First New Nationally Syndicated Show Secures Fall 2017 Launch

Nov 1, 2016  •  Post A Comment

The first new syndicated TV show to secure an official launch for fall 2017 is “Page Six TV.” The show is on track to launch in national syndication next fall after the New York Post, Endemol Shine North America and the Fox Television Stations group confirmed that the program is moving forward, TVNewsCheck reports.

The celebrity-gossip strip, to be distributed by Twentieth Television, has signed Fox TV Stations in 17 markets — including New York and Los Angeles — to serve as the “launch group” for the show starting in September 2017, the story reports.

The New York Post’s Page Six gossip page provides the framework for the show, along with some personnel both on-air and behind the scenes.

The companies said in a press release: “The first new syndicated program to garner an official launch for fall 2017, ‘Page Six TV’ is set for key access time periods and double runs across the Fox Television Stations.”

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