Julie Plec Leaving Warner Bros. TV for Universal Television

Julie Plec is making a BIG move and getting paid handsomely for it.

The co-creator of The Vampire Diaries and creator of The Originals and Legacies is leaving Warner Bros. TV for Universal Television.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Plec scored a four year deal worth more than $60 million for which she “create and develop new projects for the NBCUniversal-owned studio and for multiple platforms.”

“Six months ago we made a target wish list of talented creators we really wanted to work with. Julie Plec was at the very top of that list,” Universal TV president Pearlena Igbokwe said. “With all of the options available to her, Julie chose Universal Television. We are overjoyed and can’t stop smiling! Julie is an expert storyteller who has created characters that have left an indelible mark on the audience. The sky’s the limit for this new collaboration.”

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Written by Luke Kerr

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