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14th Dec '17 4:20:14 AM ryanasaurus0077
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* Starting with ''Film/TheForceAwakens'', the ''Franchise/StarWars'' franchise has moved from 20th Century Fox to Walt Disney Studios after the latter's purchase of Lucasfilm Ltd. However, under the terms of the deal, Fox will retain the distribution rights to the first six films until May 2020, and will own ''Film/ANewHope'' in perpetuity. That last bit may change, however, if Disney manages to seal a deal to acquire certain of Fox's assets.

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* Starting with ''Film/TheForceAwakens'', the ''Franchise/StarWars'' franchise has moved from 20th Century Fox to Walt Disney Studios after the latter's purchase of Lucasfilm Ltd. However, under the terms of the deal, Fox will retain the distribution rights to the first six films until May 2020, and will own ''Film/ANewHope'' in perpetuity. That last bit may change, however, if Ultimately, Disney manages would get the films two years early, and acquire ''A New Hope'' outright, thanks to seal a deal to acquire certain of Fox's assets.assets set to take effect at the end of June 2018.



* The history of ''Franchise/PowerRangers'' distributors is something that requires branching out along different areas of distribution. On television, it was self-distributed by Saban at first before Fox purchased the company. Then Disney purchased the Saban library from Fox and later sold the franchise rights back to Haim Saban himself, with his new company, Saban Brands, co-distributing new installments in association with [=MarVista Entertainment=] since. The theatrical films were first handled by Fox, with Lionsgate (itself distributed on home video by Fox) taking over the film series starting with the third film. On video, [=PolyGram=] and Creator/WarnerMusicGroup, the latter then owned by Creator/WarnerBros, were the first to distribute the franchise, followed by Fox (which had already issued the first film on video), then Disney, and presently Creator/ShoutFactory and Creator/{{Lionsgate}}. Ironically, Disney could end up owning the first two movies years after unloading the franchise itself if their deal with Fox goes through.

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* The history of ''Franchise/PowerRangers'' distributors is something that requires branching out along different areas of distribution. On television, it was self-distributed by Saban at first before Fox purchased the company. Then Disney purchased the Saban library from Fox and later sold the franchise rights back to Haim Saban himself, with his new company, Saban Brands, co-distributing new installments in association with [=MarVista Entertainment=] since. The theatrical films were first handled by Fox, with Lionsgate (itself distributed on home video by Fox) taking over the film series starting with the third film. On video, [=PolyGram=] and Creator/WarnerMusicGroup, the latter then owned by Creator/WarnerBros, were the first to distribute the franchise, followed by Fox (which had already issued the first film on video), then Disney, and presently Creator/ShoutFactory and Creator/{{Lionsgate}}. Ironically, Disney could will end up owning the first two movies movies, and other Saban properties still owned by Fox, years after unloading the franchise itself if thanks to their deal with Fox goes through.acquisition of Fox's film and television assets in 2018.
11th Dec '17 9:55:54 PM Malady
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* ''Series/DaysOfOurLives'' and ''The Bold And The Beautiful'' both jumped from Creator/ChannelFive to cable channels -- ''SunsetBeach'' notwithstanding, American daytime soaps (unlike [[Series/{{Dallas}} their]] [[Series/{{Dynasty}} nighttime]] [[Series/DesperateHousewives counterparts]]) have never had much success in Britain.

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* ''Series/DaysOfOurLives'' and ''The Bold And The Beautiful'' both jumped from Creator/ChannelFive to cable channels -- ''SunsetBeach'' ''Series/SunsetBeach'' notwithstanding, American daytime soaps (unlike [[Series/{{Dallas}} their]] [[Series/{{Dynasty}} nighttime]] [[Series/DesperateHousewives counterparts]]) have never had much success in Britain.
11th Dec '17 5:36:18 PM superkeijikun
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* ''WebVideo/{{Jimquisition}}'' started out on Destructoid before being syndicated by The Escapist. Eventually, Jim Sterling left The Escapist as well to make his show completely ad-free by funding it through Patreon.
11th Dec '17 12:57:03 PM FromtheWordsofBR
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* Because of the sexual assault scandal against Harvey Weinstein, Creator/StudioCanal cancelled Creator/TheWeinsteinCompany's North American distribution of ''Film/{{Paddington}} 2'', which Creator/WarnerBros acquired for $32 million. The deal gives Warners access to the film in North America and Spain.

