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Chuck Lorre, Dick Wolf to Speak on Building TV Empires at HRTS Event

Producers will appear as part of conversation with moderator Warren Littlefield

The Hollywood Radio and Television Society will host Dick Wolf and Chuck Lorre for a conversation on creating some of television’s most successful programming, the trade organization announced Monday.

As part of HRTS’ Newsmaker Luncheon series, “Building A Kingdom, Then and Now…A Conversation with Dick Wolf and Chuck Lorre” will be moderated by former NBC Entertainment president Warren Littlefield, who currently serves as executive producer on FX’s “Fargo.”

Chuck Lorre and Dick Wolf are legendary producers still at the height of their game, continuing to build on decades of success with some of the best shows on television,” HRTS President Eric Schrier said in a statement. “They’ve seen the industry change in radical ways and yet never lost their touch for creating iconic series. We are honored to present this rare opportunity to learn from two of TV’s greatest creators.”

Two-time Emmy winner, Grammy-winning producer, and New York Times best-selling author Dick Wolf is the architect of one of the most successful brands in the history of television – “Law & Order.”

He serves as creator and executive producer on all of the “Law & Order” – branded series from Wolf Films and Universal Television, including “Law & Order: SVU.” Wolf also produces “Chicago Fire,” “Chicago PD,” and “Chicago Med.”

Chuck Lorre is co-creator/executive producer of the hit CBS sitcom “The Big Bang Theory,” as well as the critically acclaimed comedy “Mom.”

He is also the executive producer of the Melissa McCarthy sitcom “Mike & Molly,” while previously having co-created/executive produced the hit comedy “Two and a Half Men.” Before that, Lorre created hits such as “Cybill,” “Dharma & Greg” and “Grace Under Fire.”

HRTS’ partners Digital Rapids and Limelight Networks will present a live stream of the panel on Dec. 14 from The Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, CA.