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A Conversation with Universal Studio Group’s TV Development Executives

Sie FilmCenter: Fries Theater 2510 East Colfax Ave, Denver, CO

From assessing pitches to staffing writers' rooms to offering script notes and more, Universal Studio Group's television executives dive deep into their development processes and share what makes for a...

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From assessing pitches to staffing writers' rooms to offering script notes and more, Universal Studio Group's television executives dive deep into their development processes and share what makes for a strong, mutually advantageous relationship between creators and a studio.

Moderated by: Peter White, Deadline

Speaker

Jim
Donnelly

Jim Donnelly is Executive Vice President of Comedy Development at Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group. He's responsible for the studio’s comedy series development across broadcast, cable and streaming platforms.

Donnelly and his team support a slate of ambitious storytellers, including Tina Fey, Michael Schur, Nahnatchka Khan, Amy Poehler, Dan Goor, Michael Che, Justin Spitzer, Larry Wilmore, Alan Yang and more. He's been instrumental in the development of several Emmy® Award-winning series, including “Hacks” and “Russian Doll," as well as the critically lauded and commercially successful “Never Have I Ever," “Girls5eva,” “Little America,” “Loot” and “The Good Place.”

Speaker

Vivian
Cannon

Vivian Cannon is Executive Vice President of Drama Development at Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group. She's responsible for the studio’s drama series development across broadcast, cable and streaming platforms.

Cannon has been a driving force behind the development of many critically acclaimed dramas, including the Emmy® Award-nominated series “The Gilded Age” and “New Amsterdam,” as well as commercial hits like “Bel-Air,” “The Equalizer,” “La Brea,” “Quantum Leap,” “The Irrational” and “The Best Man: The Final Chapters,” which became Peacock’s first-ever series to crack Nielsen’s Top 10 streaming chart.

Speaker

Monica
Rodman

Monica Rodman is Executive Vice President of Development at Universal Television Alternative Studio, a division of Universal Studio Group. She oversees series development across all platforms and works closely with the studio's roster of producing partners, including Dwayne Johnson, Tina Fey, Jordan Peele, Dick Wolf, Jimmy Fallon and Amy Poehler.

Rodman has been instrumental in the development of hit unscripted shows and formats, including the popular competition series “Baking It,” starring Emmy®-nominated hosts Maya Rudolph and Amy Poehler; athletic competition series “The Titan Games,” hosted by Dwayne Johnson; and the Emmy-nominated music and comedy event series “That's My Jam."

Speaker

Marc
Velez

Marc Velez is Senior Vice President and Head of Development at UCP, a division of Universal Studio Group. He's responsible for the studio’s series development across cable and streaming platforms.

Velez joined UCP in 2022 and oversees development of the studio’s premium and award-winning programming, which includes “The Umbrella Academy,” “Ted,” “Based on a True Story,” “Dr. Death,” “Scott Pilgrim Takes Off,” “Candy,” “Gaslit,” “The Girl From Plainville,” “Chucky” and “Resident Alien.” He and his team support an impressive roster of creators, including Nick Antosca, Sam Esmail, Selwyn Seyfu Hinds, Seth MacFarlane, Tanya Saracho and more.

Speaker

Kelsey
Balance

Kelsey Balance is Senior Vice President of Global Scripted Series at Universal International Studios, a division of Universal Studio Group. She's charged with building on the studio’s track record of creating premium scripted content with global appeal and developing series with emerging and diverse voices.

Balance oversees development of the studio’s award-winning scripted programming across global broadcast, streaming and cable platforms. The studio’s top titles include International Emmy® Award-winning “Safe Harbour,” Peabody and BAFTA-winning “We Are Lady Parts,” global Netflix hit “One Day,” “Apples Never Fall,” “Everyone Else Burns,” “The Capture,” “Stateless,” “Clickbait,” “Everything I Know About Love” and “Transplant."

Speaker

Peter
White

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From assessing pitches to staffing writers' rooms to offering script notes and more, Universal Studio Group's television executives dive deep into their development processes and share what makes for a strong, mutually advantageous relationship between creators and a studio.

Moderated by: Peter White, Deadline

Speaker

Jim
Donnelly

Jim Donnelly is Executive Vice President of Comedy Development at Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group. He's responsible for the studio’s comedy series development across broadcast, cable and streaming platforms.

Donnelly and his team support a slate of ambitious storytellers, including Tina Fey, Michael Schur, Nahnatchka Khan, Amy Poehler, Dan Goor, Michael Che, Justin Spitzer, Larry Wilmore, Alan Yang and more. He's been instrumental in the development of several Emmy® Award-winning series, including “Hacks” and “Russian Doll," as well as the critically lauded and commercially successful “Never Have I Ever," “Girls5eva,” “Little America,” “Loot” and “The Good Place.”

Speaker

Vivian
Cannon

Vivian Cannon is Executive Vice President of Drama Development at Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group. She's responsible for the studio’s drama series development across broadcast, cable and streaming platforms.

Cannon has been a driving force behind the development of many critically acclaimed dramas, including the Emmy® Award-nominated series “The Gilded Age” and “New Amsterdam,” as well as commercial hits like “Bel-Air,” “The Equalizer,” “La Brea,” “Quantum Leap,” “The Irrational” and “The Best Man: The Final Chapters,” which became Peacock’s first-ever series to crack Nielsen’s Top 10 streaming chart.

Speaker

Monica
Rodman

Monica Rodman is Executive Vice President of Development at Universal Television Alternative Studio, a division of Universal Studio Group. She oversees series development across all platforms and works closely with the studio's roster of producing partners, including Dwayne Johnson, Tina Fey, Jordan Peele, Dick Wolf, Jimmy Fallon and Amy Poehler.

