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4Kids TV logo.

Quotation1.svg This is Sonic, and you're watching 4Kids TV! Quotation2.svg
— Sonic during a commercial in 4Kids TV.

4Kids TV (often stylized as 4K!DS TV, and formely known as FoxBox) was a Saturday morning cartoon block that aired on Fox for four hours in the United States, owned by 4Kids Entertainment (now known as 4Licensing Corporation) and News Corporation. The block was launched in 2002 as FoxBox (Replacing Fox Kids), but then it was renamed as 4Kids TV in 2005. 4Kids TV ended in 2008 due to conflicts between Fox and 4Kids.[1]


  • What's Inside the Fox Box (2002–2003)
  • The FoxBox Rocks (2003–2005)
  • The Place to Be (2005–2006)
  • The Game Station (2007–2008)

List of program broadcasts

  • Sonic X: The network aired the show from August 23, 2003 to June 3, 2006. It aired again on May 5, 2007 to December 27, 2008.[2]


See also

External links

  • 4Kids TV at Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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