Brooklyn Nine-Nine co-creator/exec producer Dan Goor has signed a new two-year overall deal with the studio behind the Fox cop comedy, Universal TV where fellow Brooklyn co-creator Mike Schur also is under an overall deal. “Dan Goor is a gifted writer and show-runner who has delivered for us in a big way with our critically acclaimed and growing hit Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” said Uni TV’s Bela Bajaria. Under the deal, Goor will continue to exec produce Brooklyn Nine-Nine, which won the Golden Globe for best TV comedy series earlier this year. The series has been renewed for a second season. Goor previously served as executive producer on NBC’s Parks & Recreation, sharing in the series best comedy series Emmy nomination in 2011. Before that, Goor, repped by UTA and attorney PJ Shapiro, spent five seasons as a writer on Late Night With Conan O’Brien. Goor began his career as a staff writer on The Daily Show for three seasons.
Dan Goor Inks Overall Deal With Uni TV
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