“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.