FX’s ‘Sunny’ Headed to Comedy Central

Oct 21, 2009  •  Post A Comment

Comedy Central acquired basic cable off-net rights to FX’s "It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia," marking the first time a cable network has picked up comedy reruns from another basic cable network, Variety reports.

The comedy will join the network’s lineup next summer, even as the show continues to air new episodes on FX.

The Los Angeles Times reports that the episodes went for $400,000 each, plus commercial time that could end up pushing their value to $700,000 per episode, depending on how the ad market is doing.

–Elizabeth Jensen

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