Brillstein Entertainment Partners

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Descriptions by
Mr.Logo, Logophile, and CuriousGeorge60

Captures by
Mr.Logo, EnormousRat and Logophile

Editions by
Mr.Logo, Logophile, and CuriousGeorge60

Video captures courtesy of
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In 2005, Brad Grey sold its interest due to him becoming the CEO of Paramount Pictures, and it was renamed to Brillstein Entertainment Partners.

1st Logo (March 15, 2007-August 16, 2019)

Logo: On a white background, we see the words "brillsteinentertainmentpartners" in turquoise, with "entertainment" being in green sliding through, then the same words are placed in the center, only in smaller text.

Variant: On Resurrection, we see it under the Plan B logo.

Technique: 2D animation.

Music/Sounds: The gentle choir with a tree bell and a whoosh. On episodes 3-22 of Ringer and Jim Gaffigan: Quality Time, it's silent. ABC and The CW airings used a generic theme and a voiceover.

Availability: Seen on Jim Gaffigan: Quality TimeSamantha Who, the first season of Resurrection, and Ringer.

2nd Logo (September 28, 2014-)

Logo: On a black background, we see the same words from the previous logo, but only stacked from each words from the top to the bottom.


  • A white background version exists.
  • The logo sometimes shares its screen with other logos.
  • Sometimes, the logo can appear close-up.
  • On Central Park, a variant is used where "brillstein" and "partners" are placed more to the center, and that the letter combination "rt", as seen in "entertainment" and "partners", now has these letters connected together. The text is also slightly larger, and is somewhat uplifted, too. This variant was also spotted on The Jim Gaffigan Show and Big Time in Hollywood, FL, albeit with the "rt" letter combination not being connected, the text being a bit smaller, and, in terms of height, is in it's usual spot, right in the middle. A very minor change, but it still counts.

Technique: None.

Music/Sounds: None, the end theme of the show or the gentle choir from the last logo. ABC airings used a generic theme and a voiceover.

Availability: Common. Seen on Manhattan Love Story, the second season of ResurrectionBig Time in Hollywood, FLHidden America with Jonah RayThe Jim Jefferies Show, The Jim Gaffigan ShowChasing CameronMaya and MartyJim Gaffigan: Cinco, Baskets, Lights Out with David Spade, Central Park, and The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers.

Brad Grey Television
Brillstein Entertainment Partners
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