20th Clears 'Earl,' Won't Renew 'Morning'

Krukowski, Andrew
January 2009
Television Week;1/12/2009, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p6
Trade Publication
The article reports that the TV program "My Name Is Earl" has cleared 47% of the country for next season in off-net syndication, including nine of the top 10 markets. The sitcom has sold to Fox Television Stations in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and Dallas, as well as stations owned by CBS, Tribune, Hearst-Argyle, Peachtree TV and Sinclair.


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