Framestore’s Television department applies the company’s celebrated skills in VFX to shows made for the small screen. Working with global broadcast partners, and the new wave of game-changers in online streaming, Television has successfully tapped a desire for Hollywood-calibre visual effects within series format.

Framestore’s heritage in the television sphere goes back to the dinosaurs - Walking with Dinosaurs, to be exact. Having harnessed the learnings of such award-winning series (and accrued a raft of major awards along the way), Television has evolved its processes and pipelines to supervise VFX-heavy shows in their entirety, using in-house expertise to creatively direct from the highest level.

Framestore was proud to work with National Geographic to showcase mankind’s home environment in all of its awe-inspiring glory, in series One Strange Rock.

Black Mirror 'USS Callister'

Buckle up, Black Mirror fans. Charlie Brooker’s cult series returns to Netflix, with six new episodes showcasing the directorial talent and dystopian nightmares audiences have grown to love and fear. 

Black Mirror 'Playtest'

The future is bright, they tell us. We say, define ‘bright’. Framestore was thrilled to be a collaborator on Black Mirror, the hit episodic drama series created by Charlie Brooker.

Framestore fashioned a twisting, turning title sequence for SS-GB, a major adaptation of Len Deighton’s 1978 alternate history novel for the BBC.


Framestore pioneered a new path in TV production for the award-winning National Geographic six-part global event series MARS, bringing together contemporary documentary footage and VFX-heavy drama.

A televisual heritage like no other. The Emmy-award winning 'Walking with...' series, produced by BBC Science, included over 1600 shots of groundbreaking effects created by Framestore.