Syndicated show is renewed by more than a dozen leading station groups for its third season. It includes new stations in Seattle, Milwaukee, Louisville and Omaha.
NBC Universal Domestic Television Distribution has renewed its The Martha Stewart Show in more than 80% of the United States for its third season in national syndication.
The Martha Stewart Show has now been renewed for next season on stations representing NBC Universal, CBS, Scripps, Sinclair, Hearst-Argyle, Media General, Gannett, Belo, Allbritton, Fisher, Gray, LIN and Nextstar broadcast groups and more. New stations for season three include KING Seattle, WISN Milwaukee, WLKY Louisville, Ky., and WOWT Omaha, Neb.
It was previously announced that The Martha Stewart Show had been renewed on the NBC owned and operated stations in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, San Francisco and other major markets. Martha Stewart and Mark Burnett are the show’s executive producers and it is produced by Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia and distributed by NBC Universal Domestic Television Distribution.