Zero Day Fox

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Zero Day Fox
Formerly called
Fox Digital Studio (2009-2014)
Division
Industry Web television
Genre
Founded
  • 2009 (2009) (as Fox Digital Studio) [1]
Owner 21st Century Fox
Parent 20th Century Fox
Website foxdigitalstudios.com

Zero Day Fox (formerly known as Fox Digital Studios until 2014) is a division of Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. It produces TV and film that initially premiere on digital platforms like Netflix and Hulu before expanding to traditional markets. The goal is to launch original properties, expand current franchises, deploy new business models, and bring audiences to emerging platforms through innovative, sophisticated, and creative storytelling. It was established in 2009.[1]

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, and How To Be A Man, starring comedian and founder of Vice Magazine, Gavin McInnes.

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.

Zero Day Fox, when it was originally known as Fox Digital Studio, until 2014.

Television[edit]

Film[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Fox Digital Studios Drops New Series, Short Film On Netflix". 1 April 2013. Retrieved 22 August 2016. 

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