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'Sunny' Writers Join Universal

Shutterstock_11428624 Two former writers of the FX series “Its Always Sunny in Philadelphia” have signed a one-year contract with Universal Media Studios to develop new comedy projects. Sonny Lee and Patrick Walsh began their careers four years ago working as pages at NBC before leaving to write on two seasons of “Sunny.” Development deals are usually reserved for people who have been in the business longer, but according to The Hollywood Reporter, Universal is trying to recruit more “up-and-coming talent.” The duo has also worked on “Late Night with Conan O’Brien,” “Saturday Night Live,” and “Today.”

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