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* The ''Franchise/{{Rambo}}'' series (Lionsgate holds the home video rights to the first three films via Artisan, under license from [=StudioCanal=] {current owners of the Creator/CarolcoPictures library)

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* The ''Franchise/{{Rambo}}'' series (Lionsgate holds the home video rights to the first three films via Artisan, under license from [=StudioCanal=] Creator/StudioCanal {current owners of the Creator/CarolcoPictures library)



* ''[[WesternAnimation/ShaunTheSheep Shaun the Sheep Movie]]'' (Distribution in the USA, with [=StudioCanal=] (UK distributor) and Creator/AardmanAnimations}

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* ''[[WesternAnimation/ShaunTheSheep Shaun the Sheep Movie]]'' (Distribution in the USA, with [=StudioCanal=] Creator/StudioCanal (UK distributor) and Creator/AardmanAnimations}Creator/AardmanAnimations)

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2016 saw them acquiring rival premium TV network Creator/{{Starz}}, and their boatload of networks and properties (including Anchor Bay Entertainment and the back catalog of Creator/FilmRoman), from John Malone for $4.4 billion. Lionsgate would ultimately sell their stake in Epix to [=MGM=], who would assume full ownership of the network after also buying Creator/{{Viacom}}'s stake. Lionsgate's pay TV rights are tangled up: they own Starz, but subsidiary Summit has an output deal with Creator/{{HBO}}, Lionsgate itself still licenses its new releases to Epix.

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2016 saw them acquiring rival premium TV network Creator/{{Starz}}, and their boatload of networks and properties (including Anchor Bay Entertainment and the back catalog of Creator/FilmRoman), from John Malone for $4.4 billion. Lionsgate would ultimately sell their stake in Epix to [=MGM=], who would assume full ownership of the network after also buying Creator/{{Viacom}}'s stake. Lionsgate's pay TV rights are tangled up: they own Starz, but subsidiary Summit has an output deal with Creator/{{HBO}}, Lionsgate itself still licenses licensed its first-run films to Epix through their 2019 slate; they then began outputting content through Hulu from 2020-2021, before finally uniting with their new releases to Epix.
corporate sibling beginning with their 2022 films.[[note]]Defunct subsidiary Summit Entertainment had an output deal with Creator/{{HBO}}.[[/note]]


!!Films produced or distributed by Lionsgate (including films originally from Vidmark/Trimark, Live/Artisan and Vestron):

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!!Films [[folder:Films produced or distributed by Lionsgate (including films originally from Vidmark/Trimark, Live/Artisan and Vestron):Vestron)]]




!!TV series produced or distributed by Lionsgate:

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!!Video games developed by Lionsgate Games:

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