A group of Satanists who sued Netflix and Warner Bros for $ 50 million (£ 38 million) in a row of copyrights on the television show Sabrina have "amiably" settled the lawsuit.
The Satanic Temple claimed that the giants of entertainment copied their description of the goathead deity Baphomet in The Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina.
An icon similar to that of the group appears in four episodes of the supernatural drama, he claimed.
On Wednesday, the group revealed that they had resolved the lawsuit and said the details will remain confidential.
In a statement, they said: "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 have been recognized in the credits of episodes that have already been filmed.
"The remaining terms of the agreement are subject to a confidentiality agreement."
The founder of the Satanic Temple, Lucien Greaves, added on Twitter: "Thus ends one of the most publicized claims of copyright."
Warner Bros. did not disclose more details of the agreement.
The Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina is a supernatural drama program starring American actress Kiernan Shipka as Sabrina Spellman, a half-mortal half-breed that is divided between her two identities.
It is based on the same series of comics that gave birth to Sabrina The Teenage Witch, starring Melissa Joan Hart and that was developed between 1996 and 2003.
The Satanic Temple says that it does not worship Satan, but works to "encourage benevolence and empathy among all people."