Phil McIntyre Television has produced two feature films; Guest House Paradiso starring Rik Mayall and Adrian Edmondson and Maybe Baby starring Hugh Laurie and Joely Richardson (written and directed by Ben Elton). Included in their television productions are Peter Kay’s Phoenix Nights (Series 1&2) for Channel 4, Max and Paddy’s Road to Nowhere for Channel 4, Peter Kay Live at Manchester Arena (also Channel 4) Craig Cash’s and Phil Mealey’s Early Doors (Series 1&2) for BBC2, Victoria Wood With all the Trimmings, Victoria Wood’s Midlife Christmas (both BBC1) Victoria at The Albert and the documentaries Acorn Antiques: The Musical! and Victoria Wood: Moonwalking (all ITV1).

PMTV also produced the Fast Show Live (BBC2) Ben Elton’s Blessed, The Wright Way (BBC1) and Get A Grip (ITV), Thin Ice (BBC2) a sitcom set in the cut throat world of amateur ice skating, Adrian Edmondson’s Teenage Kicks (ITV).  More recently they have made four series of One Night Stand (DAVE) and four series of the hugely popular and multi award-winning Dynamo: Magician Impossible plus two Christmas Specials (Watch). PMTV has also produced a retrospective of Porridge called Inside Out (GOLD) as well as a live broadcast from backstage at the Monty Python Live; One Down Five to Go show from the 02, as well as a ‘making of’ and ‘best bits’ show with the Monty Python team (GOLD). PMTV also produced five series of the highly successful chat show Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled (DAVE).

In 2017, PMTV produced a six part series Our Friend Victoria (BBC1), celebrating the talents of the late comedy icon, Victoria Wood.

PMTV have recently produced three series of Live From The BBC for BBC Three, of which series 1 and 2 can be found on Netflix now. Also currently on Netflix is PMTV production James Acaster: Repetoire.