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NATPE 2012

FIRSTRUN STRIPS

“America Now”
Distributor: Bellum Entertainment
Producer: Raycom, ITV Studios America
Notebook: Two half-hours back-to-back, hosted by Leeza Gibbons and Bill Rancic. Cash only.

“Jeff Probst”
Distributor: CBS Television Distribution
Producer: CBS Television Distribution
Notebook: One-hour talk featuring Probst. Cash plus barter. Cleared in 80% of the country, including the top 24 out of 25 markets.

“Katie”
Distributor: Disney-ABC Domestic Television
Producer: Disney-ABC Domestic Television
Notebook: One-hour talker starring former “Today” and “CBS Evening News” anchor Katie Couric. Cash plus barter. Cleared in more than 90% of the country.

“Justice for All With Cristina Perez”
Distributor: Entertainment Studios
Producer: Entertainment Studios
Notebook: Two back-to-back half-hours for one-hour blocks. Cash plus barter.

“Steve Harvey”
Distributor: NBCUniversal Domestic Television Distribution
Producer: Endemol USA
Notebook: One-hour talker featuring Harvey’s comedic but real take on relationships and other topics. Cash plus barter. Sold in 85% of the United States.

“Trisha Goddard”
Distributor: NBCUniversal Domestic Television Distribution
Producer: Stamford Media Center & Prods.
Notebook: Sold to the Sinclair Broadcast Group in a two-year deal.

“Baggage”
Distributor: NBCUniversal Domestic Television Distribution
Producer: Comcast Entertainment Studios
Notebook: Half-hour dating game show hosted by Jerry Springer that aired on GSN, sold so far in 70% of the country.

“Bill Cunningham”
Distributor: TBD
Producers: Tribune, ITV Studios America
Notebook: Currently airing on the Tribune-owned and three local TV-owned stations.

“Dish Nation”
Distributor: Twentieth Television
Producer: Studio City Prods.
Notebook: Half-hour strip, culled from the nation’s funniest morning radio shows. Cash plus barter. Cleared in 60% of the country.

“Ricki Lake”
Distributor: Twentieth Television
Producer: Monet Lane Prods.
Notebook: One-hour talker featuring Lake. Cash plus barter. Cleared in 90% of the United States.

OFF-NET SITCOMS (2012)

“Rules of Engagement”
Distributor: Sony Pictures Television
Producers: Sony Pictures Television, CBS Paramount Network Television, Happy Madison Prods.
Notebook: Sold to TV stations covering 99% of the country.

“Are We There Yet?”
Distributor: Debmar-Mercury
Producers: Cube Vision, Revolution Studios
Notebook: Half-hour comedy based on the popular 2005 film of the same name. Cleared in more than 70% of the U.S.

OFF-NET SITCOMS (2013)

“Hot in Cleveland”
Distributor: CBS Television Distribution
Producers: Hazy Mills Prods. and SamJen Prods. in association with TV Land
Notebook: Half-hour sitcom starring Valerie Bertinelli, Wendie Malick, Jane Leeves and Betty White. Cash plus barter.

“Parks & Recreation”
Distributor: NBCUniversal Cable and New Media Distribution/NBCUniversal Domestic Television
Producers: Deedle-Dee Prods., Fremulon, 3 Arts Entertainment and Universal Television
Notebook: Available for cable, digital and broadcast platforms.

“Community”
Distributor: Sony Pictures Television
Producers: Sony Pictures Television, Krasnoff Foster Prods., Russo Bros., Harmonious Claptrap, Universal Media Studios
Notebook: Being shopped to television stations, cable networks and digital distributors for cash plus barter.

“Modern Family”
Distributor: Twentieth Television
Producers: Twentieth Century Fox Television, Lloyd-Levitan Prods.
Notebook: Sold for cash plus barter to TV stations, and for cash to USA Network. Cleared in 95% of U.S.

“The Cleveland Show”
Distributor: Twentieth Television
Producer: Twentieth Century Fox Television
Notebook: Seth MacFarlane’s animated, half-hour “Family Guy” spinoff that follows Cleveland Brown. Cash/barter TBD.

“The Middle”
Distributor: Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution
Producers: Warner Bros. Television, Blackie and Blondie Prods.
Notebook: Warner Bros. is taking the show out for sale this quarter for cash plus barter.

OFF-NET WEEKLY HOURS (2012)

“Blue Bloods”
Distributor: CBS Television Distribution
Producer: CBS Television Studios
Notebook: One-hour drama starring Tom Selleck.

“Castle”
Distributor: Disney-ABC Domestic Television Distribution
Producer: ABC Studios
Notebook: Sold to TNT and being sold to TV stations in all-barter deals.

“Private Practice”
Distributor: Disney-ABC Domestic Television Distribution
Producer: ABC Studios
Notebook: Barter.

OFF-NET WEEKLY HOURS (2013)

“Glee”
Distributor: Twentieth Television
Producer: 20th Century Fox Television
Notebook: One-hour musical comedy. Cash plus barter. Cleared in 90% of the country and on Oxygen.

“White Collar”
Distributor: Twentieth Television
Producer: Fox Television Studios
Notebook: One-hour drama that airs on USA Network. Cash/barter TBD.

NATPE 2012
Congloms chase big footprint | Syndie concerns grow as daytime yakkers stack up | Distribs, stations guard firstrun syndie shows from web | Worthy successors | What’s coming to market | Comedies hit syndie paydirt — for now |

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