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Old 01-21-2015, 11:43 PM   #1
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Default NATPE 2015 -- Fall 2015 Syndication

NATPE was from Jan. 20-22, 2015 in Miami. Here is what is being offered for Fall 2014 in syndication:

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FALL 2015 SYNDICATION

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Daily Half-Hours
<i>Last Man Standing</i> (Twentieth Television) <br />
<i>2 Broke Girls</i> (Warner Bros.) <br />

Weekly Hours
<span style="font-style: italic;">Elementary</span> (CBS Television Distribution)<br />
<span style="font-style: italic;">Person of Interest</span> (Warner Bros.)<br />
<span style="font-style: italic;">Rizzoli & Isles</span> (Warner Bros.)<br />
<span style="font-style: italic;">Rookie Blue </span>(Disney-ABC Television) <br />


Weekly Half-Hour
<i>Just For Laughs</i> (Program Partners) - weekend play <br />


FIRST-RUN SERIES

Talk Shows
<span style="font-style: italic;">Crazy Talk</span> (NBC Universal) <br />
<span style="font-style: italic;">The F.A.B. Life</span> (Disney-ABC Television) <br />
<span style="font-style: italic;">The Social </span>(PPI Releasing) <br />
<span style="font-style: italic;">Safe and Secure</span> (Rohrs Media)<br />

Court Shows
<i>Untitled James Carville </i> (Sony Pictures Television) <br />

Game Shows/Reality
<i>Monopoly Millionaire's Club</i> (Scientific Games Corporation) - weekend play <br />

News Magazine
<i>Crime Watch Daily</i> (Warner Bros.) <br />

First-Run Weekly Airings
Giggling & Grubbing (Telco Productions, half-hour)
Pacific Blues (Telco Productions, half-hour)
We Got Next (Telco Productions, half hour)


Remember this is what is being offered. Some of these entries have not gotten clearances, but as soon as they do, we'll let you know. Stay with us!

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Forget Last Man Standing, I would rather see Home Improvement come back to broadcast syndication. There's very few people, if any, who would think LMS is better than HI. It's too bad syndication is slanted towards current shows.
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http://deadline.com/2015/03/tosh-0-s...ry-1201385941/

Tosh.0 coming to several FOX stations this fall
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It should be noted that The F.A.B. Life is a new panel-style talk show that is co-hosted by Tyra Banks. I think it will be at least a moderate success. Her last talk show may not have broken ratings records, but was a solid success until it was moved from syndication to the CW.

I think 2 Broke Girls is headed for a very long and successful syndication life. I think Persons of Interest will be a total dud.
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is Revenge not being offered? It debuted the same season as POI and actually has more episodes than Elementary. I know it probably won't be a big local success, but I think could attract an audience on a smaller cable network oriented towards women... Maybe Oxygen or WE?
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How come Bob's Burgers isn't being offered for broadcast syndication in Fall 2015, either? At the end of the current season (its fifth), BB will have 89 episodes. I know Adult Swim already has cable syndication rights (episodes are reran there every Sunday), but it is unknown how successful BB will be in broadcast syndication.

New Girl isn't being offered, either, and that will have 95 episodes by the end of its current season (its fourth).
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How come Bob's Burgers isn't being offered for broadcast syndication in Fall 2015, either? At the end of the current season (its fifth), BB will have 89 episodes. I know Adult Swim already has cable syndication rights (episodes are reran there every Sunday), but it is unknown how successful BB will be in broadcast syndication.

New Girl isn't being offered, either, and that will have 95 episodes by the end of its current season (its fourth).
maybe they're waiting for 100 episodes
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I wouldnt put too much stock into The F.A.B. I mean how many daytime talk shows have ended after one year?

I wish some of these shows wouldnt rush into syndication. I mean 2 Broke Girls. By the time that series finally ends, I think the show would be beaten to death in syndication.
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I wish some of these shows wouldnt rush into syndication. I mean 2 Broke Girls. By the time that series finally ends, I think the show would be beaten to death in syndication.
Most scripted broadcast TV shows go into syndication after the end of their 4th full season (or 88 episodes). I think it has become common practice in recent years.
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How come Bob's Burgers isn't being offered for broadcast syndication in Fall 2015, either? At the end of the current season (its fifth), BB will have 89 episodes. I know Adult Swim already has cable syndication rights (episodes are reran there every Sunday), but it is unknown how successful BB will be in broadcast syndication.

New Girl isn't being offered, either, and that will have 95 episodes by the end of its current season (its fourth).
I know that New Girl already has a huge cable syndication deal with I think TBS or Comedy Central so maybe they didn't feel the need to rush it to locals?

Then again, 2 Broke Girls I think also has a syndication deal with a cable network.
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Its true about the 88 episodes. I seem to recall Seinfeld and Friends doing that and we all know how that turned out.
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The lack of New Girl and Bob's Burgers is weird, especially since they already have cable syndication deals. Then again, young-skewing shows like those haven't been doing so well in broadcast syndication and tend to fare much better on cable and streaming, so maybe they're not even bothering anymore. (For the record, Parks & Rec was also never offered to broadcast syndication, although 30 Rock and Community both were.)
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Anybody have any information on Revenge? Why isn't it being offered? are they waiting until next year?
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Anybody have any information on Revenge? Why isn't it being offered? are they waiting until next year?
Considering it's a heavily serialized show that dropped off in the ratings halfway through its run, I can't really imagine it being a big syndication player. I could see a cable network picking it up though.
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Considering it's a heavily serialized show that dropped off in the ratings halfway through its run, I can't really imagine it being a big syndication player. I could see a cable network picking it up though.
I also wish a cable network can pick up Once Upon a Time, also. If all the heavily-serialized shows just have to be withheld from syndication altogether, then I hope most of the ABC Network's heavily-serialized dramas have deals with streaming services like Netflix or Amazon.
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