'Elementary' EP Inks Overall Deal at CBS Television Studios (Exclusive)

'Burn Notice' alum Jason Tracey will also develop for the studio
Courtesy of CAA

CBS is locking down Jason Tracey.

The Elementary executive producer has signed a two-year overall deal with producers CBS Television Studios, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

Under the pact, Tracey will continue to serve as an EP on the third-year Sherlock Holmes procedural as well as develop new projects for both broadcast and cable.

Tracey has been with the CBS drama since 2012, starting out as a consulting producer while continuing to write scripts.

In addition to his tenure on Elementary, Tracey's credits also include Burn Notice, Cold Case and Justice. He's repped by CAA, Madhouse Entertainment and attorney Bruce Gellman.

At CBSTVS, Tracey joins a roster of producers with overalls, including Gary Glasberg (NCIS), Jennie Snyder Urman (Jane the Virgin), Neal Baer (Under the Dome), Peter Lenkov (Hawaii Five-O), Robert and Michelle King (The Good Wife) as well as Elementary showrunner Rob Doherty, among others.

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