This is the goal for any television show. When a show goes into syndication, it means the studio (owner of the show) has sold the broadcast rights to a TV station other than it’s initial airing network. This is usually on a per episode basis and occurs when a series is on its 3-4th season. This is where studios begin to see profits from their television shows. When a network buys a television show from a studio, the cost to purchase the show is usually less than the cost to produce the show. In other words, studios don’t make a profit by selling their shows to the initial network. Profit is usually made when the show goes into syndication…and we’re talking a lot of profit. Usually a station will by multiple season of a particular show as a package. Price of the package can range from $10-000-$850,00 per episode.