Jennifer Garner and her production company Vandalia Films has signed a new two-year production deal with Warner Bros TV (WBTV).
Under terms of the deal, Garner will be given an executive producer credit on various projects produced over the period of the contract.
Vandalia Films produced the 2011 comedy Butter, which co-starred Jennifer Garner alongside Modern Family star Ty Burrell.
On the film side, Garner can be seen in the upcoming film Dallas Buyers Club, which also stars Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto. Garner also co-stars alongside Al Pacino and Michael Caine in the flick Imagine.
The Vandalia Films contract with Warner Bros. TV was first reported by Deadline.
This isn't the first time that Jennifer Garner's production studio has signed a TV deal. In October 2012, she inked a first-look deal with Universal Television. The results of that contract were an untitled comedy from writer Ellen Rapoport, which was sold to NBC.
It has been a busy week for Garner and husband Ben Affleck. The couple headed to West Virginia this past weekend where they baptized their son. The baptism was performed in Jennifer Garner's hometown of Charlotte. The happy couple also celebrated their anniversary on Saturday and visited a restaurant where they enjoyed beer, pizza, and a salad.
Do you think Jennifer Garner and her team at Vandalia Films will produce some quality TV shows worth watching? Will you be heading out to see the actress in either of her new films that will soon be ready to hit theaters?