(Foxcorp Holdings, LLC)
|Subsidiaries||Bento Box Animation Studio Atlanta|
Bento Box Canada
Bento Box Interactive
Princess Bento Studio (co-owned with Princess Pictures)
Bento Box Entertainment (also known as Bento Box Animation) is an American animation studio located in the North Hollywood neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. It was founded in 2009 by executive producers Scott Greenberg, Joel Kuwahara, and Mark McJimsey. It is a subsidiary of Fox Corporation and operates under the Fox Entertainment division. The studio is best known for producing Bob's Burgers for Fox prior to its acquisition in August 2019.
Bento Box Entertainment has four animation studios — in North Hollywood, Burbank, Bento Box Animation Studio Atlanta, in Atlanta, Georgia, and Bento Box Canada in Toronto, Ontario. The company also operates Princess Bento Studio, a joint venture with Princess Pictures, in Melbourne, Victoria.
On October 11, 2016, Bento Box launched a children's division called Sutikki. Sutikki opened an office in the United Kingdom on March 23, 2017.
On August 6, 2019, it was announced that Fox Corporation would acquire Bento Box, while still allowing it to operate as an independent production house; Sutikki was not part of the acquisition.
On April 8, 2020, it formed a pact with Australian film company Princess Pictures called Princess Bento Studio. Their first series Smiling Friends started airing on Adult Swim on January 10, 2022.
On October 5, 2022, Bento Box became a member of the Animation guild.
On December 2, 2022, Bento Box signed a multi-year animation service deal with Princess Pictures's newly acquired studio Boulder Media.
|Title||Genre||First air date||Last air date||No. of
|As animation service|
|Neighbors from Hell||Horror-comedy||June 7, 2010||July 26, 2010||1||TBS||20th Century Fox Television, Wounded Poodle and MoonBoy Animation|
|Bob's Burgers||Family comedy||January 9, 2011||Present||13||Fox||20th Television Animation, Wilo Productions (Season 2-present) and Buck & Millie Productions (Seasons 2–10)|
|Allen Gregory||October 30, 2011||December 18, 2011||1||20th Century Fox Television, Jonah Hill Films, a J. Paul/A. Mogel/D. Goodman Piece of Business and Chernin Entertainment|
|Brickleberry||Workplace comedy||September 25, 2012||April 14, 2015||3||Comedy Central||Fox 21 Television Studios, Damn! Show Productions and Black Heart Productions|
|Out There||Friendship comedy||February 22, 2013||April 19, 2013||1||IFC||20th Century Fox Television and Quincy Productions|
|Perfect Hair Forever||Adventure-comedy||April 1, 2014||Adult Swim||Williams Street||episodes 8 and 9 only|
|Future-Worm!||Science fiction-comedy||May 27, 2015||June 11, 2015||Disney XD||Disney Television Animation and Quincy Productions||shorts only|
|Bordertown||Family comedy||January 3, 2016||May 22, 2016||Fox||20th Century Fox Television, Fuzzy Door Productions and Hentemann Films|
|The Who Was? Show||Sketch comedy||May 11, 2018||Netflix||Penguin Random House, FremantleMedia and Matador Content|
|The Masked Singer||Singing competition||January 2, 2019||Present||8||Fox||animated sequences for season 4|
|Duncanville||Family comedy||February 16, 2020||June 26, 2022||3||Paper Kite Productions, 3 Arts Entertainment, 20th Television Animation, Fox Entertainment and Universal Television||last episodes were released on Hulu on October 18, 2022|
|Central Park||Musical comedy||May 29, 2020||Present||Apple TV+||20th Television Animation, Angry Child Productions, Wilo Productions and Brillstein Entertainment Partners|
|Hoops||Workplace comedy||August 21, 2020||1||Netflix||20th Century Fox Television and Lord Miller Productions|
