seisohen'', a.k.a. ''Samurai X: Reflections'' -- Made by Creator/StudioDEEN (Japan); produced by Creator/ADVFilms (USA)
* The anime of ''Manga/SamuraiGun'' was co-financed by Creator/ADVFilms.
* ''Anime/SpiderRiders'' -- Made with Creator/BeeTrain, Creator/TVTokyo and Yomiko Advertising in Japan and Creator/CookieJarEntertainment in Canada.
* ''Anime/TekkonKinkreet'': Animated by Creator/Studio4C (Japan), directed by an American living in Japan, and scored by British rock band Plaid.
* ''Anime/{{Ulysses 31}}'' -- a collaboration between DiC and TMS.
* The ''[[ComicBook/{{Valerian}} Valérian and Laureline]]'' animated series -- France/Japan
* All ''Franchise/YuGiOh'' films and series after the first two have been funded/produced by Creator/FourKidsEntertainment.
** [[Anime/YuGiOhGX GX]] was a co-production between the Japanese companies and Creator/DongWooAnimation.
* The third season of ''Anime/SonicX'' was also funded and produced by Creator/FourKidsEntertainment.
* ''Anime/TenkaiKnights'' is a MerchandiseDriven co-production between Shogakukan-Shueisha Productions (Japan) and the Canadian toy company Spin Master.

[[folder:Films -- Animation]]
* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanGothamKnight'' (2008) -- Co-produced by Creator/DCComics and four Japanese animation studios[[note]] Creator/Studio4C, Creator/ProductionIG, Creator/BeeTrain and Creator/{{Madhouse}}[[/note]].
* The First three ''WesternAnimation/{{BIONICLE}}'' films were a collaboration between Creative Capers Animation in America, {{LEGO}} in Denmark, and [[Creator/WangFilmProductions CGCG & Wang Film Productions]] in Taiwan.
* ''Animation/FantasticPlanet'' was a collaboration involving various French and Czech companies.
* ''Anime/FinalFantasyTheSpiritsWithin'' -- Collaboration between Japanese and American talent
* The animated film adaptations of ''WesternAnimation/TheHobbit'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheReturnOfTheKing'' -- USA/Japan; directed and character-designed by Creator/RankinBassProductions, animated by Creator/{{Topcraft}} (the studio that made ''Manga/NausicaaOfTheValleyOfTheWind'')
* ''Anime/{{Interstella 5555}}'' was animated in Japan (Through Creator/ToeiAnimation), with a soundtrack by French band Music/DaftPunk.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Planet 51}}'' -- An AllCGICartoon feature made by Spain's Ilion Animation Studios, financed by England's Creator/HandmadeFilms, and distributed by America's Creator/TriStarPictures.
* ''WesternAnimation/StarshipTroopersInvasion'' -- Made by Sola Digital Arts (Japan) and distributed by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment via Stage 6 Films (USA).

[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* Many major studios now often have at least monetary coproduction with China, mainly so that, well, the films will be far less likely to be BannedInChina.
** Two of the most prominent examples are ''Film/IronMan3'' and ''Film/TransformersAgeOfExtinction''.
* Both ''Film/ClashOfTheTitans'' and its [[Film/ClashOfTheTitans 2010 remake]] were co-productions between USA (Creator/WarnerBros and Creator/LegendaryPictures) and the United Kingdom with the 1981 film being a UK/USA film and the 2010 film a USA/UK film.
** The sequel to the 2010 remake, ''[[Film/ClashOfTheTitans Wrath of the Titans]]'' still a USA/UK film, added Spain to the production of the film since a big part of the filming scenario was set in the Canary Islands much like the 2010 remake.
* The ''Film/HarryPotter'' films -- USA (Creator/WarnerBros and, for a time, 1492 Pictures)/UK (Heyday Films). 1492 Pictures is Creator/ChrisColumbus's own production company, which left the series when he did. Heyday Films is David Heyman's production company. The second film added in a German company, MIRACLE Productions [=GmbH=] & Co. KG, which never did anything else.
** On top of providing effects for all the films. ''Deathly Hallows, Part 2'' had Creator/MovingPictureCompany co-produce.
* ''Film/KingKongEscapes'' was co-produced by Creator/RankinBassProductions (US) and Creator/{{Toho}} (Japan).
* ''Memoirs of a Teenage Amnesiac'' - filmed in Japan, based on the American novel of the same name, involves both Japanese and American talents.
