“Medium” creator Glenn Gordon Caron has reupped with CBS TV Studios for a two-year overall deal.

Caron, whose credits also include “Moonlighting” and “Now and Again,” will focus on development. He’s working on a new project, but the studio would not reveal specifics.

Between “Medium” and “Moonlighting,” Caron has established the kind of track record that makes him an in-demand showrunner. “Medium” wrapped up earlier this year after a seven-season run that began on NBC before switching to the Eye in 2009.

Caron has a long history with CBS TV Studios and its previous incarnations going back to when the studio was still known as a Paramount-branded division. He’s been there on and off since 1992.

Before his breakthrough with “Moonlighting” in 1985, Caron wrote for series including “Remington Steele” and “Taxi.”

He last developed a pilot for CBS in 2008, “The Meant to Bes,” which didn’t go forward.

Caron is repped by WME and Bryan Wolf and Skip Brittenham of Ziffren Brittenham.