D-Dowd Productions was created in 2003 and was essentially a consolidation of SH Productions and LOVE Productions, which were former divisions in AMPCorp that were retired the same year. The group was created to house the new "James Crabb" series that started in 2003, and would come to overwealmingly define AMPCorp as a whole for two years. Even past the end of "James Crabb" in 2005, D-Dowd Productions continued to be the leading AMPCorp division in film output, although many of these projects were low quality endevors. The group's output began to falter around 2007, and by 2009, D-Dowd Productions hit an all time low, creating no projects for the year. In 2010, to turn around the once mighty division whose future looked bleak, "The Charlotte Ferris Show" was introduced. This project, the first sitcom in AMPCorp history, finally gave D-Dowd Productions the new image and steady output it needed to turn around, and 2010 marked a big comeback for the division which now is once again a leading group in AMPCorp. D-Dowd Productions now focuses on a mixture of comedy and drama, with multiple comedy series occasional dramatic short-films.
D-Dowd Productions Subdivisions: CF Pictures (TCFS franchise), Carpemoore Pictures (TTM franchise), Storyline Pictures (dramatic/inspirational films), All Hallows' Eve Pictures (horror films), James Crabb Pictures (JC franchise), Airbrush Pictures (post-modern, art films)