‘Vampire Diaries’ Boss Julie Plec Re-Ups With WBTV

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The writer/producer has signed a three-year overall deal with the studio

Warner Bros. Television is holding on to “Vampire Diaries” showrunner and “The Originals” creator Julie Plec.

The writer/producer has signed a new three-year overall deal with the studio, an individual with knowledge of the situation told TheWrap.

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Both of Plec’s series received early renewals from The CW. She helped develop freshman CW show, “The Tomorrow People,” as well. Fans also know her as a producer and writer on ABC Family’s “Kyle XY,” which has since become a cult favorite.

Previously, Plec served as a producer on several films including “Scream 2″ and “Scream 3,” “The Broken Hearts Club” and “Teaching Mrs. Tingle.”

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WME and attorney Eric Suddleson represent Plec.