'Justified' Producer Taylor Elmore Inks Two-Year Deal With CBS TV Studios

The writer will set up residency after the FX drama wraps its sixth and final season, supervising and developing new projects for the studio.
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Taylor Elmore

Justified writer-executive producer Taylor Elmore has set up his next gig for when the FX drama wraps at the end of its upcoming sixth season, inking an overall deal with CBS Television Studios.

The two-year pact will have Elmore setting up shop at the studio such hits as The Good Wife, Elementary and the NCIS franchise. There, he will supervise and develop new projects. Elmore has been with Justified since the second season, originally serving as a co-producer and now serving as an ep.

In addition to his work on Justified, he recently shot the CBS TV Studios pilot Wallstreet and wrote for Cold Case and Justified creator Graham Yost's short-lived Raines.

His overall deal follows several significant pacts at CBS TV Studios, including Joe Port, Joe Wiseman, Shane Brennan and Entourage creator Doug Ellin.

Elmore is repped by UTA and attorney Bruce Gellman.