NBC Universal Domestic Television Distribution announced that “30 Rock” has been sold to Fox O&Os and Tribune Television stations in major markets for off-network syndication.
The hit series from Broadway Video & Little Stranger, Inc. in association with Universal Media Studios, will make its syndication debut in fall 2011.
“30 Rock” has been sold to the Fox Television Stations and Tribune Broadcasting stations in the nation’s top markets, including WNYW-TV New York (Fox), KTTV-TV Los Angeles (Fox), WGN-TV Chicago (Tribune) and WPHL-TV Philadelphia (Tribune).
Additional Fox stations include KDFW-TV/KDFI-TV Dallas, KRIV-TV/KTXH-TV Houston, KSAZ-TV/KUTP-TV Phoenix, WOFL-TV/WRBW-TV Orlando and KMSP-TV/WFTC-TV Minneapolis. Tribune stations that have also acquired “30 Rock” include WDCW-TV Washington D.C., KCPQ-TV/KMYQ-TV Seattle, KRCW-TV Portland, WSFL-TV Miami, KSWB-TV San Diego, KTXL-TV Sacramento, WXMI-TV Grand Rapids, WPMT-TV Harrisburg and WNOL-TV/WGNO-TV New Orleans.
“We are thrilled with the reaction from the marketplace, which has exceeded even our own aggressive expectations and clearly the market has recognized the quality writing, the outstanding ensemble cast and the overall tremendous appeal that ’30 Rock’ delivers. Our partners at Tribune, Fox and beyond are all eagerly anticipating ’30 Rock’s’ arrival to their lineups in fall 2011,” said Barry Wallach, President, NBC Universal Domestic Television Distribution.