* ''Film/{{Mongol}}'' -- A collaboration between Russia, Mongolia, Kazakhstan, and Germany, with a significant amount of filming done in China.
* ''Paris Je T'Aime'' -- Features segments by filmmakers from around the world, including France, Mexico, the USA, England, and Japan.
* ''The Silk Road'' (Chinese title: ''Dun Huang''; Japanese pronunciation: ''Tonkō'') -- Creator/{{Daiei}}, Dentsu and Marubeni (Japan) in association with various Chinese companies.
* ''Film/TheThirdMan'' was a British movie largely filmed in Austria with David O. Selznick as an uncredited American co-producer.
* ''Film/TheThreeMusketeers2011'' -- A co-production between the UK, Germany and France, with talent from all three countries (along with American Creator/LoganLerman in the lead).
** Similar with ''Film/InglouriousBasterds'', shot in the same studio (Babelsberg), which was a German/American co-production.
* ''Film/ToraToraTora'', co-production between 20th Century Fox (USA) and Toei Company. Ltd (Japan).
* Creator/WoodyAllen started from 2005 to 2012 a period of films set in Europe (except ''Whatever Works'') beginning with ''Film/MatchPoint''. Most films had USA in the production except the former because he had trouble finding financial support in there. Since ''Film/BlueJasmine'' he's back into full American support again. Among the countries that participated in this period were:
** ''Film/MatchPoint'' was produced by, aside from UK's BBC Films, [[UsefulNotes/{{Ireland}} their neighbors]], Luxembourg and Russia.
** UsefulNotes/UnitedKingdom for the aformentioned film, ''Scoop'' (also produced by BBC Films) and ''Cassandra's Dream'' (with France's Wild Bunch production).
** UsefulNotes/{{France}} for ''Cassandra's Dream'' (Wild Bunch) and ''Film/MidnightInParis''[[note]]Filming took place in France but it's a USA-Spain production.[[/note]]. Wild Bunch also produced ''Film/VickyCristinaBarcelona'' but it's remained as a Spain-USA production.
** UsefulNotes/{{Spain}} had Mediapro for ''Film/VickyCristinaBarcelona''[[note]]Also produced by Wild Bunch.[[/note]], ''You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger'' [[note]]Also produced by Antena 3. Filming took place in London but it's a Spain-USA production too.[[/note]] and ''Film/MidnightInParis''[[note]]Also produced by TV3 (Televisió de Catalunya) and Versátil Cinema.[[/note]].
** UsefulNotes/{{Italy}} for ''Film/ToRomeWithLove'' (Medusa Film).
* ''Film/YouOnlyLiveTwice'', produced by Eon Productions (UK), made extensive use of studio facilities and contract artists from Creator/{{Toho}} (Japan).
* The production of ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron'' had segments shot in South Africa, South Korea, and Italy, with involvement and cooperation from the three respective nations. Accordingly, Korean actress Claudia Kim was cast in a "substantial supporting role", similar to the StuntCasting of Fan Bingbing in the Chinese cut of ''Film/IronMan3''.

[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* ''Series/BattlestarGalactica2003'' -- co-produced by the Creator/SciFiChannel and Sky TV, and filmed in Canada. Sky TV only actually co-produced the first season but their name is still in the credits because the show still uses sets that Sky built during season 1.
* ''Series/BIMASatriaGaruda'' -- A toku series produced by MNC Group, RCTI (both from Indonesia, the latter being the channel that airs it) and Ishinomori Productions (Japan), with merchandising provided and sold by Bandai (Japan).
* ''Series/CharlieJade''-- co-produced by the Canadian CHUM Television and the South African Industrial Development Corporation.
* ''Series/DefyingGravity'' -- Canada/USA/UK/Germany.
* ''Series/DoctorWho''
** The early seasons of the new series are technically a CBC (Canada) production as well as a [[Creator/TheBBC BBC]] (Wales) one; the leak of [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E1Rose "Rose"]] came from a CBC employee. However, the closing credits in the UK only referenced them during Series 3 and [[Recap/DoctorWho2006CSTheRunawayBride "The Runaway Bride"]].
** The [[Recap/DoctorWhoTVMTheTVMovie 1996 television movie]] was a co-production between the BBC and {{Universal}}.
** Because of major location filming in America, the two-parter [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E1TheImpossibleAstronaut "The Impossible Astronaut"]]/[[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E2DayOfTheMoon "Day of the Moon"]] is listed as a BBC America/BBC Wales co-production instead of just a BBC Wales production at the end of the closing credits.
