'House' Creator David Shore Inks Deal With Sony TV

David Shore Headshot - P 2012
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David Shore Headshot - P 2012

The TV veteran has signed a three-year pact after years with Universal Television.

After closing the books on Fox's House, creator David Shore is starting a new chapter with a new overall deal.

The veteran showrunner has inked a new three-year overall deal -- said to be in the eight-figure range -- with Sony TV after spending eight years at Universal Television, the studio behind House, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.

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With his new deal, Shore is expected to develop new projects under his banner Shore Z Productions and work with other writer-producers to create potential shows.

Shore began his television career in the mid-1990s with Traders and The Hardy Boys, before making his way over to shows like David E. Kelley's The Practice, Law & Order and Family Law.

House launched in 2004 and ended its eight-season run in May.