The Executive Hour Webcast with Mike Blutstein

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We're back in the Writers' Room for The Executive Hour Webcast with Vice President of Film and TV at Artists for Artists, Mike Blutstein. Mike Blutstein is the Vice President of Film and Television at Kenan Thompson’s production company, Artists for Artists. He is responsible for developing feature films, series and podcasts in both the scripted and unscripted space for global audiences, working closely with artists and partners of the company, while pursuing new business. Before that, Mike served as the Vice President Film and Television for the heavy hitting John Goldwyn Productions. Under the prolific producer, John Goldwyn, the company has been responsible for successes such as "DEXTER", THE SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY, BABY MAMA and HOT ROD. Mike’s position and taste have afforded him an expansive network including Hollywood’s top agents, writers, directors and studios. Some series Mike oversaw during his time at John Goldwyn Productions included Lionsgate’s "MANHUNT", Hulu’s "DOPESICK," Peacock’s MACGRUBER and Charter’s Manhunt: Deadly Games. Full Bio »

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We're back in the Writers' Room for The Executive Hour Webcast with Vice President of Film and TV at Artists for Artists, Mike Blutstein.

Mike Blutstein is the Vice President of Film and Television at Kenan Thompson’s production company, Artists for Artists. He is responsible for developing feature films, series and podcasts in both the scripted and unscripted space for global audiences, working closely with artists and partners of the company, while pursuing new business.

Before that, Mike served as the Vice President Film and Television for the heavy hitting John Goldwyn Productions. Under the prolific producer, John Goldwyn, the company has been responsible for successes such as "DEXTER", THE SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY, BABY MAMA and HOT ROD.

Mike’s position and taste have afforded him an expansive network including Hollywood’s top agents, writers, directors and studios. Some series Mike oversaw during his time at John Goldwyn Productions included Lionsgate’s "MANHUNT", Hulu’s "DOPESICK," Peacock’s MACGRUBER and Charter’s Manhunt: Deadly Games.

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We're back in the Writers' Room for The Executive Hour Webcast with Vice President of Film and TV at Artists for Artists, Mike Blutstein.

Mike Blutstein is the Vice President of Film and Television at Kenan Thompson’s production company, Artists for Artists. He is responsible for developing feature films, series and podcasts in both the scripted and unscripted space for global audiences, working closely with artists and partners of the company, while pursuing new business.

Before that, Mike served as the Vice President Film and Television for the heavy hitting John Goldwyn Productions. Under the prolific producer, John Goldwyn, the company has been responsible for successes such as "DEXTER", THE SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY, BABY MAMA and HOT ROD.

Mike’s position and taste have afforded him an expansive network including Hollywood’s top agents, writers, directors and studios. Some series Mike oversaw during his time at John Goldwyn Productions included Lionsgate’s "MANHUNT", Hulu’s "DOPESICK," Peacock’s MACGRUBER and Charter’s Manhunt: Deadly Games.

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Testimonials

"Thanks Mike. Your words are inspiring and open minded!" -Catherine C.

"Mike you were Awesome!" -Angela L.

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