Good and strange news for our bizarre but not good times: remember the Satanists who sued Warner Bros. because of their new program, Sabrina's chilling adventures, had he used his registered deity? Well, the two parties have reached a truce. Deadline reports that the lawsuit between WB and the Satanic Temple has been "settled in a friendly manner", having started only in early November.
The Temple was looking for $ 50 million because the program, which began airing on Netflix in late October and stars Crazy men The Kiernan Shipka alum as a darker turn in the old comic and television show Sabrina the teenage witch – He used a variation on a statue of the historical deity called Baphomet at Sabrina's school, the Academy of Invisible Arts. They accused that they made illegal modifications to a design protected by copyright and, therefore, were the property of the plaintiffs.
The details of the settlement have not been revealed, although Lucien Greaves, co-founder and spokesman for the Temple, issued a statement saying: "The unique elements of the Baphomet statue with the Satanic Temple have been recognized in the credits of episodes that have already been filmed. "