* ''Film/DragonsAFantasyMadeReal'': Britain/USA
* ''Series/{{Farscape}}'' -- USA/Australia
* ''FiveDays'' -- produced by {{Creator/HBO}} Films and the BBC. Set in South Hertfordshire.
* ''Foreign Exchange'' -- FilmedOnLocation in both Ireland and Australia.
* ''Friends'' (not the American sitcom) was a Japanese/South Korean {{dorama}} filmed in both countries.
* ''Series/TheGrid'' -- Produced by the Creator/TheBBC, Carnival Films (UK) and Fox TV (US) and filmed on both sides of the Atlantic.
* ''{{Series/Highlander}}'' was French and Canadian, hence the setting shifting between Seacouver (filmed in Vancouver) and Paris.
* ''Series/{{Humans}}'' -- USA/Britain co-production between AMC and Channel 4.
* ''Jason and The Heroes of Mount Olympus'' was a France/US co-production. And there will be no page for that show, until it is released in '''some''' form. So far, [[ only some of the episodes]] are available on Website/YouTube.
* '' Series/{{K9}}'' is a co-production between Jetix Europe and Network 10 (Australia). As it is part of the Franchise/{{Whoniverse}}, it can also be said to be influenced, if not co-produced, by the BBC.
* ''Series/{{Lexx}}''-- A Canadian and German co-production with additional funding from Britain.
* Parodied in ''Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus'', where "The Pantomime Horse is a Secret Agent Film," a movie supposedly based on an idea by Edward VII and directed by Queen Juliana of the Netherlands, is a "Corpse-Haakon" production produced by Sir Alec Douglas-Home and King Haakon of Norway.
* ''Series/TheMuppetShow'' -- a show featuring American puppeteers, filmed at and produced by an {{ITV}} station in the UK.
* ''Series/{{Mythbusters}}'' -- USA/Australia
* ''Series/MythQuest'': Filmed in Canada, but two German production studios were responsible for special effects.
* ''Franchise/PowerRangers'' -- A co-production of the Toei Company in Japan (for the ''SuperSentai'' source footage, costumes and concepts), Saban Entertainment[=/=]Saban Brands (for the seasons between ''Series/PowerRangersWildForce'' and ''Series/PowerRangersRPM'', make this Disney, under the name of BVS Entertainment) in the United States, and in the later seasons, Village Roadshow Productions (''Ranger Productions'' subsididary) from New Zealand.
* ''Series/{{Rome}}'' is co-produced by HBO and the BBC, as were ''Series/TheNo1LadiesDetectiveAgency'', ''Series/LittleBritain USA'' and ''Series/{{Extras}}''. (Although ''Series/BandOfBrothers'' carries a credit for the BBC on the opening credits of the UK broadcasts, the BBC isn't mentioned anywhere on the ''closing'' credits. Or on the airings on any other channel. Or the [=DVD=]s. Or... well, you get the idea.)
* ''Series/SesameStreet'' is adapted internationally this way with dubbing, either alone or combined with original live action footage. The Israeli and American teams also collaborated to produce a series about Western Jewish culture.
* ''Series/SheWolfOfLondon'': UK/US. It was moved to Los Angeles and retitled ''Series/LoveAndCurses'' when the UK producers pulled their funding.
* ''Series/ShoeboxZoo'' was a co-production between BBC Scotland and a Canadian company.
* By definition, everything produced by 19 Entertainment and BBC America qualifies.
* ''{{Series/Spellbinder}}'' Australia/Poland in season 1. Australia/Poland/China in season 2.
* ''Series/StrikeBack'' was a British production in the first season, but became a US/UK coproduction with Sky/Cinemax from the second season onward.
* While the first three seasons of ''Series/{{Torchwood}}'' were 100% BBC productions, [[Series/TorchwoodMiracleDay the fourth]] is a co-production between the BBC and the American Starz Entertainment.
* ''Literature/TheWorstWitch'' (TV series) was co-produced with HTV (a UK company) and Gala Films (a Canadian company).
* ''Series/TheFortyFourHundred'' - US/UK co-production between CBS and Sky.

