The series, from Warner Bros., has sold off-network rights to Tribune Broadcasting in a cash-plus-barter deal.
The series will debut in fall 2017 on Tribune stations in 16 markets including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Dallas, Washington, D.C. and Houston
Source and more: Deadline
“‘Mom’ has all of the elements required for off-net comedy success,” Ken Werner, WB Domestic TV Distribution’s president, said in a statement. “There has been a Chuck Lorre multi-camera comedy atop the off-net syndication ratings for an astounding 457 weeks in a row dating back to 2007. We believe ‘Mom’ will join the ranks of successful syndication comedies for the master of great sitcoms, Chuck Lorre.”
In addition to Tribune, WBDTD has also parceled off the rights to “Mom” to stations owned by CBS, Hearst, TEGNA, Nexstar, Meredith and others.
Source and more: Variety
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