s to free television networks and basic cable programming services for distribution by means of various media, which might include DBS, cable television systems and the Internet. The license agreements reflecting the subscription pay television arrangements generally provide for a specified number of exhibitions of the program during a fixed term in exchange for a license fee that is based on a variety of factors, including the box office performance of each program and the number of subscribers to the service or system. Among third party license arrangements that units of TCFF have in place in the United States for subscription pay television exhibition of motion pictures is an exclusive license agreement with HBO, providing for the licensing of films initially released for theatrical exhibition. Units of TCFF also license programming to SVOD services in the United States. Such licenses enable the consumer to view individual programming selected by the viewer for a subscription fee, typically on a monthly basis. In international markets, units of TCFF license motion pictures and other programming to subscription pay television and SVOD services operated by third parties, as well as to such services operated by various affiliated entities. In addition, units of TCFF license motion pictures and other programming in international markets for exhibition on free television networks, including basic cable programming services, both to independent third party broadcasters, as well as to services operated by affiliated entities of the company. Television Programming, Production and Domestic Syndication Distribution Twentieth Century Fox Television (TCFTV) During 2016, TCFTV produced television programs for FOX, FX, ABC, CBS, NBC and Turner Broadcasting System (TBS). TCFTV produces, or has orders to produce, episodes of various television series, such as 24: Legacy, A.P.B., Bob’s Burgers, Bones, Empire, The Exorcist, Family Guy, The Last Man on Earth, Making History, The Mick, New Girl, Pitch, Prison Break (Event Series), Rosewood, Scream Queens, Shots Fired (Event Series), The Simpsons, Sleepy Hollow, Son of Zorn, Star and Wayward Pines for FOX; American Horror Story for FX; Fresh Off The Boat, Last Man Standing, Modern Family and Speechless for ABC; The Carmichael Show and This Is Us for NBC; Life in Pieces for CBS; and American Dad for TBS. All other distribution rights, including international and off-network syndication rights, are typically retained by TCFTV, utilized by other units of the company or sold to third parties. Fox21 Television Studios (Fox21): Fox21 produces television programs for major U.S. cable networks and SVOD services, including American Crime Story, The Americans, Feud!, Tyrant and Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll for FX; Dice and Homeland for Showtime; Queen of the South for USA; Chance for Hulu; Seven Seconds for Netflix; Genius for National Geographic Channel; and Salem for WGN America. Additionally, Fox21 is producing Rocky Horror Picture Show, a made-for-television motion picture for FOX. Twentieth Television: Twentieth Television licenses both television programming and feature films for domestic syndication to television stations and basic cable services in the United States. Twentieth Television distributes a program portfolio that includes the company’s library of television and film assets, and first-run programming for sales to local stations, including stations owned and operated by the company, as well as to basic cable networks. Motion Picture and Television Library The company’s motion picture and television library (the Fox Library) consists of varying ownership and distribution rights to various thousand previously released motion pictures and various television programs. Motion pictures in the Fox Library include various titles, such as The Sound of Music, Mrs. Doubtfire, Home Alone, the Star Wars series, the Die Hard series, the X-Men series, Independence Day, The Day After Tomorrow, the Ice Age series, The Planet of the Apes series, Sideways, Walk the Line, The Devil Wears Prada, Little Miss Sunshine, the Night at the Museum series, the Alvin and the Chipmunks series, Slumdog
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