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Comic-Con: ‘Showrunners’ Docu Getting Day-And-Date Release In October

By | Thursday July 24, 2014 @ 3:40pm PDT

Comic-Con: ‘Showrunners’ Docu Getting Day-And-Date Release In OctoberEXCLUSIVE: The feature documentary about TV creators will arrive in theaters and homes just as the fall season gets into full swing. Submarine Deluxe will send Showrunners into cinemas the same day Gravitas Ventures makes it available on VOD. JJ Abrams, Matthew Carnahan, Jane Espenson, Hart Hanson, Ronald D. Moore, Kurt Sutter, and Joss Whedon are among the powerhouse television creators who appear in Showrunners, the first feature-length film to explore the rising power of the showrunner and the behind-the-scenes process that goes into making a hit show. Appropriately enough, pic includes footage shot at previous Comic-Cons. Showrunners also has an exclusive sneak peek screening set for Friday at Comic-Con, followed by a Q&A with director Des Doyle and co-producer Ryan Patrick McGuffey as well as Mike Royce (Enlisted, Men Of A Certain Age, Everybody Loves Raymond) and Bill Prady (The Big Bang Theory).

The Black Sheep / Romark / Junto Production was financed by the Irish Film Board and via Kickstarter. Producers are John Wallace and Rock Shaink, with co-producer Ryan Patrick McGuffey. Executive producers are Jason Rose, Jimmy Nguyen, and Christof Bove. The acquisition deal was negotiated by Dan Braun of Submarine on behalf of the filmmakers and by Nolan and Brendan Gallagher on behalf of Gravitas.

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Hot Clip: TV Creators Get Their Close-Up In Docu ‘Showrunners’

By | Tuesday April 22, 2014 @ 2:22pm PDT

Wondercon 2014 - Showrunners - Photo By Jonathan ReillyEXCLUSIVE: JJ Abrams, Matthew Carnahan, Jane Espenson, Hart Hanson, Ronald D. Moore, Kurt Sutter, and Joss Whedon are just some of the powerhouse television creators who appear in new docu Showrunners, from writer/director Des Doyle. Pic is the first feature length film to explore the rising power of the TV showrunner and the behind the scenes process that goes into making a hit show. Doyle brought the WonderCon crowds a taste over the weekend, appearing alongside Steven Molaro (The Big Bang Theory), Espenson (Once Upon a Time, Husbands), Steve Callaghan (Family Guy), John Rogers (Leverage, The Librarians), Andrew Kreisberg (Arrow), Rockne S. O’Bannon (Revolution), Marc Guggenheim (Arrow), Chris Carter (The X-Files, The After), and Showrunners co-producer Ryan Patrick McGuffey to unveil a clip from the film, which you can check out exclusively on Deadline below. Read More »

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Comic-Con: TV Docu ‘Showrunners’ Lands Submarine Deal

By | Friday July 19, 2013 @ 2:15pm PDT

EXCLUSIVE: With buzz heating up at Comic-Con over network shows and new series, indie documentary Showrunners is primed to capture the zeitgeist. Director Des Doyle nabbed interviews with some of TV’s biggest and brightest creators, including JJ Abrams (Lost), Joss Whedon (Buffy The Vampire Slayer), Bill Prady (The Big Bang Theory), Hart Hanson (Bones), and Jane Espenson (Once Upon A Time). Submarine Entertainment snatched up US distribution and worldwide sales rights on the Black Sheep Productions pic, which held its own panel today at the pop culture confab. “We are very excited to be working with Des Doyle and the team on their amazing behind the scenes documentary Showrunners, which reveals the seductive, yet terrifying, world of being in charge of running a television show,” said Submarine’s Co-President Dan Braun announcing the deal. “The unprecedented access and attention to detail they achieved in this film is impressive and unique.” Showrunners takes a behind the scenes look at the writing, development, and production side of television from the captain’s chair. Project got its start with backing from the Irish Film Board and a Kickstarter campaign that grew fan interest online. Among the TV heads featured in the film: Matthew Carnahan (House Of Lies), Steven S. DeKnight (Spartacus: War Of The Damned), Chris Downey (Leverage), Mike Kelley (Revenge), Robert and Michelle King (The Good Wife), Ali LeRoi (Everybody Hates Chris), Damon Lindelof (Lost), Ronald D. Moore (Battlestar Galactica), Jeff Melvoin (Army Wives), Jeff Pinkner (Fringe), John Rogers (Leverage), Mike Royce (Men Of A Certain Age), Shawn Ryan (The Shield), David Shore (House M.D.), Janet Tamaro (Rizzoli & Isles), Terence Winter (Boardwalk Empire), and J.H. Wyman (Fringe). Read More »

