One of HIT's original logos.

HIT Entertainment was originally formed as Henson International Television (hit!) in 1983 as a branch of the Jim Henson Company in order to coordinate the co-production of Fraggle Rock in London. The subsidiary was later reincorporated and sold.

In April 2004, the Jim Henson Company signed a five-year agreement that gave HIT distribution rights of a large portion of the company's "family showcase" media catalogue. HIT produced several Henson VHS and DVD releases, including such shows as Fraggle Rock, Animal Jam, Mother Goose Stories and Emmet Otter's Jug-Band Christmas, several with newly produced bonus features.

HIT was one of the co-founders of the the US cable network PBS Kids Sprout, alongside NBC/Universal, PBS, and Sesame Workshop.

HIT also co-produced the 2006 series Frances with The Jim Henson Company.

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Henson titles listed in the HIT Catalogue[1] (April 1, 2004 - March 31, 2009)

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