Rodman has been instrumental in the development of hit unscripted shows and formats, including the popular competition series “Baking It,” starring Emmy®-nominated hosts Maya Rudolph and Amy Poehler; athletic competition series “The Titan Games,” hosted by Dwayne Johnson; and the Emmy-nominated music and comedy event series “That's My Jam."

Speaker

Marc
Velez

Marc Velez is Senior Vice President and Head of Development at UCP, a division of Universal Studio Group. He's responsible for the studio’s series development across cable and streaming platforms.

Velez joined UCP in 2022 and oversees development of the studio’s premium and award-winning programming, which includes “The Umbrella Academy,” “Ted,” “Based on a True Story,” “Dr. Death,” “Scott Pilgrim Takes Off,” “Candy,” “Gaslit,” “The Girl From Plainville,” “Chucky” and “Resident Alien.” He and his team support an impressive roster of creators, including Nick Antosca, Sam Esmail, Selwyn Seyfu Hinds, Seth MacFarlane, Tanya Saracho and more.

Speaker

Kelsey
Balance

Kelsey Balance is Senior Vice President of Global Scripted Series at Universal International Studios, a division of Universal Studio Group. She's charged with building on the studio’s track record of creating premium scripted content with global appeal and developing series with emerging and diverse voices.

Balance oversees development of the studio’s award-winning scripted programming across global broadcast, streaming and cable platforms. The studio’s top titles include International Emmy® Award-winning “Safe Harbour,” Peabody and BAFTA-winning “We Are Lady Parts,” global Netflix hit “One Day,” “Apples Never Fall,” “Everyone Else Burns,” “The Capture,” “Stateless,” “Clickbait,” “Everything I Know About Love” and “Transplant."

Speaker

Peter
White

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From assessing pitches to staffing writers' rooms to offering script notes and more, Universal Studio Group's television executives dive deep into their development processes and share what makes for a strong, mutually advantageous relationship between creators and a studio.

Moderated by: Peter White, Deadline

Speaker

Jim
Donnelly

Jim Donnelly is Executive Vice President of Comedy Development at Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group. He's responsible for the studio’s comedy series development across broadcast, cable and streaming platforms.

Donnelly and his team support a slate of ambitious storytellers, including Tina Fey, Michael Schur, Nahnatchka Khan, Amy Poehler, Dan Goor, Michael Che, Justin Spitzer, Larry Wilmore, Alan Yang and more. He's been instrumental in the development of several Emmy® Award-winning series, including “Hacks” and “Russian Doll," as well as the critically lauded and commercially successful “Never Have I Ever," “Girls5eva,” “Little America,” “Loot” and “The Good Place.”

Speaker

Vivian
Cannon

Vivian Cannon is Executive Vice President of Drama Development at Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group. She's responsible for the studio’s drama series development across broadcast, cable and streaming platforms.

Cannon has been a driving force behind the development of many critically acclaimed dramas, including the Emmy® Award-nominated series “The Gilded Age” and “New Amsterdam,” as well as commercial hits like “Bel-Air,” “The Equalizer,” “La Brea,” “Quantum Leap,” “The Irrational” and “The Best Man: The Final Chapters,” which became Peacock’s first-ever series to crack Nielsen’s Top 10 streaming chart.

Speaker

Monica
Rodman

Monica Rodman is Executive Vice President of Development at Universal Television Alternative Studio, a division of Universal Studio Group. She oversees series development across all platforms and works closely with the studio's roster of producing partners, including Dwayne Johnson, Tina Fey, Jordan Peele, Dick Wolf, Jimmy Fallon and Amy Poehler.

Rodman has been instrumental in the development of hit unscripted shows and formats, including the popular competition series “Baking It,” starring Emmy®-nominated hosts Maya Rudolph and Amy Poehler; athletic competition series “The Titan Games,” hosted by Dwayne Johnson; and the Emmy-nominated music and comedy event series “That's My Jam."

Speaker

Marc
Velez

Marc Velez is Senior Vice President and Head of Development at UCP, a division of Universal Studio Group. He's responsible for the studio’s series development across cable and streaming platforms.

Velez joined UCP in 2022 and oversees development of the studio’s premium and award-winning programming, which includes “The Umbrella Academy,” “Ted,” “Based on a True Story,” “Dr. Death,” “Scott Pilgrim Takes Off,” “Candy,” “Gaslit,” “The Girl From Plainville,” “Chucky” and “Resident Alien.” He and his team support an impressive roster of creators, including Nick Antosca, Sam Esmail, Selwyn Seyfu Hinds, Seth MacFarlane, Tanya Saracho and more.

Speaker

Kelsey
Balance

Kelsey Balance is Senior Vice President of Global Scripted Series at Universal International Studios, a division of Universal Studio Group. She's charged with building on the studio’s track record of creating premium scripted content with global appeal and developing series with emerging and diverse voices.

Balance oversees development of the studio’s award-winning scripted programming across global broadcast, streaming and cable platforms. The studio’s top titles include International Emmy® Award-winning “Safe Harbour,” Peabody and BAFTA-winning “We Are Lady Parts,” global Netflix hit “One Day,” “Apples Never Fall,” “Everyone Else Burns,” “The Capture,” “Stateless,” “Clickbait,” “Everything I Know About Love” and “Transplant."

Speaker

Peter
White

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From assessing pitches to staffing writers' rooms to offering script notes and more, Universal Studio Group's television executives dive deep into their development processes and share what makes for a strong, mutually advantageous relationship between creators and a studio.

