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Shane Brennan signs new NCIS deal

Australian writer / producer Shane Brennan has signed a new deal to remain at the helm of NCIS and NCIS: Los Angeles.

Australian writer / producer Shane Brennan has signed a new deal with CBS Television Studios to remain at the helm of NCIS and NCIS: Los Angeles.

Brennan, whose earlier work includes McLeod’s Daughters, Good Guys Bad Guys, All Together Now, The Flying Doctors, Embassy and Special Squad, has signed a three year deal, reportedly in “the low eight figures.” He will continue to serve as an EP on both dramas.

Co-Executive Producer Gary Glasberg has also signed a three-year deal in the low seven figures, will continue as an exec producer and act as day-to-day showrunner on NCIS.

Brennan recently spoke at the Australian Screenwriters’ Conference held at Phillip Island and will also mentor three Aussie writers to become Showrunners on their very own drama projects with Playmaker Video.

Source: Hollywood Reporter

8 Responses

  1. Has anyone else noticed the young woman who I have glimpsed not far from the vicinity of Gibb’s team area. She is I would believe to be an extra whose role is to look as though she is working but instead I have seen her facing Gibb’s office and watching the actors performing. Does she believe that no-one can see her doing what she is being paid not to do?

    Regarding Director Vance. I miss Jenny but I think Vance is great in his role. And I hope that he stays in that role for a very long time.

  2. I’m both pleased and concerned by this, I’m glad he’s staying because he’s obviously been a driving force behind making the show great. I’m concerned because I don’t want NCIS to go on so long it turns into drival. I want NCIS to go out on top because everyone involved deserves that.

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