"Nip/Tuck," the FX drama series, has been sold by Warner Bros. Domestic TV Distribution to the gay and lesbian-centered cable network Logo in an off-cable syndication deal, reports Nellie Andreeva at Deadline.com.
The deal includes the show’s 100 episodes, with Logo planning on debuting the show in October, the story says. "Nip/Tuck," from "Glee" creator Ryan Murphy, ended a six-season run in March.
In a separate deal, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has signed an agreement with Netflix, which will allow the video service to stream "Nip/Tuck", as well as three other Warner Bros.-produced series: "Veronica Mars," "Pushing Daisies" and "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles," the article says.