Sarah Timberman and Carl Beverly have inked a new multiyear deal at CBS TV Studios, Variety has confirmed.
For their Timberman/Beverly Productions banner, the pair will continue to exec produce their existing series, plus develop new projects for the network, cable and digital, under the new pact, first reported by Deadline. Timberman and Beverly have been with CBS TV Studios since 2010.
Currently, Timberman/Beverly Productions is behind “Elementary” and “The Odd Couple” at CBS; “Masters of Sex,” which returns for season three this summer on Showtime; “Hindsight,” which was renewed for season two on VH1; “Unforgettable,” which was revived for season four on A&E; and “Justified,” which just concluded its six seasons at FX.
The duo also have a pilot in contention over at CBS with legal drama “Doubt,” starring Laverne Cox and Kadee Strickland.
“Sarah and Carl are prolific producers with a track record of success across broadcast, cable and pay television,’ said David Stapf, president of CBS TV Studios, in a statement. “Their combination of leadership skills, creative tastes and great relationships in the writing community make them one of the best producing teams in the business.”
Timberman is repped by CAA and Ernie Del and Jeff Finkelstein. Beverly is repped by CAA and Bruce Gellman.