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20th Television
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Founded 1949 (as TCF Television Productions, Inc.)
Dissolved August 10, 2020 (distribution, folded into Disney-ABC Domestic Television; continued as production company thereafter)
President Carolyn Cassidy (President, Creative Affairs)
Howard Kurtzman (President, Business Operations)
Notable Works M*A*S*H
How I Met Your Mother
Family Guy
Modern Family
American Dad
Buffy the Vampire Slayer
New Girl
The X-Files
The Simpsons
This Is Us
American Horror Story

20th Television (formerly known as 20th Century Fox Television) is the television production and former distribution arm of 20th Century Studios and is a subsidiary of Walt Disney Television, which is part of The Walt Disney Company.



20th Century Fox Television was founded in 1949, around the same time that other movie studios were branching out into television production. At the time, the company was known as TCF Television Productions, Inc. until 1955. TCFT folded the operations of television production companies it acquired: Metromedia Producers Corporation in 1986, New World Entertainment in 1997, and MTM Enterprises in 1998. This also includes 20th Television, the current distributor for most of the shows originally produced by each company.

Since 1986, TCFT had served as FOX's official production arm (with Fox Television Studios being viewed as the unofficial production division), producing the bulk of TV shows airing on the network. The company produced the first two shows that aired on sister network MyNetworkTV; Desire and Fashion House.

In 1989, the functions of 20th Century Fox Television were taken over by Twentieth Television Corporation, a separate entity from Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. Both companies were subsidiaries of News Corporation unit Fox Inc. The move was made to separate the television productions from the movie studio for an increase in the studio's output. After the 1994 restructuring of Fox's television production companies, 20th Television refocused on syndication and "non-traditional programming" while network programs once again came back under the 20th Century Fox Television banner and to being a division of the movie studio.

In 2012, TCFT got reorganized as a separate unit of News Corporation, and chairs Dana Walden and Gary Newman reported to Chase Carey, who is the CEO of 21st Century Fox. Two years later, operations of the Fox Broadcasting Company and 20th Century Fox Television were merged into the Fox Television Group, overseen by Walden and Newman.

On December 14, 2017, it was announced that The Walt Disney Company would be purchasing most of 21st Century Fox's assets, including the 20th Century Fox film studio, 20th Century Fox Television, 20th Television and FX. The FOX network, Fox Television Stations, Fox News Channel, Fox Business Channel and the 20th Century Fox studio lot were not included in the deal but were spun off into a separate company, Fox Corporation, while FSN was sold off to the Sinclair Broadcast Group. The Disney-21st Century Fox deal obtained antitrust approval of the US Department of Justice Antitrust division, the European Commission and most other foreign regulatory bodies and, as of February 2019, required only approval from Brazil and Mexico to be finalized, with the finalization of the sale completed on March 20, 2019.[1][2]

On January 17, 2020, Disney changed the name of TCFT parent 20th Century Fox to 20th Century Studios to distance that company from the Fox name.[3] On August 10, 2020, TCFT was rebranded once again as 20th Television as the Fox part of the name was dropped to avoid brand confusion, while what had been the distribution division 20th Television was folded into Disney-ABC Domestic Television, and sister company Fox 21 Television Studios was renamed as the new Touchstone Television (which had been the original name of what later became ABC Studios and is now ABC Signature).[4]

Production codes

The format for free-to-air network produced shows is YSSSEE, where Y is the season identifier from 1 to Z, S is the three letter show identifier and E is a two digit episode number during that season. These are burned-in on the end copyright slate.

