Reiff, Voris in 2-year WBTV pact

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"Sleeper Cell" creators/executive producers Ethan Reiff and Cyrus Voris have inked a two-year overall deal with Warner Bros. Television.

Under the two-year pact, the pair will develop new projects for the studio.

Two installments of Reiff and Voris' terrorism-themed "Sleeper Cell" ran on Showtime. The critically praised show earned an Emmy nomination for best mini-series last year.

Reiff and Voris created the Fox series "Brimstone." On the feature side, they most recently penned "Bulletproof Monk."

Reiff and Voris are repped by WMA.