Debmar-Mercury

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Debmar-Mercury is a television syndication company that is a wholly owned subsidiary of Lionsgate, and was formed from a merger of Debmar Studios and Mercury Entertainment in 2006.wikipedia
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Lionsgate

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Debmar-Mercury is a television syndication company that is a wholly owned subsidiary of Lionsgate, and was formed from a merger of Debmar Studios and Mercury Entertainment in 2006.
It owns a variety of subsidiaries such as Summit Entertainment, Debmar-Mercury, and Starz Inc.

CBS Television Distribution

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In April 2019, Debmar-Mercury moved its advertising sales deal to CBS Television Distribution Media Sales.
The company is also responsible for international television distribution rights to series by Rysher Entertainment including certain HBO series through its CBS Studios International division, and advertising sales representative for Lionsgate's Debmar-Mercury division.

20th Television

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On January 11, 2007, 20th Television picked up ad-sales for select Debmar-Mercury series in syndication.
The company also syndicates and/or co-syndicates product from partners such as Regency Television and Debmar-Mercury (until April 2019).

ALF (TV series)

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The United States syndication rights are currently owned by Debmar-Mercury as its parent company, Lionsgate, now owns home video rights.

The Wendy Williams Show

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The Wendy Williams Show is distributed by Debmar-Mercury, the show aired starting July 14, 2008 in select major U.S. markets and July 13, 2009 nationwide.

Family Feud

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In November 2006, the company was awarded the syndication rights to Family Feud starting in the 2007–2008 season, and industry rumors suggested that the company could also syndicate some classic Goodson-Todman shows.

The Jeremy Kyle Show (American TV series)

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The program was a co-production of ITV Studios' U.S. subsidiary, ITV Studios America and Debmar-Mercury, which served as distributor for the U.S. version while ITV kept all international rights.

South Park

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Broadcast syndication rights to South Park were acquired by Debmar-Mercury and Tribune Entertainment in 2003 and 2004 respectively.

Celebrity Name Game (American game show)

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The series was later picked up by FremantleMedia and Debmar-Mercury as a syndicated series for 2014 with Ferguson, who left The Late Late Show on December 19, 2014, remaining as host as well as an executive producer.

Tosh.0

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Syndication ad-sales and distribution were done through syndicators Debmar-Mercury and CBS Television Distribution.

Big Lake (TV series)

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Three shows have thus far failed to reach the ratings threshold for a 90-episode renewal, namely Comedy Central's 2010 series Big Lake, which was produced by Funny or Die co-creators Will Ferrell and Adam McKay, and the 2014 FX sitcoms Saint George and Partners.

Partners (2014 TV series)

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Three shows have thus far failed to reach the ratings threshold for a 90-episode renewal, namely Comedy Central's 2010 series Big Lake, which was produced by Funny or Die co-creators Will Ferrell and Adam McKay, and the 2014 FX sitcoms Saint George and Partners.

Anger Management (TV series)

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On October 27, 2011, it was announced that FX had picked up the series with an initial ten-episode order which, if successful, FX would then order an additional 90 episodes under a syndication model crafted by Debmar-Mercury.

Saint George (TV series)

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Three shows have thus far failed to reach the ratings threshold for a 90-episode renewal, namely Comedy Central's 2010 series Big Lake, which was produced by Funny or Die co-creators Will Ferrell and Adam McKay, and the 2014 FX sitcoms Saint George and Partners.

American Chopper

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Are We There Yet? (TV series)

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The series is being distributed by Debmar-Mercury.

Deadliest Catch

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Meet the Browns (TV series)

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Schitt's Creek

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In 2018, Debmar-Mercury, a division of Lionsgate, acquired the U.S. syndication rights to Schitt's Creek. The series is scheduled to debut in syndication on Fox Television Stations throughout the U.S. during the Fall 2020 television season.

Lionsgate Television

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*Debmar-Mercury, a syndication firm acquired by Lionsgate in 2006.

BoJack Horseman

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Subsidiary

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Debmar-Mercury is a television syndication company that is a wholly owned subsidiary of Lionsgate, and was formed from a merger of Debmar Studios and Mercury Entertainment in 2006.

The Walt Disney Company

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Debmar-Mercury's history begins on October 31, 1993, when Mort Marcus founded Debmar Studios, with financial backing from The Walt Disney Company (where he had worked as senior vice president of sales at its Buena Vista Television syndication arm).