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Fox Broadcasting Company

American commercial broadcast television network owned by the Fox Entertainment Group division of 21st Century Fox add

Category: Business (17)

Founded in 1985.

Countries: United States (71%), (9%), United Kingdom (5%)

Main connections: Prison Break, American Idol, The Mindy Project

Linked to: American Broadcasting Company, CBS, Federal Communications Commission, NBC

 

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1985

"Broadcasting", May 13, 1985, pg add something

 

In October 1985, 20th Century Fox announced its intentions to form an independent television system, a fourth television network which would compete with the three major U.S. television networks add something


1986

The WB Television Network - Entertainment appointed many former Fox network executives to run the network, including the network's original chief executive Jamie Kellner, who served as president of Fox from 1986 to 1993; and president of programming Garth Ancier, who was the programming chief of Fox from 1986 to 1989

 

The purchase of the Metromedia stations was approved by the Federal Communications Commission in March 1986; the New York and Dallas outlets were subsequently renamed WNYW and KDAF respectively add something

 

"Broadcasting", March 17, 1986, pg add something

 

In October 1986, the year of its inaugurating television service, Fox got its first official logo add something

 

Taft Broadcasting - In October 1986, WTAF-TV in Philadelphia and WCIX in Miami become charter affiliates of the Fox Broadcasting Company

 

The network's first program was a late-night talk show, "The Late Show", which debuted on October 9, 1986 with Joan Rivers as host add something

 

Rupert Murdoch - The six television stations owned by Metromedia would form the nucleus of the Fox Broadcasting Company, founded on 9 October 1986, which would go on to have great success with programmes such as "The Simpsons" and "The X-Files"


1987

After a strong start, the show quickly eroded in the ratings and by early 1987 Rivers had quit and the show was being hosted by a succession of guest hosts add something

 

"Fox News Extra" news capsules produced at WNYW and anchored by Cora-Ann Mihalik aired during network primetime from the network's launch in 1987 until about 1990 add something

 

After that point, some stations which affiliated with the network in the weeks before the April 1987 primetime launch, such as Milwaukee's WCGV-TV, signed affiliation agreements on the condition that they would not have to carry "The Late Show" due to the program's ratings weakness add something

 

On April 5, 1987 , a more familiar logo was introduced, which was based on 20th Century Fox's longtime logo with the noted difference being that the only wording in the logo was the "FOX" in capital letters add something


1988

Fox first tried its hand at a news show in primetime in 1988, with an hour-long weekly newsmagazine called "The Reporters", which was produced by the same team behind the FTSG-distributed syndicated tabloid program "A Current Affair"; this program was cancelled due to low ratings after two years add something

 

"Wilton North" lasted just a few weeks, however, and the network was unable to reach a deal with Hall to return when it hurriedly revived "The Late Show" in early 1988 add something

 

The show went back to guest hosts again, eventually selecting Ross Shafer as its permanent host, and was permanently canceled by October 1988, while Hall signed a deal with Paramount Television to develop his own syndicated late night talk show, "The Arsenio Hall Show" add something


1989

The 1989 season featured a midseason replacement series, "The Simpsons"; ranked at a three-way tie for 29th place in the Nielsen ratings, it became the first Fox series to break the Top 30 add something

 

The network did schedule programming in the 10 pm hour on Sunday nights between 1989 and 1992, but never added 10 pm programming on any other night add something

 

James L. Brooks - After the success of the shorts, the Fox Broadcasting Company in 1989 commissioned a series of half-hour episodes of the show, now called "The Simpsons"

 

Mike Reiss - In 1989, Reiss was hired along with Jean as the first members of the original writing staff of the Fox network animated series "The Simpsons"

 

Bart Simpson - In 1989, the shorts were adapted into "The Simpsons", a half-hour series airing on the Fox Broadcasting Company

 

Nancy Cartwright - In 1989, the shorts were spun off into a half-hour show on the Fox network called "The Simpsons"

