Fine Living repeats ‘Martha Stewart’

Network to air show in primetime hour

The syndicated “Martha Stewart Show,” which kicks off its third season on Monday in morning time periods, will pick up a daily primetime repeat on the Fine Living network.

There’ll be a one-day delay for each hourlong episode; TV stations get the premiere run and the Scripps-owned Fine Living schedules it twice the following night at 8 p.m. and midnight, ET. (The midnight play will be picked up by Fine Living’s West Coast feed for a 9 p.m. slot.)

Sheraton Kalouria, president of broadcasting for Martha Stewart Living Ominmedia, and Chad Youngblood, general manager of Fine Living, negotiated the deal.

Another Scripps cable network, DIY, signed a contract six weeks ago to carry a new half-hour best-of series, called “Martha Stewart Crafts,” weekdays, beginning Nov. 22.