Moderated by: Peter White, Deadline

Speaker

Jim
Donnelly

Jim Donnelly is Executive Vice President of Comedy Development at Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group. He's responsible for the studio’s comedy series development across broadcast, cable and streaming platforms.

Donnelly and his team support a slate of ambitious storytellers, including Tina Fey, Michael Schur, Nahnatchka Khan, Amy Poehler, Dan Goor, Michael Che, Justin Spitzer, Larry Wilmore, Alan Yang and more. He's been instrumental in the development of several Emmy® Award-winning series, including “Hacks” and “Russian Doll," as well as the critically lauded and commercially successful “Never Have I Ever," “Girls5eva,” “Little America,” “Loot” and “The Good Place.”

Speaker

Vivian
Cannon

Vivian Cannon is Executive Vice President of Drama Development at Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group. She's responsible for the studio’s drama series development across broadcast, cable and streaming platforms.

Cannon has been a driving force behind the development of many critically acclaimed dramas, including the Emmy® Award-nominated series “The Gilded Age” and “New Amsterdam,” as well as commercial hits like “Bel-Air,” “The Equalizer,” “La Brea,” “Quantum Leap,” “The Irrational” and “The Best Man: The Final Chapters,” which became Peacock’s first-ever series to crack Nielsen’s Top 10 streaming chart.

Speaker

Monica
Rodman

Monica Rodman is Executive Vice President of Development at Universal Television Alternative Studio, a division of Universal Studio Group. She oversees series development across all platforms and works closely with the studio's roster of producing partners, including Dwayne Johnson, Tina Fey, Jordan Peele, Dick Wolf, Jimmy Fallon and Amy Poehler.

Rodman has been instrumental in the development of hit unscripted shows and formats, including the popular competition series “Baking It,” starring Emmy®-nominated hosts Maya Rudolph and Amy Poehler; athletic competition series “The Titan Games,” hosted by Dwayne Johnson; and the Emmy-nominated music and comedy event series “That's My Jam."

Speaker

Marc
Velez

Marc Velez is Senior Vice President and Head of Development at UCP, a division of Universal Studio Group. He's responsible for the studio’s series development across cable and streaming platforms.

Velez joined UCP in 2022 and oversees development of the studio’s premium and award-winning programming, which includes “The Umbrella Academy,” “Ted,” “Based on a True Story,” “Dr. Death,” “Scott Pilgrim Takes Off,” “Candy,” “Gaslit,” “The Girl From Plainville,” “Chucky” and “Resident Alien.” He and his team support an impressive roster of creators, including Nick Antosca, Sam Esmail, Selwyn Seyfu Hinds, Seth MacFarlane, Tanya Saracho and more.

Speaker

Kelsey
Balance

Kelsey Balance is Senior Vice President of Global Scripted Series at Universal International Studios, a division of Universal Studio Group. She's charged with building on the studio’s track record of creating premium scripted content with global appeal and developing series with emerging and diverse voices.

Balance oversees development of the studio’s award-winning scripted programming across global broadcast, streaming and cable platforms. The studio’s top titles include International Emmy® Award-winning “Safe Harbour,” Peabody and BAFTA-winning “We Are Lady Parts,” global Netflix hit “One Day,” “Apples Never Fall,” “Everyone Else Burns,” “The Capture,” “Stateless,” “Clickbait,” “Everything I Know About Love” and “Transplant."

Speaker

Peter
White

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Moderated by: Peter White, Deadline

Speaker

Jim
Donnelly

Jim Donnelly is Executive Vice President of Comedy Development at Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group. He's responsible for the studio’s comedy series development across broadcast, cable and streaming platforms.

Donnelly and his team support a slate of ambitious storytellers, including Tina Fey, Michael Schur, Nahnatchka Khan, Amy Poehler, Dan Goor, Michael Che, Justin Spitzer, Larry Wilmore, Alan Yang and more. He's been instrumental in the development of several Emmy® Award-winning series, including “Hacks” and “Russian Doll," as well as the critically lauded and commercially successful “Never Have I Ever," “Girls5eva,” “Little America,” “Loot” and “The Good Place.”

Speaker

Vivian
Cannon

Vivian Cannon is Executive Vice President of Drama Development at Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group. She's responsible for the studio’s drama series development across broadcast, cable and streaming platforms.

Cannon has been a driving force behind the development of many critically acclaimed dramas, including the Emmy® Award-nominated series “The Gilded Age” and “New Amsterdam,” as well as commercial hits like “Bel-Air,” “The Equalizer,” “La Brea,” “Quantum Leap,” “The Irrational” and “The Best Man: The Final Chapters,” which became Peacock’s first-ever series to crack Nielsen’s Top 10 streaming chart.

Speaker

Monica
Rodman

Monica Rodman is Executive Vice President of Development at Universal Television Alternative Studio, a division of Universal Studio Group. She oversees series development across all platforms and works closely with the studio's roster of producing partners, including Dwayne Johnson, Tina Fey, Jordan Peele, Dick Wolf, Jimmy Fallon and Amy Poehler.

Rodman has been instrumental in the development of hit unscripted shows and formats, including the popular competition series “Baking It,” starring Emmy®-nominated hosts Maya Rudolph and Amy Poehler; athletic competition series “The Titan Games,” hosted by Dwayne Johnson; and the Emmy-nominated music and comedy event series “That's My Jam."

Speaker

Marc
Velez

Marc Velez is Senior Vice President and Head of Development at UCP, a division of Universal Studio Group. He's responsible for the studio’s series development across cable and streaming platforms.

