Dannah Shinder, SVP of Television at Elizabeth Banks and Max Handelman’s Brownstone Productions, has joined Berlanti Productions as EVP, Television.
The recruit of Shinder follows the new advancement of SVP Television Jonathan Gabay to EVP Television at Berlanti Prods., run by accomplices Greg Berlanti and Sarah Schechter and president David Madden. Like most organizations in the U.S., Berlanti Television went through some post-pandemic staff turnover. The division has been effectively enrolling leaders to manage its tremendous arrangement of existing activities and advancement, and the pursuit is progressing.
During her spell at Brownstone, Shinder created projects including Over My Dead Body at HBO Max, Red Queen and The Six at Peacock, Bedrock at Fox, Divorced From Reality at Netflix, Sh*tshow. She delivered Fox parody pilot Patty’s Auto and created and filled in as co-leader maker on three periods of the Emmy-selected series Shrill featuring Aidy Bryant for Hulu.
“Dannah Shinder is incredibly impressive and beloved by executives and writers alike,” Berlanti, Schechter and Madden said. “A passionate advocate for talent, she has great taste, strong producing instincts and deep love for both comedy and drama. She will be a wonderful addition to our team as she helps us grow our slate and nurture our existing shows.”
Before Brownstone, Shinder directed the turn of events and offer of a few transmission and link projects as VP of Television at The Jackal Group and filled in as Manager of Creative Affairs at Sony Pictures Television. During her residency at Sony, she directed turn of events and creation of series including The Dangerous Book for Boys, Supermansion, Your Family or Mine, Men at Work, and Bad Teacher.
“I am thrilled that Greg, Sarah, and David have invited me to join the incredible team of intrepid creatives at Berlanti Productions,” said Shinder. “I’m excited to embrace the power of storytelling across genres to drive conversation, inspire connection, and introduce new voices and inclusive perspectives.”