The New Adventures of Old Christine to Hit Off-Net Syndication

Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution has cleared CBS sitcom The New Adventures of Old Christine in off-network syndication for a fall 2010 launch in approximately 70 percent of the country. Old Christine has been sold to Tribune Broadcasting’s owned-and-operated stations in New York (WPIX) and Los Angeles (KTLA), Weigel Broadcasting’s WCIU in Chicago, plus affiliates from the CBS and Fox Television Stations, ACME Television, Capitol Broadcasting, Cox Television, Gannett, Grant, Hearst, Local TV, Roberts Broadcasting, the Sinclair Broadcast Group and Titan.

Stations will have the rights two daily runs, plus two half-hour weekend telecasts.
 
Entourage and Curb Your Enthusiasm, also from Warner Bros., have been sold to the 17 Tribune stations for a fall 2010 off-net debut, plus stations from the following groups: ACME Television, CBS Television Stations, Capitol Broadcasting, Fox Television Stations, Cox Television, Grant, Local TV, Meredith, Roberts Broadcasting, Sinclair Broadcast Group and Titan. Both sitcoms will air weekdays, with one weekend telecast.  
 
“We are extremely gratified by the station community’s response to these three series,” said Ken Werner, President, Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution. “Stations realize how incredibly important it is for them to maintain their historical position of providing quality off-network series to their viewers. Christine, Entourage and Curb are distinctive, high-profile series that will continue to fortify the sitcom blocks local station viewers and their advertisers have counted on.”