Robert Greenblatt is currently President of Entertainment for Showtime Networks Inc. where he is responsible for programming development, acquisitions, and scheduling of all Showtime channels. Current original series hits include "Weeds," "Dexter," "The Tudors," "Californication," "The L Word," "Brotherhood," "Secret Diary of a Call Girl," "This American Life," "Penn & Teller: Bullshit!" and Tracey Ullman's "State of the Union." New series for the coming season include Diablo Cody's "United States of Tara," starring Toni Collette and produced by Steven Spielberg. A project starring Edie Falco has just completed production, and a pilot created by Tim Robbins goes into production in the fall of 2008. Prior to Showtime, Greenblatt was an award-winning producer of over a dozen series on various networks including "Six Feet Under," for which he was awarded the 2002 Golden Globe for Best Television Drama Series. This show garnered dozens of Emmy nominations including four for Best Drama, and it won Greenblatt the 2003 Producers Guild Award, three GLAAD Media Awards, and the Peabody Award. He also produced two mini-series, "Elvis" (starring Golden Globe winner Jonathan Rhys Meyers) and two installments of Gregory Nava's "American Family" for PBS. Prior to producing, Greenblatt was Executive Vice President of Prime Time Programming for the Fox Broadcasting Company where he developed such seminal hits as "Beverly Hills, 90210;" "Melrose Place;" "The X-Files;" "Party of Five;" "Ally McBeal" and "King of the Hill," in addition to the pilots for "The Sopranos" and "Dawson's Creek."