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‘Big Bang Theory’ Sets Record Syndication Deal

‘Big Bang Theory’ Sets Record Syndication Deal


Cable giants TBS and Fox both purchased rights to play ‘Big Bang Theory’ repeats on their networks, and they didn’t come cheap. It is being reported that the episodes came at a cost of $1.5 million an episode, which means the multi-camera sitcom “set a record price.” This also surpasses the previous record set by FX of $800,000 for the syndication rights to “Two and a Half Men.” ‘Big Bang Theory’ is the highest-rated comedy on TV for adults aged 18-49.

Repeats will begin airing in the fall of 2011.

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