Fox Entertainment Acquires ‘Bob’s Burgers’ Animation House Bento Box

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In the first major production company acquisition for Fox Entertainment since the network split with longtime studio partner 20th Century Fox TV after the Disney-Fox deal, the newly independent company has acquired Bento Box Entertainment, the animation house behind Fox’s Emmy-winning series Bob’s Burgers and the upcoming Duncanville and The Great North.

After the acquisition, Bento Box will operate as a stand-alone entity under the Fox Entertainment banner and produce content for all platforms. Its leadership team will remain in place, including co-founders Scott Greenberg (CEO) and Joel Kuwahara (President of Production), and senior executives Brett Coker (COO), Ben Jones (Creative Director), Craig Hartin (Gm of Bento Box Atlanta), Janelle Momary (Supervising Producer) and Andi Raab (Supervising Producer).

“As we grow Fox for the next generation, it only makes sense we would expand our animation capabilities by bringing on board the best in the business: Bento Box.,” Fox Entertainment CEO Charlie Collier said.
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