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Fox Corporation, here we come!

"WHOO-HOO! Goodbye Disney!" - Homer Simpson

Homer Simpson's reaction of Disney selling 20th Century Fox and 21st Century Fox assets to Fox Corporation

Homer Simpson's reaction of Disney selling 20th Century Fox and 21st Century Fox assets to Fox Corporation

After just few years, Disney finally decided to sell 20th Century Fox and 21st Century Fox assets, to fix the future of Hollywood.

What Happens When Disney Sells Fox?Edit

When Disney sells 20th Century Fox and 21st Century Fox assets, all six mass multimedia companies can do great things.

The Walt Disney CompanyEdit

  1. Disney decided to acquire both companies, The Jim Henson Company and Hyperion Pictures (with its animation division, Hyperion Animation Company, Inc.).
  2. When Disney sells Fox, Walt Disney Television brought back its name, Disney-ABC Television Group.
  3. When Disney sells Fox, Disney decided to relaunch its all-animation channel, Toon Disney, this time as a 24-hour commercial-free TV network. Since Toon Disney was a commercial success as a cable network, Disney quickly added Toon Disney to broadcast television, as a digital subchannel network.
  4. When Disney sells Fox, Disney decided to launch its commercial-free TV channel, Disney Channel Plus.
  5. When Disney sells Fox, Disney decided to launch its premium movie channel, Disney Movie Network.
  6. When Disney sells Fox, the streaming service, Disney+ decided to remove Fox-related shows and films, as well as the programs from National Geographic. It also adding 16 new contents: ABC-TV, Toon Disney, Disney Preschool, Disneynature, Jim Henson, Hyperion Pictures, Disney Channel, Disney XD, ABC News Archives, ABC Sports Archives, ESPN Classics, Disney's ABC Kids!, Touchstone, The Muppets, Vault Disney and Freeform.
  7. When Disney sells Fox, American Broadcasting Company (ABC-TV) decided to relaunch its children's programming block, Disney's ABC Kids!, replacing Litton Entertainment-produced block Litton's Weekend Adventure. It airing weekdays from 6 to 7am and 3 to 5pm, and Saturday mornings from 7am to Noon. The first program to air on the revived Disney's ABC Kids! was The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss.
  8. When Disney sells Fox, Disney decided to launch its three new digital subchannels, ABC Funny, Disney Channel Replay and ESPN Classics.
  9. When Disney sells Fox, Disney Channel decided to revive its 1997 logo.
  10. When Disney sells Fox, Disney XD was drifted to children's comedy-oriented programming, receiving its new slogan, "Extremely Funny".
  11. Since Disney XD became children's comedy-oriented network, Disney decided to launch children's action-oriented channel called, Disney XA.
  12. When Disney XD discontinued the D | XP programming block, and became children's 24-hour comedy-oriented channel, Disney decided to relaunch G4, a cable TV network network dedicated to video games.
  13. When Disney sells Fox, Disney's 24-hour preschool-oriented network, Disney Junior, was relaunched as Disney Preschool Network
  14. When Disney sells Fox, Disney Channel's preschool block, Disney Junior, was renamed Playhouse Disney, and it aired every weekday morning from 9am to 2pm.
  15. When Disney sells Fox, ABC-TV will receive its official mascot: Roger Rabbit, the most popular from the feature film, Who Framed Roger Rabbit?.
  16. When Disney sells Fox, Disney decided to revive DisneyToon Studios.
  17. When Disney sells Fox, Disney decided to revive Touchstone Pictures.
  18. When Disney sells Fox, Disney decided to acquire the film rights to X-Men, Daredevil, Elektra, Fantastic Four, The Punisher, Ghost Rider, Spider-Man, Blade and Howard the Duck.
  19. When Disney sells Fox, Disney decided to relaunch its video game company, under the name of Disney Game Studios.
  20. When Disney sells Fox, Disney decided to relaunch its digital subchannel network, Live Well Network.
  21. When Disney sells Fox, Disney decided to acquire Total Television properties (including King Leonardo and His Short Subjects, Tennessee Tuxedo and His Tales and Underdog).
  22. When Disney sells Fox, Disney decided to acquire the USA rights to the Mariana Caltabiano properties (including Zuzubalândia and Gui & Estopa).
  23. When Disney sells Fox, Disney decided to acquire the Fleischer Studios library (excluding Popeye and Superman), as well as one-shot Paramount cartoons from 1943 to 1967. It also acquired the Honey Halfwitch character.
  24. When Disney sells Fox, Disney decided to acquire two 1960s animated TV programs, The Funny Company and Linus the Lionhearted.
  25. When Disney sells Fox, Disney decided to acquire the Inspector Gadget franchise.
  26. When Disney sells Fox, Disney decided to acquire the Battletoads franchise, to become a media franchise.
  27. When Disney sells Fox, Disney decided to acquire the USA rights to the Kiddinx properties (Bibi Blocksberg, Bibi and Tina and Benjamin the Elephant).
  28. When Disney sells Fox, Disney Vacation Club revive its original 1996 logo.
  29. When Disney sells Fox, Disneyland Resort revive its original 2001 logo.
  30. When Disney sells Fox, Disney's California Adventure revive its original 2001 logo.
  31. When Disney sells Fox, Radio Disney revive its original 1996 logo.
  32. When Disney sells Fox, the new American comic book publishing, Dupuis USA, was launched, as a joint-venture between Disney and Dupuis.

