EXCLUSIVE: More than two years after the end of Chuck, two of the cult spy dramedy’s key auspices are reuniting on a new series. Chuck co-creator/executive producer Chris Fedak is returning to Warner Bros. TV, the studio behind the NBC series, with a two-year overall deal. Under the pact, he will join WBTV’s new ABC fall drama Forever, created and executive produced by former Chuck executive producer Matt Miller. Fedak will serve as an executive producer on Forever as well as develop new projects. Forever, from WBTV and Lin Pictures, centers on Dr. Henry Morgan (Ioan Gruffudd), New York City’s star medical examiner who helps solve crimes while trying to solve his inexplicable immortality. Since the end of Chuck, Fedak has sold several projects, including Midnighters, a drama based on the Alloy sci-fi/fantasy book trilogy, which he co-created with fellow Chuck co-creator/executive producer Josh Schwartz for Fox two seasons ago. He recently set up a high-concept drama at NBC through Legendary TV. Fedak is repped by WME, Fuse Management and Bloom Hergott.
Chris Fedak Inks Overall Deal With Warner Bros. TV, Joins New Drama ‘Forever’ As Executive Producer
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