Wednesday, May 05, 2010

Ron Moore has a new TV deal

Deadline Hollywood broke the news this week that Ron Moore has signed on with Sony to create new TV work:


Ronald D. Moore has found a new TV home. The Battlestar Galactica creator has inked a two-year overall with Sony Pictures TV to create and executive produce series projects for broadcast and cable through his production company Tall Ship Prods. Moore is coming off three consecutive overall deals at NBC Uni’s Universal Media Studios that were tied to Moore’s services on Syfy’s Battlestar Galactica... Sony is clearly making a push in genre series. The studio recently signed Smallville creators Miles Millar and Alfred Gough to an overall deal.


3 comments:

Nicole Anell said...

Sweet!

(still sad Virtuality didn't become a show)

ProgGrrl said...

Yeah, that was a shame. But I think we can assume that there will always be network folks wanting to work with Moore, for as long as he wants to try making new TV. Stuff to look forward to...

scifiaddict86 said...

Awesome I can't wait to see what he comes up with