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Gretchen Berg And Aaron Harberts To Run ABC’s ‘Good Christian Belles’

By | Friday May 13, 2011 @ 10:01pm PDT
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Gretchen Berg and Aaron Harberts have been tapped to serve as executive producers/showrunners on the newly picked up ABC dramedy Good Christian Belles (form. Good Christian Bitches). The gig falls under the duo’s overall deal with ABC Studios. GCB, based on Kim Gatlin’s book, centers on Amanda (Leslie Bibb), onetime “mean girl” in high school who returns home hoping to get a second chance at winning over her old classmates. Berg and Harberts will exec produce alongside the pilot’s writer Robert Harling, Darren Star and Aaron Kaplan. ICM-repped Berg and Harberts most recently worked as executive producers on ABC/ABC Studios’ medical drama Off the Map this past season.They previously served as executive producers/co-showrunners on the NBC medical drama Mercy, as co-exec producers on the ABC dramedy Pushing Daisies and created/executive produced the WB dramedy Pepper Dennis.

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CW’s ’90210′ Taps New Showrunners

By | Thursday May 12, 2011 @ 9:54am PDT
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Writing duo Patti Carr and Lara Olsen have landed their first showrunner gig – they have signed on to executive produce and run the CW’s drama 90210 next year.Carr and Olsen will succeed Rebecca Sinclair who recently left the teen soap, which has been renewed for next season. Once again, the CW went to the talent bench of its own series to recruit a new showrunner for 90210.  Carr and Olsen were most recently co-executive producers on the CW’s praised but short-lived Life Unexpected, while Sinclair was a co-executive producer on Gilmore Girls. Carr and Olsen, repped by CAA and attorney Patti Felker, started off in comedy, with stints on such sitcoms as Reba and ‘Til Death, before segueing to hourlong series, including serving as co-executive producers on Private Practice. The two landed a pilot order in 2009 for their adaptation of the U.K. series Ny-Lon at CBS.

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Warren Leight To Run ‘Law & Order: SVU’

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Warren Leight is returning to the Law & Order franchise as executive producer and showrunner of NBC’s Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. Leight is finalizing a deal to succeed Neal Baer, who, after 11 year at the helm of SVU, is leaving the crime drama at the end of the season to segue into a rich three-year overall deal with CBS TV Studios. With an experienced showrunner like Leight in place, NBC and Dick Wolf have solved one of the two issues SVU faces in its quest for a 13th season. The other is re-signing stars Mariska Hargitay and Chris Meloni, whose deals are up at the end of the season. The two have just started talks with the network, with the pace of the negotiations expected to pick up during the next couple of weeks. Read More »

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Two Drama Pilots Lock In Showrunners

By | Sunday April 3, 2011 @ 11:41pm PDT
Nellie Andreeva

Chase creator/executive producer Jennifer Johnson has joined ABC’s drama pilot Georgetown as executive producer/showrunner. Written by Will Fetters, Georgetown, from Warner Bros and Fake Empire, is an ensemble drama about young Capitol Hill staffers starring Jimmy Wolk. Johnson, repped by WME and attorney Matt Johnson, will exec produce alongside Fetters, Josh Schwartz, Stephanie Savage and Len Goldstein. Mark Piznarski is directing.

Greg Plageman (Cold Case) is set as executive producer/showrunner of CBS’ drama pilot Person of Interest. The WBTV/Bad Robot project, written by Jonah Nolan, stars Jim Caviezel as an ex-CIA agent, presumed dead, who teams up with a reclusive billionaire (Michael Emerson), to prevent violent crimes in New York City. Plageman, repped by WME and attorney Jared Levine, serves as an exec producer with Nolan, J.J. Abrams and Bryan Burk. David Semel is directing. Both Johnson and Plageman are under overall deals at WBTV and worked together on Cold Case and Chase.

