Cotton Cardgies, the new season of the popular Fox family show that features the cotton-based brand Fearne’s cotton, will return in 2017, Variety has learned exclusively.
The network will launch the new Cotton Cardggies in 2019.
“We’re excited to bring Cotton Cardigies back to Fox as part of the first season of Tales from the Cotton Cards,” Fox Entertainment president of programming Tom Shales said in a statement.
“Cotton Cardigan is a staple of the Fox family of shows and we’re proud to bring the brand back to the Fox Family Channel.
The Cotton Card gals have been at the forefront of the TV brand for more than 30 years, and we hope fans will continue to fall in love with this new season.”
Shales, who was in Chicago this week to promote Tales from The Cotton Cards and is in New York next week to launch the Fox Kids TV series, said the brand is “a key part of our Fox Family Family brand.”
“We will continue our efforts to introduce our family to new fans of the brand,” Shales added.
Cotton Cardi has had a huge impact on TV since its debut in 1987, including in the lives of its fans and on the shows that have come after.
The show is an homage to the cotton cardigans, which were designed by the late Elizabethan-era American designer George Cotton.
In the first half of the 20th century, cotton cardi became a fashion statement for many women, and in the 1960s, they were worn by American celebrities like Bette Davis, Judy Garland, and Jane Fonda.
But in recent years, the brand has become increasingly popular for children, who love the cotton fabric, its versatility and how it can be used in many different ways.
“The Cotton Card is a unique piece of fabric that was a staple in American fashion and culture until the ’60s and ’70s,” Shale said.
“It’s an incredibly versatile fabric that is versatile and can be worn by any person or style.
We’re thrilled to bring back the Cotton Coggers and Cotton Cuffs.”
Fox has picked up a number of other brand entries in recent months.
Last year, the network launched a line of premium-priced cotton cardigan shorts.
This spring, the show brought back the famous “Fox Girl” line.
The brand’s latest season is available on the FoxKids channel, which debuted in 2019 and was rebranded the Foxkids Kids TV channel in 2017.
Shales told Variety that the new show will feature “very iconic, brand-new” characters, and the network is working to create an all-new brand with “uniquely unique” elements.
“I’m incredibly excited about the new Fox Kids show, which will introduce a brand-fresh new voice for Fox Kids and Fox Family,” Shals said.
Fox Family is currently airing the Fox Girls TV series.
The series is produced by Fox Kids, and it will air every Thursday at 8 p.m. and feature original programming, including live interviews and behind-the-scenes features.
“Fox Kids is a new and exciting way to follow Fox Family’s incredible history of iconic family programming,” said Nick Grad, Fox Family chairman, chief content officer, and senior vice president of digital, in a release.
“This new show is another step in bringing Fox Kids’ brand to life in a brand new, exciting way.”
Cotton Card, a cotton-draped wool sweater, was introduced to the world by Fearne and is one of the brands most recognizable characters.
The character first appeared in the 1963 film Cotton Candy Skies.
In 1990, Fearen Cotton was introduced on the television series Cotton Cardin, the first show featuring the brand in its entirety.
“Fearne Cotton was a favorite character of mine growing up,” Shores said.
He added that Cotton Card has been a big part of his life.
“My family has been using cotton cards for generations,” Shays said.
The characters are best known for their role as cotton farmers in the 1950s television series Tales From The Cotton Cashes.
Cotton is the primary fiber in cotton-cotton apparel, but it also forms a major part of many fabrics.
In addition to the iconic Cotton Cogs and Cotton Coats, the cotton industry has also been a key player in the history of fashion and fashion accessories, including the popular cotton sweaters and hoodies that have become a staple among young women.