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Howard Gordon Launches Production Company Based at 20th Century Fox TV – by Nellie Andreeva
Homeland co-creator/executive producer Howard Gordon has launched Teakwood Lane, a production company housed at 20th Century Fox TV where the former24 showrunner has spent nearly his entire career. The pod deal for Teakwood Lane replaces Gordon’s overall deal at the studio. Gordon continues as an executive producer on the critically-praised Homeland alongside co-creator/showrunner Alex Gansa, and will focus on developing and overseeing new series for all the networks, both broadcast and cable…
A 25-year industry veteran, WME-repped Gordon first gained attention for his work on the hit Fox/20th TV series The X-Files and was the showrunner and executive producer of 24 for which he received both the Golden Globe and the Emmy for Best Drama Series. His other credits include Angel, Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Beauty And The Beast, Sisters and Spenser: For Hire.