TriStar Television (2015-present)

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Descriptions by
Nicholas Aczel and Michael Bode

Captures by
Eric S., Shadeed A. Kelly, and V of Doom

Editions by
Shadeed A. Kelly, V of Doom and Michael Kenchington

Video captures courtesy of
Eric S., Michael Bass, mcydodge919, Broken Saw and External Galaxy.


On May 28, 2015, Sony Pictures Television resurrected TriStar Television as its boutique production label with the television series The Good Girls Revolt, which made its debut on Amazon Prime Video on November 5, 2015. Until her death in March 2018, the revived studio was run by Suzanne Patmore-Gibbs.

(November 5, 2015-)

Logo: It starts with the 2014 Sony Entertainment logo, just like Sony Pictures Television. It very quickly zooms in to reveal the end of the current TriStar logo with the Pegasus just beginning to spread its wings. "TELEVISION" then fades in underneath in the Bebas Neue font and with the letters spaced out. The byline "A SONY COMPANY" fades in a moment later, in small letters and in a different font than in the regular logo. All of the text appears to be made of solid gold.

Variant: Starting in 2023, the logo is still with "TELEVISION" in a different font and the Sony byline now used from the film logo. It also transitions from the 2021 Sony logo.

Technique: CGI animation, designed by JAMM VFX.

Music/Sounds: The 1993 theme from the 1992 TriStar Television logo.

Music/Sounds Variant: On the 2023 version, it's just the Sony ding.

Availability: Current.

  • It's seen on the shows The Good Girls Revolt, Shut Eye, and The Last Tycoon all on Amazon Prime Video.
  • It was also seen on the Showtime series On Becoming a God in Central Florida and the AMC series Lucky Hank.
  • However, it does not appear on The Afterparty despite being produced by it; it uses the Sony Pictures Television Studios logo instead.
TriStar Television (1991-1999)
TriStar Television (2015-present)
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