Carsey-Werner’s feelin’ all right about “That ’70s Show” writer/producer Linda Wallem, who has signed an exclusive two-year deal with the indie production house.
Wallem’s groovy pact includes the creation of a new Carsey-Werner series. She has also been named executive producer of Fox’s “That ’70s Show,” along with series creators Mark Brazill and Bonnie and Terry Turner.
Wallem previously hung out as co-executive producer of “That ’70s Show,” which she joined in 1998. Before that, she was co-executive producer on Carsey-Werner’s “Cybill.”
The scribe joined “Cybill” as a story editor in 1995. Wallem also both served as a staff writer and performed on C-W’s “She-TV,” where she first worked with the Turners, who created that sketch series.
As an actress, Wallem has appeared in “Sleepless in Seattle,” “Love Affair,” “Seinfeld” and “Cybill.”
Wallem is repped by CAA and James Mandelbaum of Armstrong, Hirsch, Jackoway, Tyerman & Wertheimer.