Fox’s ‘Cleveland Show’ Rights Jointly Acquired by Adult Swim and TBS for Fall 2013 Debut

Jul 7, 2010  •  Post A Comment

Off-network rights to Fox’s animated program "The Cleveland Show" have been jointly bought by two units of Time Warner’s Turner Broadcasting, Adult Swim and TBS, for a fall 2013 debut, reports B&C.

The show was sold for $500,000 an episode, the article says, citing Variety, which first reported the news [Variety is behind a firewall and may require users to register and/or pay to see its stories]. 

While "The Cleveland Show" has just ended its first season on Fox, it’s already been renewed through its third season, the article says. The program is created and executive produced by Seth MacFarlane, Mike Henry and Rich Appel.

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