U.S. Syndicated Series Page Six TV to Return in Fall 2017


NEW YORK: Page Six TV, a daily show from the New York Post and Endemol Shine North America, will return to FOX following its successful three-week preview last summer, with a U.S. debut set for FOX Television stations in 17 markets.

Twentieth Television, the syndication arm of 20th Century FOX Television, will handle U.S. distribution and barter sales for Page Six TV. The series features the signature style of the Post‘s “Page Six.” The show’s contributors and insiders deliver in-the-know gossip and news from entertainment, culture, the media, finance, real estate and politics.

“With the success of Page Six TV this past summer, we are looking forward to the launch of the show next fall to continue to deliver an entertaining and insightful look at the latest gossip and headlines to a broader audience,” said Jesse Angelo, publisher of the New York Post and executive producer of Page Six TV. “As an extension of the legendary column, Page Six TV is another step in the evolution of the New York Post into a multi-platform media company reaching more than 43 million unique visitors online each month with a vibrant social media presence.”

Frank Cicha, the senior VP of programming for FOX Television Stations, said, “Waiting for someone else to provide first-run, day/date programming for us is a mistake. Several companies pulled together to execute the Page Six TV test, and we saw enough in the finished product to give it a go.”

“We’re thrilled Page Six TV is headed to national syndication with our partners at the New York Post, FOX TV Stations and the team at Twentieth Television,” added Charlie Corwin and Cris Abrego, co-CEOs of Endemol Shine North America. “We are really proud of the preview that our team developed and produced over the summer and we’re now eager to share Page Six TV with the rest of the country.”