Howard Gordon

‘24’: Howard Gordon On How Show’s Run Was Defined By 9/11

Editor’s note: One in a series of stories tied to the 20th anniversary of 9/11. Howard Gordon was executive producer/showrunner of Fox’s 24, which won Emmy for Outstanding Drama Series in 2006. He was on 24 for its entire 2001-2010 run and went on to co-create and executive produce Showtime’s Homeland. In a conversation with Deadline, Gordon reflects on 24, which “came of age in the immediate aftermath of 9/11,” its unexpected role as an outlet for the country’s collective anger following the attacks and as wish-fulfillment, featuring a hero who “does whatever he needs to do to get the job,” as well as...
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Fox Orders ‘Accused’ Drama Series From Howard Gordon, Alex Gansa & David Shore Based On UK Format

Fox has given a straight-to-series order to anthology drama Accused, based on the International Emmy-winning British series. The project comes from key creative auspices behind Fox’s two biggest drama series of the last two decades, 24 executive producers Howard Gordon and Alex Gansa and House creator/executive producer David Shore. Sony Pictures TV, where Gordon & Gansa as well as Shore are under overall deals, will co-produce with Fox Entertainment.

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Thank you to Brian Alonzo, Trey Meynig and Howard Gordon

VICTORIA, Texas- Today is National Weatherperson’s Day. Brian Alonzo, Trey Meynig, and Howard Gordon let you know when to carry an umbrella and when to apply sunscreen. Today we honor those who are trained to forecast and report the everchanging and often unpredictable weather in the Crossroads. National Weatherperson’s Day...