* TheMusical of ''Literature/GoneWithTheWind'' was originally produced by Creator/{{Toho}} in Tokyo under the title ''Scarlett'', but, aside from the Japanese cast and writer Kazuo Kikuta, most of the talents involved were Broadway regulars, including songwriter Harold Rome and director Joe Layton. Layton co-produced as well as directed Harold Fielding's production of an English-language version of the musical, which ran for a while at the Drury Lane Theatre in London and then toured a few American cities but never opened in New York.

* ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}'':
** The toys for the entire metaseries and the fiction of the Anime/UnicronTrilogy are collaborations between Creator/{{Hasbro}} (USA) and [=TakaraTomy=] (Japan).
** ''WesternAnimation/BeastWars'' and ''WesternAnimation/BeastMachines'' were co-produced by Hasbro and Creator/MainframeEntertainment (Canada).
** ''TransformersCybertron'''s Anime was co-produced by Creator/{{GONZO}} and Creator/SunwooEntertainment.
** ''TransformersGoBots'''s short-lived cartoon was co-produced by Hasbro and Creator/WangFilmProductions.

[[folder:Video Games]]
* Any video game for which a publisher outsources development to a studio in a different country - which is many these days.
** ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry'' is a famous example, being developed by British firm Rare, but based on a Japanese Nintendo character. Later games in the series are developed by the American Retro Studios. ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountryTropicalFreeze'' is a three-way co-production, still being developed by Retro Studios with music by David Wise, a former Rare employee.
** Creator/LJNToys, notorious US publisher of {{Licensed Game}}s, contracted the development of about half of them to Creator/{{Atlus}}, who then subcontracted a lot of the work to other Japanese companies. LJN's non-Japanese-developed games went out to Creator/{{Rare}} (UK), Software Creations (UK) or Beam Software (Australia).
** ''VideoGame/StarFox1'' and a few other Nintendo games of the 1990s were co-developed by Creator/ArgonautSoftware (UK).
* ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid: [[VideoGameRemake The Twin Snakes]]'' -- co-production between {{Konami}} Computer Entertainment Japan ([[CaptainObvious take a guess]]) and Silicon Knights (Canadian)
* All games by RetroStudios (USA) so far were done in collaboration with Creator/{{Nintendo}} EAD (Japan).
* Many RockstarGames, due to the company having various studios in Europe and the USA
* ''VideoGame/{{Spectrobes}}'': USA/Japan
* ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2'' -- Japan/USA, with the team collaborating in California.
** Some other ''Sonic'' games have been developed by Traveller's Tales and Sumo Digital in the U.K.
* ''SilentHillHomecoming'' -- Developed by Double Helix Studios (USA); produced, scored and published by Konami Computer Entertainment (Japan)
* ''VideoGame/SilentHillOrigins'' and ''SilentHillShatteredMemories'' -- Developed by Creator/ClimaxGroup (UK); scored and published by Konami (Japan)
* ''VideoGame/{{Shantae}}: Half-Genie Hero'' is co-developed by WayForwardTechnologies (USA) and Inti Creates (Japan).
* ''VideoGame/SineMora'' is co-developed by Creator/GrasshopperManufacture (Japan) and Creator/DigitalReality (Hungary).
* The ''VideoGame/EccoTheDolphin'' games, along with ''VideoGame/CyborgJustice'', ''VideoGame/{{Kolibri}}'' and ''VideoGame/ThreeDirtyDwarves'', were produced by Creator/{{Sega}} of America and developed by Novotrade International/Appaloosa Interactive (Hungary, though they later opened an American branch office).
* ''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundam Gundam]] 0079: The War For Earth'' was developed by American company Presto Studio and produced and supervised by {{Sunrise}} (Japan).
* The ''Top Gear'' series of {{Racing Game}}s, produced by Kemco (Japan), had its earlier installments developed by Gremlin Graphics (UK). Later games were developed by various American companies (Boss Game, Saffire, Snowblind).

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* ''WesternAnimation/AaaghItsTheMrHellShow'' - A UK/Canada co-production.
* ''Animal Crackers'' and ''WesternAnimation/MonaTheVampire'' were both co-productions between Alphanim (France) and Cinar (Canada), with the latter series involving other French companies as well.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheBeatles'' was produced by Creator/KingFeaturesSyndicate (USA), TVC (UK), and Artransa Park Studios (Australia).
