The Delphi Bureau: The Merchant of Death Assignment (1972)
The Picasso Summer (1972) Same as the Kung Fu, Probe and The Delphi Bureau: The Merchant of Death Assignment variants, but the blue background was replaced by the city from San Francisco, California.
This logo is essentially its 1972 film counterpart, but includes a ring reading "TELEVISION", much akin to the logos that its parent company Warner Bros. had used from 1948 to 1967 and would use from 1984 to 2020.
Rarely used opening version
This logo is essentially Warner Bros.'s 1972-1984 "Big W" logo designed by Saul Bass, but with the words "WARNER BROS. TELEVISION" placed above it.
The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show (1975)
The Sylvester and Tweety Show (1976)
The Daffy and Speedy Show (1978)
How Bugs Bunny Won the West (1978)
Bugs Bunny's Valentine (1979)
Daffy Duck's Thanks-For-Giving Special (1980)
The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show (1981)
The Daffy and Speedy Show (1981)
Bugs Bunny's Mad World of Television (1982)
The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show (1983)
Sparkling Cyanide (1983)
Bugs Bunny: All American Hero (1981)
Rare widescreen version
This logo is essentially its 1984-1990 film counterpart (featuring the return of Warner Bros.'s 1948 logo), only with the letters "WARNER BROS. TELEVISION" placed above it.
Same as before, only with its 1990-1992 film counterpart, with the byline changed to read "A TIME WARNER COMPANY".
Seen on China House
Family Dog (1992)
Same as before, only with its 1992-2001 film counterpart, with the byline changed to read "A TIME WARNER ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY".
Crossover version from 1994 to 1996 where the text above the shield switches from "WARNER BROS. TELEVISION" to "WARNER BROS. DOMESTIC TELEVISION DISTRIBUTION" in a slightly different font.
Seen on Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman.
Rare widescreen version.
This version appeared only on The Warner Hour (1998).
Family Dog (1993)
A different logo was used that featured a lighter colored shield with its ring reading "WARNER BROS. TELEVISION" on a different cloud background, with the Time Warner Entertainment byline appearing below it (appearing slightly three-dimensional along with the letters on the ring) in a slightly different shade of yellow.
Whose Line is it Anyway? (1998)
Rare widescreen version.
Same rare widescreen version as before, but in 4:3 aspect ratio.
Free Willy (1994)
Daddy's Girls (1994)
The John Larroquette Show (1996)
Minor Adjustments (1996)
1998 (75 Years)
This logo is basically the 75th anniversary version of its film counterpart.
Open matte version.
The B&W Version is seen on older shows. But it replaced the old B&W. Its replaced by the 2003 logo since.
Same as the 1984, 1990 and 1992 logos, only with the ring reading "WARNER BROS. TELEVISION" instead of "WARNER BROS. PICTURES" (much akin to the 1994 logo) and a URL reading "www.warnerbros.com" placed underneath the Time Warner Entertainment byline. It had only appeared for a short time before Time Warner merged with America Online, which owned Time Warner before it got the "Aol." logo in 2009.
This logo is basically the closing version of its 2001 film counterpart, only with the ring reading "WARNER BROS. TELEVISION". Occasionally, the "www.warnerbros.com" URL would appear beneath the AOL Time Warner byline.
Version with the banner reading Warner Bros.
This logo is the same as the 2001 logo, only with no byline for the first time since 1967. Occasionally, the "www.warnerbros.com" URL appears beneath the logo.
Full open matte version. (The logo is not positioned correctly)
Alternative URL version.
Full open matte version with URL
Version with AOL Time Warner byline
2005-2006 (50 Years of Quality)
2005 version; the background became closer. It even celebrated its 50 years the same year.
Version with URL
Open matte version with URL
Despite the fact that it almost erroneously used the 75th anniversary logo of its film counterpart in 1998, this logo was used to commemorate the television counterpart's 50th anniversary.
Same as the 2001 and 2003 logos, but only the shield and cloud background are redone. The shield is also 3D and made to look more like the shield from the theatrical logo, and it is a little more shiny.
Later in summer 2018, the shield is now zooming in closer and the cloud are now moving left.