List of Step By Step Characters - Syndication

Syndication

In September 1995, Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution began distributing Step by Step for broadcast in off-network syndication.

In the United States, reruns of the series aired on ABC Family from 2001–2010, and became one of the cable channel's longest-running off-network syndicated programs in its history. Reruns began in 2001 (on what was then known as Fox Family), airing in various timeslots during its run ranging from late afternoon to the morning hours. For much of its run on the channel, Step by Step aired twice daily in an hour-long block, but by early 2009, weekday reruns had been reduced to a single airing on weekdays (at 9 a.m./ET, as the lead in to the CBN-produced Living the Life). However, for several months afterward, episodes continued to be double-run on weekend mornings until September 2009, when it was replaced by Sabrina, the Teenage Witch and family-oriented movies. On March 26, 2010, ABC Family's contract expired after less than nine years, and Step by Step was replaced by Grounded for Life in its 9 a.m./ET weekday timeslot). The series has not been seen on American television since.

Throughout its run on ABC Family, the tag scene was generally omitted, replaced by marginalized credits to allow the airing of promos for ABC Family programming, even though the shorter instrumental version of the show's theme was heard over the closing credits for all episodes only during the first season and most episodes from season two onward replaced the instrumental theme with a tag scene over the closing credits.

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