Disney Unveils New Logo For 20th Century Fox

It’s truly the end of an era. 

The 20th Century Fox Television logo, which was seen at the end of every episode of The SimpsonsModern FamilyAmerican DadKing of the HillBuffy the Vampire Slayer, and other programming for many years, is now done. 

After almost 18 months since Disney finalized its deal to acquire Fox film and television properties, 20th Century Fox Television will drop both the “Century” and “Fox” from its title to be named from here on out as 20th Television. 

Disney recently shared the new title card. Check it out below!

The deal also has many other changes, including ABC Studios folding into ABC Signature and Touchstone Television re-emerging from what used to be Fox 21 Television Studio. These are to make clear that Disney properties are not related to Fox Corporation, which still owns Fox News, Fox Sports, and Fox Entertainment.

“Our new studio names and logos mark a new day for ABC Signature, 20th Television, and Touchstone Television while honoring their rich histories and the creative power of The Walt Disney Company,” Disney Television Studios President Craig Hunegs said in a statement. 

Well, it’s a big change… but if this is what it takes to keep the entertainment industry flourishing, we’re all for it.