Lana Cho Inks Overall Deal With 20th Television

Lana Cho Inks Overall Deal With 20th Television

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12/2/2021 1:17:00 AM

Lana Cho Inks Overall Deal With 20th Television

Writer-producer Lana Cho is expanding her relationship with 20th Television with a multi-year overall deal. Under the pact, Cho will create her own content, as well as supervise other writers’…

I Know What You Did Last Summerfor Amazon. Her other credits includeFour Weddings and a Funeral, Timeless, Falling Water, Minority ReportandOn the features side, Cho is developing her adaptation of K-pop rom-comSomewhere Only We Knowfor Netflix, based on the novel by Maurene Goo.

“I’ve been fortunate enough to develop several projects with 20th TV and have found them to be dream creative partners. I’m humbled and thrilled to officially make Disney my home,” said Cho. “Having started my writing career in the Disney ABC Writing Program, this feels like a full circle moment! I want to thank Karey, Carolyn [Cassidy], Michelle [Mendelovitz], and Taylor [Morgan] for their continued support and trust. I’m looking forward to working with them to create content that not only entertains but also moves and inspires.”

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