In Big Syndication Pacts, ‘Glee’ Is Sold to Oxygen and ‘Modern Family’ to USA

Jun 29, 2010  •  Post A Comment

20th Century Fox TV has signed separate syndication deals for two of its hit shows, "Glee" and "Modern Family," reports Deadline.com

According to the report, " ‘Glee’ will be heading to Oxygen, which we hear is paying mid-six figures per episode, plus airing a 2011 reality show to find the next ‘Glee’ star." 

Having a show as hot as "Glee" on Oxygen is a big deal for the fledgling cable network.

"Modern Family," the report says, "will land at USA Network which until now has been focused on hour long procedurals."

The "Glee" reality show will pit contestants seeking a role on the Fox program, the story says, adding that the Oxygen agreement also includes some extra original "Glee" programming, as well as a station component.

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