'Kimmy Schmidt's' Robert Carlock Re-Ups at Universal Television (Exclusive)

The '30 Rock' alum has inked a new two-year overall deal with the studio.
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Universal Television is keeping Robert Carlock in house.

The studio has inked a new two-year overall deal with the three-time 30 Rock Emmy winner, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

Carlock, who most recently produced ABC's Universal TV Family Fortune pilot starring Fortune Feimster, will continue to serve as an EP on Netflix/UTV's Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.

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"Robert Carlock is a wildly funny, intelligent and skilled creator who excels as a writer, producer and showrunner. We're happy that he's chosen to remain on our Universal Television team and look forward to countless hours of his signature 30 Rock and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt-style comedy in the seasons to come," Universal Television’s Bela Bajaria said.

"I'm thrilled to be continuing my relationship with Universal Television," Carlock said. "Bela and her team are a writer's ideal partners; smart, supportive, and passionate."

Carlock is repped by WME and attorney Ken Richman.

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