Viacom acquiring rights for Seinfeld

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Starting Oct 2021, Viacom will acquire rights for Seinfeld as TBS will lose rights for it. It mentions Paramount, TVLand, and Comedy Central. PopTV might air it if ViacomCBS merger is complete.

Nothing is mentioned for Nick@Nite, which may be a possibility it might air as well.
 

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This could be a bigger deal if Sony buys Viacom.

Of course WB owns ancillary rights to the series. Perhaps they can make some deal to get the actual distribution (but not broadcast) rights back from Sony.
 

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Lowell has talked about such a thing happening for quite a while. Of course Sony could face stiff competition in Charter, who could want to attach the CBS brand to its regional news networks.
 

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Good more time for Big Bang Theory Reruns on TBS, not like they got any other shows to put on the schedule.

Probably going to end up on TV Land, did you know they went off the air when the finale was airing?
 
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