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30 Rock's Josh Siegal and Dylan Morgan seal deal with Sony Pictures Television

8 May 2012 2:21 AM, PDT | Upcoming-Movies.com | See recent Upcoming-Movies.com news »

Supervising producers of 30 Rock Dylan Morgan and Josh Siegal have signed a two-year deal with Sony Pictures TV Variety reports that the deal allows them to stay with NBC Universal's 30 Rock for the remainder of its 13 episodes next season, then they're off to Sony for to develop new projects. Siegal and Morgan have worked on 30 Rock for the past three seasons. Prior to that, they worked on Monk as well as Dog Bites Man and Crossballs: The Debate Show. They also tried their hand at film scripting for Harvey Glazer's less-than-well-received Kickin It Old Skool, writing along with Trace Slobotkin. Jamie Kennedy starred in that pic »

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30 Rock's Josh Siegal and Dylan Morgan seal deal with Sony Pictures Television

8 May 2012 2:21 AM, PDT | Upcoming-Movies.com | See recent Upcoming-Movies.com news »

Supervising producers of 30 Rock Dylan Morgan and Josh Siegal have signed a two-year deal with Sony Pictures TV Variety reports that the deal allows them to stay with NBC Universal's 30 Rock for the remainder of its 13 episodes next season, then they're off to Sony for to develop new projects. Siegal and Morgan have worked on 30 Rock for the past three seasons. Prior to that, they worked on Monk as well as Dog Bites Man and Crossballs: The Debate Show. They also tried their hand at film scripting for Harvey Glazer's less-than-well-received Kickin It Old Skool, writing along with Trace Slobotkin. Jamie Kennedy starred in that pic »

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