* ''WesternAnimation/BionicSix'' -- TMS with MCA[=/=]Creator/{{Universal}} and Intermedia International
* ''WesternAnimation/BobAndMargaret'' -- Starting in season 3, the show became a co-production between Nelvana and Creator/PhilippineAnimationStudioInc.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Braceface}}'' - A Canada/Hong Kong co-production between Nelvana and Creator/JadeAnimation.
* ''WesternAnimation/ClassOfTheTitans'' - A Canada/Philippines co-production between Studio B, Nelvana, and Creator/TopDraw.
* ''WesternAnimation/DogtanianAndTheThreeMuskehounds'' -- BRB Internacional (Spain) and Creator/NipponAnimation (Japan).
* ''Festival of Family Classics'' -- Creator/RankinBassProductions (US) in conjunction with Creator/MushiProductions (Japan).
* ''Literature/{{Franklin}} and Friends'' - A Canada/Singapore co-production between Nelvana and Infinite Frameworks.
* ''WesternAnimation/GeorgeShrinks'' -- A Canada/China co-production between Nelvana and Creator/JadeAnimation.
* Most Creator/HannaBarbera cartoons from the mid-eighties to early nineties (''WesternAnimation/ChallengeOfTheGoBots'', ''WesternAnimation/APupNamedScoobyDoo'' and the later seasons of ''WesternAnimation/TheSmurfs'', for instance) were often co-produced between them, Wang[=/=]Cuckoo's Nest, Creator/ToeiAnimation and/or Creator/FilCartoons.
* ''WesternAnimation/HuntikSecretsAndSeekers'' -- An Italian/American co-production which, for some reason, premieres in the UK.
* ''WesternAnimation/InspectorGadget'' -- Co-Production between [=DiC=] (US and France), LBS (US), Creator/{{Nelvana}} (Canada; season 1 only), TMS (Japan) and Creator/WangFilmProductions[=/=]Cuckoo's Nest (Taiwan; credited as the latter only).
* ''Kung Fu Dino Posse'' - A Canada/Singapore/Korea/Germany co-production between Cookie Jar, Sunwoo Asia Pacific, Creator/SunwooEntertainment, and Optix Entertainment.
* ''WesternAnimation/LibertysKids'' -- A U.S./Luxembourg/China co-production between DIC, Melusine, and Creator/HongYing.
* ''Literature/LittleBear'' -- A Canada/China co-production between Nelvana and [[Creator/WangFilmProductions Hong Guang]] (season 5 only).
* ''WesternAnimation/TheLoudHouse'' -- A co-production with Nickelodeon (USA) and Jam Filled Entertainment (Canada).
* ''WesternAnimation/MarvinTheTapDancingHorse'' - A Canada/China co-production between Nelvana and [[Creator/WangFilmProductions Hong Guang]].
* ''[[Franchise/{{Pumuckl}} Meister Eder und sein Pumuckl]]'' -- Infafilm, Bayerischer Rundfunk (West Germany), ORF (Austria), Hungarofilm and Creator/PannoniaFilmStudio (Hungary).
* ''WesternAnimation/MightyOrbots'' -- TMS with Creator/{{ABC}} and Creator/{{MGM}}
* ''WesternAnimation/MikeLuAndOg'' -- Co-production between Kinofilm (USA), Pilot Studio (Russia) and [[Creator/NicEntertainment Nic]]/Creator/SaeHahnProductions (Korea).
* ''A Miss Mallard Mystery'' - A Canada/China co-production between CINAR/Cookie Jar and Shanghai Animation Film Studio.
* ''WesternAnimation/MiraculousLadybug'' -- France/Japan (Creator/ToeiAnimation)
* ''WesternAnimation/MissSpidersSunnyPatchFriends'' - A Canada/U.K. co-production between Nelvana and Absolute Pictures.
* ''WesternAnimation/MythicWarriors'' - A Canada/France/China co-production between Nelvana, Marathon, and [[Creator/WangFilmProductions Hong Guang]].
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Pelswick}}'' - A Canada/China co-production between Nelvana and Suzhou [[Creator/HongYing Hong Ying Animation]].
* ''Pocket Dragon Adventures'' - A U.S./Spain co-production between Creator/DICEntertainment, BKN, and D'Ocon Films.
* ''Animation/ScamperThePenguin'' - A Russian/Japanese co-production.
* ''WesternAnimation/SeaPrincesses'' -- An Australian/Brazilian/Spanish co-production.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Visionaries}}'' -- TMS with Hasbro and Sunbow