‘Martha Stewart’ gets fourth season

'Mike & Juliet' also renewed for 15 markets

Two syndicated hourlong talkshows have chalked up renewals: “The Martha Stewart Show,” from NBC Universal Domestic TV Distribution, and “The Morning Show With Mike & Juliet,” from Twentieth TV.

NBC U said TV stations in more than 85% of the U.S. have signed on for a fourth season of “Martha,” including the NBC-owned stations in eight major markets, led by WNBC New York, KNBC Los Angeles and WMAQ Chicago.

Twentieth TV said “Mike & Juliet” has cleared stations in the top 15 markets, including the Fox-owned stations in 13 of them. The outlets include WNYW New York, KTTV Los Angeles and WFLD Chicago. The two non-Fox O&Os renewing “Mike & Juliet” in the top 15 are Cox’s KTVU San Francisco and Tribune’s KCPQ Seattle.

The producers of “Martha” are MSLO Prods. in association with Mark Burnett Prods.

“Mike & Juliet” comes out of the Fox TV Stations Group, where the show started in selected markets last January before securing full national distribution in September.