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‘American Housewife’ Cleared in Off-Network Syndication for Fall 2022

A Total of 103 Episodes of the Sitcom Were Produced From 2016 to 2021

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Former ABC sitcom “American Housewife,” which aired from 2016 to 2021, has been cleared by Disney Media Entertainment & Distribution for a fall 2022 launch in off-network syndication on stations representing approximately 85 percent of the country. CBS Television Stations will serve as the launch group and will broadcast the series on 13 of their owned stations across major markets (including WLNY-TV/New York; KCAL-TV/Los Angeles; WPSG-TV/Philadelphia; KTXA-TV/Dallas/Fort Worth; KBCW-TV/San Francisco; WSBK-TV/Boston; WUPA-TV/Atlanta; WTOG-TV/Tampa; KSTW-TV/Seattle; WKBD-TV/Detroit; WBFS-TV/Miami; KMAX-TV/Sacramento; and WPCW-TV/Pittsburgh.

In addition to these CBS Television Stations, the series has also been sold to stations from broadcast groups including Weigel Broadcasting, Nexstar Media Group, E.W. Scripps Company, Hubbard Broadcasting, Hearst Communications, Gray Television, Bahakel Communications, Tegna Media, Lockwood Broadcast Group, Mission Broadcasting, Cox Media Group, Meredith Corporation, NPG Broadcasting and American Spirit Media.

“The syndication marketplace has swiftly embraced the funny and relatable ‘American Housewife’ and we couldn’t be more pleased with the outstanding station clearances secured across the country for fall 2022,” commented Chris Oldre, Executive Vice President, Content Sales, Disney Platform Distribution. “Not only will the show’s dedicated fan base be able to experience it all over again, but new audiences will also be able to watch the Otto family for the first time five days a week.”

“American Housewife” chronicled the daily life of Katie Otto (Katy Mixon), a wife and mother who tries to maintain her sense of self and family while dealing with the wealthy, pretentious, arrogant housewives and their privileged children in her new hometown of . A total of 103 episodes were produced.