‘Working’ team reups for 3 at NBC

Multimillion-dollar development deal

Michael Davidoff and Bill Rosenthal, exec producers and creators of NBC’s comedy series “Working,” have extended their pact with NBC Studios in a three-year, multimillion-dollar development deal.

Davidoff and Rosenthal began their professional relationship as executive story editors on “Pacific Station” for NBC. They served in a similar capacity for the second half-season of CBS’ “The Golden Palace.”

In 1995 the two produced “Platypus Man” and during the 1995-96 season became supervising producers on NBC’s “The John Larroquette Show.” Last year they exec produced the web’s “The Single Guy.”

Davidoff and Rosenthal were repped by ICM’s Dianne Fraser and Nancy Josephson and attorney Ira Schreck of Frankfurt, Garbus, Klein & Selz.

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