List of shows produced by 20th Century Fox Television/20th Television

Title Format Buyer Year(s)
Crusade in Europe Military documentary ABC 1949
The 20th Century-Fox Hour Anthology CBS 1955–1957
My Friend Flicka Western CBS 1956–1957
Broken Arrow Western ABC 1956–1958
Man Without a Gun Western Syndication 1957–1959
How to Marry a Millionaire Sitcom Syndication 1957–1959
The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis Sitcom CBS 1959–1963
Five Fingers Adventure drama NBC 1959–1960
Adventures in Paradise Adventure ABC 1959–1962
Hong Kong Adventure drama ABC 1960–1961
Follow the Sun Drama ABC 1961–1962
Bus Stop Drama ABC 1961–1962
Margie Sitcom ABC 1961–1962
Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea Sci-fi ABC 1964–1968
Peyton Place Soap Opera ABC 1964–1969
Valentine's Day Sitcom ABC 1964–1965
12 O'Clock High War drama ABC 1964–1967
Daniel Boone Historical adventure NBC 1964–1970
The Legend of Jesse James Western ABC 1965–1966
Lost in Space Sci-fi CBS 1965–1968
The Long, Hot Summer Drama ABC 1965–1966
The Loner Western CBS 1965–1966
Blue Light Espionage adventure drama ABC 1966
Batman Crime comedy ABC 1966–1968
The Monroes Western ABC 1966–1967
The Man Who Never Was Action drama ABC 1966–1967
The Tammy Grimes Show Sitcom ABC 1966
The Time Tunnel Action science fiction ABC 1966–1967
The Green Hornet Action / crime drama ABC 1966–1967
The Felony Squad Crime drama ABC 1966–1969
Custer Military-western ABC 1967
Judd for the Defense Legal drama ABC 1967–1969
Julia Sitcom NBC 1968–1971
The Ghost and Mrs. Muir Sitcom NBC 1968–1969
CBS 1969–1970
Land of the Giants Sci-fi ABC 1968–1970
Lancer Western CBS 1968–1970
Journey to the Unknown Sci-fi / thriller anthology ABC 1968–1969
Room 222 Dramedy ABC 1969–1974
Bracken's World Drama NBC 1969–1970
Nanny and the Professor Fantasy sitcom ABC 1970–1971
The Best of Everything Soap Opera ABC 1970
Here Comes the Double Deckers! Children ABC 1970–1971
BBC One 1971
Arnie Sitcom CBS 1970–1972
Circus 1971–1973
Cade's Country Western / crime drama CBS 1971–1972
Return to Peyton Place Drama NBC 1972–1974
M*A*S*H Military sitcom CBS 1972–1983
Anna and the King Sitcom CBS 1972
Roll Out! Sitcom CBS 1973–1974
The New Perry Mason Legal drama CBS 1973–1974
ABC's Wide World of Entertainment Variety ABC 1973–1976
The Starlost Sci-fi drama CTV 1973–1974
Run, Joe, Run NBC 1974–1976
Dinah! Talk Show NBC 1974
Planet of the Apes Sci-fi CBS 1974
Karen Sitcom ABC 1975
Oil Strike North Drama BBC 1975
The Swiss Family Robinson Drama ABC 1975–1976
That's Hollywood Documentary Syndication 1977–1978
ABC Weekend Special Anthology ABC 1977–1997
Select episodes
Loves Me, Loves Me Not Sitcom CBS 1977
Young Dan'l Boone Adventure drama CBS 1977
James at 15 Drama NBC 1977–1978
Husbands, Wives & Lovers Sitcom CBS 1978
The Paper Chase Drama CBS 1978–1979
Showtime 1983–1986
W.E.B. Drama NBC 1978
Dance Fever Musical variety Syndication 1979–1987
Billy Sitcom CBS 1979
Trapper John, M.D. Medical drama CBS 1979–1986
Hagen Legal drama CBS 1980
The Monte Carlo Show Variety TBA 1980
Ladies' Man Sitcom CBS 1980–1981
Breaking Away Dramedy ABC 1980–1981
The Fall Guy Action / adventure ABC 1981–1986
9 to 5 Sitcom ABC 1982–1983
Syndication 1986–1988
Trauma Center Medical drama ABC 1983
AfterMASH Sitcom CBS 1983–1984
Emerald Point N.A.S. Drama CBS 1983–1984
It's Not Easy Sitcom ABC 1983
Manimal Action / adventure NBC 1983
Masquerade Espionage ABC 1983–1984
Automan Sci-fi superhero drama ABC 1983–1984
Hammer House of Mystery and Suspense Anthology ITV 1984
Cover Up Action / adventure CBS 1984–1985
Mr. Belvedere Sitcom ABC 1985–1990
Charlie & Company Sitcom CBS 1985–1986
Small Wonder Sitcom Syndication 1985–1989
