The studios Zero Tolerance Entertainment and Black Ice are sister companies of Third Degree Films.

Third Degree Films is an American pornographic film studio. The company was founded in 2002 by Joey Wilson.

In 2006 the company started included a bonus Spanish language track on all its DVDs, in an attempt to tap in to the increasingly important Spanish speaking demographic in the US and Latin America.

In 2007, the company signed a deal with Hustler TV to provide its content on the channel in North and South America.

In 2008, ZT brought a lawsuit against DVD rental site Movixo Inc., alleging DVD piracy. The case was settled out of court for $15 million.

In 2009 the Film The Cougar Club directed by Miles Long® won an AVN Award for Best MILF Release setting the bar for films of that genre.