Heading into its fourth season on Fox, 20th TV‘s comedy Raising Hope has been sold in more than 140 markets, representing 55% of the country, in barter deals between Twentieth TV and the stations. Set to debut in syndication in 2014, Raising Hope is sold in top 10 markets including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas, Boston, San Francisco and Atlanta, with the CBS O&Os as its core station group. The comedy from Greg Garcia will also debut in cable syndication next year, airing on CMT, WGN America and FXX. Stations Raising Hope has been sold to include CBS Station Group’s WLNY (New York), KCAL (Los Angeles), KTXA (Dallas), WSBK (Boston), KBCW (San Francisco), KSTW (Seattle), WTOG (Tampa), KMAX (Sacramento) and Weigel Broadcasting’s WCIU (Chicago).
‘Raising Hope’ Sells In Broadcast Syndication
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