Georgia Entertainment Industries

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Georgia Entertainment Industries is a tax incentive program that provides funding for films, video games and TV shows filmed in the US state of Georgia, formed in 1973. Its logo features the state fruit, the peach.

Logo (November 25, 2009-)

Visuals: On a black background, there is a 3D abstract peach with the word "Georgia" zooming in. Then, a white spark files out from the left and wipes in the URL "".


  • 2010-: A long version of this debuted on Tyler Perry's Meet The Browns.
  • September 12, 2011-May 2013: A still, in-credit version appears at the bottom left of the screen at the end of Family Feud before the end credits begin. Beginning on September 16, 2013, the standard version is used.
  • On a few early episodes of Dish Nation, a still version was used.
  • Beginning in September 2013, the URL changed to "". This is seen so far on Family Feud since season 15.
  • On Archer Vice and The New Atlanta, the logo is seen on a white background.
  • On several films, this logo appears white as an in-credit.
  • A version with a white background exists.
  • There is a still version with no URL.
  • There is an animated version with no URL. This version is a bit more zoomed in than usual.
  • One version has a white background and a 2D peach with the words "On My Mind" below it, in reference to the song "Georgia on my Mind" popularized by Ray Charles. Below that is the URL "".
  • A still variant with a silver peach is seen on the closing credits of most movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, starting with Captain America: Civil War.
  • On Hi-Rez Studios' games, such as Smite, Paladins and Realm Royale, the logo animates above the games' technical system logos (such as Unreal Engine and Havok).
  • On Paid Off With Michael Torpey, the logo is zoomed in to the point where the URL can't be seen.
  • On Good Eats: The Return, the peach from the show's credits bounces off the bottom of the screen, then moves to the center, zooms in and fades to the white-background version of the logo.
  • On some shows, an "" URL is seen under the logo.
  • Beginning in 2018, the URL was removed from the logo.
  • An enhanced version debuted on season 2 of Tyler Perry's Assisted Living. The logo's shading is darker and it starts out from a farther distance before zooming in, with a dark blue spotlight appearing when the logo reaches a comfortable distance.
  • A still version of the above version exists. The shading is a bit different and there is no spotlight in this version.
  • On Your Pretty Face Is Going To Hell: The Cartoon, the logo is smaller.
  • On Pretty Stoned, the logo is in a style of a neon sign.
  • On Jelly, Ben & Pogo, the 2021 version of the logo is still and is superimposed onto the right side of the credits.

Technique: CGI. None for the Pretty Stoned variant.

Audio: A calm, four-note synth theme with "twinkling" sounds. On some shows and films, it is silent or uses the opening/closing theme of the film or show.

Audio Variants:

  • Beginning in summer 2013, a woman singing "Made in Georgia!" was added over the four-note synth theme. This can be heard on Family Feud.
  • On some shows, such as Archer starting with Season 2, America: The Motion Picture, and the series finale of Aqua Teen Hunger Force Forever (the eleventh season of ATHF), a deep voice announces "Made... in Georgia".
  • On most episodes of Aqua Teen Hunger Force Forever and later seasons of Squidbillies, the singer is replaced with a different character (varies from episode to episode) of the respective shows saying the aforementioned line.
  • On the “Georgia on My Mind” variant, the announcer of the show states that the show, Georgia Travelers, was produced in partnership with the Georgia Department of Economic Development.
  • Sometimes, the theme is re-arranged with a few different twinkling sounds.
  • On the Aqua Teen Hunger Force Forever episode "Mouth Quest", a sound of a cash register is heard after the line. This appears during the episode.
  • On the Squidbillies episode "Debased Ball", an organ version of the theme when the baseball announcer says the line.


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