Fathers and Sons Sitcom NBC 1986
The Wizard Adventure drama CBS 1986–1987
L.A. Law Legal drama NBC 1986–1994
Heart of the City Drama ABC 1986–1987
The Tracey Ullman Show Variety comedy FOX 1987–1990
21 Jump Street Crime drama FOX 1987–1990
Syndication 1990–1991
The New Adventures of Beans Baxter Spy comedy FOX 1987
Leg Work Drama CBS 1987
Hooperman Dramedy ABC 1987–1988
Boys Will Be Boys Sitcom FOX 1987–1988
Pursuit of Happiness Sitcom ABC 1987–1988
Finders Keepers Game Shows Nickelodeon 1987–1988
Distribution only
Syndication 1988–1989
America's Most Wanted Crime reenactment FOX 1988–2011
Lifetime 2011–2012
COPS Reality FOX 1989–2013
Production switched to Spike Original Productions following the move to Spike TV in 2013
Anything But Love Sitcom ABC 1989–1992
Have Faith Sitcom ABC 1989
Sister Kate Sitcom NBC 1989–1990
Alien Nation Science fiction drama FOX 1989–1990
Doogie Howser, M.D. Dramedy ABC 1989–1993
The Simpsons Animated comedy FOX 1989–present
In Living Color Sketch comedy FOX 1990–1994
Working Girl Sitcom NBC 1990
Working It Out Sitcom NBC 1990
True Colors Sitcom FOX 1990–1992
Babes Sitcom FOX 1990–1991
Cop Rock Musical drama ABC 1990
Good Grief Sitcom FOX 1990–1991
The Sunday Comics Stand-up comedy FOX 1991
Drexell's Class Sitcom FOX 1991–1992
Civil Wars Legal drama ABC 1991–1993
Hot Country Nights Music variety NBC 1991–1992
Co-production with NBC Productions
Capitol Critters Animated comedy ABC 1992
Stand By Your Man Sitcom FOX 1992
Picket Fences Drama CBS 1992–1996
Rhythm & Blues Sitcom NBC 1992–1993
Dudley Sitcom CBS 1993
Co-production with CBS Entertainment Productions
The X-Files Sci-fi drama FOX 1993–2002
FOX 2016–2018
NYPD Blue Crime drama ABC 1993–2005
South Central Sitcom FOX 1994
Wild Oats Sitcom FOX 1994
The 5 Mrs. Buchanans Sitcom CBS 1994–1995
Chicago Hope Medical drama CBS 1994–2000
The Crew Sitcom FOX 1995–1996
The Preston Episodes Sitcom FOX 1995
Cleghorne! Sitcom The WB 1995
Murder One Legal drama ABC 1995–1997
Space: Above and Beyond Sci-fi drama FOX 1995–1996
The Pretender Drama NBC 1996–2000
Co-production with NBC Studios and produced until 1998 by MTM Enterprises
Relativity Drama ABC 1996–1997
Millennium Sci-fi drama FOX 1996–1999
King of the Hill Animated comedy FOX 1997–2009
Pauly Sitcom FOX 1997
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Paranormal drama The WB 1997–2001
UPN 2001–2003
The Practice Legal drama ABC 1997–2004
Temporarily Yours Sitcom CBS 1997
Silk Stalkings Crime drama USA 1997–1999
Ally McBeal Dramedy FOX 1997–2002
413 Hope St. Drama FOX 1997–1998
Nothing Sacred Drama ABC 1997–1998
The Visitor Sci-fi drama FOX 1997–1998
Dharma & Greg Sitcom ABC 1997–2002
Total Security Crime drama ABC 1997
The Magic Hour Talk Show Syndication 1998
Getting Personal Sitcom FOX 1998
That's Life Sitcom ABC 1998
Holding the Baby Sitcom FOX 1998
Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place Sitcom ABC 1998–2001
Living in Captivity Sitcom FOX 1998
Martial Law Legal drama CBS 1998–2002
Co-production with CBS Productions
Family Guy Animated comedy FOX 1999–2002
FOX 2005–present
Strange World Sci-fi drama ABC 1999
Futurama Animated comedy FOX 1999–2003
Comedy Central 2008–2013
Get Real Dramedy FOX 1999–2000
Judging Amy Legal drama CBS 1999–2005
Co-production with CBS Productions
Stark Raving Mad Sitcom ABC 1999–2000
Snoops Crime drama ABC 1999
Ally Sitcom FOX 1999
Angel Paranormal drama The WB 1999–2004
Roswell Sci-fi drama The WB 1999–2001
UPN 2001–2002
Harsh Realm Sci-fi drama FOX 1999
FX 2000
Greed Game Shows FOX 1999–2000
Titus Sitcom FOX 2000–2001
Then Came You Sitcom ABC 2000
Soul Food Drama Showtime 2000–2004
Produced until 2002 by Fox Television Studios and co-production with Paramount Television
