Twentieth Television has cleared off-NBC sitcom My Name is Earl in more than 80% of the country for fall 2009, said Bob Cook, Twentieth Television's president and COO on Wednesday.
That increases the show's clearance list to more than 100 markets, including Fox-owned WNYW/WWOR New York, KTTV/KCOP Los Angeles, WFLD/WPWR Chicago, KRIV/KTXH Houston and KDFW/KDFI Dallas.
Additional stations picking up the show include KTVU San Francisco; WOIO/WUAB Cleveland; KTXL Sacramento; WPGH/WPMY Pittsburgh; WCCB Charlotte; WLFL/WRDC Raleigh-Durham, NC; WZTV/WUXP Nashville; WSYX/WTTE Columbus, Ohio; WSTR Cincinnati; WXMI Grand Rapids, Mich., and WABM/WTTO Birmingham.
Created and written by Emmy-Award winner Greg Garcia, My Name Is Earl is executive-produced by Garcia and Bobby Bowman. The series is produced by Amigos de Garcia and Twentieth Century Fox Televisio and distributed by Twentieth Century Fox Television Distribution.
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