Velez joined UCP in 2022 and oversees development of the studio’s premium and award-winning programming, which includes “The Umbrella Academy,” “Ted,” “Based on a True Story,” “Dr. Death,” “Scott Pilgrim Takes Off,” “Candy,” “Gaslit,” “The Girl From Plainville,” “Chucky” and “Resident Alien.” He and his team support an impressive roster of creators, including Nick Antosca, Sam Esmail, Selwyn Seyfu Hinds, Seth MacFarlane, Tanya Saracho and more.

Speaker

Kelsey
Balance

Kelsey Balance is Senior Vice President of Global Scripted Series at Universal International Studios, a division of Universal Studio Group. She's charged with building on the studio’s track record of creating premium scripted content with global appeal and developing series with emerging and diverse voices.

Balance oversees development of the studio’s award-winning scripted programming across global broadcast, streaming and cable platforms. The studio’s top titles include International Emmy® Award-winning “Safe Harbour,” Peabody and BAFTA-winning “We Are Lady Parts,” global Netflix hit “One Day,” “Apples Never Fall,” “Everyone Else Burns,” “The Capture,” “Stateless,” “Clickbait,” “Everything I Know About Love” and “Transplant."

Speaker

Peter
White

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From assessing pitches to staffing writers' rooms to offering script notes and more, Universal Studio Group's television executives dive deep into their development processes and share what makes for a strong, mutually advantageous relationship between creators and a studio.

Moderated by: Peter White, Deadline

Speaker

Jim
Donnelly

Jim Donnelly is Executive Vice President of Comedy Development at Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group. He's responsible for the studio’s comedy series development across broadcast, cable and streaming platforms.

Donnelly and his team support a slate of ambitious storytellers, including Tina Fey, Michael Schur, Nahnatchka Khan, Amy Poehler, Dan Goor, Michael Che, Justin Spitzer, Larry Wilmore, Alan Yang and more. He's been instrumental in the development of several Emmy® Award-winning series, including “Hacks” and “Russian Doll," as well as the critically lauded and commercially successful “Never Have I Ever," “Girls5eva,” “Little America,” “Loot” and “The Good Place.”

Speaker

Vivian
Cannon

Vivian Cannon is Executive Vice President of Drama Development at Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group. She's responsible for the studio’s drama series development across broadcast, cable and streaming platforms.

Cannon has been a driving force behind the development of many critically acclaimed dramas, including the Emmy® Award-nominated series “The Gilded Age” and “New Amsterdam,” as well as commercial hits like “Bel-Air,” “The Equalizer,” “La Brea,” “Quantum Leap,” “The Irrational” and “The Best Man: The Final Chapters,” which became Peacock’s first-ever series to crack Nielsen’s Top 10 streaming chart.

Speaker

Monica
Rodman

Monica Rodman is Executive Vice President of Development at Universal Television Alternative Studio, a division of Universal Studio Group. She oversees series development across all platforms and works closely with the studio's roster of producing partners, including Dwayne Johnson, Tina Fey, Jordan Peele, Dick Wolf, Jimmy Fallon and Amy Poehler.

Rodman has been instrumental in the development of hit unscripted shows and formats, including the popular competition series “Baking It,” starring Emmy®-nominated hosts Maya Rudolph and Amy Poehler; athletic competition series “The Titan Games,” hosted by Dwayne Johnson; and the Emmy-nominated music and comedy event series “That's My Jam."

Speaker

Marc
Velez

Marc Velez is Senior Vice President and Head of Development at UCP, a division of Universal Studio Group. He's responsible for the studio’s series development across cable and streaming platforms.

Velez joined UCP in 2022 and oversees development of the studio’s premium and award-winning programming, which includes “The Umbrella Academy,” “Ted,” “Based on a True Story,” “Dr. Death,” “Scott Pilgrim Takes Off,” “Candy,” “Gaslit,” “The Girl From Plainville,” “Chucky” and “Resident Alien.” He and his team support an impressive roster of creators, including Nick Antosca, Sam Esmail, Selwyn Seyfu Hinds, Seth MacFarlane, Tanya Saracho and more.

Speaker

Kelsey
Balance

Kelsey Balance is Senior Vice President of Global Scripted Series at Universal International Studios, a division of Universal Studio Group. She's charged with building on the studio’s track record of creating premium scripted content with global appeal and developing series with emerging and diverse voices.

Balance oversees development of the studio’s award-winning scripted programming across global broadcast, streaming and cable platforms. The studio’s top titles include International Emmy® Award-winning “Safe Harbour,” Peabody and BAFTA-winning “We Are Lady Parts,” global Netflix hit “One Day,” “Apples Never Fall,” “Everyone Else Burns,” “The Capture,” “Stateless,” “Clickbait,” “Everything I Know About Love” and “Transplant."

Speaker

Peter
White

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From assessing pitches to staffing writers' rooms to offering script notes and more, Universal Studio Group's television executives dive deep into their development processes and share what makes for a strong, mutually advantageous relationship between creators and a studio.

Moderated by: Peter White, Deadline

Speaker

Jim
Donnelly

Jim Donnelly is Executive Vice President of Comedy Development at Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group. He's responsible for the studio’s comedy series development across broadcast, cable and streaming platforms.

Donnelly and his team support a slate of ambitious storytellers, including Tina Fey, Michael Schur, Nahnatchka Khan, Amy Poehler, Dan Goor, Michael Che, Justin Spitzer, Larry Wilmore, Alan Yang and more. He's been instrumental in the development of several Emmy® Award-winning series, including “Hacks” and “Russian Doll," as well as the critically lauded and commercially successful “Never Have I Ever," “Girls5eva,” “Little America,” “Loot” and “The Good Place.”

Speaker

Vivian
Cannon

Vivian Cannon is Executive Vice President of Drama Development at Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group. She's responsible for the studio’s drama series development across broadcast, cable and streaming platforms.