Yes, Dear Sitcom CBS 2000–2006
Co-production with CBS Productions
Dark Angel Sci-fi drama FOX 2000–2002
FreakyLinks Science fiction / paranormal drama FOX 2000–2001
Boston Public Drama FOX 2000–2004
The Lone Gunmen Dramedy FOX 2001
Kate Brasher Drama CBS 2001
Co-production with CBS Productions
American High Reality documentary FOX 2001
PBS 2001
Inside Schwartz Sitcom NBC 2001–2002
Co-production with NBC Productions/NBC Studios
Danny Sitcom CBS 2001
Co-production with Big Ticket Television
Bob Patterson Sitcom ABC 2001
Co-production with CBS Productions
UC: Undercover Drama NBC 2001–2002
Co-production with NBC Studios
Reba Sitcom The WB 2001–2006
The CW 2006–2007
24 Action drama FOX 2001–2010
The Bernie Mac Show Sitcom FOX 2001–2006
American Family Drama PBS 2002–2004
The American Embassy Dramedy FOX 2002
Andy Richter Controls the Universe Sitcom FOX 2002–2003
Co-production with Paramount Television
Greg the Bunny Sitcom FOX 2002
Cedric the Entertainer Presents Sketch comedy FOX 2002–2003
Firefly Sci-fi drama FOX 2002
Still Standing Sitcom CBS 2002–2006
Co-production with CBS Productions
girls club Legal drama FOX 2002
A.U.S.A. Sitcom NBC 2003
Co-production with NBC Studios
Oliver Beene Sitcom FOX 2003–2004
Co-production with DreamWorks Television
The Pitts Sitcom FOX 2003
Hunter Crime drama NBC 2003
Charlie Lawrence Sitcom CBS 2003
Co-production with CBS Productions
Luis Sitcom FOX 2003
The Brotherhood of Poland, New Hampshire Drama CBS 2003
Miss Match Dramedy NBC 2003
The Lyon's Den Drama NBC 2003
Married to the Kellys Sitcom ABC 2003–2004
Tru Calling Drama FOX 2003–2005
Arrested Development Sitcom FOX 2003–2006
Netflix 2013–2019
The Simple Life Reality FOX 2003–2005
E! 2006–2007
Cracking Up Sitcom FOX 2004
Wonderfalls Fantasy dramedy FOX 2004
The Big House Sitcom ABC 2004
The Jury Crime drama FOX 2004
Co-production with HBO Independent Productions
Method & Red Sitcom FOX 2004
North Shore Drama FOX 2004
Quintuplets Sitcom FOX 2004–2005
Boston Legal Legal drama ABC 2004–2008
Point Pleasant Paranormal drama FOX 2005
American Dad Animated comedy FOX 2005–2014
TBS 2014–present
Jake in Progress Sitcom ABC 2005–2006
Stacked Sitcom FOX 2005–2006
The Inside Crime drama FOX 2005
Over There Military action drama FX 2005
Prison Break Drama FOX 2005–2009
Bones Medical drama FOX 2005–2017
Head Cases dramedy FOX 2005
How I Met Your Mother Sitcom CBS 2005–2014
Kitchen Confidential Sitcom FOX 2005
Co-production with New Line Television
My Name is Earl Comedy NBC 2005–2009
The Unit Military drama CBS 2006–2009
The Loop Comedy FOX 2006–2007
Pepper Dennis dramedy The WB 2006
Standoff Crime drama FOX 2006–2007
Vanished Drama FOX 2006
Shark Legal drama CBS 2006–2008
The 1/2 Hour News Hour News comedy Fox Reality Channel 2007
The Winner Sitcom FOX 2007
The Wedding Bells Dramedy FOX 2007
Drive Action drama FOX 2007
K-Ville Drama FOX 2007
Journeyman Sci-fi drama NBC 2007
Back to You Sitcom FOX 2007–2008
Women's Murder Club Drama ABC 2007–2008
Unhitched Sitcom FOX 2008
Miss Guided Sitcom ABC 2008
Co-production with ABC Studios
The Return of Jezebel James Comedy FOX 2008
Life on Mars Period crime drama ABC 2008–2009
Co-production with ABC Studios
Do Not Disturb Sitcom FOX 2008
The Ex List Romantic drama CBS 2008
Lie to Me Crime drama FOX 2009–2011
Dollhouse Sci-fi action drama FOX 2009–2010
Better Off Ted Sitcom ABC 2009–2010
Sit Down, Shut Up Animated comedy FOX 2009
Co-production with Sony Pictures Television
Glee Musical dramedy FOX 2009–2015
Modern Family Sitcom ABC 2009–2020
The Cleveland Show Animated comedy FOX 2009–2013
The Deep End Legal drama ABC 2010
Co-production with ABC Studios
Sons of Tucson Sitcom FOX 2010
