‘Young Sheldon’ Set For Broadcast Off-Network Syndication This Fall, Clearing 90% of the Country

‘Young Sheldon’ Set For Broadcast Off-Network Syndication This Fall, Clearing 90% of the Country
Young Sheldon” is set to launch in off-network broadcast syndication this fall, WarnerMedia confirmed on Monday. The comedy, which has already entered cable syndication, will be seen in major markets via the Nexstar station group and has been cleared in more than 90% of the country.

Nexstar’s stations include Wpix New York, Ktla Los Angeles and WGN Chicago. “Young Sheldon,” which debuted in September 2017 as a prequel to the hit comedy “The Big Bang Theory,” will have approaximately 83 episodes in its library when the show launches its five-nights-a-week strip later this year. Warner Bros. Domestic TV Distribution did not share terms, but it’s a cash plus barter deal.

Other station groups picking up “Young Sheldon” include Sinclair, CBS, Hearst, Gray, Tegna, Scripps, Cox, Meredith, Graham, Weigel, Allen Media, Sunbeam, News-Press, Londen Media, Griffin, Lockwood and Morris.

Young Sheldon” previously entered a non-exclusive cable syndication deal with ViacomCBS; the show
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