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Reruns can still mean revenue for canceled shows

by Tracey Samuelson Aug 23, 2018
"The Big Bang Theory" will likely remain a moneymaker even after its run on CBS ends.
Actors Mayim Bialik, left, Jim Parsons, Kaley Cuoco and Johnny Galecki from "The Big Bang Theory" attend The Paley Center for Media's 33rd Annual Paleyfest at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles in 2016.
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The afterlife of television

by Adriene Hill Apr 21, 2015
How new homes for old television are remaking the TV landscape.
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'Seinfeld' by the numbers

by Max Bernstein Jul 9, 2014
The "Show About Nothing" put quite a bit of something into its creators' pockets.

How a dead TV show like 'The Office' can live on

by Sally Herships May 15, 2013
A look at the afterlife of a sitcom like "The Office," which ends this Thursday night. Can anything be gained from internet royalties and syndication?