FX Nets Nabs Off-Net Rights To 2 Fox Shows

In a competitive situation, FX Networks has landed off-network rights to hit Fox animated series Family Guy, starting with its 16th (2017-18) season. It has also made an off-network deal for Bob’s Burgers, starting with the current ninth season.  (The older seasons of both Family Guy and Bob’s Burgers remain on Turner’s Adult Swim/TBS for the time being.)

Fox Stations Going Into ‘Anger Management’

The sitcom starring Charlie Sheen will make its off-network debut on nine Fox-owned stations in September 2014.

Tricon Launches ‘Sanctuary’ In Off-Net Syndication

Tricon Films & Television and PPI Releasing announced today that Sanctuary, the Syfy one-hour procedural drama, would be launched in weekly barter syndication in 2013-14. Sanctuary stars Amanda Tapping as […]

2013 Could Be Big Off-Net Syndication Year

RBC Capital Markets analyst David Bank says 2013 could be a huge year for syndication revenues for traditional syndication sellers, with CBS potentially collecting $300 million in revenue from NCIS: LA and The Good Wife. Fox is also set to do well with Modern Family, Glee and The Cleveland Show.

NBCU Clears Off-Net ‘Baggage’ In 95% Of US

The relationship game show from GSN, hosted By Jerry Springer, is set to premiere on TV stations on Sept. 17.

Stations Primed For More Off-Net Sitcoms

Looking ahead to 2014, syndicators are pitching stations on a number of broadcast and cable shows including Warner Bros.’ Mike & Molly, Charlie Sheen’s Anger Management on FX and TV Land’s Hot in Cleveland.

Comedy Central Lands ‘Community’ Off-Net Rights

Greendale Community College’s most famous study group will have a new member beginning in 2013 as Comedy Central has reached a multi-year deal with Sony Picture Television to license NBC […]

TNT Lands Off-Net Rights To ‘Hawaii Five-0’

The series, which debuts on the cable network in summer 2014, fetches a per-episode price tag in the low-to-mid-$2 million range.