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David Shore Inks Big New 4-Year Overall Deal With Sony Pictures Television

EXCLUSIVE: The Good Doctor creator David Shore has re-upped his overall deal with Sony Pictures Television, extending his long-running relationship with the studio behind the hit ABC medical drama, which was just renewed for a fifth season.

Under the rich new four-year pact, believed to be in the eight-figure range, Shore will continue to executive produce and run The Good Doctor, as well as develop projects for the studio under his Shore Z Production banner.

With the new deal, Shore and Sony TV’s partnership will cross over the decade mark next year, one of the longest current showrunner tenures at Sony — and any TV studio. Other creative talent who have been at Sony TV for a long time include fellow showrunners Vince Gilligan, Shawn Ryan, Josh Berman and Robia Rashid as well as producers Doug Robinson, Neil H. Moritz and Seth Gordon.

Four seasons in, The Good Doctor ranks as the #1 program in the Monday 10 pm hour this season in total viewers (7.0 million) and as the #1 entertainment series among Adults 18-49 (1.1 rating/7 share, most current). It has been among Sony TV’s most commercially successful and globally popular scripted series over the past couple of decades.

For Shore, The Good Doctor followed another massive medical drama hit, House, which he also created, executive produced and ran. The Universal TV-produced series aired for eight seasons on Fox. Shortly after House ended its run in 2012 with a series finale written and directed by Shore, he moved to Sony TV, signing the first of a

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