Brad Fulchuk is staying put during 20th Century Fox Television, inking another abounding altogether understanding with a studio after his final three-year agreement in 2013.
The impossibly inclusive executive producer, who shares creator credit on FX anthology American Horror Story and Fox’s Scream Queens, will continue to work on both array (he serves as showrunner on Scream Queens) as good as destiny iterations of new FX launch American Crime Story. The understanding also finds Falchuk focusing on building new projects for promote and cable.
“Brad has been an glorious partner to a studio,” pronounced Fox Television Group authority and CEO Dana Walden. “He is a hugely gifted author and executive who has been constituent to a origination of dual of a many iconic and successful shows in new radio history. We adore operative with him and are really happy that he will continue to call Twentieth Century Fox Television his veteran home.”
Falchuk’s new contributions do not stop during a formerly mentioned series. He also co-created Glee and served as executive author of Nip/Tuck, where he began his career as a staff author and initial started his longtime partnership with Ryan Murphy. Falchuk also is a visit director, helming mixed episodes of Glee during a six-season run and most of a initial deteriorate of Scream Queens.
Though studios seem to be increasingly bashful about signing writer-producers to altogether deals, those behind powerhouse array sojourn an exception. In 2015, Empire producers Lee Daniels and Ilene Chaiken were sealed into identical pacts by 20th Century Fox Television after a drama’s out-of-the-gate success.
The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story is a latest success for Falchuk. The loyal crime miniseries non-stop to FX records, raking in a array premiere best 8.3 million viewers — 4.2 million of them adults 18-49.
Falchuk is repped by WME and profession Michael Gendler.