EXCLUSIVE: As her comedy-drama The Big C recently wrapped its four-season run on Showtime with a miniseries-style final installment, the series’ creator/executive producer Darlene Hunt is staying in business with its studio Sony Pictures TV. Hunt has signed a new two-year, seven-figure overall deal with Sony TV, where she has been since the 2010 launch of The Big C and under an overall deal since 2011. In addition to her work on The Big C, Hunt has been developing for Sony and sold a comedy to CBS this season. She also stepped in to help on the studio’s NBC series Save Me earlier this year as a showrunner. Hunt, repped by UTA, Mosaic and Joel McKuin, is also an actress and has been recurring on NBC’s Parks And Recreation.
Darlene Hunt Inks New Overall Deal With Sony TV
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