Medium may be gone, but series creator/executive producer Glenn Gordon Caron is staying put at CBS TV Studios with a new two-year overall deal. The new seven-figure pact with CBS, where Caron is very well liked, will extend his relationship with the studio to two decades. The focus of the deal will be on developing new projects, starting with the upcoming broadcast development cycle. Moonlighting creator Caron, repped by WME, previously created and executive produced CBS Studios’ (then Paramount Network TV) praised but short-lived series for CBS Now and Again. He went on to create and executive produce the supernatural crime procedural Medium, which ran on NBC and CBS for a combined seven seasons and made a lot of money for CBS Studios via its rich off-network deal with Lifetime.
Glenn Gordon Caron Re-Ups With CBS TV Studios
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