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Elizabeth Craft And Sarah Fain Exit CW Pilot ‘Secret Circle’

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EXCLUSIVE: Elizabeth Craft and Sarah Fain have stepped down as executive producers on the CW drama pilot The Secret Circle, based on a three-book series from The Vampire Diaries author L.J. Smith. Under their Warner Bros TV overall deal, the Angel and Dollhouse alums last summer were assigned to supervise writer Andrew Miller in developing the project and serve as showrunners on the potential pilot/series. The project was set up at the CW in October. Then, in January, Kevin Williamson was brought in to rewrite Miller’s script. Williamson’s draft was picked up to pilot, with him serving as executive producer/showrunner.

Craft and Fain have a longstanding relationship with Williamson: they worked on his WB series Glory Days and currently serve as consulting producers on his CW series with Julie Plec The Vampire Diaries. But despite the three having a great shorthand, the feel was that there was duplication of showrunner duties and too many bosses on Secret Circle. Realizing that with Williamson on board, they were no longer needed as showrunners, Fain and Craft opted to move on and focus on development under their deal at WBTV in what was described as an amicable departure. Fain and Craft previously created/executive produced the ABC series Women’s Murder Club and served as showrunners on Dollhouse.

As for Secret Circle, which centers on a California teen (Britt Robertson) who moves to her mom’s hometown of New Salem and discovers that she is a witch, Williamson and Miller are exec producing the pilot with Alloy’s … Read More »

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Paul Lee: Network TV Is Risky Business

By | Monday January 10, 2011 @ 2:55pm PST
Nellie Andreeva

Paul Lee is going to take creative risks, and he is going to empower showrunners, the new ABC president said during the network’s portion of TCA today where he also defined the ABC brand as he sees it: “a smart network with a huge amount of heart and culturally defining shows”

“My real ambition is to make ABC Studios and ABC a real showrunner culture,” Lee said, stressing the fact that he is an ex-showrunner himself.  “From my perspective, the ability to allow showrunners to take risks, and for us to give them the air support that they can do that, is one of the most important parts of my job… So from my perspective, that combination between a potent brand and empowered showrunners can really give us a chance to succeed going forward into the future.”

Early in the morning, ABC announced the early renewal of 6 series, Modern Family, The Middle, Cougar Town, Grey’s Anatomy, Private Practice and Castle. Lee said he wasn’t concerned by the big ratings dropoff for Cougar Town after Modern Family, stressing that the sophomore comedy starring Courteney Cox “has found its voice.”

Unlike the same time last year when Modern Family, The Middle and Cougar Town were handed early renewals, today’s pickup announcement didn’t include any freshman shows, which have largely underperformed. Two first-year shows received praise from Lee. He called Detroit 1-8-7, “a gritty, brilliantly written show which we’re very proud of”, a “very, very high-quality show” that “gets better” and Better with You “a really funny show.” But Lee said he doesn’t expect the network to make any decisions on the future of its freshman shows “for two to three months.” Read More »

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Ed Bernero Takes Over ‘Criminal Minds’ Spinoff & Builds Development Slate

By | Tuesday October 5, 2010 @ 5:35pm PDT
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Ed Bernero will be pulling double Criminal Minds duties this fall. The executive producer & showrunner of the original CBS series will also serve as showrunner on the upcoming Criminal Minds spinoff for the offshoot’s original 13-episode midseason order. Chris Mundy, originally tapped to run the spinoff, is exiting the crime procedural starring Forest Whitaker. Word is Bernero was brought in to bring a steady hand to the spinoff a couple episodes into its production as the network was reportedly not happy with its creative direction. CBS and CBS Studios, which co-produces Criminal Minds with ABC Studios, employ a similar setup on NCIS and NCIS: LA, both run by Shane Brennan. Read More »

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Ryan Murphy And Howard Gordon Join For High-Concept Fox Phobias Drama

