Warner Bros. TV Close to Signing Chuck Lorre to Another Overall Deal Deadline
Warner Bros. TV is close to renewing "another rich overall deal" with Chuck Lorre, the creator of "Two and a Half Men," reports Deadline.com.
Ten years ago, Lorre was toward the end of another pricey overall deal with WBTV that hadn't created a series, leading to questions about his future with the studio, the article points out. But Lorre created "Two and a Half Men" toward the end of that deal.
"No questions this time around," the story adds.
The deal will extend for four years, a length only given to top writer-producers such as J.J. Abrams and Greg Berlanti. The deal also includes a feature component with WBTV's movie studio sibling, a first for Lorre, the piece adds.