Fox TV Stations Renew ‘TMZ’ and ‘TMZ Live’

Fox Television Stations renewed TMZ and TMZ live, announced Frank Cicha, EVP of programming for FTS. These programs will continue to air on Fox-owned stations, including WNYW New York and KTTV Los Angeles, for two years until the 2024-25 season.

Making the announcement, Cicha said: “Over the past 15 years, TMZ programming anchored our overall first-run, day-and-date strategy. Now that they’re officially part of the Fox family, we look forward to working even more closely with Harvey Levin and his incredible team on this renewal.

Executive directed by Harvey Levin, Charles Latibeaudière and Stuart Alpert, TMZ debuted in 2007 and is now licensed in 200 markets (99% of the US). TMZ live tracked in 2013 and currently airing in 97 markets (75%). TMZ live is produced by Levin, Latibeaudière, Alpert and Ryan Regan. Both programs are produced by EHM Productions Inc. Fox First Run oversees all distribution, program sales, marketing, and affiliate relations.

Levin added: “It’s exciting for two reasons…one being the longevity of the brand, but the second and most important is the support we have received over the years from the station group, which just been amazing. Thanks!”

Rob Wade, President of Alternative Entertainment and Specials at Fox Entertainment, added, “These well-deserved renewals further cement TMZ‘the sand TMZ liveimportant role in circulating viewers in our entertainment programming. In just one year since joining Fox Entertainment, Harvey, his team and their TMZ documentary specials have become full partners for Fox Network, and we look forward to continuing to enjoy continued success with them in parts of access day and prime time.

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