FX’s drama series Nip/Tuck has been sold in off-cable syndication (yep, that’s what off-network syndication is called when a cable series is sold to another cable network). Gay and lesbian-centered channel Logo has acquired the rights to Ryan Murphy’s racy plastic surgery drama in a four-year deal with Warner Bros. Domestic TV Distribution. The agreement covers all 100 produced episodes of the series, which ended its six-season run on FX in March. Nip/Tuck will premiere on Logo in October, running in three-episode batches on one night during primetime. A new stack of episodes will air on the Nip/Tuck-themed night each week, and the seasons will run sequentially.
Separately, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has struck a deal with Netflix, which will stream all 100 episodes of Nip/Tuck, as well as three other Warner Bros.-produced series, Veronica Mars, Pushing Daisies and Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles.
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