Cannon has been a driving force behind the development of many critically acclaimed dramas, including the Emmy® Award-nominated series “The Gilded Age” and “New Amsterdam,” as well as commercial hits like “Bel-Air,” “The Equalizer,” “La Brea,” “Quantum Leap,” “The Irrational” and “The Best Man: The Final Chapters,” which became Peacock’s first-ever series to crack Nielsen’s Top 10 streaming chart.

Speaker

Monica
Rodman

Monica Rodman is Executive Vice President of Development at Universal Television Alternative Studio, a division of Universal Studio Group. She oversees series development across all platforms and works closely with the studio's roster of producing partners, including Dwayne Johnson, Tina Fey, Jordan Peele, Dick Wolf, Jimmy Fallon and Amy Poehler.

Rodman has been instrumental in the development of hit unscripted shows and formats, including the popular competition series “Baking It,” starring Emmy®-nominated hosts Maya Rudolph and Amy Poehler; athletic competition series “The Titan Games,” hosted by Dwayne Johnson; and the Emmy-nominated music and comedy event series “That's My Jam."

Speaker

Marc
Velez

Marc Velez is Senior Vice President and Head of Development at UCP, a division of Universal Studio Group. He's responsible for the studio’s series development across cable and streaming platforms.

Velez joined UCP in 2022 and oversees development of the studio’s premium and award-winning programming, which includes “The Umbrella Academy,” “Ted,” “Based on a True Story,” “Dr. Death,” “Scott Pilgrim Takes Off,” “Candy,” “Gaslit,” “The Girl From Plainville,” “Chucky” and “Resident Alien.” He and his team support an impressive roster of creators, including Nick Antosca, Sam Esmail, Selwyn Seyfu Hinds, Seth MacFarlane, Tanya Saracho and more.

Speaker

Kelsey
Balance

Kelsey Balance is Senior Vice President of Global Scripted Series at Universal International Studios, a division of Universal Studio Group. She's charged with building on the studio’s track record of creating premium scripted content with global appeal and developing series with emerging and diverse voices.

Balance oversees development of the studio’s award-winning scripted programming across global broadcast, streaming and cable platforms. The studio’s top titles include International Emmy® Award-winning “Safe Harbour,” Peabody and BAFTA-winning “We Are Lady Parts,” global Netflix hit “One Day,” “Apples Never Fall,” “Everyone Else Burns,” “The Capture,” “Stateless,” “Clickbait,” “Everything I Know About Love” and “Transplant."

Speaker

Peter
White

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From assessing pitches to staffing writers' rooms to offering script notes and more, Universal Studio Group's television executives dive deep into their development processes and share what makes for a strong, mutually advantageous relationship between creators and a studio.

Moderated by: Peter White, Deadline

Speaker

Jim
Donnelly

Jim Donnelly is Executive Vice President of Comedy Development at Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group. He's responsible for the studio’s comedy series development across broadcast, cable and streaming platforms.

Donnelly and his team support a slate of ambitious storytellers, including Tina Fey, Michael Schur, Nahnatchka Khan, Amy Poehler, Dan Goor, Michael Che, Justin Spitzer, Larry Wilmore, Alan Yang and more. He's been instrumental in the development of several Emmy® Award-winning series, including “Hacks” and “Russian Doll," as well as the critically lauded and commercially successful “Never Have I Ever," “Girls5eva,” “Little America,” “Loot” and “The Good Place.”

Speaker

Vivian
Cannon

Vivian Cannon is Executive Vice President of Drama Development at Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group. She's responsible for the studio’s drama series development across broadcast, cable and streaming platforms.

Cannon has been a driving force behind the development of many critically acclaimed dramas, including the Emmy® Award-nominated series “The Gilded Age” and “New Amsterdam,” as well as commercial hits like “Bel-Air,” “The Equalizer,” “La Brea,” “Quantum Leap,” “The Irrational” and “The Best Man: The Final Chapters,” which became Peacock’s first-ever series to crack Nielsen’s Top 10 streaming chart.

Speaker

Monica
Rodman

Monica Rodman is Executive Vice President of Development at Universal Television Alternative Studio, a division of Universal Studio Group. She oversees series development across all platforms and works closely with the studio's roster of producing partners, including Dwayne Johnson, Tina Fey, Jordan Peele, Dick Wolf, Jimmy Fallon and Amy Poehler.

Rodman has been instrumental in the development of hit unscripted shows and formats, including the popular competition series “Baking It,” starring Emmy®-nominated hosts Maya Rudolph and Amy Poehler; athletic competition series “The Titan Games,” hosted by Dwayne Johnson; and the Emmy-nominated music and comedy event series “That's My Jam."

Speaker

Marc
Velez

Marc Velez is Senior Vice President and Head of Development at UCP, a division of Universal Studio Group. He's responsible for the studio’s series development across cable and streaming platforms.

Velez joined UCP in 2022 and oversees development of the studio’s premium and award-winning programming, which includes “The Umbrella Academy,” “Ted,” “Based on a True Story,” “Dr. Death,” “Scott Pilgrim Takes Off,” “Candy,” “Gaslit,” “The Girl From Plainville,” “Chucky” and “Resident Alien.” He and his team support an impressive roster of creators, including Nick Antosca, Sam Esmail, Selwyn Seyfu Hinds, Seth MacFarlane, Tanya Saracho and more.

Speaker

Kelsey
Balance

Kelsey Balance is Senior Vice President of Global Scripted Series at Universal International Studios, a division of Universal Studio Group. She's charged with building on the studio’s track record of creating premium scripted content with global appeal and developing series with emerging and diverse voices.

