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Logo descriptions by SilverSword55, lenhill and Logophile
Logo captures by Logophile
Editions by userjt and Phillip Hatfield

1st Logo

Logo: Just a sped-up version of Imagine Entertainment's 1988 logo.Imagine TV (1991)

FX/SFX: Same as the movie logo.

Music/Sounds: The closing theme to the program.

Availability: Rare. Appeared on the TV movie Conagher, which is available on VHS, DVD and Laseridsc. Possibly appeared on Take Five, the NBC pilot Channel 88, Knight & Daye, Parenthood (the 1990-91 NBC sitcom starring Ed Begley, Jr.), and My Talk Show; all five shows are long extinct outside of old recordings.

Scare Factor: Same as the movie logo.

2nd Logo

IMagine Television
Logo: It's a short version of the 1997 movie logo, but the word "TELEVISION" fades in instead of "ENTERTAINMENT".

  • On Sports Night, "IN ASSOCIATION WITH" appears below in a gold, sans serif typeface.
  • Sometimes, the logo is still.

FX/SFX: Same as the movie counterpart.

Music/Sounds: The last 2 notes of the movie fanfare. On The PJs, the logo was silent, while on some episodes of The PJs, the end theme plays over it, like on other shows.

Availability: Common. First seen on the short-lived series Hiller and Diller. It can be seen on post-1997 shows from the company, such as Empire, Curious George, Friday Night Lights, Arrested Development, 24, and Parenthood.

Scare Factor: None.

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