I love Television is a 18-year-old independent film and TV production company with offices in London, Paris (Moi j'aime la television S.A.) and Madrid (A mi me gusta la television S.L.). We produced the controversial adult cartoon show Popetown for the BBC, aired worldwide by - among other cool channels - MTVs from Germany to Latin America, and the family sitcom Genie in the House for Nickelodeon, France 3, Antenna 3 and channels in 80 more countries.
The company is known for strong and creatively scripted team-generated long-running series that employ bold visual special effects supplied by our unique first-class in-house post-production facility. It's a one stop creative shop with exclusive co-production deals with major producers like American Steven Bawol's Helion Film (Miami Vice, Renford Rejects) and Alan Marke's English comedy powerhouse Channel X (Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer).
The company is headed by the Franco-Hispano-Sino-Vietnamese producer and director Phil Ox. A bald, teetotal self-styled genius and ex-rock journo, Phil directed and produced 120 episodes of the sketch show CNET for Canal Plus France. He was Head of Programming at the EMAP web TV station nouvo.com and a writer, director and producer on the ten episodes of Popetown and the 78 episodes of Genie in the House. At home in France, Spain and the UK, he is a dealmaker with firsthand experience of cultural convergence in Europe and the ways to please channels and audiences worldwide from a unique European perspective. I Love Television has been a beneficiary of European Media State Funding and French CNC subsidies.