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|Formerly||Fox Digital Studio (2008–2013)|
Zero Day Fox (2013–2020)
|Headquarters||Century City, California, United States|
Number of employees
|Parent||20th Century Studios|
(The Walt Disney Studios)
|Footnotes / references|
20th Digital Studio (formerly known as Fox Digital Studio from 2008 to 2013 and Zero Day Fox from 2013 to 2020) is an American web series and web films production and distribution company which was founded and owned by 20th Century Studios, Their focus has evolved to funding and producing short-form genre content by new filmmakers from the digital and film festival worlds. It was established in 2008.
It has produced web series such as Vin Diesel's The Ropes, Wolfpack of Reseda, Let's Big Happy, Suit Up, Bad Samaritans, and Suit Up 2, as well as films like Shotgun Wedding. Suit Up, starring Marc Evan Jackson, is the first of the studio's shows to be picked up for a second season. It was produced in partnership with DirecTV.
- The Ropes (2011)
- Wolfpack of Reseda (2012)
- Let's Big Happy (2012)
- Suit Up (2012)
- Bad Samaritans (2013)
- Suit Up 2 (2014)
- Phenoms (2018)
- Small Shots (2018)
The original Fox Digital Studio logo was created in 2007 by UK-based motion graphics and 3D artist Robert Holtby. As of 2013 Holtby updated the logo to reflect the new Fox Digital Studio rebranding, as "Zero Day Fox" and to move it more in line with the other 20th Century Fox logos created by Blue Sky Studios.
The current 20th Digital Studio logo was made in line with 20th Television's logo, following Disney's removal of the "Fox" brand from the 21st Century Fox assets acquired in 2019 to avoid confusion with Fox Corporation.
- "Disney and 21st Century Fox Announce per Share Value in Connection with $71 Billion Acquisition". The Walt Disney Company. March 20, 2019.
- Tweet from August 10, 2020
- "Fox Digital Studios Drops New Series, Short Film On Netflix". 1 April 2013. Retrieved 22 August 2016.
- Robert Holtby
- "Disney Television Studios Will Rebrand Its Three Iconic Studios With New Names, Logos and 'Motion End Cards', Starting This Fall". Retrieved 2020-08-21.