Jenni Konner has signed an overall deal with Fox 21, her first solo development deal since her creative split with Lena Dunham.
Under the multi-year pact, Konner will create, develop, produce and oversee series for network, cable and streaming platforms. Konner joins a roster at Fox 21 that includes “Affair” creator Sarah Treem, Warren Littlefield and Jon Steinberg.
Last year, Konner and Dunham, who co-created HBO series “Girls” and “Camping,” ended their creative partnership.
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“From the moment that we sat down with Jenni we wanted to work together,” said Fox 21 Television Studios President Bert Salke. “In addition to being smart, energetic, and a huge connector of people and ideas, Jenni has a signature taste and style that makes her a distinct and much-admired creator. We’re incredibly excited to be a part of that.”
“Before we even met I knew that Dana (Walden) and Bert were committed to supporting outstanding, quality television,” said Konner. “When we sat down together, I instantly felt a deep creative connection. Fox 21 supports creatives. Full stop. I’m thrilled that the next chapter in my career can be with them.”
Deadline first reported the deal.