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* Because of the sexual assault scandal against Harvey Weinstein, Creator/StudioCanal [=StudioCanal=] cancelled Creator/TheWeinsteinCompany's North American distribution of ''Film/{{Paddington}} 2'', which Creator/WarnerBros 2'' in the wake of the sexual assault allegations against Harvey Weinstein, saying they didn't want a family film to be associated with those events. Creator/WarnerBros, who already distributed the first film in Spain, acquired the North American rights to the sequel for $32 million. The deal gives Warners access to the film in North America and Spain.million.
11th Dec '17 6:36:50 AM ryanasaurus0077
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* The history of ''Franchise/PowerRangers'' distributors is something that requires branching out along different areas of distribution. On television, it was self-distributed by Saban at first before Fox purchased the company. Then Disney purchased the Saban library from Fox and later sold the franchise rights back to Haim Saban himself, with his new company, Saban Brands, co-distributing new installments in association with [=MarVista Entertainment=] since. The theatrical films were first handled by Fox, with Lionsgate (itself distributed on home video by Fox) taking over the film series starting with the third film. On video, [=PolyGram=] and Creator/WarnerMusicGroup, the latter then owned by Creator/WarnerBros, were the first to distribute the franchise, followed by Fox (which had already issued the first film on video), then Disney, and presently Creator/ShoutFactory and Creator/{{Lionsgate}}.

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* The history of ''Franchise/PowerRangers'' distributors is something that requires branching out along different areas of distribution. On television, it was self-distributed by Saban at first before Fox purchased the company. Then Disney purchased the Saban library from Fox and later sold the franchise rights back to Haim Saban himself, with his new company, Saban Brands, co-distributing new installments in association with [=MarVista Entertainment=] since. The theatrical films were first handled by Fox, with Lionsgate (itself distributed on home video by Fox) taking over the film series starting with the third film. On video, [=PolyGram=] and Creator/WarnerMusicGroup, the latter then owned by Creator/WarnerBros, were the first to distribute the franchise, followed by Fox (which had already issued the first film on video), then Disney, and presently Creator/ShoutFactory and Creator/{{Lionsgate}}. Ironically, Disney could end up owning the first two movies years after unloading the franchise itself if their deal with Fox goes through.
10th Dec '17 5:02:12 PM nombretomado
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* ''Series/DaysOfOurLives'' and ''The Bold And The Beautiful'' both jumped from Creator/ChannelFive to cable channels -- ''SunsetBeach'' notwithstanding, American daytime soaps (unlike [[Series/{{Dallas}} their]] [[{{Dynasty}} nighttime]] [[Series/DesperateHousewives counterparts]]) have never had much success in Britain.

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* ''Series/DaysOfOurLives'' and ''The Bold And The Beautiful'' both jumped from Creator/ChannelFive to cable channels -- ''SunsetBeach'' notwithstanding, American daytime soaps (unlike [[Series/{{Dallas}} their]] [[{{Dynasty}} [[Series/{{Dynasty}} nighttime]] [[Series/DesperateHousewives counterparts]]) have never had much success in Britain.
10th Dec '17 1:45:59 PM Mdumas43073
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* The docudrama series ''The Big Story'' aired on NBC for eight seasons (194957) before moving to first-run syndication for its ninth and final season.
10th Dec '17 7:03:25 AM mimitchi33
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* ''[[WesternAnimation/VeggieTales VeggieTales On TV]]'' showed the first season and season two on the network's qubo block. 6 years after it was removed from qubo, it showed up in syndication with six episodes unaired by NBC. [[note]] However, a handful of NBC stations showed the episode "Gideon: Tuba Warrior" around the holiday season in 2007 during the middle of the day on a weekday afternoon.[[/note]]
9th Dec '17 11:53:19 AM nombretomado
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** It's sequel ''Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust'' went from Urban Vision to DiscotekMedia.

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** It's sequel ''Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust'' went from Urban Vision to DiscotekMedia.Creator/DiscotekMedia.
5th Dec '17 3:09:13 PM Mario1995
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* ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'' aired its pilot on CBS, who turned the cartoon down, then was deferred to syndication for the rest of the first season and the second, before its third and final season moved to Creator/FoxKids in Fall 1992, after which they added [[BitingTheHandHumor "The Fox network executives" as a new pair of villains]].
-->'''Buster:''' It could be worse. We could be stuck on [[{{Creator/NBC}} the Peacock Network]].



* ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'' moved from syndication to Creator/FoxKids in Fall 1992, after which they added [[BitingTheHandHumor "The Fox network executives" as a new pair of villains]].
-->'''Buster:''' It could be worse. We could be stuck on [[{{Creator/NBC}} the Peacock Network]].
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