DHX is best known in the United States as the company responsible for My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, which is animated at its studio (formerly Studio B Productions) in Vancouver. Its other series include Littlest Pet Shop (2012) and Sheriff Callie's Wild West. In 2012, the company acquired fellow Canadian company Cookie Jar Entertainment, giving them access to its extensive library of children's content, including that of its predecessor CINAR and DiC Entertainment.
Other acquisitions have included Epitome Pictures (producers of Degrassi) and competing Vancouver studio Nerd Corps Entertainment (Slugterra, League of Super Evil) (which was merged into the main Vancouver operation), the Strawberry Shortcake franchise, 41% of the Peanuts property (Sony Music Entertainment Japan Inc owns 39%, while the Charles Schulz estate owns the remaining 20%), and the British company Ragdoll Productions (known for Teletubbies, In the Night Garden..., etc.).
In 2013, DHX bought Astral Media's youth channels: Family Channel, and the Canadian versions of Disney Junior (both an English-language multiplex of Family and standalone French-language specialty channel), and Disney XD. They were re-organized into the newly-formed DHX Television division. In 2015, DHX Media decided to not renew their rights to Disney's children's programming (which were later picked up by Corus Entertainment). As a result, Disney Junior's English & French channels and Disney XD were re-named Family Jr, Télémagino, and Family CHRGD.
Notable television productions from DHX Media:
- Degrassi (Since 2014)
- Degrassi: The Next Generation (The final seasons)
- Degrassi: Next Class
- Inspector Gadget (2015)
- Massive Monster Mayhem
- My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic
- The Other Kingdom
- Teletubbies (2015 revival)
- Transformers: Rescue Bots (seasons 3-4)
- This Hour Has 22 Minutes (2006 onward)