Jenny Lumet
Dan Doperalski for Variety
United States
2022

25 Stories

Jenny
Lumet

Lumet’s drama “Clarice” debuted on CBS in 2021, the same year she signed a four-year overall deal with CBS Studios. The producer got her start as the writer of the big-screen “Rachel Getting Married” before turning to series writing and production. After serving as executive producer on “Star Trek: Discovery” and co-creator and showrunner on Showtime series “The Man Who Fell to Earth,” starring Chiwetel Ejiofor, she moved on to her latest effort in the “Star Trek” universe: “Star Trek: Strange New Worlds,” a spin­off of flagship Paramount+ series “Star Trek: Discovery” that’s led by Anson Mount. With writing partner Alex Kurtzman, Lumet joined with CBS Studios to launch production company 25 Stories, built around bringing prestige television by writers of color to the marketplace.  

Career

  • STAR TREK: DISCOVERY
  • STAR TREK: STRANGE NEW WORLDS
  • THE MMAN WHO FELL TO EARTH

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'Clarice' Co-Creator Jenny Lumet Sets CBS Studios Overall Deal

'Clarice' Co-Creator Jenny Lumet Sets CBS Studios Overall Deal

Jenny Lumet has signed a four-year overall deal with CBS Studios.According to an individual with knowledge of the situation, the deal is in the eight-figure range. Lumet most recently co-created the CBS drama series "Clarice," on which she also serves as an executive producer.“I feel genuine support and creative partnership at CBS Studios,” said Lumet. “It means the world to me that I can continue to work in so many different genres and know they're behind me all the way....

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