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'Bones' roller Nathan signs with 20th TV

8 June 2007 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Bones executive producer Stephen Nathan has inked a two-year overall deal with the show's producer, 20th Century Fox Television.

Under the seven-figure pact, which has an option for a third year, Nathan will continue on Bones -- where he serves as No. 2 to creator/showrunner Hart Hanson -- and develop new projects for the studio.

20th TV president Dana Walden praised Nathan for being "such a great partner to Hart" and for "playing a key role in establishing the voice of the show."

"Everyone at the studio loves working with him -- he's funny, he's smart, and his characters just jump off the page," Walden said. "When it comes to the kind of writer we want to be in business with, he is the prototype. He can write comedy, drama, character pieces, procedurals ... he can do it all."

Nathan worked with Hanson on CBS' Joan of Arcadia and followed him on Bones right after the pilot. He was immediately attracted to the project, a light crime drama about a forensic anthropologist (Emily Deschanel) and an FBI agent (David Boreanaz) who become partners to solve old murders. »

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