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Subsidiary
Industry television syndication
Founded Los Angeles, California, USA (1992)
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Owner News Corporation
Parent Fox Entertainment Group
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20th Television is an American television production and syndication company that was formed in 1992 by 20th Century Fox Film Corporation, a division of the Fox Entertainment Group, part of News Corporation.

20th Television distributes almost all programming from the television production unit and its subsidiaries and the motion picture studio's output (and their own subdivisions); since sister company 20th Century Fox Television produces most of the Fox network programming, 20th Television can also be considered the network's syndication arm.

The company syndicates and/or co-syndicates product from partners such as Regency Television and Debmar-Mercury. It owns programming from other production companies, including MTM Enterprises, Metromedia Producers Corporation, Four Star Productions and select programming from New World Communications/Genesis Entertainment and Cannell Entertainment.

Titles produced and/or distributed by 20th TelevisionEdit

20th Century Fox TelevisionEdit

20th TelevisionEdit

Fox Television StudiosEdit

Regency TelevisionEdit

Ten Thirteen ProductionsEdit

Mutant Enemy ProductionsEdit

Stephen J. CannellEdit

Four StarEdit

New World TelevisionEdit

Genesis EntertainmentEdit

  • The Judge (1986-1993)
  • Real Stories of the Highway Patrol (1993-1999) (Produced by subsidiary Leap Off Productions, distributed by Genesis Entertainment (1993-1995), New World/Genesis Distribution (1995-1997), 20th Television (1997-1999))
  • Tales from the Crypt (1989-1996; WBITD handles international distribution only, but WB does handle the US DVDs)

MTM EnterprisesEdit


20th Century Fox International TelevisionEdit

20th Century Fox International Television is the international television distribution arm of Fox. It is responsible for distributing the Fox film and television library across the world (including acquired properties).

Shows distributed by other companies in USA but by Fox elsewhereEdit

External linksEdit

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