Texas Crew Productions creates premium television content for clients worldwide, and has won more than 25 Emmy Awards and an NAACP award in the process

Whether it’s an NAACP award-winning Special about the Obama presidency, a juicy true-crime cable series, a home renovation show, an inspiring music anthology series, a highly acclaimed youth football series or an Emmy-winning documentary, Texas Crew Productions has built a reputation for delivering first-class content, on time, on budget, and with a friendly Texas-sized smile for broadcasters and streamers of all shapes and sizes.

From our first series Friday Night Tykes, to our most recent work for clients like Hulu, Peacock, Facebook, A+E, HISTORY, Travel, YouTube, ESPN, and Oxygen, TCP continues to prove that premium content isn’t defined by budgets or physical location, but by creative vision, expert execution, and detailed management in every phase of production.

And we also like to think we’re pretty easy to work with.

Some of the projects we’re most proud of include the NAACP Image Award-winning 2-HR Special The 44th President: In His Own Words, a first-person documentary special on President Obama’s presidency which aired on HISTORY; ESPN 30 for 30’s Brian and the Boz and Phi Slama Jama; Fox’s six-part investigative series In the Valley of Sin; the re-make of Ripley’s Believe It or Not for Travel; the re-boot of A&E’s long-running series Sell This House; and over 50 hours of true-crime programming on Oxygen and Peacock. We’ve also dipped our toes in the podcast game, having produced 3 different podcast series.

Currently TCP has projects in production or development for a number of premium broadcasters and streamers including Peacock, Hulu, ESPN, Fox, AXS, Magnolia, Lifetime, USA Network, Oxygen, and A+E.