‘9-1-1’ Showrunner Tim Minear Re-Ups Overall Deal With 20th Century Fox TV

Minear stays with studio following departure of Ryan Murphy

Tim Minear

“9-1-1” showrunner Tim Minear has signed a new overall deal with 20th Century Fox Television following the departure of Ryan Murphy from the studio.

Minear, who has also served as showrunner on “Feud: Bette and Joan” and executive producer on “American Horror Story,” has been with the studio for more than two decades.

The news comes a month after Minear’s longtime collaborator and “9-1-1” co-creator Murphy left his longtime home at Fox in favor of a rich multi-year deal at Netflix.

“I’m pleased to be able continue my collaboration with 20th, Dana and Gary and Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk. And I wasn’t about to give up this parking space,” Minear said in a statement.

“Tim is one of Ryan and Brad’s most trusted collaborators on both FX’s number one series, ‘American Horror Story’ and Fox’s number one series, ‘9-1-1,’ ” said 20th Century Fox TV president of creative affairs Jonnie Davis. “He’s a brilliant writer who is endlessly creative and can do just about anything. Keeping him at 20th was a huge priority for us and for Ryan and Brad, and this deal ensures these two prized series remain strong for years to come.”

Minear is repped by WME, The Shuman Company and Jamie Mandelbaum of Jackoway Tyerman Wertheimer Austen Mandelbaum Morris & Klein.