Neighbors from Hell Animated comedy TBS 2010
Co-production with DreamWorks Television
Lone Star Drama FOX 2010
Raising Hope Sitcom FOX 2010–2014
Bob's Burgers Animated sitcom FOX 2011–present
The Chicago Code Crime drama FOX 2011
Traffic Light Sitcom FOX 2011
Chaos Action drama CBS 2011
Co-production with CBS Television Studios
Friends with Benefits Sitcom NBC 2011
The Playboy Club Period drama NBC 2011
New Girl Sitcom FOX 2011–2018
Terra Nova Adventure drama FOX 2011
Last Man Standing Sitcom ABC 2011–2017
FOX 2018–2021
American Horror Story Horror drama FX 2011–present
Allen Gregory Animated sitcom FOX 2011
Napoleon Dynamite Animated sitcom FOX 2012
The Finder Crime drama FOX 2012
Battleground Sitcom Hulu 2012
Awake Paranormal drama NBC 2012
Touch Paranormal drama FOX 2012–2013
Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23 Sitcom ABC 2012–2013
The New Normal Sitcom NBC 2012–2013
Ben and Kate Sitcom FOX 2012–2013
1600 Penn Political sitcom NBC 2012–2013
Out There Animated comedy IFC 2013
How to Live with Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life) Sitcom ABC 2013
The Goodwin Games Sitcom FOX 2013
Sleepy Hollow Fantasy crime drama FOX 2013–2017
Dads Sitcom FOX 2013–2014
The Crazy Ones Sitcom CBS 2013–2014
Back in the Game Sitcom ABC 2013
Enlisted Military sitcom FOX 2014
Mind Games Drama ABC 2014
Crisis Action drama NBC 2014
Friends with Better Lives Sitcom CBS 2014
Gang Related Action crime drama FOX 2014
Cristela Sitcom ABC 2014–2015
Empire Music drama FOX 2015–2020
Backstrom Crime drama FOX 2015
Fresh Off the Boat Sitcom ABC 2015–2020
The Last Man on Earth Sitcom FOX 2015–2018
Weird Loners Sitcom FOX 2015
The Carmichael Show Sitcom NBC 2015–2017
Co-production with Universal Television
Life in Pieces Comedy CBS 2015–2019
Minority Report Sci-fi crime drama FOX 2015
Co-production with Paramount Television
Scream Queens Comedy horror anthology FOX 2015–2016
Rosewood Detective drama FOX 2015–2017
Grandfathered Comedy FOX 2015–2016
Co-production with ABC Studios
The Grinder Comedy FOX 2015–2016
Cooper Barrett's Guide to Surviving Life Sitcom FOX 2016
Bordertown Animated comedy FOX 2016
Second Chance Sci-fi crime drama FOX 2016
Wayward Pines Thriller drama FOX 2016
Produced by FX Productions in its first season
This Is Us Drama NBC 2016–2022
Speechless Comedy ABC 2016–2019
Co-production with ABC Studios
Pitch Baseball drama FOX 2016
The Exorcist Thriller drama FOX 2016–2017
Son of Zorn Live-action/animated comedy FOX 2016–2017
Star Music drama FOX 2016–2019
The Mick Comedy FOX 2017–2018
24: Legacy Action drama FOX 2017
APB Police drama FOX 2017
Making History Comedy FOX 2017
Shots Fired Crime drama FOX 2017
The Orville Sci-fi dramedy FOX 2017–2019
Hulu 2022–present
Ghosted Comedy FOX 2017–2018
The Gifted Superhero drama FOX 2017–2019
Co-production with Marvel Television
LA to Vegas Comedy FOX 2018
9-1-1 Drama FOX 2018–2023
ABC 2024–present
The Resident Medical drama FOX 2018–2023
Single Parents Comedy ABC 2018–2020
Co-production with ABC Studios
The Cool Kids Comedy FOX 2018–2019
Co-production with FX Productions
Rel Comedy FOX 2018–2019
The Passage Thriller drama FOX 2019
Proven Innocent Legal drama FOX 2019
Bless This Mess Comedy ABC 2019–2020
Co-production with ABC Studios
What Just Happened??! with Fred Savage Hybrid comedy/talk show FOX 2019
Co-production with Fox Entertainment
Perfect Harmony Comedy NBC 2019–2020
Co-production with Universal Television
Bless the Harts Animated comedy FOX 2019–2021
Co-production with Fox Entertainment
Soundtrack Musical drama Netflix 2019
Co-production with Annapurna Television
9-1-1: Lone Star Drama FOX 2020–present
Outmatched Comedy FOX 2020
Co-production with Fox Entertainment
