WBTV, which first signed with Lindelof in 2012, produces his HBO drama “The Leftovers,” which was the first series to be brought to the pay cable net from an outside studio. The Justin Theroux starrer was handed a second season renewal last summer.
Before signing with Warner Bros., Lindelof had a deal with ABC Studios, which produced “Lost” for its six seasons. There, he also helped develop “Once Upon a Time.”
Over on the film side, Lindelof has Disney’s sci-fi feature “Tomorrowland,” starring George Clooney and Britt Robertson, hitting theaters on May 22.