No surprise that My Name is Earl is on the bubble for next season because of its ratings, but what’s interesting (assuming this isn’t an April Fool’s joke) is that it may be headed to Fox.

From Nikki Finke’s Deadline Hollywood Daily:

The 20th Century TV show’s producers are resisting the drastically reduced licensing fee they’re being offered. So word is that Kevin Reilly could pick up the show, which he originally developed when he was NBC Entertainment prez, for the Fox network, where he is now.

Click the link for the rest of her story.

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