Sabrina has officially made a deal with the Satanic Temple.
Weeks after the Satanic Temple announced its plans to sue Netflix the Sabrina's chilling adventures For using a statue in a recent episode, the lawsuit between the religious group, Netflix and Warner Bros Entertainment has been resolved.
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"The Satanic Temple is pleased to announce that the recently filed lawsuit against Warner Bros. and Netflix was resolved amicably," Lucien Greaves, co-founder and spokesman for The Satanic Temple (TST), said in a statement. TST legal counsel, Stuart de Haan, also issued the same statement to PEOPLE.
"The unique elements of the Baphomet statue of the Satanic Temple have been recognized in the credits of the episodes that have already been filmed," they continued. "The remaining terms of the agreement are subject to a confidentiality agreement."
A Warner Bros representative also confirmed the news to PEOPLE, simply declaring that "the matter has been resolved amicably." Netflix submitted the request for comments to Warner Bros.
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Earlier this month, Greaves announced that his organization planned to take legal action against the program for using Baphomet, a statue of the winged goat deity, in an episode without the temple's permission.
Greaves also argued that the series represented the monument with a false and negative light.
"Yes, we are taking legal action regarding #TheChillingAdventuresofSabrina appropriating our copyrighted monument design to promote its satanic panic fiction." tweeted
"I am surprised that someone is confused as to why we would seek a legal remedy on Sabrina using our monument," added Greaves in a statement. separate tweet. "Would they be so sympathetic to a fictional show that used a royal mosque as the headquarters of a terrorist cell? A fictional tale of Blood Libel that involves Jews from the real world?
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To give his followers a clearer image, Greaves also tweeted an image from side to side comparing statues of similar appearance.
In many of his responses to other Twitter users, Greaves explained that Baphomet has been the intellectual property of the organization and is considered "TST".central icon. "
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The new Netflix series is based on comics and Riverdale The creator and boss of Archie Comics Roberto Aguirre Sacasa. The drama of coming of age, finds the beloved teenage witch (Kiernan Shipka) struggling to choose between life as a witch or life with his deadly friends at age 16. To be a witch, you must make a deal with Satan himself.
The series, which is a much darker version of the character initially brought to life by Melissa Joan Hart in the ABC comedy Sabrina the teenage witch, It has performed well on Netflix since its release date of October 26.
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Despite its name, the Satanic Temple does not promote belief in a personal Satan, according to its website.
Instead, the organization fosters benevolence, empathy, common sense and justice for all people, while rejecting tyrannical authority and symbolic "evil".
There are currently 16 chapters of TST throughout the country.