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20th Television's young half brother.

Fox Entertainment is the television production arm of Fox Corporation that was formed in 2019, following Disney's acquisition of 20th Television.

As the successor to 20th (which still produces some of the network's programming and occasionally co-produces with Fox Entertainment), Fox Entertainment produces programming for the Fox network under its normal banner as well as the "Fox Alternative Entertainment" (unscripted) and "XOF Productions" banners. Through Fox Entertainment, Fox Corporation owns the rights to a considerable amount of programming produced for the network. In the case of co-productions, the ancillary rights remain with the principal studio, but Fox owns a stake in their copyrights.

Fox Entertainment also houses animation studio Bento Box Entertainment, which they acquired on August 6, 2019. While Bento Box continues to animate Bob's Burgers (which still airs on Fox despite now being produced by Disney), they continue to operate as an independent studio.

Previously, a division of the Fox network also called Fox Entertainment handled most of the network's unscripted and reality programs. This division operated separately from 20th Television.

    Notable Live Action series produced 

    Notable animated series produced 
  • Bless the Harts (with 20th Television)
  • Duncanville (with Bento Box, 3 Arts Entertainment, 20th Television, and Universal Television)
  • The Great North (with 20th Television and Bento Box)
  • HouseBroken (with Kapital, Merman, and Bento Box, first animated series not co-produced by 20th Television)