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Two of 20th Century Fox TV’s top showrunners, Ryan Murphy and Howard Gordon, have come together to create a new drama project which is in negotiations to land at Fox. The size of the penalty is still being worked out but, given the caliber of the auspices, it is expected to be a put pilot. Murphy and Gordon will co-write and executive produce the untitled project, described as a high-concept character-driven procedural that deals with making people face their worst fears and phobias. It centers on a psychiatrist, “the person people go to when everything else has failed,” Gordon said at the Humanitas Prize luncheon today. The drama will have supernatural elements Read More »

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Secrets Of TV Showrunners Boot Camp

As Sunday’s Emmy Awards telecast approaches, the Writers Guild of America West last night hosted its annual ”Sublime Primetime 2010″. It was a panel discussion with Emmy-nominated TV writer-producers including Carlton Cuse (Lost), Rolin Jones (Friday Night Lights), Mindy Kaling (The Office), Robert King and Michelle King (The Good Wife), Bruce C. McKenna and Robert Schenkkan (The Pacific), and Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuck, and Ian Brennan (Glee). As part of Deadline’s ongoing series on TV’s top showrunners, freelance journalist Diane Haithman examines the WGA’s Showrunners Training Program about making the leap from writer to boss:



The sixth season of the Writers Guild West’s Showrunner Training Program begins January 2011 and is taking applications now. Conducted in partnership with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers, it’s designed to help senior-level writer-producers hone the skills necessary to become successful showrunners in today’s television landscape. But if you want to find about 2010′s boot camp, then you have to first get past the “Cone of Silence”. It seems fitting that the people who make and create TV shows would turn to the sitcom Get Smart to describe the bubble of secrecy that shrouds the popular program. Though voluntary, the pledge to not reveal what happens is vital to the program’s effectiveness. “We’ve only had one instance in five years when something got out of the room, and it was unfortunate but it was the result of an honest mistake,” Jeff Melvoin, showrunner for Lifetime’s Army Wives and one of the founders of the program, tells me. “The reason we have the Cone of Silence is, we want the experience to be meaningful. We have top folks coming in and talking about their experiences, and I think that if people are going to give up six Saturdays and do this program, they deserve the best that we can give them, and that means not pulling any punches.”

While the artistic mission behind the program is making better TV, there’s also another compelling reason: money. Networks and studios are constantly complaining there aren’t enough experienced TV showrunners (creatives who also know how to handle the financial and managerial aspects of putting on their shows). The AMPTP collectively give an estimated $125,000 to $150,000 annually to fund the boot camp. After all, they benefit most from it. The program is one of the most sacrosanct even when the WGA and AMPTP negotiate contracts.

As program co-founder and WGAW president John Wells (E.R., Third Watch, West Wing) tells me: “It’s really kind of a crazy thing, if you think about it – there aren’t too many businesses where somebody writes something, they produce it in the spring [as a pilot episode] and come May 1st somebody says: ‘All right, here’s $26 million – go hire 150 to 200 people and spend it all by sometime next May.’” Wells says that it’s virtually impossible to be just a writer anymore in television. “Some people have done it very successfully, where they’ve found a partner who is willing to take over all the managerial stuff and they are allowed to just sit someplace and write,” says Wells. “But in television, it is certainly the aspiration to reach a point where you are controlling your own material, and feel that you are making decisions about what you are doing – the cast, the music, what the cut looks like.”

Wells and Melvoin formed the program because both believe the apprenticeship system long in place before the word “showrunner” even existed has disappeared. Plus, shows are being given to creators who cut their teeth in the feature film world or, more rarely, playwriting or other writing disciplines. So these creatives were coming to television with a unique vision but no practical experience in the medium. Read More »

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Tracy Poust and Jon Kinnally Ink UMS Deal, Join ‘Love Bites’ As Writing Showrunners

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JonKinnally_TracyPoustFormer Will & Grace executive producers/showrunners Tracy Poust and Jon Kinnally have inked a two-year overall deal with Universal Media Studios. Under the pact, said to be seven-figure per year, the two have joined new NBC/UMS anthology dramedy series Love Bites as executive producers. They will serve as writing showrunners on the show, working alongside executive producers/non-writing showrunners Shelley McCrory and director Marc Buckland. Poust and Kinnally replace Love Bites creator Cindy Chupack who recently stepped down from day-to-day showrunner duties because of personal matters but continues to write for the show.

