The executive will oversee development for the “Homeland” creators’ company, in addition to serving as a producer on its projects. The company, formed earlier this year, signed a multi-year overall deal with Sony Pictures Television back in April.
Geller stepped down from his position at CBS in May 2017, making his leave of absence after suffering a “mild heart attack” earlier that year permanent. In the years since, he has been working as an independent producer with a deal at CBS. He was replaced at the network by programming exec Kelly Kahl.
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Gordon and Gansa have collaborated on a number of projects in addition to “Homeland,” including “24,” “The X-Files” and “Beauty and the Beast,” prior