20th Digital Studio
FormerlyFox Digital Studio (2008–2020)
Zero Day Fox (2008–2020)
Company typeDivision
IndustryDigital Media
GenreWeb Films
Web series
Founded2008; 16 years ago (2008)
DefunctOctober 9, 2023; 8 months ago (2023-10-09)
SuccessorsWalt Disney Pictures
20th Century Studios
20th Television
Searchlight Pictures
HeadquartersCentury City, California, United States
Area served
Number of employees
450 (2017)
Parent20th Century Studios
(Walt Disney Studios)
(Disney Entertainment)
Footnotes / references

20th Digital Studio[2] (also known as 20th Digital, formerly known as Fox Digital Studio and Zero Day Fox) was an American web series and web films production company of 20th Century Studios. Founded in 2008 as a digital media, it was a subsidiary of 20th Century Studios,[3] a subsidiary of Disney Entertainment (under Walt Disney Studios), which is itself a division of The Walt Disney Company. Their focus evolved to funding and producing short-form genre content by new filmmakers from the digital and film festival worlds.

20th Digital Studios 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.[4]

20th Digital Studio is one of the 21st Century Fox studios that was acquired by Disney on March 20, 2019.[1] The studio's current name was adopted on August 10, 2020 in order to avoid confusion with Fox Corporation. The digital content division was dissolved by Disney in April 2023 as part of a series of cutbacks and layoffs at the company and transitioned into a first-look deal with Hulu, 20th Digital's main distributor, as an independent producing entity titled WorthenBrooks.[5]


Television films and series



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  5. ^ Andreeva, Nellie (April 26, 2023). "Disney Layoffs: 20th Digital Studio Folding, D23 Team Downsizing". Deadline.com.
  6. ^ "Home". www.robertholtby.com. Archived from the original on 2022-10-07. Retrieved 2019-07-03.
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  8. ^ "20th Digital Studio on Instagram: "It's December 1st. Give the gift of #GRIMCUTTY, now streaming on @hulu."".
  9. ^ "4K - 20th Digital Studio 2023 Logo - Day/Sunrise Variant". Retrieved April 12, 2023 – via YouTube.
  10. ^ "4K - 20th Digital Studio 2023 Logo - Day - Alternate - (unofficial variant)". Retrieved April 13, 2023 – via YouTube.
  11. ^ "4K - 20th Digital Studio 2023 Logo - Night/Dark Variant". Retrieved April 12, 2023 – via YouTube.