Neal Baer

Emmy-nominated writer, producer and showrunner

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Harvard-trained medical doctor, and writer and producer of several television shows, including CBS's Under the Dome and NBC's Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and ER, which was nominated for five Emmy’s during the seven seasons he was there

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Neal Baer has been a writer and producer enjoying outsized success over decades on shows such as ER, Law & Order: SVU and the CBS series Under the Dome.

Neal Baer

Neal Baer has been a writer and producer enjoying outsized success over decades on shows such as ER, Law & Order: SVU and the CBS series Under the Dome.

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The new CBS hit,  Under the Dome , is an adaptation of the Stephen King  novel  of the same name. Brian K.

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