: Jeff Eastin
|TV Title||Networks||Job Title||Company||Status||Season|
|GRACELAND||USA Network||Executive Producer, Show Runner, Creator||Pre Production||2014-2015|
|WHITE COLLAR||USA Network||Executive Producer, Show Runner, Creator||Completed||2014-2015|
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Jeff Eastin, creator and exec producer of USA Network series “White Collar” and “Graceland,” has signed a new overall deal with both 20th Century Fox Television and Fox Television Studios. Under the…
On Tuesday night, Variety’s annual “Night in the Writers’ Room” assembled an eclectic array of scribes from the worlds of comedy and drama for an in-depth discussion at the Writers Guild Theater in…
USA has renewed “Graceland” for a second season, ordering 13 episodes of the hourlong drama for 2014. Series, which is inspired by true events and centers on a SoCal safehouse for undercover agents…
USA has done extremely well by offering what are known as "blue-sky shows," programs with a built-in excuse to showcase breezy beachside locales and buff bodies — usually (and in this case) as a…
USA is very deliberately trying to move a few yards out of its blue-sky comfort zone with its latest original drama "Graceland."
USA Network's "White Collar" returned for the second half of its fourth season Tuesday, down from the season premiere.
For USA Network, 2013 is a laughing matter.
USA Network has solidified its drama bench, giving renewals to a trio of series stalwarts: "Royal Pains," "White Collar" and "Covert Affairs."
USA Network is ordering a pilot from writers Cheryl Heuton and Nicolas Falacci based on a short story from the Elmore Leonard anthology "When the Women Come Out to Dance."
USA Network is going to "Graceland," giving an 11-episode series pickup to the law enforcement drama from "White Collar" creator Jeff Eastin and Fox Television Studios.
Seeking to regain its status as the No. 1 basic cabler in the 18-49 demo, USA used its exec-free upfront to push an expansion in both drama and comedy as well as adding more reality to its mix -- and…