 

Bart Simpson - After appearing on "The Tracey Ullman Show" for three years, the Simpson family received its own series on Fox, which debuted December 17, 1989


1990

By the mid-to-late 1990s, the call letters were minimized to be just barely readable to FCC requirements add something

 

During the early 1990s, Fox began having stations branded as "Fox", the channel number, with the call signs nearby add something

 

Fox began airing children's programming in 1990 when it launched the Fox Kids Network add something

 

Many Fox staple shows of the 1990s had ended add something

 

Notable shows that debuted in the late 1990s include the quirky dramedy "Ally McBeal" and traditional sitcom "That '70s Show", Fox's second-longest-running live-action sitcom behind "Married add something

 

Until the early 1990s, most Fox stations were still essentially independents add something

 

The X-Files - California native Chris Carter was given the opportunity to produce new shows for the Fox network in the early 1990s

 

Tony Harris (journalist) - He returned to Cleveland in the early 1990s as a weekend news anchor, again to New York, and Los Angeles , as a reporter for the Fox Network prime time newsmagazine "Front Page"

 

Captain Hook - In 1990, Fox produced the television series "Peter Pan and the Pirates", wherein Hook's costume was more early 18th century rather than the classic Charles II-Restoration period


1992

The show performed well in its new Thursday night slot, spending four seasons there and helping to launch "Martin", another Fox hit in 1992 add something

 

Rick Overton - In 1992, he landed a role in the FOX Network sketch comedy show "The Edge"


1993

Another failed attempt occurred in 1993, when Fox launched the newsmagazine "Front Page" in an attempt to capture a younger demographic for such a program, with Ron Reagan among its five hosts add something

 

In 1993, the familiar logo was given a more "hip" makeover, with the "FOX" wordmark revised, and the angle changed so that the whole logo faces the viewer head-on add something

 

The 1993 logo returned in 1996, this time without the panes underneath the network name, but leaving the searchlights and Fox wordmark add something

 

This all changed when Fox lured the National Football League away from CBS in 1993 add something

 

Gillian Anderson - She broke into mainstream television in 1993, with a guest appearance on the collegiate drama, "Class of '96", on the fledgling Fox Network

 

Animaniacs - "Animaniacs" first aired on Fox Kids from 1993 to 1995 and new episodes later appeared on The WB from 1995 to 1998 as part of its Kids' WB afternoon programming block

 

Sam Kinison - On May 23, 1993, the Fox network aired a special entitled "A Tribute to Sam Kinison"

 

September 1993 saw the heavy promotion and debut of a short-lived Western with science-fiction elements, "The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr." However, it was the Friday night show that debuted immediately following it, "The X-Files", which would find long-lasting success, and would be Fox's first series to crack Nielsen's year-end Top 20 add something

 

Animaniacs - During November 1993, KDAF, the Fox affiliate for Dallas, Texas, had a three-day transmitter failure, resulting in a blank screen instead of an episode of "Animaniacs"; during this period, about 11,000 homes were tuned to KDAF during the "Animaniacs" timeslot, which was almost double the rating of the rival KXTX-TV children's show


1994

The first was New World Communications, which had signed an affiliation deal with Fox in 1994 add something

 

"The Simpsons" returned to Sunday nights in the fall of 1994, and has been there since add something

 

New World Pictures - News Corporation became a major investor in 1994 and purchased the company outright in 1997; the alliance with News Corporation helped to cement the Fox network as the fourth major U.S. television network

 

Corey Parker (actor) - He has appeared on television shows such as "thirtysomething", "Broadway Bound", "Eddie Dodd", "Blue Skies", "The Love Boat" and "Encino Woman", and co-starred with Téa Leoni in the 1992-93 Fox sitcom "Flying Blind"

 

Mike Reiss - It was first broadcast on ABC in January 1994 and was well received by critics, For the second season of "The Critic", Brooks cut a deal with the Fox network to have the series switch over


