'Three' creator to develop shows under $1.2 mil pact
Paramount Network TV has inked a two-year overall deal with Evan Katz, creator and executive producer of last season’s WB netlet drama “Three.”
Katz, whose deal is worth about $1.2 million, is charged with creating, developing and producing drama series for the studio under his Rego Park Film and TV banner.
Katz is already developing two network series. CBS has ordered a script for the comedic family drama “Half and Half,” while Fox has ordered a script for a midseason police fantasy drama called “Special Unit 2.”
Katz was also co-producer of CBS’ “JAG” and he co-wrote the Showtime telefilm “Love Matters.” He also worked on “The Commish” and “My Life and Times.”
His deal was announced by Par Network TV prexy Garry Hart and was brokered by Endeavor.