Fox's WPWR-TV and stations owned by Tribune, Sinclair, and Local TV have picked up the second syndicated cycle of Bones from Twentieth Television.
The procedural drama has been a solid ratings performer during its weekend runs in syndication and continues to perform solidly on Fox's Thursday night schedule, beating FlashForward and NBC's combo of Community and Parks and Recreation. Bones is currently in its fifth season.
All in all, the second cycle of Bones has cleared 70 percent of the country, which begins in September 2011.
In addition to WPWR, Bones' second cycle has been cleared by other Fox-owned stations including WWOR-TV in New York, KCOP-TV in Los Angeles and WTXF in Philadelphia. Other clearances include WTTV/WXIN in Indianapolis, WCGV/WVTV in Milwaukee, WDAF in Kansas City, and KTVI in St. Louis.
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Bones airs Saturday nights at 7 p.m. and 8 p.m. on WPWR.