1995

"MADtv", another sketch-comedy series that debuted in 1995, became a solid competitor to NBC's "Saturday Night Live" for over a decade and the most successful show on Saturday nights; "MADtv" ended its run in 2009 add something

 

Mad (magazine) - Beginning in 1995, Fox Broadcasting Company's "MADtv" licensed the use of the magazine's logo and characters

 

Kevin Williamson (screenwriter) - In December 1995, the show was pitched to the Fox Network, where Stupin had been an executive, but it was rejected


1996

After Fox News Channel launched in 1996, the network tried its hand at producing a newsmagazine again in 1998 with "Fox Files", hosted by Fox News anchors Catherine Crier and Jon Scott, as well as a team of correspondents; it lasted a little over a year before being cancelled add something

 

However, Fox did air a national morning show called "Fox After Breakfast" from 1996 to 1998, an hour-long program that aired at 9 a add something

 

However, the network's parent company owns the Fox News Channel, which was launched in 1996 and is now available through virtually all cable and satellite providers in the United States add something

 

Tony Snow - From 1996 to 2003, he served as the first host of "FOX News Sunday", a Sunday morning interview and roundtable program produced by Fox News, airing on affiliates of the Fox Broadcasting Company and later in the day on Fox News Channel

 

Corey Feldman - In 1996, Feldman appeared alongside his former "Stand By Me" co-star Jerry O'Connell in the episode "Electric Twister Acid Test" of the Fox Network TV series "Sliders"


1997

"King of the Hill" began in 1997; "Family Guy" and "Futurama" began in 1999 and were canceled in 2002 and 2003, respectively add something

 

Damon Wayans - From 1997 to 1998, he was the executive producer of "413 Hope St.", a short-lived drama on the FOX network starring Richard Roundtree and Jesse L. Martin

 

New World Pictures - On January 22, 1997, News Corporation completed the acquisition of New World Communications, and its television stations were placed into the Fox Television Stations division


1998

Lisa Simpson - A pay dispute erupted in 1998, during which Fox threatened to replace the six main voice actors with new actors, going as far as preparing for casting of new voices

 

Bart Simpson - During a pay dispute in 1998, Fox threatened to replace the six main voice actors with new actors, going as far as preparing for casting of new voices

 

Homer Simpson - During a pay dispute in 1998, Fox threatened to replace the six main voice actors with new actors, going as far as preparing for casting of new voices

 

Marge Simpson - During a pay dispute in 1998, Fox threatened to replace the six main voice actors with new actors, going as far as preparing to cast new voices

 

Magic Johnson - In 1998, Johnson hosted a late night talk show on the Fox network called "The Magic Hour", but the show was canceled after two months because of low ratings


1999

The current version of the logo was introduced in 1999 when the 20th Century Fox searchlights were removed completely and only the network name was visible add something

 

Kit Hoover - Hoover joined Fox News in 1999 as a correspondent for Fox Broadcasting Company's newsmagazine "FOX Files" and served as a correspondent for "The Pulse" and "Celebrity Spotlight", and co-hosted the latter

 

Party of Five - The show was the launching pad for the careers of Lacey Chabert, who later starred in the hit movie "Mean Girls"; Matthew Fox, who would later go on to star in the ABC hit "Lost"; Scott Wolf who would star in the movie "Go" and the 2009 remake of "V"; and Jacob Smith, who later starred in the "Cheaper by the Dozen" films


2000

Near the end of the 2000s, Fox launched a few series that proved to be powerful hits in different respects add something

 

Paris Barclay - In 2000, Barclay joined forces with a fellow "NYPD Blue" producers Steven Bochco and Nicholas Wootton to create "City of Angels", a medical drama with a predominantly African-American cast including Blair Underwood, Viola Davis, Octavia Spencer, Maya Rudolph, and Vivica Fox


