NEW YORK (Reuters) – The Satanic Temple has ruled its copyright laws against Netflix Inc (NFLX.O) and Warner Bros Entertainment over their alleged abuse of its get-headed god statue in the “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” series, a warner- spokesman said on Wednesday.
Settlement was kind and resolves a November 8 trial where the satanic temple had sought at least $ 50 million of injuries.
Financial terms of residence were not disclosed.  Bruce Lederman, a lawyer for the plaintiff, said in an email: “My client will get the right copyright on episodes of The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina that have already been recorded. The remainder of the settlement is subject to a confidentiality agreement.” [1
9659002] A Netflix spokesman referred requests for Warner Bros, a unit of AT & T Inc (TN).
The Satanic Temple, based in Salem, Massachusetts and also known as the United Federation of Churches LLC, describes itself as a promoter of goodwill and empathy among people rejecting tyranny authority.
It complained that “Sabrina” disadvantaged her statue “Baphomet with Children” in a way that meant that it was evil and that the depiction hurt its reputation.
The first 10 episodes of “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” were released on October 26th.
Netflix distributes and Warner Bros produces the series, which stars Kiernan Shipka as the Teenage Half-Witch, semi-human title character. The series is based on the “Sabrina” series from Archie Comics.
The case is the United Federation of Churches LLC against Netflix Inc et al., The United States District Court in South New York, No. 18-10372.  Reporting of Jonathan Stempel in New York; Further Reporting of Mekhla Raina in Bengaluru; Editing Tom Brown