T.J. Entertainment, LLC is an American animation studio and production company founded by animators Trevor Jordan and Nicholas Pockes on June 10, 1991. Headquartered in Central Los Angeles, California, the studio is best known for the series PuffRuff School, Tj's World and Crayon High, and has also produced ten feature films to date, its most recent being Palm City (2017).

History

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Filmography

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Films

Released films

# Title Release date Notes Budget Box office RT score MPA rating
1 The Hub August 11, 1995 distributed by Paramount Pictures $10 million $45 million 64% PG
2 Revolt Squad August 7, 1998 co-production with Imperium Entertainment; distributed by Warner Bros. $11 million $66 million 71%
3 Project Zero March 24, 2000 distributed by Paramount Pictures $15 million $74 million 76%
4 PuffRuff School: The Movie August 17, 2001 co-production with Imperium Entertainment; distributed by 20th Century Fox $18 million $97 million 74%
5 Team POWER August 8, 2003 co-production with Imperium Entertainment; distributed by Paramount Pictures $16 million $78 million 62%
6 Tj's World: The Movie April 22, 2005 co-production with Nickelodeon Movies; distributed by Paramount Pictures $21 million $93 million 65%
7 Heroball August 8, 2008 distributed by Paramount Pictures (US) and DreamWorks Pictures (international) $30 million $74 million 73%
8 Uploaded August 15, 2012 co-production with Imperium Entertainment; distributed by 20th Century Fox $24 million $100.7 million 55%
9 Planet Chasers August 8, 2014 co-production with Imperium Entertainment; distributed by 20th Century Fox $32 million $129.2 million 59% PG-13
10 Palm City August 18, 2017 co-production with Imperium Entertainment and Village Roadshow Pictures; distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures $32 million $122.4 million 65%

Television series

Title Original run Original network
PuffRuff School October 9, 1994 – May 21, 2004 Fox
Tj's World March 13, 2000 – April 27, 2013 Nickelodeon
Crayon High September 8, 2017 – present Netflix

See also

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