Digital broadcast giant Netflix reportedly licensed global trademark rights to Space Force, a new comedy series that tackled Space Force, which was established as the sixth arm of the American armed forces, at the command of US President Donald Trump.
Space Force, the new critical comedy of Netflix, starring Steve Carell, star of The Office, and the legendary comedy series of Emmy and Golden Globe, was presented to the audience in late May after a curious wait.
The series, which includes famous actors such as John Malkovich, Ben Schwartz, Diana Silvers and Tawny Newsome, as well as Carell, does not seem to fully meet the expectations, given the IMDB and Rotten Tomatoes scores. Nevertheless, let’s not go without saying that Space Force ranks first in the Top 10 List of many countries.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Netflix has now secured the global trademark rights of the name “Space Force” in many regions of the world, including Australia, Mexico and all of Europe. It is stated in the news that the applications made by the digital broadcast giant extend until January 2019.
As you know, Netflix’s new satirical series actually takes the Space Force, which was established as the sixth arm of the American armed forces by order of US President Donald Trump. When you watch the show, you clearly see Trump’s dreams of militarizing space and making the US a new border region.
The U.S. Department of Defense has applied to license the name of the Space Force, which is the subject of controversy because its logo is similar to the Star Trek logo, within the US borders. Even if the Department of Defense has the intellectual property rights of the “Space Force” trademark, US laws in force do not prevent the same terms from being used by different individuals and institutions if presented as parody.
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