Balance oversees development of the studio’s award-winning scripted programming across global broadcast, streaming and cable platforms. The studio’s top titles include International Emmy® Award-winning “Safe Harbour,” Peabody and BAFTA-winning “We Are Lady Parts,” global Netflix hit “One Day,” “Apples Never Fall,” “Everyone Else Burns,” “The Capture,” “Stateless,” “Clickbait,” “Everything I Know About Love” and “Transplant."

Speaker

Peter
White

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From assessing pitches to staffing writers' rooms to offering script notes and more, Universal Studio Group's television executives dive deep into their development processes and share what makes for a strong, mutually advantageous relationship between creators and a studio.

Moderated by: Peter White, Deadline

Speaker

Jim
Donnelly

Jim Donnelly is Executive Vice President of Comedy Development at Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group. He's responsible for the studio’s comedy series development across broadcast, cable and streaming platforms.

Donnelly and his team support a slate of ambitious storytellers, including Tina Fey, Michael Schur, Nahnatchka Khan, Amy Poehler, Dan Goor, Michael Che, Justin Spitzer, Larry Wilmore, Alan Yang and more. He's been instrumental in the development of several Emmy® Award-winning series, including “Hacks” and “Russian Doll," as well as the critically lauded and commercially successful “Never Have I Ever," “Girls5eva,” “Little America,” “Loot” and “The Good Place.”

Speaker

Vivian
Cannon

Vivian Cannon is Executive Vice President of Drama Development at Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group. She's responsible for the studio’s drama series development across broadcast, cable and streaming platforms.

Cannon has been a driving force behind the development of many critically acclaimed dramas, including the Emmy® Award-nominated series “The Gilded Age” and “New Amsterdam,” as well as commercial hits like “Bel-Air,” “The Equalizer,” “La Brea,” “Quantum Leap,” “The Irrational” and “The Best Man: The Final Chapters,” which became Peacock’s first-ever series to crack Nielsen’s Top 10 streaming chart.

Speaker

Monica
Rodman

Monica Rodman is Executive Vice President of Development at Universal Television Alternative Studio, a division of Universal Studio Group. She oversees series development across all platforms and works closely with the studio's roster of producing partners, including Dwayne Johnson, Tina Fey, Jordan Peele, Dick Wolf, Jimmy Fallon and Amy Poehler.

Rodman has been instrumental in the development of hit unscripted shows and formats, including the popular competition series “Baking It,” starring Emmy®-nominated hosts Maya Rudolph and Amy Poehler; athletic competition series “The Titan Games,” hosted by Dwayne Johnson; and the Emmy-nominated music and comedy event series “That's My Jam."

Speaker

Marc
Velez

Marc Velez is Senior Vice President and Head of Development at UCP, a division of Universal Studio Group. He's responsible for the studio’s series development across cable and streaming platforms.

Velez joined UCP in 2022 and oversees development of the studio’s premium and award-winning programming, which includes “The Umbrella Academy,” “Ted,” “Based on a True Story,” “Dr. Death,” “Scott Pilgrim Takes Off,” “Candy,” “Gaslit,” “The Girl From Plainville,” “Chucky” and “Resident Alien.” He and his team support an impressive roster of creators, including Nick Antosca, Sam Esmail, Selwyn Seyfu Hinds, Seth MacFarlane, Tanya Saracho and more.

Speaker

Kelsey
Balance

Kelsey Balance is Senior Vice President of Global Scripted Series at Universal International Studios, a division of Universal Studio Group. She's charged with building on the studio’s track record of creating premium scripted content with global appeal and developing series with emerging and diverse voices.

Balance oversees development of the studio’s award-winning scripted programming across global broadcast, streaming and cable platforms. The studio’s top titles include International Emmy® Award-winning “Safe Harbour,” Peabody and BAFTA-winning “We Are Lady Parts,” global Netflix hit “One Day,” “Apples Never Fall,” “Everyone Else Burns,” “The Capture,” “Stateless,” “Clickbait,” “Everything I Know About Love” and “Transplant."

Speaker

Peter
White

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From assessing pitches to staffing writers' rooms to offering script notes and more, Universal Studio Group's television executives dive deep into their development processes and share what makes for a strong, mutually advantageous relationship between creators and a studio.

Moderated by: Peter White, Deadline

Speaker

Jim
Donnelly

Jim Donnelly is Executive Vice President of Comedy Development at Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group. He's responsible for the studio’s comedy series development across broadcast, cable and streaming platforms.

Donnelly and his team support a slate of ambitious storytellers, including Tina Fey, Michael Schur, Nahnatchka Khan, Amy Poehler, Dan Goor, Michael Che, Justin Spitzer, Larry Wilmore, Alan Yang and more. He's been instrumental in the development of several Emmy® Award-winning series, including “Hacks” and “Russian Doll," as well as the critically lauded and commercially successful “Never Have I Ever," “Girls5eva,” “Little America,” “Loot” and “The Good Place.”

Speaker

Vivian
Cannon

Vivian Cannon is Executive Vice President of Drama Development at Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group. She's responsible for the studio’s drama series development across broadcast, cable and streaming platforms.

Cannon has been a driving force behind the development of many critically acclaimed dramas, including the Emmy® Award-nominated series “The Gilded Age” and “New Amsterdam,” as well as commercial hits like “Bel-Air,” “The Equalizer,” “La Brea,” “Quantum Leap,” “The Irrational” and “The Best Man: The Final Chapters,” which became Peacock’s first-ever series to crack Nielsen’s Top 10 streaming chart.

