Teakwood Lane Productions

From Audiovisual Identity Database


Teakwood Lane Productions is the production company of 24 showrunner Howard Gordon, housed at 20th Television (previously 20th Century Fox Television) and later at Sony Pictures Television starting in 2019. The company is named after the street that Gordon grew up on in Long Island.

(March 8, 1999-)

Logo: On a black background, we see an old image of a front view of a house. The image then glows to cross-fade into a complete recreation of the house as the company name is partially wiped in below. Faint light rays shine from outside the left window.

Trivia: The house depicted in the logo is the house Howard Gordon grew up in. The window from which the light protrudes is that of Gordon's bedroom, which reflects his adolescence as "anxiety-filled, dream-laden and industrious".

Variant: A shortened version exists.

Technique: 2D computer animation.

Music/Sounds: A 4-note piano theme, with a reversed cymbal crash and twinkling corresponding with the animation, and ending with crickets chirping. Starting in 2008, it's only the last sound, albeit different from before. Otherwise, the end theme of the show.

Availability: Debuted on the short-lived 1999 show Strange World and was later seen on the 24 franchise starting with the TV film 24: Redemption. It also appears on the failed pilot of Company Man, Homeland, Awake, Legends, Tyrant, Second Chance and the 2023 adaptation of Accused.

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