'Rachael Ray' Renewed For Two More Years
The show, which first aired in 2006, is currently reaching about 90 percent of U.S. television homes.
Rachael Ray's daily talk show has been renewed in syndication for two more years by CBS Television Distribution, it was announced Thursday.
The show, which first aired in 2006, is currently reaching about 90 percent of U.S. television homes. It is produced by Oprah Winfrey's Harpo Productions, Scripps Networks and Watch Entertainment. Janet Annino is executive producer.
"Rachael Ray is one of the best brands in the business, and our station clients and advertisers recognize that," said Joe DiSalvo, CTD's president of sales. "We're thrilled to keep a talent like Rachael in the family and extend the show to 10 seasons."
Among those who have renewed are ABC stations in New York, Philadelphia and Raleigh, N.C, CBS Television Stations, Hearst, Post-Newsweek and Sinclair Broadcasting groups.
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