|The Great North||Family comedy||January 3, 2021||Present||3||Fox||20th Television Animation, Double Molyneux Sister Sheux, Wilo Productions and Fox Entertainment|
|The Prince||Family comedy||July 29, 2021||1||HBO Max||20th Television and Nickleby, Inc.|
|As production company|
|The Awesomes||Superhero comedy||August 1, 2013||November 3, 2015||3||Hulu||Broadway Video and Sethmaker Shoemeyers Productions|
|Legends of Chamberlain Heights||Friendship comedy||September 14, 2016||August 20, 2017||2||Comedy Central||Running with Scissors and TrueStarr Society of Ninjas Incorporated|
|Paradise PD||Workplace comedy||August 31, 2018||Present||3||Netflix||Damn! Show Productions and Odenkirk Provissiero Entertainment|
|Alien News Desk||Science fiction-comedy||February 27, 2019||May 4, 2019||1||Syfy||Broadway Video|
|Lazor Wulf||April 8, 2019||January 11, 2021||2||Adult Swim||Williams Street||season 1 only; season 2 animated by Six Point Harness|
|HouseBroken||Friendship comedy||May 31, 2021||Present||1||Fox||Kapital Entertainment, Merman and AllanDen|
|Wolfboy and the Everything Factory||Fantasy||September 24, 2021||Apple TV+||HitRecord and Toff's Tiny Universe|
|Saturday Morning All Star Hits!||Sketch comedy||December 10, 2021||Netflix||Live-action/animated series; co-production with Broadway Video and Universal Television|
|Farzar||Science fiction-comedy||July 15, 2022||Netflix Animation, Damn! Show Productions and Odenkirk Provissiero Entertainment|
|Hazbin Hotel||Musical comedy||YouTube (Pilot)||SpindleHorse Toons and A24|
|Krapopolis||Fantasy-comedy||Fox||Fox Entertainment and Harmonious Claptrap|
|His Majesty's Dragon||Fantasy drama||TBA||Fox Entertainment and Orion Television||based on the book of the same name|
|Mulligan||Science fiction-comedy||Netflix||Little Stranger, Inc., 3 Arts Entertainment and Universal Television|
|Title||First air date||Last air date||No. of
|Moon and Me||February 3, 2019||Present||2||CBeebies||First Sutikki series|
|Title||First air date||Last air date||No. of
|YOLO: Crystal Fantasy||August 10, 2020||Present||1||Adult Swim||co-production with Williams Street and Monkeystack|
|Smiling Friends||January 9, 2022||Present||1||co-production with Williams Street and Goblin Caught on Tape|
|Koala Man||January 9, 2023||Hulu||co-production with 20th Television Animation and Justin Roiland's Solo Vanity Card Productions!|
|Glove and Boots||2010–2018||YouTube||Show originally a local production in New York from 2004 until 2006.|
|Kuroba||2018–2019||YouTube||co-production with WildBrain|
|Dogs Playing Poker||2021||Fox||co-production with Fox Entertainment|
|Best Fiends Shorts||2021–present||YouTube||co-production with Seriously|
|Aquadonk Side Pieces||2022||YouTube||co-production with Williams Street|
|March 18, 2014||Achmed Saves America||co-production with Levity Entertainment Group|
|January 20, 2015||Madea's Tough Love||co-production with Tyler Perry Studios|
|November 8, 2022||Aqua Teen Forever: Plantasm||co-production with Williams Street and Adult Swim|
|October 28, 2017||The David S. Pumpkins Halloween Special||co-production with Universal Television, SNL Studios and Broadway Video|
|May 27, 2022||The Bob's Burgers Movie||First theatrical film|
co-production with 20th Century Animation
Bento Box Interactive is an entertainment-based technology company launched in 2012 by Bento Box Entertainment. In October 2012, Bento Box Interactive partnered with Alicia Keys to create an education mobile application entitled "The Journals of Mama Mae and LeeLee" for iOS devices. The application tells the story of the relationship between a young New York City girl and her wise grandmother and features two original songs by Keys, "Follow the Moon" and "Unlock Yourself".