EXCLUSIVE: Modern Family executive producer Bill Wrubel will be leaving the Emmy-winning comedy series at the end of this season for a three-year overall deal at Warner Bros. Television. Under the pact, he will develop new television projects for network and cable. Wrubel has been on ABC/20th TV’s Modern Family since after the pilot, joining as a co-executive producer and serving as an executive producer for the past three seasons. Wrubel is one of several Modern Family executive producers whose deals are coming up this season. Danny Zuker and Paul Corrigan & Brad Walsh recently re-signed with 20th TV. Wrubel, repped by CAA and attorney Ken Richman, shared in Modern Family‘s four consecutive best comedy series Emmy wins. He previously worked on other well received series, ABC’s Ugly Betty and Sports Night and NBC’s Will & Grace.
‘Modern Family’ Executive Producer Bill Wrubel Inks Deal With Warner Bros. TV
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