Lyrick Studios is a production company/distributing company was founded as The Lyons Group in 1988. It was best known for their production and distribution of Barney and more. On February 9, 2001, the company was acquired by HIT Entertainment. On August 31, 2001, Lyrick Studios was folded into HIT Entertainment.
Established in mid-1988 as The Lyons Group, the company began producing and distributing some direct-to-video episodes of Barney & Friends for the character's creator, Sheryl Leach. The Barney programs began airing on the Public Broadcasting Service on April 6, 1992. The company developed the Wishbone series for PBS in 1995, a show about a dog living in the fictional town of Oakdale, Texas. The series was filmed at the studio and on location in Plano, Texas.
- Barney & Friends (1992-2001)
- VeggieTales (1993–2001)
- Wishbone (1997–2001)
- Barney's Great Adventure: The Movie (PolyGram Release 1998)
- Kids for Character (1996)
- Kids for Character: Choices Count (1997)
- Groundling Marsh (US distribution) (1997–1999)
- Joe Scruggs (1997)
- Shelley Duvall's American Tall Tales and Legends (1998)
- Shelley Duvall's Mother Goose Rock 'n' Rhyme (1998)
- The Wiggles (US distribution) (1999–2001)
- 3-2-1 Penguins! (2000–2001)
- Bob the Builder (US distribution) (2001)
- Kipper (US distribution) (2001)
- Angelina Ballerina (US distribution) (2001)
- Barney's Great Adventure's original release and Re-Releases on DVD and VHS had been the only times that this logo is still not plastered by a Hit Entertainment logo. It remained that way eversince.