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The Breaking Bad veteran will continue to develop original projects for the studio and will serve as co-ep on Fox’s upcoming midseason drama Rake. Sam Catlin shared a pair of Emmy noms for AMC’s Breaking Bad as Outstanding Drama Series in 2010 and 2012 and won the WGA Award last year. His credits also include Canterbury’s Law, Kidnapped and the comedy feature The Great New Wonderful. Catlin, who also signed a 2-year overall deal with Sony Pictures Television in August 2011, is represented by UTA and attorney Ken Richman. Related: John Eisendrath Re-Ups Sony Overall Deal »
- THE DEADLINE TEAM
Sam Catlin has inked a two-year overall with Sony Pictures TV.
Under the deal, the “Breaking Bad” co-exec producer will continue to develop original projects for the studio, and serve as co-exec producer on Fox’s upcoming drama “Rake.”
Catlin, who previously held an overall at Sony, joined “Breaking Bad” in 2008 as a co-producer. He has also been an executive story editor on Fox’s “Canterbury’s Law,” and story editor on NBC’s “Kidnapped.”
Catlin has also worked in the feature film realm, penning indie comedy “The Great New Wonderful.”
He is repped by UTA and attorney Ken Richman. »
- AJ Marechal
Say this for "Zero Hour": It is not cookie-cutter television.
ABC's new drama, premiering at 8 p.m. Et Thursday (Feb. 14), is a sprawling conspiracy thriller in the mode of "The Da Vinci Code" that involves Nazis, a secretive sect charged with saving the world, an abduction and clocks. Especially clocks.
The series opens in Germany in 1938, where the secretive order of Rosicrucians -- "Christian mystics," as they're described later -- tries to stay a step ahead of the Nazis by pulling what looks like a giant coffin from a watery berth under a church. Members of their order have discovered that the Nazis have figured out a way to create human life without childbirth, which is a signal of the end times. Meanwhile, a dozen clockmakers in their employ are hard at work on their timepieces.
On TV this Thursday: Zero Hour is upon us, Glee walks a core couple down the aisle, Community celebrates Halloween (of course) and we get a big step closer to crowning the next American Idol. As a supplement to TVLine’s original features (linked within), here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
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- Kimberly Roots
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