The Executive Hour with David Brownfield

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We're back in the Writers' Room for The Executive Hour with David Brownfield. David Brownfield is currently an independent television producer, developing both hour and half-hour scripted series. He served as Senior Vice President of Current Programming at CBS Television for nine years. He was responsible for overseeing the creative development of over 20 scripted series per season, including CSI, NCIS, The Good Wife, The Big Bang Theory, and How I Met Your Mother. In addition to supervising the creative process, David was intricately involved in all aspects of ongoing series, regularly interfacing with senior management for the network’s Scheduling, Marketing, Casting, Digital and Business Affairs departments. He then worked as an executive and producer at Dick Wolf Entertainment, the company behind the LAW AND ORDER, ONE CHICAGO AND FBI franchises. He led creative and production teams for 7 primetime series, while also working on development projects to grow the Wolf brand. Prior to joining Wolf, David was an executive and producer at Entertainment One Television (2016-2018). He oversaw creative and production on Current Series and had several hour and half-hour projects in development. David was also Executive Producer at Eleven Stitches Productions, CBS Television Studios. During this three year production deal, he developed and sold multiple dramas and comedies to broadcast, cable and streaming networks. Before joining CBS, David worked as a comedy writer on several series, including Boy Meets World and The Drew Carey Show. Full Bio »

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We're back in the Writers' Room for The Executive Hour with David Brownfield.

David Brownfield is currently an independent television producer, developing both hour and half-hour scripted series. He served as Senior Vice President of Current Programming at CBS Television for nine years. He was responsible for overseeing the creative development of over 20 scripted series per season, including CSI, NCIS, The Good Wife, The Big Bang Theory, and How I Met Your Mother.

In addition to supervising the creative process, David was intricately involved in all aspects of ongoing series, regularly interfacing with senior management for the network’s Scheduling, Marketing, Casting, Digital and Business Affairs departments.

He then worked as an executive and producer at Dick Wolf Entertainment, the company behind the LAW AND ORDER, ONE CHICAGO AND FBI franchises. He led creative and production teams for 7 primetime series, while also working on development projects to grow the Wolf brand. Prior to joining Wolf, David was an executive and producer at Entertainment One Television (2016-2018). He oversaw creative and production on Current Series and had several hour and half-hour projects in development.

David was also Executive Producer at Eleven Stitches Productions, CBS Television Studios. During this three year production deal, he developed and sold multiple dramas and comedies to broadcast, cable and streaming networks.

Before joining CBS, David worked as a comedy writer on several series, including Boy Meets World and The Drew Carey Show.

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We're back in the Writers' Room for The Executive Hour with David Brownfield.

David Brownfield is currently an independent television producer, developing both hour and half-hour scripted series. He served as Senior Vice President of Current Programming at CBS Television for nine years. He was responsible for overseeing the creative development of over 20 scripted series per season, including CSI, NCIS, The Good Wife, The Big Bang Theory, and How I Met Your Mother.

In addition to supervising the creative process, David was intricately involved in all aspects of ongoing series, regularly interfacing with senior management for the network’s Scheduling, Marketing, Casting, Digital and Business Affairs departments.

He then worked as an executive and producer at Dick Wolf Entertainment, the company behind the LAW AND ORDER, ONE CHICAGO AND FBI franchises. He led creative and production teams for 7 primetime series, while also working on development projects to grow the Wolf brand. Prior to joining Wolf, David was an executive and producer at Entertainment One Television (2016-2018). He oversaw creative and production on Current Series and had several hour and half-hour projects in development.

David was also Executive Producer at Eleven Stitches Productions, CBS Television Studios. During this three year production deal, he developed and sold multiple dramas and comedies to broadcast, cable and streaming networks.

Before joining CBS, David worked as a comedy writer on several series, including Boy Meets World and The Drew Carey Show.

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Testimonials

"Thank you so much, David! What great advice, stories and inspiration. You rock! And go Mom!" -Melanie F.

"David - this was fantastic and you are so genuine!" -Debbie J.

"Thank you, David. Brilliant! Going to rewatch this one, so many gems." -Lyndsay S.

"Thank you David. Wonderful information and a great way to start my day!" -Ingrid W.

"That was excellent. Thank you so much." -Becky B.

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