TRN Productions, formerly known as Open Jar Productions, was TamatedRNetworks' in-house production company. It made TRN shows, like Robloxia Street and Suburbia. The group was re-absorbed into the re-opened TamatedRNetworks on January 29, 2014, and in the process, cancelled all of its distribution deals with other networks (mainly rTV Networks and Roblox Networks Television). The company closed in August 2014 as an effect of Tamated leaving Roblox permanently.


TRN Productions was created on December 28, 2013 as Open Jar Productions, using the then-former programming rights from TamatedRNetworks, which were never sold after the network closed on October 20, 2013. After TRN reopened, the production company was renamed and started to focus on past, present and future TamatedRNetworks projects.

The company was involved in the Working Life scandal in late December 2013 and early January 2014, which surrounded the events of the company's opening and the theft of one of the group's programs by BBN.


TRN Productions currently owns the rights to the programming of TamatedRNetworks. The programs were licensed to other networks in TRN's absence through Open Jar, but these deals were canceled on January 29, 2014, when TRN re-opened.