"L.A. Law" co-creator Terry Louise Fisher, the supervising producer of the NBC hit series until she had a falling-out with producer Steven Bochco, is relocating from 20th Century Fox to Walt Disney Productions, it was announced Sunday. Fisher's production company, Fisher Entertainment, has signed a three-year exclusive contract to develop theatrical and television projects with Disney, according to studio president Richard Frank. Fisher, who also created "Hooperman" with Bochco, recently reached an amicable settlement of her dispute with the producer and Fox, agreeing to leave the studio and sever all connections to the two series.
Meanwhile, Fisher's former partner is busy cementing his ties with 20th Century Fox. Bochco announced Friday that he'll create his 10 new ABC TV series at Fox. The studio, in making the announcement Friday, said it would also be worldwide distributor of Bochco's new ABC shows. Bochco's contract with ABC calls for him to create 10 new series for the third-place network.