’30 Rock’ Alums Set Overall Deal with Universal TV

Josh Siegal and Dylan Morgan

30 Rock” scribes Dylan Morgan and Josh Siegal have inked an overall deal with Universal TV.

Pair are set to develop comedy projects for the studio.

“As their outstanding work on ’30 Rock’ proves, Dylan and Josh are terrific, bright comedy writers,” said Universal TV exec VP Bela Bajaria. “We’re very much looking forward to having them work on new series and developing new material for us at Universal TV.”

Morgan (pictured left) and Siegal are coming off an overall deal with Sony Pictures TV. Past TV credits include “Monk.”

Pair are repped by UTA and attorney Mitch Smelkinson.

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  1. akaufman says:

    These two are not funny. They are also not improvisers, and never worked as comedians – no, they interned for the UCB before they were famous and without those connections they can’t hack it. They just interned for UCB and got those social connections that way and their famous friends just vouch for them, like Bruce WIllis vouches for radioman – they are like radioman – the fake comedy writing team that everyone knows isn’t really funny at all- while the funnier comedians who truly earned their place there do all the real work- why not stop socially covering for these two talentless non-comedians and let them stand on their own without great writers around them, and see if they can make you laugh…seriously – did you see “Welcome to the Family” that got pulled after 6 episodes, or their film debut “Kickin it Ol School” ? totally unfunny- and the bob yard film company went bankrupt 6 months later after producing that Siegal and Morgan lemon-

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