New Life for 'Six Feet Under'
Bravo has picked up rerun rights to the Emmy-winning series and will begin airing it later this year. The network's deal allows it exclusive rights to "Six Feet Under" for the rest of the decade.
"'Six Feet Under' represents the artistic, creative and critically acclaimed series that defines Bravo's programming," Bravo President Lauren Zalaznick says. "The phenomenon that hooked so many HBO viewers will be brought back to life on our air."
At its peak, "Six Feet Under" drew better than 5 million viewers per week on HBO. Ratings tailed off in its last couple of seasons, but it was still pulling in around 2 million people per week in its final season -- numbers Bravo would be more than happy to have.
The show stars
Bravo has a history with picking up HBO series, having aired repeats of