2001

Fox is the only commercial television network to air programs in widescreen that are not available in HD; programs produced in this format were identified as being presented in "Fox High Resolution Widescreen" from 2001 to 2006, but are currently unbranded, and are now confined solely to select reality programming add something

 

Later, in 2001, Fox bought several stations owned by Chris-Craft Industries and its subsidiaries BHC Communications and United Television add something

 

Ted Nugent - Also in 2001, Nugent appeared as himself in the second episode of the short-lived university campus FOX comedy series, "Undeclared"

 

The Sound of Music (film) - In 2001 it had a one time airing on the Fox network, again in its heavily edited 140-minute version


2002

Controversy surrounded the network in 2002 and 2003 over obscenities, expressed respectively by Cher and Nicole Richie, aired live on the network's broadcasts of the Billboard Music Awards on its affiliates in the Eastern and Central Time Zones despite the use of five-second audio delays; the indecent material was edited out on broadcasts in the Mountain Time Zone and westward add something

 

Fox would abandon Fox Kids after selling the children's division and the former Fox Family Channel to The Walt Disney Company in 2002 and sell the four hours of Saturday morning time to 4Kids Entertainment add something

 

The X-Files - On May 19, 2002, the series finale aired and the Fox network confirmed that "The X-Files" was over


2003

Doctor Who - Doctor Who Magazine Eighth Doctor Special, Panini Comics 2003 Segal's negotiations eventually led to a "Doctor Who" television film, broadcast on the Fox Network in 1996 as a co-production between Fox, Universal Pictures, the & BBC and BBC Worldwide

 

Steve Buscemi - In 2003, Buscemi made a brief celebrity guest appearance as himself on the long-running Fox animated television show "The Simpsons" in the episode "Brake My Wife, Please"


2004

As the FCC was investigating the broadcasts, in 2004, Fox announced that it would begin extending live broadcast delays to 5 minutes from its standard 5 or 10 seconds to more easily be able to edit out obscenities uttered over the air add something

 

Prior to the launch of its HD feed in 2004, some sitcoms and drama series were presented in this format, but now reality, talk, and game shows are only presented in the enhanced definition widescreen mode add something

 

House (TV series) - In 2004, David Shore and Paul Attanasio, along with Attanasio's business partner Katie Jacobs, pitched the show to Fox as a " Jacobs has said that this stipulation was one of the many influences that led to the show's ultimate form

 

Emmanuelle Vaugier - In 2004, Vaugier played Lindsey Kellogg on the short-lived Fox Television series "North Shore"

 

List of Arrested Development characters - In "Arrested Development: Season 1- Disc One", Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, Inc., 2004

 

List of Arrested Development characters - " In "Arrested Development: Season 1- Disc One", Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, Inc., 2004

 

Fox began broadcasting in HDTV in 720p on September 12, 2004 with a series of NFL football games add something

 

House (TV series) - "'House"' is an American television medical drama that originally ran on the Fox network for eight seasons, from November 16, 2004 to May 21, 2012


2005

FOX Bulgaria will join the collection of television channels in the distribution company Fox International Channels, which is present in Bulgaria markets since 2005 add something

 

FOX Serbia will join the collection of television channels in the distribution company Fox International Channels, which is present in Serbia markets since 2005 add something

 

However, the network commissioned new episodes of "Family Guy" that began in 2005 due to strong DVD sales and highly rated cable reruns on Adult Swim of Cartoon Network add something

 

Bryan Adams - Also in 2005, Adams re-recorded the theme song for the second season of Pamela's Fox sitcom "Stacked"

 

McFarlane Toys - In 2005, McFarlane acquired the rights to produce figures based on the popular Fox TV series "The Simpsons"

 

Todd McFarlane - In January 2005, McFarlane announced that he was set to produce a half-hour anthology television series for Fox called "Twisted Tales", based on the Bruce Jones' comic book to which McFarlane had purchased the rights

 

