The video contains both scripts and non-written programming on Fox's selection. Among the shows featured are older series such as "The Simpsons", "Family Guy" and "Empire." In an "Empire" clip, Lucious Lyon says "The company we knew and loved changed." Recent script shows as "The Orville," "The Passage" and "9-1-1" are also displayed. Also featured in the video are non-written hits such as "The Masked Singer" along with The World Series and WWE's "SmackDown Live", which will make Fox's debut in October.
With the Disney deal officially closed, Fox Entertainment is now part of the standalone unit Fox Corp., which also includes Fox Television Stations Group, Fox News Group and Fox Sports Media Group.
Disney closed the 15-month merger at 12:02 ET Wednesday. Disney now controls: Twentieth Century Fox, Fox Searchlight Pictures, Fox 2000 Pictures, Fox Family, and Fox Animation; Fox's creative television sets, Twentieth Century Fox Television, FX Productions and Fox21; FX network; National Geographic Partners; Fox Networks Group International; Star India; and Fox's interests in Hulu, Tata Sky and Endemol Shine Group.