Could Fox network shows find a new home on Miami-Fort Lauderdale TV?

Could renouned Fox TV shows such as “Empire” and “Star’’ find a new home subsequent year in South Florida?

Officials during WSVN-Ch. 7, a longtime Fox associate in a Miami-Fort Lauderdale market, don’t know, as Fox Broadcasting Co. prepares to squeeze The CW associate WSFL-Ch. 39 along with 6 other stations national from Sinclair Broadcast Group.

The Maryland-based Sinclair, that is seeking supervision capitulation to acquire Tribune Media and a 42 stations, announced Wednesday that it has concluded to sell 7 stations to Fox TV’s group. The understanding is approaching to tighten someday in a second entertain or early third entertain and be reviewed by regulators.

Fox hasn’t announced a skeleton for WSFL, that is formed in Fort Lauderdale and broadcasts syndicated shows and renouned CW programs such as “The Flash” and “Arrow.” A Fox orator was not immediately accessible for comment.