New Line TV Offering ‘Lost World’ in Syndication

Feb 16, 2006  •  Post A Comment

Time Warner’s New Line Television is offering its 1990s first-run action series “Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s the Lost World” for syndication for fall 2006. Fifty-two episodes of the hour-long program will be introduced on a barter-only basis in what New Line in a release called “station-friendly terms.”

The creation of Time Warner and CBS Corp.’s new network The CW and the end of The WB and UPN appear to be factors in New Line’s offering the series to stations starting this fall.

“This show answers the needs of the numerous stations who have contacted us over the past few weeks,” said Vicky Gregorian, senior VP and national sales manager for New Line, said in a statement. “They are looking for entertaining, action-packed hours for fall.”