Black-ish co-executive producer Corey Nickerson has extended her overall deal with ABC Studios for three more years, through 2019. Nickerson joined the studio in summer 2014 with a two-year overall deal. Under the pact, she joined ABC Studios’ comedy series Black-ish after the pilot and has served as a co-executive producer on ABC’s breakout family comedy for the past two years. Under her new deal, Nickerson will continue on Black-ish where she will be elevated to executive producer in the upcoming third season. Additionally, she will develop new projects for broadcast, cable, and streaming services.
Before joining ABC Studios, Nickerson co-created and co-wrote with Fresh off The Boat and Don’t Trust the B— creator Nahnatchka Khan the Fox comedy pilot Fatrick and served as a co-executive producer on Don’t Trust the B—. Her credits also include Scrubs and My Boys. Nickerson’s first scripted series staff writing job was on Fox’s The Bernie Mac Show.
She is repped by CAA and Michael L. Schenkman.