Fox hit a milestone in February 2005 by scoring its first-ever sweeps victory among all viewers add something

 

The "Animation Domination" block debuted on May 1, 2005 add something

 

The WB Television Network - With Cartoon Network now outrating Fox Kids and The WB sharing more of its children's programming with the cable channel, The WB announced on May 31, 2005 that it would discontinue Kids' WB's weekday afternoon block, as it became financially unattractive as broadcast stations began to exclusively target a more adult audience with talk shows and sitcom reruns during afternoon timeslots, figuring that children's viewing options in that time period had gravitated more towards cable television


2006

Starting in 2006, more standardization of the O&Os began to take place both on the air and online add something

 

Kurt Browning - He appeared in the 2006 Fox television program "Skating with Celebrities"

 

Travis Wall - He is best known for his 2006 appearance as a competitor on the second season of the television show "So You Think You Can Dance", which airs on the Fox Network

 

Ming-Na - Her next TV role was an FBI agent in the Fox kidnap drama series "Vanished", which premiered in the fall of 2006 was canceled roughly three months later

 

David McNally (director) - In 2006, he co-created the short-lived Fox legal drama "Justice", serving as writer and executive producer

 

Debbie Gibson - In January 2006, she joined the cast of "Skating with Celebrities" on Fox Television, partnered with former Canadian World Champion figure skater Kurt Browning

 

Malcolm in the Middle - On January 13, 2006, Fox announced that the show would be moving to 7:00 pm on Sundays effective January 29, 2006

 

Malcolm in the Middle - On January 17, 2006, Fox announced the cancellation of the series, with the 151st and final episode airing at 8:30 pm ET/PT on May 14, 2006

 

Lauren Weisberger - In October 2006, Fox television acquired the television rights to the book, and a television series of the same name had been expected to be developed by Fox in 2007

 

Nathan Fillion - In October 2006, Fillion signed a talent holding contract with the Fox Broadcasting Company, and in December 2006, "The Hollywood Reporter" confirmed that Fillion was cast as Alex Tully in the series "Drive", which debuted on Fox in the spring of 2007

 

All American Direct - Since December 2006, AllAmericanDirect.com has offered ABC, NBC, CBS, and FOX as part of its Distant Network Package subscription service


2007

From 2007 to 2010, Fox aired the Bowl Championship Series college football games, except for the Rose Bowl, which remained on ABC. The package included the BCS Championship Game, except in 2010 when the game was played at the Rose Bowl add something

 

Gabriel Iglesias - In 2007, Iglesias voiced an entire Mexican family in "Padre de Familia", a sixth season episode of the Fox TV animated comedy "Family Guy"

 

Michael Shanks - In 2007, Shanks joined the Fox Network series "24", guest-starring as lobbyist Mark Bishop in a three-episode arc for season 6

 

New World Pictures - Stations formerly owned by New World and still owned by Fox, the copyright for the stations have been either "New World Communications of " or "NW Communications of " except between 2007 and June 2009

 

Malcolm in the Middle - The show entered barter syndication one month before the sixth season premiered on Fox and was later aired on &FX (FX_(TV_channel)) in the fall of 2007 until the fall of 2010

 

On January 22, 2007, Fox premiered "The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet" , on its owned-and-operated stations add something

 

In February 2007, the show was syndicated to many stations affiliated with ABC, NBC, and CBS in markets where it was not carried by a Fox or MyNetworkTV affiliate; it was cancelled in June 2009 add something

 

Fox Turkey, Started on February 24, 2007 add something

 

"Fortune": March 19, 2007 add something

 

"The New York Times": June 5, 2007 The U.S. Supreme Court granted certiorari and oral arguments in FCC v add something

 

Jamey Johnson - Johnson was part of the Fox TV television series "Nashville", which was cancelled after two episodes in September 2007


2008

In 2008, "Fringe" debuted to high ratings and critical acclaim during its first season on Tuesdays; though its viewership declined through its run, the series has developed a large loyal fanbase/cult following that had turned the show into a cult television show add something