Under their overall deal with UMS, Poust and Kinnally, who are friends with Chupack, originally planned to consult on Love Bites while focusing on development. But when approached for the showrunner gig, the duo, who spent the last 4 years on ABC’s Ugly Betty, decided to go for it, segueing to another hourlong dramedy and reuniting with Betty co-star Becki Newton, who is the star of Love Bites. Newton, who recently announced she is pregnant, presents one of the challenges Love Bites currently faces as her character is virgin in the pilot. Another challenge is the pending departure of Jordana Spiro who was to topline the series with Newton but her character will be phased out because of the actress’ commitment to TBS’ My Boys. Newton’s baby news and Chupack’s exit from the helm of the show led to NBC’s decision to pull Love Bites from the fall schedule, … Read More »

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Ex-’Dexter’ Showrunner Clyde Phillips Signs Big Overall Deal With Lionsgate Television

By | Sunday June 27, 2010 @ 7:00pm PDT
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Clyde_PhillipsFormer Dexter executive producer/showrunner Clyde Phillips has inked a two-year, seven-figure overall deal at Lionsgate TV. For Lionsgate, this marks a rare pact with a writer-producer not tied to one of the company’s flagship series, like Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner, who is under an overall there, as well as Weeds creator Jenji Kohan and her top lieutenant on the show Matthew Salsberg. But Phillips’ work on Showtime’s Dexter, which he joined after the pilot, as well as his background in both comedy and drama (Phillips also created  the Fox dramedy Get Real and created the NBC comedy Suddenly Susan and the Fox half-hour Parker Lewis) were a major draw, Lionsgate TV president Kevin Beggs said. These days comedy and drama are overlapping on the best cable series,” Beggs said. “And Phillips is the real deal; it’s hard to find people who are not only brilliant writers but can also manage a production.” Read More »

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A.J. Cook Could Make Brief ‘Minds’ Return

By | Monday June 21, 2010 @ 8:22am PDT
Nellie Andreeva

agent_jjCriminal Minds fans launched a massive campaign to bring back co-star A.J. Cook, whose option for next season wasn’t picked up, including setting up an online petition that has gathered more than 35,000 signatures and mailing thousands of lipsticks and file folders to CBS. Well, I hear she might be coming back in the fall but only for one episode. CBS has been firmly standing by its decision to part ways with the actress, and there is no deal in place with her, but I hear showrunner Ed Bernero is behind the idea to get Cook back for one episode so her character JJ’s story could be tied up and given a proper exit. Cook had been largely quiet on the controversy besides tweeting a note to the show’s fans last week, thanking them for their support. Meanwhile, her co-star Paget Brewster is in discussions with CBS over the network’s offer to keep her on the show as a regular but for reduced number of episodes.

CBS’ ‘Criminal Minds’ Cuts Female Cast But Will Add New Female Cast Member; Fans and Co-Stars Back ‘Minds’ Actresses

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EMMYS: The Power Of Timing Show’s Exit

By | Wednesday June 9, 2010 @ 1:03am PDT
Nellie Andreeva

emmyAt the TCA Awards nominations last week, Lost landed three noms: in the top category, program of the year, for best drama series and for the Heritage Award, a category for shows that are no longer on the air. Three of the five nominees in that last category, Lost, 24 and Law & Order, just wrapped their runs. Of them, only Lost landed nominations in the mainstream fields, making a seamless transition from current to classic TV with a strong finish and a solid chance for a good showing at the Emmys. It’s a testament to showrunners Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse.

lost.jpgWhen Lost started losing steam in Season 3, Lindelof and Cuse decided to energize the series by setting an end date. Neither of them had deals for the show beyond that season, and both were prepared to walk away if ABC brass didn’t accept their ultimatum. The network finally agreed and Lindelof and Cuse guided Lost through three solid seasons and a dignified exit for the show, a contrast to a lot of series this year that were cancelled at the 11th hour without a chance for a proper goodbye.

Having the end point in sight is “incredibly liberating,” Lindelof said at the time of the announcement. “Like we’ve been running a marathon and we actually know where the finish line is for the first time.”

