A&E Exec Brad Holcman To Exit After More Than A Decade

EXCLUSIVE: Brad Holcman, who has exec produced series including 60 Days In and Intervention, is leaving A&E.

Deadline understands that Holcman is exiting the company after joining in 2012 as Senior Director of Non-Fiction and Alternative Programming.

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In addition to overseeing series such as Booked: First Day In and Accused: Guilty or Innocent?, he worked on A&E’s Home.Made.Nation block, which features series like Triple Digit Flip, 24 Hour Flip, 50/50 Flip, Rachael Ray’s Rebuild and Zombie House Flipping.

Home.Made.Nation, the multi-platform content hub, recently signed a development deal with Reese Witherspoon’s Hello Sunshine for lifestyle series such as Find My Country House, a co-production between Hello Sunshine and Abode Entertainment, which will premiere in the summer of 2024.

Holcman has also worked on shows such as Duck Dynasty, Panic 9-1-1 and America’s Top Dog.

He joined A&E from Fox21, where he oversaw development of reality series such as Beauty and the Geek and Game Show in My Head and spent eight years in various role including in drama development.

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