 

The searchlights were still seen in &FX (FX_(TV_channel))'s logo until a rebranding effort in 2008 add something

 

Trini Alvarado - Most recently, she played the role of Samantha Loeb in the Fox TV sci-fi drama "Fringe", appearing in two episodes in 2008 and 2009

 

Fox (India) - On 2 April 2008 in New Delhi, Fox International Channels announced that Fox channels would be entering into India

 

The X-Files - For the second film, Snow recorded with the Hollywood Studio Symphony in May 2008 at the Newman Scoring Stage at 20th Century Fox in Century City

 

Another milestone came on May 21, 2008, Fox took the No.1 general households rating crown for the first time, based on the strength of Super Bowl XLII and "American Idol" add something

 

"MADtv" was produced to air only in 4:3 until September 2008, likely due to a mix of stations airing the show at differing times than the mandated 11 pm timeslot and unable to offer it on the live air in 16:9, and the show's producers not making the switch to the format add something


2009

In 2009, Fox launched "Glee" to average ratings but positive reception from critics add something

 

Nikolaj Coster-Waldau - He appeared as Frank Pike in the 2009 Fox television film "Virtuality", which was originally intended as a pilot

 

Fox Telecolombia - In 2009 Fox produced "Mental", the first American TV series produced in Latin America for international markets

 

Queen (band) - In the autumn of 2009, the Fox television show "Glee" featured the fictional high school's show choir singing "Somebody to Love" as their second act performance in the episode The Rhodes Not Taken

 

Two hours of the Saturday block have been given back to their affiliates for Saturday morning newscasts or affiliate purchased E/I programming on January 3, 2009, while the latter two hours became a network-managed infomercial block called "Weekend Marketplace" add something

 

Analog broadcasting on Fox largely ended on June 12, 2009 as part of the transition to digital television add something


2010

At the close of the decade and the start of the 2010s, new comedies "Raising Hope" and "New Girl" gave Fox its first ratings successes in live-action comedy in years add something

 

Fox Crime - Fox Crime HD was launched in Asia in May, 2010 via AsiaSat 5, in Latvia it was launched along with Fox Life and National Geographic Channel on October 1, 2011

 

Peter Serafinowicz - In 2010, he co-starred with Will Arnett in the FOX sitcom "Running Wilde", devised by "Arrested Development" creator Mitchell Hurwitz

 

Dallas Police Department - The Dallas Police Department is portrayed in the 2010 Fox drama series, "The Good Guys", and the 2010 TLC reality TV series, "Police Women of Dallas"

 

Glee (TV series) - On January 11, 2010, it was announced that Fox had commissioned a second season of the show

 

Chi McBride - The show premiered on January 17, 2010, on the Fox Broadcasting Company

 

Rachael Leigh Cook - In February 2010, Cook signed on as the female lead in Fox TV's comedy pilot "Nirvana"

 

Red Dead Redemption - In North America, the television network Fox presented "'Red Dead Redemption: The Man from Blackwater"', a half-hour machinima short film on May 29, 2010

 

The final network show to convert to HD was "Family Guy" beginning with their September 26, 2010 episode add something


2011

Jimmy Iovine - From 2011 to 2013 Iovine was a mentor on Fox's "American Idol

 

Bryan Adams - He photographed Michael J. Fox and Tatjana Patitz in the 2011 Carl Zeiss AG company calendar in New York City in the summer of 2010

 

Nexstar Broadcasting Group - In 2011, Nexstar and Fox entered into a dispute over terms of reverse compensation; this occurred as Fox began to aggressively seek shares of earnings from retransmission consent agreements with cable and satellite operators as part of affiliation agreement renewals between station groups with affiliates whose affiliation contracts already expired or were near expiration

 

Steven E. de Souza - In 2011, he teamed with "Family Guy" director Pete Michels for the Fox Network animated pilot "Spyburbia

