Getting ready for its syndication debut next year, a Fox comedy has reached a milestone. Deadline.com reports that "Raising Hope" has been sold in more than 180 markets, reaching 80% of the country.
The comedy will debut in the top 10 U.S. markets, including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and Dallas, the story adds.
The series had already been sold in cable syndication to FXX and CMT, and now has new clearances including stations owned by Sinclair and Lin Broadcasting.
The show’s fourth season is set to premiere Nov. 15 on Fox. Twentieth Television is distributing it in syndication.