Logo description by Logophile and D.L. Chandell
Logo captures by EnormousRat and V of Doom
Video capture courtesy of LogosForTheWin
(February 3, 2011-March 3, 2011)
Logo: We see the 1994-2010 20th Century Fox logo with rings that spin around, "TELEVISION DISTRIBUTION" fades in.
FX/SFX: The rings spinning and the fade in of "TELEVISION DISTRIBUTION"
Availability: Seen on Marchlands, the first series in The Oaks Trilogy. It's currently unknown if the logo appeared on other shows.
Scare Factor: TBA
Nicknames: "The Too-Tall Tower", "The Too-Tall Twentieth Tower", "The Twentieth Tip-Over", "Twentieth Tower Too-Tall", "STST (Super-Tall Searchlight Tower)"
Logo: Same as the 1995 20th Century Fox Television logo, except the tower now reads "20th CENTURY FOX TELEVISION DISTRIBUTION" and is placed on the 1994 background of the theatrical logo. The logo also appears more redone than the actual TCFTV logo.
Variant: Starting in mid-to-late 2013, the logo became bylineless, following the News Corp. split.
FX/SFX: Same as the 1995 TCFTV logo but enhanced.
Cheesy Factor: The computer animation is very cheap, looking like a Blender/CINEMA 4D remake of a standard logo, and with all those words, the logo looks too tall.
Music/Sounds: The 2007 TCFTV fanfare. On Кости (the Russian adaptation of Bones), it uses the 1995 20th Television fanfare.
Availability: Common, appears on Lightfields and syndie prints of DreamWorks Animation shows, such as DreamWorks Dragons and The Penguins of Madagascar. So far, it has not replaced 20th Television. This logo makes a surprise appearance at the end of the ITV2 documentary Meet The Family Guys, following the Roughcut TV/ITV logos.
Scare Factor: Minimal, as some might be put off by the ugliness of the logo.