 

Glee (TV series) - The show was chosen by Fox to fill the coveted timeslot that followed the network's coverage of Super Bowl XLV in 2011

 

"America's Most Wanted" ended its 23 year run on Fox in June 2011 add something

 

Prudential Center - In June 2011, it played host to the Newark audition stages in the first season of the Fox talent search program The X Factor

 

In August 2011, Fox and mixed martial arts promotion Ultimate Fighting Championship reached a multi-year deal add something

 

Ultimate Fighting Championship - With the announcement of UFC's partnership with Fox in August 2011, The Ultimate Fighter which entered its 14th season in that September, has moved to the &FX (FX_(TV_channel)) network and air on Friday nights starting with season 15 in the Spring of 2012

 

Fake Empire Productions - On September 30, 2011, it was reported that Fake Empire had sold a half-hour comedy pilot script to FOX

 

Texts From Last Night - Deadline.com reported in October 2011 that a new comedy television series based on the blog is in development at Fox, with "Ugly Betty" developer Silvio Horta at the helm

 

DirecTV - On October 19, 2011, DirecTV informed its customers it may remove the News Corporation-owned channels &FX (FX_(TV_channel)), National Geographic Channel, Speed, MundoFox, Fuel TV, Fox Soccer, Fox Soccer Plus, Fox Movie Channel, Fox Deportes, BabyTV and the 19 Fox Sports Net channels on November 1 if a new carriage agreement wasn't reached by that date


2012

Tim Kring - The series premiered on January 25, 2012, on Fox but was cancelled after two seasons, on May 9th, 2013

 

Marvel Television - By April 2012, Marvel TV had four shows in development: the Hulk project and "AKA Jessica Jones" for ABC, "Cloak and Dagger" for ABC Family, "The Punisher" for Fox and "Mockingbird"

 

On 1 October 2012, &FX (FX_(TV_channel)) was rebranded as FOX in Greece and Cyprus add something

 

Start airing in Latvia on October 1, 2012 add something

 

On October 15, 2012 the FOX Serbia channel started airing in Serbia add something


2013

Also ran by Fox International Channels Greece: FOX, FOX Life, NatGeo , NatGeo Wild , NatGeo Adventure and Baby TV. In 2013 Senior Vice President of FOX International Channels Southeast Europe, Adam Theiler announce the creation of a new channel dedicated to cooking with local productions, the production of local documentaries and the HD development for FOX & FOXlife, because of the success of FOX International Channels in Greece add something

 

Fox started airing in the Netherlands on 19 August, 2013 add something

 

Blake Anderson - He recently was in featured in the 2013 Fox produced movie, Epic, as he voiced the character of Dagda

 

Glenn Gordon Caron - In 2013, Caron wrote a pilot for a 2014 Fox television series titled "The Middle Man"

 

Michael Schur - With Daniel J. Goor, Schur created the Fox comedy "Brooklyn Nine-Nine", which premiered in fall 2013

 

On January 11, 2013, &FX (FX_(TV_channel)) was rebranded as Fox in the United Kingdom and Ireland add something

 

The Following - "'The Following"' is an American television drama series which premiered on Fox on January 21, 2013, about an FBI agent trying to catch a serial killer and his murderous cult

 

As of March 2013, 68 stations aligned with Fox produce their own local news programming through news departments run by the stations add something

 

The largest Fox affiliate by market size that had no news programming at all until April 2013 was WUTV/Buffalo, a Sinclair station which long opted to air only syndicated programming instead of investing in a news department or contracting news programming to another Buffalo area station, as it is within range of the Toronto market and features advertising targeted at Southern Ontario viewers, as well as due to the large number of Buffalo, Hamilton and Toronto area stations already producing local newscasts add something

 

Jessica Szohr - However, it was reported on May 8, 2013 that Fox had passed on the pilot

 

