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Eric and Kim Tannenbaum have signed a multi-year deal with Lionsgate Television Studios to create scripted programming under their Tannenbaum Company production banner, Lionsgate said Monday.
“We’re delighted to partner with Eric and Kim, two of the most gifted and prolific television producers in the industry,” said Lionsgate Television Group chairman Kevin Beggs. “They have shepherded a roster of iconic series and we look forward to working together.”
“We’re thrilled to join Kevin, Sandra [Stern, Lionsgate TV Group president], Chris [Selak, exev vp worldwide TV] and the rest of the Lionsgate team,” said the Tannenbaums in a joint statement.
“Their television business is perfectly aligned with our own approach to creating great programming in an entrepreneurial and talent-friendly environment, and we can hardly wait to contribute to one of the most exciting slates in the industry today,” they added.
The Tannenbaum’s company has been at CBS for the past eight years, and the husband-wife duo have produced shows like “Two And A Half Men,” “The Odd Couple,” “Impastor,” and “Young and Hungry.” Their most recent project is “The Last O.G.”
The Tannenbaum Company is repped by CAA.