Gross signs new deal to stay with 'Money'

July 26, 2008 at 4:24 PM
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BURBANK, Calif., July 26 (UPI) -- Matthew Gross will remain co-executive producer of the U.S. TV series "Dirty Sexy Money" thanks to a three-year deal, series officials say.

Fellow Executive Producer Greg Berlanti said under the seven-figure deal with ABC Studios, Gross will continue to bring his "amazing work ethic" to the production, The Hollywood Reporter said Friday.

"He makes the impossible possible on a daily basis -- and he does it with an amazing work ethic and bright attitude," Berlanti said of his fellow producer.

Gross has served as an executive producer on series and pilots such as "Day Break" and "Neighbors" along with producing TV projects through his production company, Gross Entertainment.

The Reporter said "Money," which premiered last season, follows the decadent lives of a wealthy family and their attorney, played by "Six Feet Under" star Peter Krause.

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