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Fresh start for syndie sudser

Bunim-Murray produced skein wins 'Over' TV markets

Unscripted syndie sudser “Starting Over” has snagged a third season greenlight from NBC Universal Domestic Television Distribution.

Bunim-Murray produced skein, recently nommed for several daytime Emmys, has been cleared in 92% of the nation’s TV markets for next fall. It’s also been promised upgrades in at least 35 cities, including Chicago, Philadelphia and Baltimore.

News follows a season of solid ratings for the skein, including a 36% spike in women 25-54. The show takes troubled women, moves them into an L.A. mansion and attempts to reshape their lives.

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