Speaker

Monica
Rodman

Monica Rodman is Executive Vice President of Development at Universal Television Alternative Studio, a division of Universal Studio Group. She oversees series development across all platforms and works closely with the studio's roster of producing partners, including Dwayne Johnson, Tina Fey, Jordan Peele, Dick Wolf, Jimmy Fallon and Amy Poehler.

Rodman has been instrumental in the development of hit unscripted shows and formats, including the popular competition series “Baking It,” starring Emmy®-nominated hosts Maya Rudolph and Amy Poehler; athletic competition series “The Titan Games,” hosted by Dwayne Johnson; and the Emmy-nominated music and comedy event series “That's My Jam."

Speaker

Marc
Velez

Marc Velez is Senior Vice President and Head of Development at UCP, a division of Universal Studio Group. He's responsible for the studio’s series development across cable and streaming platforms.

Velez joined UCP in 2022 and oversees development of the studio’s premium and award-winning programming, which includes “The Umbrella Academy,” “Ted,” “Based on a True Story,” “Dr. Death,” “Scott Pilgrim Takes Off,” “Candy,” “Gaslit,” “The Girl From Plainville,” “Chucky” and “Resident Alien.” He and his team support an impressive roster of creators, including Nick Antosca, Sam Esmail, Selwyn Seyfu Hinds, Seth MacFarlane, Tanya Saracho and more.

Speaker

Kelsey
Balance

Kelsey Balance is Senior Vice President of Global Scripted Series at Universal International Studios, a division of Universal Studio Group. She's charged with building on the studio’s track record of creating premium scripted content with global appeal and developing series with emerging and diverse voices.

Balance oversees development of the studio’s award-winning scripted programming across global broadcast, streaming and cable platforms. The studio’s top titles include International Emmy® Award-winning “Safe Harbour,” Peabody and BAFTA-winning “We Are Lady Parts,” global Netflix hit “One Day,” “Apples Never Fall,” “Everyone Else Burns,” “The Capture,” “Stateless,” “Clickbait,” “Everything I Know About Love” and “Transplant."

Speaker

Peter
White

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From assessing pitches to staffing writers' rooms to offering script notes and more, Universal Studio Group's television executives dive deep into their development processes and share what makes for a strong, mutually advantageous relationship between creators and a studio.

Moderated by: Peter White, Deadline

Speaker

Jim
Donnelly

Jim Donnelly is Executive Vice President of Comedy Development at Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group. He's responsible for the studio’s comedy series development across broadcast, cable and streaming platforms.

Donnelly and his team support a slate of ambitious storytellers, including Tina Fey, Michael Schur, Nahnatchka Khan, Amy Poehler, Dan Goor, Michael Che, Justin Spitzer, Larry Wilmore, Alan Yang and more. He's been instrumental in the development of several Emmy® Award-winning series, including “Hacks” and “Russian Doll," as well as the critically lauded and commercially successful “Never Have I Ever," “Girls5eva,” “Little America,” “Loot” and “The Good Place.”

Speaker

Vivian
Cannon

Vivian Cannon is Executive Vice President of Drama Development at Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group. She's responsible for the studio’s drama series development across broadcast, cable and streaming platforms.

Cannon has been a driving force behind the development of many critically acclaimed dramas, including the Emmy® Award-nominated series “The Gilded Age” and “New Amsterdam,” as well as commercial hits like “Bel-Air,” “The Equalizer,” “La Brea,” “Quantum Leap,” “The Irrational” and “The Best Man: The Final Chapters,” which became Peacock’s first-ever series to crack Nielsen’s Top 10 streaming chart.

Speaker

Monica
Rodman

Monica Rodman is Executive Vice President of Development at Universal Television Alternative Studio, a division of Universal Studio Group. She oversees series development across all platforms and works closely with the studio's roster of producing partners, including Dwayne Johnson, Tina Fey, Jordan Peele, Dick Wolf, Jimmy Fallon and Amy Poehler.

Rodman has been instrumental in the development of hit unscripted shows and formats, including the popular competition series “Baking It,” starring Emmy®-nominated hosts Maya Rudolph and Amy Poehler; athletic competition series “The Titan Games,” hosted by Dwayne Johnson; and the Emmy-nominated music and comedy event series “That's My Jam."

Speaker

Marc
Velez

Marc Velez is Senior Vice President and Head of Development at UCP, a division of Universal Studio Group. He's responsible for the studio’s series development across cable and streaming platforms.

Velez joined UCP in 2022 and oversees development of the studio’s premium and award-winning programming, which includes “The Umbrella Academy,” “Ted,” “Based on a True Story,” “Dr. Death,” “Scott Pilgrim Takes Off,” “Candy,” “Gaslit,” “The Girl From Plainville,” “Chucky” and “Resident Alien.” He and his team support an impressive roster of creators, including Nick Antosca, Sam Esmail, Selwyn Seyfu Hinds, Seth MacFarlane, Tanya Saracho and more.

Speaker

Kelsey
Balance

Kelsey Balance is Senior Vice President of Global Scripted Series at Universal International Studios, a division of Universal Studio Group. She's charged with building on the studio’s track record of creating premium scripted content with global appeal and developing series with emerging and diverse voices.

Balance oversees development of the studio’s award-winning scripted programming across global broadcast, streaming and cable platforms. The studio’s top titles include International Emmy® Award-winning “Safe Harbour,” Peabody and BAFTA-winning “We Are Lady Parts,” global Netflix hit “One Day,” “Apples Never Fall,” “Everyone Else Burns,” “The Capture,” “Stateless,” “Clickbait,” “Everything I Know About Love” and “Transplant."

