No phasers, transporters in next project, Biller says
editor. He was upped to co-producer status in 1996; a year later he was named producer. As much as he’s enjoyed working on “Voyager,” Biller said his development will likely avoid the sci-fi genre. “After six years of doing this, I’m looking forward to doing something more contemporary … something that doesn’t have phasers and transporters, as much as I love phasers and transporters,” he said. “Voyager” wraps on April 9, making it unlikely Biller will develop anything for fall 2001; midseason is considered a better bet, barring a writers strike. “Paramount has really been a terrific home for me,” he said. “I’m excited to keep working at the studio that’s kept me employed longer than anything else I’ve worked on.” Under a previous development deal with Par, Biller developed a Fox drama pilot that didn’t get picked up for series and the UPN telepic “The Last Man On Planet Earth.” Prior to “Voyager,” Biller had worked as a scribe on “The X-Files” and on “Beverly Hills, 90210. Deal was brokered by Scott Arnovitz at ICM. Biller is repped by Paul Haas at AMG.