Fox CorporationEdit

  1. Fox Corporation happily decided to acquired 20th Century Fox and 21st Century Fox assets, becoming a mass multimedia company.
  2. When Fox Corporation acquired 20th Century Fox and 21st Century Fox assets, Fox Corporation decided to launch its film distributor, Fox Entertainment Films.
  3. When Fox Corporation acquired 20th Century Fox and 21st Century Fox assets, Fox Corporation decided to revive Fox Kids, as its family entertainment label.
  4. When Fox Corporation acquired 20th Century Fox and 21st Century Fox assets, Fox Corporation decided to acquired the Terrytoons cartoon library.
  5. When Fox Corporation acquired 20th Century Fox and 21st Century Fox assets, Fox Corporation decided to acquired Fox Networks Group.
  6. When Fox Corporation acquired Fox Networks Group, Fox Corporation decided to acquired FX Networks.
  7. When Fox Corporation acquired 20th Century Fox and 21st Century Fox assets, Fox Corporation decided to acquired National Group Partners.
  8. When Fox Corporation acquired 20th Century Fox and 21st Century Fox assets, Fox Corporation decided to relaunch its video game company Fox Interactive.
  9. When Fox Corporation acquired 20th Century Fox and 21st Century Fox assets, Fox Corporation decided to acquired Star India.
  10. When Fox Corporation acquired Fox Networks Group, Fox Corporation decided to acquired Fox Networks Group Asia Pacific Limited.
  11. When Fox Corporation acquired Star India, Fox Corporation decided to relaunch Star Select.
  12. When Fox Corporation acquired Fox Networks Group, Fox Networks Group decided to relaunch its English-language network, Fox Reality Channel, replacing the Spanish-language network, Net Geo Mundo.
  13. When Fox Corporation acquired Fox Networks Group, FX Networks decided to launch its new cable channel, FX Retro.
  14. When Fox Corporation acquired 20th Century Fox and 21st Century Fox assets, Fox Corporation decided to acquired Endemol Shine Group.
  15. Fox Corporation decided to launch its streaming service, Fox X.
  16. When Fox Corporation acquired Fox Networks Group, Fox Networks Group's cable network, FX, decided to revive its 1997 logo.
  17. When Fox Corporation acquired Fox Networks Group, FX Networks' movie channel FX Movie Channel will run without commercial interruptions.
  18. When Fox Corporation acquired Fox Networks Group, Fox Sports decided to revive its 1999 logo.
  19. When Fox Corporation acquired Fox Networks Group, Fox College Sports decided to revive its original 2004 logo.
  20. All of the Fox-related shows, which are originally Disney+ original programs, are moved to Netflix, as Netflix-exclusive shows.
  21. The first 30 seasons of The Simpsons are moved to several streaming services around the world, including Netflix, Hulu, Apple TV+ and Amazon Prime.
  22. When Fox Corporation acquired the Terrytoons library, the Fox Broadcasting Company decided to launch its Saturday morning cartoon block, Fox Toons.
  23. When Fox Corporation acquired the Terrytoons library, FX Networks decided to launch its children's cable network, FX Family.

