The satanic temple and the producers of Sabrina's chilling adventures they have reached an agreement in a dispute over the statue of a goat deity that stands out in the Netflix series, The Hollywood Reporter Has confirmed.
TST sued Netflix and Warner Bros. earlier this month, claiming a statue displayed in Sabrina Spellman's fiction school. The Academy of Invisible Arts infringes its copyright on a Baphomet monument. TST was also not happy to have its statue associated with certain themes of the series, specifically the "prominent use of this symbol as the central point of the school associated with evil, cannibalism and murder".
Warners has confirmed the agreement, but declined to comment further.
TST lawyer Stuart de Haan sent on Wednesday THR A statement: "The Satanic Temple is pleased to announce that the lawsuit it recently filed against Warner Bros. and Netflix has been resolved amicably.The unique elements of the Baphomet statue of the Satanic Temple will be recognized in the credits of episodes that have already been filmed The remaining terms of the agreement are subject to a confidentiality agreement. "