Speaker

Peter
White

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Event Series Panels

It’s In the Details: Costume Design for Television

Sie FilmCenter: Maglione Theater 2510 E Colfax Ave, Denver, CO

No matter the genre or time period, costumes are key in conveying the core of the story in TV drama and comedies. Driven by the details, Costume Designers tirelessly research...

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No matter the genre or time period, costumes are key in conveying the core of the story in TV drama and comedies. Driven by the details, Costume Designers tirelessly research contemporary and vintage fashion trends and lifestyles in the pursuit of deepening the connection to the character for both the performer and the audience. Join SeriesFest for an in depth conversation into this unsung art form with Costume Designers from some of your favorite series.

Speaker

Lyn
Paolo

Speaker

Johnetta
Boone

Speaker

Salvador
Perez

Speaker

Terry
Dresbach

Costume Designer - Film and Television, Thirty Years.
Attended Academy Of Art School San Francisco.
Currently living in NY pursuing art.

Moderator

Stacy
Lambe

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Speaker

Lyn
Paolo

Speaker

Johnetta
Boone

Speaker

Salvador
Perez

Speaker

Terry
Dresbach

Costume Designer - Film and Television, Thirty Years.
Attended Academy Of Art School San Francisco.
Currently living in NY pursuing art.

Moderator

Stacy
Lambe

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Speaker

Lyn
Paolo

Speaker

Johnetta
Boone

Speaker

Salvador
Perez

Speaker

Terry
Dresbach

Costume Designer - Film and Television, Thirty Years.
Attended Academy Of Art School San Francisco.
Currently living in NY pursuing art.

Moderator

Stacy
Lambe

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Speaker

Lyn
Paolo

Speaker

Johnetta
Boone

Speaker

Salvador
Perez

Speaker

Terry
Dresbach

Costume Designer - Film and Television, Thirty Years.
Attended Academy Of Art School San Francisco.
Currently living in NY pursuing art.

Moderator

Stacy
Lambe

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Speaker

Lyn
Paolo

Speaker

Johnetta
Boone

Speaker

Salvador
Perez

Speaker

Terry
Dresbach

Costume Designer - Film and Television, Thirty Years.
Attended Academy Of Art School San Francisco.
Currently living in NY pursuing art.

Moderator

Stacy
Lambe

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Speaker

Lyn
Paolo

Speaker

Johnetta
Boone

Speaker

Salvador
Perez

Speaker

Terry
Dresbach

Costume Designer - Film and Television, Thirty Years.
Attended Academy Of Art School San Francisco.
Currently living in NY pursuing art.

Moderator

Stacy
Lambe

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Speaker

Lyn
Paolo

Speaker

Johnetta
Boone

Speaker

Salvador
Perez

Speaker

Terry
Dresbach

Costume Designer - Film and Television, Thirty Years.
Attended Academy Of Art School San Francisco.
Currently living in NY pursuing art.

Moderator

Stacy
Lambe

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No matter the genre or time period, costumes are key in conveying the core of the story in TV drama and comedies. Driven by the details, Costume Designers tirelessly research contemporary and vintage fashion trends and lifestyles in the pursuit of deepening the connection to the character for both the performer and the audience. Join SeriesFest for an in depth conversation into this unsung art form with Costume Designers from some of your favorite series.

Speaker

Lyn
Paolo

Speaker

Johnetta
Boone

Speaker

Salvador
Perez

Speaker

Terry
Dresbach

Costume Designer - Film and Television, Thirty Years.
Attended Academy Of Art School San Francisco.
Currently living in NY pursuing art.

Moderator

Stacy
Lambe

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Speaker

Lyn
Paolo

Speaker

Johnetta
Boone

Speaker

Salvador
Perez

Speaker

Terry
Dresbach

Costume Designer - Film and Television, Thirty Years.
Attended Academy Of Art School San Francisco.
Currently living in NY pursuing art.

Moderator

Stacy
Lambe

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Speaker

Lyn
Paolo

Speaker

Johnetta
Boone

Speaker

Salvador
Perez

Speaker

Terry
Dresbach

Costume Designer - Film and Television, Thirty Years.
Attended Academy Of Art School San Francisco.
Currently living in NY pursuing art.

Moderator

Stacy
Lambe

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Speaker

Lyn
Paolo

Speaker

Johnetta
Boone

Speaker

Salvador
Perez

Speaker

Terry
Dresbach

Costume Designer - Film and Television, Thirty Years.
Attended Academy Of Art School San Francisco.
Currently living in NY pursuing art.

Moderator

Stacy
Lambe

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State of the Industry

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Episodic storytelling has seen epic levels of success in recent years, but with streaming wars, corporate mergers, and an overwhelming amount of available content, the landscape is constantly shifting. Join...

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Episodic storytelling has seen epic levels of success in recent years, but with streaming wars, corporate mergers, and an overwhelming amount of available content, the landscape is constantly shifting. Join entertainment industry leaders for a discussion on emerging trends, what distributors are currently looking for, and predictions for what’s next.

Speaker

Tom
Verica

Speaker

Jennifer
Loren

Speaker

Jocelyn
Sabo

Speaker

Jennifer
Gwartz

Speaker

Melissa
Myers

Speaker

Diana
Williams

Moderator

Peter
White

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Speaker

Tom
Verica

Speaker

Jennifer
Loren

Speaker

Jocelyn
Sabo

Speaker

Jennifer
Gwartz

Speaker

Melissa
Myers

Speaker

Diana
Williams

Moderator

Peter
White

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Speaker

Tom
Verica

Speaker

Jennifer
Loren

Speaker

Jocelyn
Sabo

Speaker

Jennifer
Gwartz

Speaker

Melissa
Myers

Speaker

Diana
Williams

Moderator

Peter
White

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Speaker

Tom
Verica