Duncanville Animated comedy FOX 2020–2022
Co-production with Universal Television and Fox Entertainment
Solar Opposites Animated comedy Hulu 2020–present
Central Park Animated comedy Apple TV+ 2020–2022
Love, Victor Comedy Hulu 2020–2022
Hoops Animated comedy Netflix 2020
Filthy Rich Drama FOX 2020
Co-production with Fox Entertainment
neXt Thriller drama FOX 2020
Co-production with Fox Entertainment
Big Sky Thriller drama ABC 2020–2023
Co-production with A+E Studios
The Great North Animated comedy FOX 2021–present
Co-production with Fox Entertainment
The Mysterious Benedict Society Adventure drama Disney+ 2021–2022
American Horror Stories Horror anthology FX on Hulu 2021–present
Turner & Hooch Crime dramedy Disney+ 2021
The Prince Animated comedy HBO Max 2021
Only Murders in the Building Comedy Hulu 2021–present
Doogie Kameāloha, M.D. Dramedy Disney+ 2021–2023
The Big Leap Dramedy FOX 2021
Co-production with Fox Entertainment
Ordinary Joe Drama NBC 2021–2022
Co-production with Universal Television
Our Kind of People Drama FOX 2021–2022
Co-production with Fox Entertainment
The Wonder Years Comedy ABC 2021–2023
Dopesick Drama Hulu 2021
Just Beyond Horror/comedy anthology Disney+ 2021–present
Abbott Elementary Comedy ABC 2021–present
Co-production with Warner Bros. Television
Single Drunk Female Comedy Freeform 2022–2023
The Dropout Drama Hulu 2022
Co-production with Searchlight Television
Candy True crime drama Hulu 2022
Co-production with UCP
The Old Man Drama FX 2022–present
Maggie Comedy Hulu 2022
Mike Drama Hulu 2022
Tell Me Lies Drama Hulu 2022–present
Reboot Comedy Hulu 2022
Alaska Daily Drama ABC 2022–2023
The Santa Clauses Comedy Disney+ 2022–present
Welcome to Chippendales Drama Hulu 2022–2023
Will Trent Crime drama ABC 2023–present
Not Dead Yet Comedy ABC 2023–present
The Company You Keep Drama ABC 2023
True Lies Action drama CBS 2023
History of the World, Part II Comedy Hulu 2023
Co-production with Searchlight Television
Up Here Comedy Hulu 2023
The Crossover Drama Disney+ 2023–present
American Born Chinese Comedy Disney+ 2023
Faraway Downs Drama Hulu 2023
Percy Jackson and the Olympians Fantasy drama Disney+ 2023–present
We Were the Lucky Ones Drama Hulu 2024
The Spiderwick Chronicles Fantasy adventure Roku 2024–present
Co-production with Paramount Television Studios
American Sports Story Drama FX 2024–present
Co-production with FX Productions
American Love Story Anthology FX 2024–present
Co-production with FX Productions
Interior Chinatown Drama Hulu 2024–present
Deli Boys Comedy Hulu 2024–present
Washington Black Drama Hulu 2024–present

Folded from Fox 21 Television Studios/Touchstone Television

Title Format Buyer Year(s)
American Crime Story Crime drama FX 2016–present
Co-production with FX Productions
Queen of the South Drama USA 2016–2021
Co-production with Universal Cable Productions
Genius Anthology National Geographic 2017–2021
Disney+ 2023–present
The Chi Drama Showtime 2018–present
Pose Drama FX 2018–2021
Co-production with FX Productions
Mayans M.C. Drama FX 2018–2023
Co-production with FX Productions
The Hot Zone Drama National Geographic 2019–present
Ratched Drama Netflix 2020

Miniseries / TV Movies

Title Format Buyer Year(s)
The All-American Ultra Quiz Game Shows NBC 1981


Related Pages


  1. Disney to buy 21st Century Fox assets in a deal worth more than $52 billion in stock
  2. Disney Now Expects To Complete Fox Purchase By June
  3. Disney Drops Fox Name, Will Rebrand as 20th Century Studios, Searchlight Pictures at
  4. Disney Television Studios Rebrands Its Three Units As 20th Television, ABC Signature & Touchstone Television

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