Skein has been cleared in just over half of the country
“Geraldo at Large” is getting larger.
Twentieth Television has cleared the series in 10 additional U.S. markets ahead of its Oct. 31 launch in firstrun syndication.
Replacing “A Current Affair,” a damp squid in the ratings, “Geraldo” has been cleared in just over half of the country. New sign-ups include KPIX San Francisco; WCNC Charlotte, N.C.; WXIN Indianapolis; KUSI San Diego and KGPE Fresno, Calif.; WFLX Palm Beach, Fla.; KOB Albuquerque; WSJV South Bend, Ind.; WUPW Toledo, Ohio; and KGBT Harlingen, Texas. Most Fox owned-and-operated TV stations have already bought the half-hour.
“Geraldo” will feature veteran reporter Geraldo Rivera and his team of correspondents covering both investigative reports and breaking news. Most recently, Rivera was Fox News’ correspondent-at-large.