Gaumont Television (sometimes written as GIT or GITV) is an American television division of the French Gaumont. It was launched on September 12, 2011 as an independent studio based in Los Angeles, designed to produce drama and comedy television programming for the U.S. and international markets.

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  • Gaumont Television (sometimes written as GIT or GITV) is an American television division of the French Gaumont. It was launched on September 12, 2011 as an independent studio based in Los Angeles, designed to produce drama and comedy television programming for the U.S. and international markets. (en)
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  • Gaumont Television (sometimes written as GIT or GITV) is an American television division of the French Gaumont. It was launched on September 12, 2011 as an independent studio based in Los Angeles, designed to produce drama and comedy television programming for the U.S. and international markets. (en)
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  • Gaumont International Television (en)
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