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Adam Levine & Jordan Feldstein Sign Development Deal at NBC

The 34-year-old and his producing parnter, Jordan Feldstein, will create “scripted and alternative programming” for the network.

By: Sarah Bauder
Published: May 8th, 2013 in Culture » TV » News
Adam Levine

It would appear Maroon 5 frontman, Adam Levine, hit the proverbial jackpot after agreeing to appear as a coach on The Voice in 2011. Since its inception, the NBC reality show has been a tremendous success garnering him a weekly audience of millions, consequently providing more exposure to Maroon 5, not to mention a burgeoning acting career for Levine. Now the 34-year-old has even more to pleased about, after it was announced that he and producing partner Jordan Feldstein (brother of Jonah Hill) have signed an exclusive development deal with NBC. The duo will create “scripted and alternative programming” for the network.

“It would be impossible to quantify Adam's influence and importance to the success of The Voice. Given those enormous contributions, we're very anxious to work with him and Jordan to see what future shows they develop that can find a home here at NBC,” said Paul Telegdy, president of alternative and late night programming for NBC Entertainment, in a statement.

Feldstein is CEO of Career Artist Management, and manages the careers of Maroon 5, Sara Bareilles, Robin Thicke, and Alanis Morissette.

Apropos of his aforesaid burgeoning acting career, Levine will appear alongside Keira Knightley and Mark Ruffalo in Can a Song Save Your Life?, slated for release sometime later in the year.

Related articles: Adam Levine, 'The Voice', Maroon 5, Sara Bareilles, Robin Thicke, Alanis Morissette, Jordan Feldstein, Jonah Hill
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