Edward Snowden - On June 17, 2013, Snowden's father spoke in an interview on Fox TV, expressing concern about misinformation in the media regarding his son

 

Shane Salerno - On August 1, 2013, "Deadline Hollywood", "Variety", "The Hollywood Reporter", and many other publications reported that 20th Century Fox and James Cameron would be making three sequels to "Avatar" and that Shane Salerno had been hired to co-write one of those sequels with Cameron: "Building upon the world we created with "Avatar" has been a rare and incredibly rewarding experience

 

A local version of Fox launched in the Netherlands on August 19, 2013 add something

 

As of September 2013, 68 stations aligned with Fox produce their own local news programming through news departments run by the stations add something

 

Hulu - The vacant CEO post was officially filled by former Fox Networks President Mike Hopkins on October 17, 2013

 

Stacy Keach - In November 2013, Keach appeared on the Fox comedy series "Brooklyn Nine-Nine"


2014

Kid Cudi - Kid Cudi is set to appear in the upcoming 2014 "Need for Speed" film, and has made appearances on television shows such as "One Tree Hill", "The Cleveland Show" and in the new Fox series "Brooklyn Nine-Nine"

 

Craig Brewer - The pilot was not picked up by FOX. In January 2014, Brewer signed a deal with Paramount Television to executive produce, write and direct two TV drama pilots

 

On January 13, 2014, Fox annouced they will abandon the pilot system, thus dropping it's pilot season add something

 

As of March 2014, 69 stations aligned with Fox produce their own local news programming through news departments run by the stations add something

 

Kate Mara - On March 14, 2014 it was reported that Fox has removed Kate Mara as The Invisible Woman

 

In May 2014, Kevin Reilly announced his resignation as chairman of Fox. In July of that year that the operations of the network and 20th Century Fox Television will be merged into a new company, "'Fox Television Group"' add something

 

Seth MacFarlane - On May 7, 2014, Fox canceled the series after only one season

 

A domestic version of Fox debuted in Sweden on September 22, 2014 add something

 

As of November 2014, the block continues to run without new continuity add something

 

Fox continues to air the block as of December 2014 without new programming add something


2015

A domestic version of Fox debuted in Flanders, the Dutch speaking part of Belgium on October 1, 2015 add something


2016

Beginning on March 14, 2016, the standard Fox logo w/hashtag is now used on all programming add something

 

Until March 14, 2016, the network did not display a on-screen logo graphic on the bottom-right corner of the screen, outside of a ten-second sweep of a "Fox HD" promotional logo ; instead a trigger in Fox's program delivery system at each station displayed the logo bug of an owned-and-operated or affiliate station in the right-hand corner of the 16:9 screen frame, which disappeared during commercial breaks add something

 

On May 17, 2016, the network aired an interview special with Fox News primetime anchor Megyn Kelly, "Megyn Kelly Presents" add something


2017

Fox is set to live broadcast the Super Bowl LI on February 2017, the first Super Bowl after its golden anniversary aired on CBS. add something

 

A domestic version of Fox debuted in Romania on August 1, 2017 add something

 

A domestic version of Fox debuted in Romania on September 17, 2017 add something


2018

On May 12, 2018 Fox caused massive online protests against their decision to cancel the DC-comic based drama "Lucifer" after the third season add something

 

In August 2018, network chiefs stated that Fox would focus on co-ownership of series from "independent" studios such as Lionsgate and Sony Pictures Television, whom they felt were at a disadvantage due to other major networks' increased use of in-house studios due to vertical integration add something

 

Chairman - AMC president Charlie Collier succeeded Gary Newman as chairman and CEO of the network on November 1, 2018 add something


2019

The start of 2019 saw the premiere of "The Masked Singer", a new music competition series based on a South Korean format add something

 

With the completion of Disney's purchase the next day, the "New Fox" entity, officially named $Fox (Fox_(UK_and_Ireland)) Corporation, formally began trading on March 19, 2019 add something