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.