Lindelof and Cuse join a very exclusive group of … Read More »

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Comedy Veteran Ira Ungerleider To Run New NBC Series ‘Friends With Benefits’

By | Thursday June 3, 2010 @ 8:00pm PDT
Nellie Andreeva

iraFormer Friends writer-producer Ira Ungerleider has closed a deal to serve as showrunner on another ensemble relationship NBC comedy that has “friends” in the title, midseason series Friends With Benefits. On the single-camera comedy, from 20th TV and Imagine TV, Ungerleider will serve as executive producer alongside the pilot’s director David Dobkin, writers Scott Neustadter and Mike Weber, as well as Brian Grazer, David Nevins and Jeff Kleeman. Additionally, Ungerleider’s deal with 20th TV is said to include a significant blind script commitment. Ungerleider, who created the NBC series Jesse, most recently served as executive producer/showrunner on CBS’ Gary Unmarried. He is repped by UTA and attorney Don Wallerstein.

It’s been a strong upfront for Friends alumni. Former executive producers Shana Goldberg-Meehan and Scott Silveri both landed new series. Goldberg-Meehan’s ABC comedy Better Together in particular is becoming a big Friends reunion. Goldberg-Meehan is executive producing/co-showrunning it with ex-Friends exec producer Greg Malins, while another former Friends exec producer, Adam Chase, serves as a co-executive producer. Meanwhile, Silveri co-created and is executive producing NBC’s Perfect Couples with Jon Pollack who didn’t work on Friends but served as an exec producer on its spinoff Joey. Additionally, Friends co-star Matthew Perry is back with a new comedy series, Mr. Sunshine, on ABC. And Friends co-creator David Crane is behind the new Showtime series Episodes, which stars Matt LeBlanc.

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Disney Channel Renews ‘Wizards’ & Preps ‘Wizards’ Movie Sequel

By | Thursday June 3, 2010 @ 11:17am PDT
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wizardsEXCLUSIVE: Disney Channel has picked up its Emmy Award-winning sitcom Wizards of Waverly Place for a fourth season. The cable channel also has put in development a sequel to Wizards of Waverly Place The Movie, which ranks as cable TV’s second-highest rated scripted telecast of all time. Production on the fourth season of Wizards is scheduled to begin August with new showrunners Vince Cheung and Ben Montanio (Married…with Children). Peter Murrieta who helped launch the series and ran it for the first three seasons, exited in April. Wizards creator Todd J. Greenwald also is an executive producer alongside Cheung and Montanio.
The script for the movie sequel  will be written by Dan Berendsen, who also penned the first film as well as Disney’s Hannah Montana: The Movie and the upcoming Camp Rock 2 The Final Jam. Wizards, which revolves around a family of wizards, stars Selena Gomez, David Henrie, Jake T. Austin, Jennifer Stone, Maria Canals-Barrera and David DeLuise. Disney Channel UK star Gregg Sulkin is set to reprise his recurring guest Read More »

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Ken Sanzel To Run CBS’ ‘Blue Bloods’

By | Monday May 24, 2010 @ 5:23pm PDT
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EXCLUSIVE: Longtime Numbers showrunner Ken Sanzel is coming on board CBS’ new cop drama *Sep 12 - 00:03*series Blue Bloods as showrunner. He is finalizing a deal to executive produce with creators Mitchell Burgess and Robin Green, who will continue to write and be very involved in the show, as well as Leonard Goldberg. Coincidentally, the Tom Selleck-starring Blue Bloods, about a multi-generational family of New York cops, is set to inherit Numbers’ Friday 10 PM time slot this fall. And Sanzel himself was a New York cop before becoming a writer. CBS traditionally teams the creators of its newly picked up series who have limited showrunner experience with seasoned showrunners after the pilot. Last year, it tapped Dee Johnson to run The Good Wife. She exited after the original 13-episode order was completed, with co-creators/executive producers Michelle and Robert King taking over showrunner duties. WME-repped Sanzel, who executive produced and ran Numbers for most of the crime procedural’s six-season run on CBS, is under an overall deal at CBS Studios, which produces Blue Bloods. This development season, he wrote, directed and executive produced the CW pilot presentation Nomads, which, along with medical drama presentation HMS, remains in contention for a midseason order.

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