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2000–2002

ABC Entertainment 2000-2002
ABC Entertainment I.D

ABC Entertainment I.D. Logo (2001)

Nicknames: The ABC Circle", "Yellow ABC", "Modern ABC"

Logo: Over a black background, we see several yellow circles and shapes zooming forth, eventually segueing into a yellow ABC logo zooming in. The text "Entertainment" appears below, along with a copyright stamp.

Trivia: This was based off the on-air bumpers that ABC had at the time.

Variant:

   One variant had this logo on a yellow background and the ABC circle logo with the word "Entertainment" and the copyright stamp in a black color.
   A longer variant exists, where all the shapes and text criss-cross over each other before going to the normal formation.


FX/SFX: The yellow circles zooming.

Music/Sounds: A cycle of 2 record scratches, followed by a hip-hop version of the 4-note ABC jingle. The variant uses an extended variant of the music; the closing notes are a little slower than normal.

Availability: Uncommon. Seen on America's Funniest Home Videos episodes of the era, and on the DVD of America's Funniest Home Videos: Volume One.

Scare Factor: None.


2002–2003

ABC Entertainment 2002-2003
ABC Entertainment I.D

ABC Entertainment I.D. Logo (2002)

Nickname: "Color Ripples"

Logo: It's a shortened version of a 2002 ABC bumper, only it cuts to when the text "ABC" appears on a yellow background, and "Entertainment" and a copyright stamp appears below the ABC logo as the background turns green.

FX/SFX: Same as the 2002 ABC bumper.

Music/Sounds: A 4-note dramatic orchestral tune based on the ABC jingle. Sometimes it's the last 3 notes of the ABC bumper this was adapted from.

Availability: Seen on reruns of America's Funniest Home Videos from the era.

Scare Factor: Low to medium. The theme can throw some off guard.


2003

ABC Entertainment 2003
ABC Entertainment I.D

ABC Entertainment I.D. Logo (2003)

Nicknames: "The Forming ABC", "The ABC Ripple"

Logo: We have the black ABC circle with the letters "abc" in its usual font forming on the circle. The circle backs away to the center of a blue background when we later see the word "Entertainment" and the ABC, Inc. copyright stamp fading in below. From behind the circle logo we see the letters "abc" forming a ripple from small to large letters.

Trivia: This logo was based off the on-air indent ABC had in 2003.

FX/SFX: The letters forming, the ABC ripple.

Music/Sounds/Voice-over: A piano rendition of the ABC theme, with some drumbeats, which like before also has an extended version, and sometimes with an announcer announcing: "Thanks for watching ABC".

Availability: Can be seen on AFV episodes. This was also used to plaster the ABC Productions logo on the Bob Saget episodes of the show. It even appears on disc 4 of the America's Funniest Home Videos: Volume One DVD release. The full version can be seen on Amazon Instant Video of AFV .

Scare Factor: None to minimal. The letters zooming at you may get to some.


2003-2004

ABC Entertainment 2003-2004

2004–2005

ABC Entertainment 2004-2005
ABC Entertainment I.D

ABC Entertainment I.D. Logo (2004)-0

2005–2006

ABC Entertainment 2005-2006
ABC Entertainment I.D

ABC Entertainment I.D. Logo (2006)

2006-2007

ABC Entertainment 2006-2007 A

2007–2008

ABC Entertainment 2007-2008
ABC Entertainment I.D

ABC Entertainment I.D. Logo (2007)

2008–2011

ABC Entertainment 2009-2011

2011–2013

ABC Entertainment 2011
ABC Entertainment I

ABC Entertainment I.D (2012)

2013–present

ABC Entertainment 2013
ABC Entertainment Vi Di Bona Productions (2013?)-0

ABC Entertainment Vi Di Bona Productions (2013?)-0

In-Credit Disclaimers

1987-1999


See also