NBCUniversalEdit

  1. NBCUniversal decided to relaunch the children's programming block on NBC-TV, called NBC Kids, this time aimed to pre-teens and young teens, replacing Litton-produced block, The More You Know. It airing Saturday mornings from 7am to noon, Sunday mornings from 10am to noon and Weekday afternoons from 3 to 5pm. The first program for the relaunched NBC Kids block was "The New Woody Woodpecker Show".
  2. NBCUniversal decided to acquire Starz, Inc., to revive the original 1994 Starz! logo.
  3. NBCUniversal acquired Starz, Inc., some Starz! premium channel received new names: Starz Encore Action becomes Action Starz!, Starz Encore Suspense becomes Mystery Starz!, Starz Encore Classics becomes Starz! Love Stories, Starz Encore Black becomes Starz! True Stories & Drama, Starz Encore Westerns becomes Starz! Westerns and Starz Encore Family becomes Cartoon Starz!. In fact, three Starz! premium channel revived its names: Starz Edge becomes Starz! Theater, Starz in Black becomes Black Starz! and Starz Kids & Family becomes Starz! Family.
  4. When the 1994 Starz! logo was revived, the 1997 MoviePlex logo was revived.
  5. With the rebirth of 3D television in North America, NBCUniversal decided to launch its 3D TV channel, Starz! 3D.
  6. With the rebirth of 3D television in North America, Comcast decided to relaunch its 3D TV channel, Xfinity 3D.
  7. NBCUniversal decided to relaunch the children's programming block on USA Network, called USA Cartoon Express, this time as a morning programming block, which was programmed by DreamWorks Animation SKG. It aired weekdays from 6 to 9 am, and weekends from 8am to noon.
  8. The Universal Kids preschool block will run every weekday morning from 9am to 2pm.
  9. NBCUniversal decided to acquire the Bozo the Clown character.
  10. USA Network decided to revive its 1999 logo.
  11. E! decided to revive its original 1990 logo.
  12. Bravo decided to revive its 1999 logo.
  13. Oxygen decided to return its lifestyle and entertainment programming, reviving its original 2000 logo.
  14. The Golf Channel decided to revive its original 1995 logo.
  15. MSNBC decided to revive its original 1996 logo.
  16. NBCUniversal decided to acquire the video game company, Activision.
  17. Universal Studios Hollywood decided to revive its 1988 logo.
  18. Universal Orlando Resort decided to revive its original 1990 logo.
  19. Universal Studios Florida decided to revive its original 1990 logo.
  20. Universal CityWalk decided to revive its 1999 logo.

WarnerMediaEdit

  1. When The CW got split into two, WarnerMedia decided to relaunch its broadcasting TV network, called The WB Television Network.
  2. When The WB Television Network was relaunched, HBO 2 decided to revive its 1993 logo.
  3. When The WB Television Network was relaunched, HBO Comedy decided to revive its original 1999 logo.
  4. When The WB Television Network was relaunched, HBO Family decided to revive its 1998 logo.
  5. When The WB Television Network was relaunched, HBO Latino was relaunched as HBO Theater.
  6. When The WB Television Network was relaunched, HBO Signature decided to revive its 1998 logo.
  7. When The WB Television Network was relaunched, HBO Zone decided to revive its original 2000 logo.
  8. With the rebirth of 3D television in North America, HBO decided to launch its 3D TV channel, HBO 3D.
  9. When The WB Television Network was relaunched, Cinemax decided to revive its 1997 logo.
  10. When The WB Television Network was relaunched, MoreMax decided to revive its 1997 logo.
  11. When The WB Television Network was relaunched, 5StarMax decided to revive its 2001 logo.
  12. When The WB Television Network was relaunched, ActionMax decided to revive its 1998 logo.
  13. When The WB Television Network was relaunched, Cinemáx was relaunched as @Max.
  14. When The WB Television Network was relaunched, Moviemax was relaunched as WMax.
  15. When The WB Television Network was relaunched, OuterMax decided to revive its 2001 logo.
  16. When The WB Television Network was relaunched, ThrillerMax decided to revive its 1998 logo.
  17. When The WB Television Network was relaunched, the Cartoon Network returned to its 24-hour service, reviving its original 1992 logo.
  18. When The WB Television Network was relaunched, TBS decided to revive its 1994 logo.
  19. When The WB Television Network was relaunched, TNT decided to revive its 1995 logo.
  20. When The WB Television Network was relaunched, HLN was relaunched as CNN Headline News, reviving its 1997 logo.
  21. When The WB Television Network was relaunched, Boomerang was relaunched as The WB Family.
  22. When The WB Television Network was relaunched, HBO Max was renamed The WB Max.
  23. DC Entertainment decided to revive its 1976 logo.

ViacomCBSEdit

  1. Comedy Central decided to revive its 1997 logo, receiving its new slogan "Think Funny".
  2. TV Land decided to return to its "signature" classic television programming, reviving its original 1996 logo.
  3. BET decided to revive its 1993 logo.
  4. CMT decided to revive its 1991 logo.
  5. MTV decided to revive its original 1981 logo.
  6. VH1 decided to revive its 1994 logo.
  7. When The CW got split into two, Viacom Media Networks decided to launch its broadcasting TV network, called United Paramount Network, officially known as UPN.
  8. When UPN was relaunched, Paramount Network was relaunched as Paramount Cable Network.
  9. Viacom decided to acquire four King Features properties, Popeye, Krazy Kat, Dennis the Menace and Little Iodine.
  10. Viacom decided to acquire the Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi series.
  11. Nickelodeon decided to its new 24-hour network, called Nickelodeon X.

Sony PicturesEdit

  1. Sony Pictures decided to launch its broadcasting TV network, called Sony Broadcasting Network, officially known as SBN.
  2. Sony Pictures decided to launch its four US cable networks, The Sony Channel, the sports-oriented Sony Turbo, the comedy-oriented Sony X and the all-music video network Sony Songs.
  3. With the rebirth of 3D television in North America, Sony Pictures decided to launch its 3D TV channel, 3net.
  4. Sony Pictures decided to launch the US version of its Indian children's TV network Sony Yay!, called Sony Kids.
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