The cable network, which acquired reruns of the critically acclaimed
Intially, Hallmark was airing four episodes of
A Hallmark Channel spokeswoman said the network still believes in the show "whole-heartedly" and "will find the right spot for it very soon."
When Hallmark bought reruns of "The Good Wife," it was part of a three-way deal that also included Amazon's Prime Instant Video service and
While Hallmark hasn't disclosed what it paid for the show, one industry veteran who often buys drama reruns said the price tag was likely between $350,000 and $400,000.
Serialized dramas such as "The Good Wife" often struggle to find audiences in reruns on cable television. However, the emergence of
News of Hallmark's move was first reported by the blog SitcomsOnline.
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