Fox to Create NFT Studio For Rick and Morty Creator’s New Show

By Caitlin Carey May 19, 2021 In Crypto News, NFTs

Fox Entertainment has created a new company called Blockchain Creative Labs to create NFT’s – with the aim to help fans connect directly with their TV shows.

The American broadcaster’s NFT studio will launch with the premiere of new animated series Krapoplis – an animated comedy set in mythical ancient Greece from Emmy Award-winning creator Dan Harmon (Rick and Morty, Community).

First Ever Blockchain TV Show

It will be the first series ever to be curated entirely on the blockchain.

Fox’s adoption of NFTs is a great way to cash in on the show’s popularity, giving fans the opportunity to become collectors, through by buying NFTs based on characters from the show. It’s also about advertising:


“Just as we’re doing this for our own animation, we will also help your brands connect directly with fans and enthusiasts through NFTs. With and for you, Fox will help art meet brands meet technology.”

Charlie Collier, Fox CEO

NFT TV Characters

Fox could release “trading card” like NFTs based on their TV shows such as The Masked Singer and Rick and Morty. Fans can then collect these NFTs and buy, sell and trade them on open NFT marketplaces.

Example of Fox NFT – The Masked Singer

Look’s like the NFT craze is not over yet, as we recently saw Melbourne Street Artist Lushsux Has Made Over $500,000 From NFTs and Edward Snowden Sells NFT For $5.4 Million To Raise Funds For Freedom Of Press Foundation.

Caitlin Carey

Caitlin Carey

Caitlin is a crypto evangelist with a deep curiosity and passion for learning and writing about everything to do with cryptocurrency. She has a background as a performing artist and songwriter and is a digital media enthusiast, with a bachelor degree in Multimedia.

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