Nick Cannon and his NCredible business partner will be developing programs for NBC after Cannon signed a first-look production deal with the network. Paul Telegdy, President, Alternative and Late Night Programming, NBC Entertainment, announced the new partnership, stating: “We are gratified to know that this new agreement will expand our successful working relationship with Nick beyond America’s Got Talent and allow him to further draw on his notable creative instincts. Nick already has produced content for many entertainment genres and formats, and we look forward with great anticipation to his cutting-edge ideas in the months to come.”
“Working closely with Paul Telegdy and the folks at NBC has been incredibly rewarding. I am thrilled to expand my role and contributions by creating original programming for the NBC Universal team,” said Cannon.
Cannon will also continue as the America’s Got Talent host.
Among Cannon’s other current projects are the HALO Awards on Nickelodeon and the upcoming 30 minute live-action sketch show Incredible Crew on The Cartoon Network. The show will premiere on January 21, 2013. He’s also relaunching Wild ‘N Out, a series Cannon created and hosted for four seasons on MTV. The relaunch, which is currently casting, will air on MTV2 in 2013.
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