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|TV Title||Networks||Job Title||Company||Status||Season|
|GROWING UP FISHER||NBC||Consultant/Consulting Producer||Completed||2013-2014|
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Producer Will Packer has signed his first overall TV deal, inking a two-year pact with Universal TV to develop projects for the studio. “We are excited to work with Will,” said Bela Bajaria, exec…
Comedy writers Brian Bradley and Steven Cragg have inked a two-year overall deal with Universal TV slated to begin mid-June. Pair most recently served as consulting producers on “Scrubs” and “Happy…
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TBS has ordered 10 episodes of comedy "Sullivan and Son," starring comedian Steve Byrne.
Jimmy Fallon can now add author to his resume.