EXCLUSIVE: Dannah Shinder, SVP of Tv at Elizabeth Banks and Max Handelman’s Brownstone Productions, has joined Berlanti Productions as EVP, Tv.
The rent of Shinder follows the latest promotion of SVP Tv Jonathan Gabay to EVP Tv at Berlanti Prods., run by companions Greg Berlanti and Sarah Schechter and president David Madden. Like most companies within the U.S., Berlanti Tv went by some post-pandemic workers turnover. The division has been actively recruiting executives to supervise its huge portfolio of present initiatives and growth, and the search is ongoing.
Throughout her stint at Brownstone, Shinder developed initiatives together with Over My Lifeless Physique at HBO Max, Pink Queen and The Six at Peacock, Bedrock at Fox, Divorced From Actuality at Netflix, Sh*tshow. She produced Fox comedy pilot Patty’s Auto and developed and served as co-executive producer on three seasons of the Emmy-nominated sequence Shrill starring Aidy Bryant for Hulu.
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“Dannah Shinder is extremely spectacular and beloved by executives and writers alike,” Berlanti, Schechter and Madden mentioned. “A passionate advocate for expertise, she has nice style, sturdy producing instincts and deep love for each comedy and drama. She will probably be a beautiful addition to our workforce as she helps us develop our slate and nurture our present exhibits.”
Previous to Brownstone, Shinder oversaw the event and sale of a number of broadcast and cable initiatives as VP of Tv at The Jackal Group and served as Supervisor of Artistic Affairs at Sony Photos Tv. Throughout her tenure at Sony, she oversaw growth and manufacturing of sequence together with The Harmful Ebook for Boys, Supermansion, Your Household or Mine, Males at Work, and Dangerous Trainer.
“I’m thrilled that Greg, Sarah, and David have invited me to affix the unbelievable workforce of intrepid creatives at Berlanti Productions,” mentioned Shinder. “I’m excited to embrace the ability of storytelling throughout genres to drive dialog, encourage connection, and introduce new voices and inclusive views.”