Director Julie Anne Robinson has closed a one-year development deal with ABC Studios, which includes a blind pilot directing commitment for the studio and ABC. Brit Robinson helmed the pilot for ABC’s upcoming comedy series How To Live With Your Parents For The Rest Of Your Life and previously directed the pilot for ABC’s Wednesday comedy The Middle. Robinson’s episodic credits include another ABC series, Suburgatory, as well as Weeds and Big Love. On the feature side, the former theater director has helmed One For The Money and The Last Song. She is with UTA, 3 Arts and U.K.’s Talent Group.
Julie Anne Robinson Signs Development Deal With ABC Studios
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