Amy Introcaso-Davis Named EVP, Development & Produciton for E! Entertainment

Amy Introcaso-Davis Named EVP, Development & Produciton for E! Entertainment

Amy Introcaso-Davis Named EVP, Development & Produciton for E! Entertainment

E! Entertainment announced today that television veteran Amy Introcaso-Davis has been appointed to Executive Vice President, Development & Production. Introcaso-Davis most recently served as Executive Vice President, Programming & Development, GSN, and previously held posts at NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment as Senior Vice President, Development & Production, Bravo, and Senior Vice President, Original Programming & Development, Oxygen. Starting September 25, she will return to NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment and lead all unscripted development and production for the global pop culture brand, reporting to Adam Stotsky, President, E!

"Amy brings extensive experience and a track record of success creating hit shows that appeal to women, as well as a deep understanding of today's pop culture landscape," said Stotsky. "I look forward to partnering with Amy as she leads our talented development and production team, and we continue to innovate and expand our slate of hit unscripted franchises that are rooted in pop culture and celebrity lifestyles."

"It's thrilling to return home to NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment in a role that is so closely aligned with my true passion for pop culture," said Introcaso-Davis. "I am so excited to be working with Adam and team on a brand that I have long admired and consumed and am eager to join them in identifying and producing distinctive content that feeds our entertainment obsessions."

Introcaso-Davis joined GSN as Executive Vice President, Programming & Development in 2011. She was responsible for the program strategy that led to five years of consecutive growth, as well as the development and production of "Skin Wars" and "The American Bible Challenge," which rank as GSN's two most successful series in the network's history. Under her leadership, GSN earned the network's first ever Emmy nominations for "The American Bible Challenge" and "The Chase." Prior to GSN, Introcaso-Davis served as Senior Vice President, Original Programming & Development, Oxygen, where she oversaw development and production of the critically acclaimed series "The GLEE Project," along with the popular franchises "Tori and Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood," "Snapped" and "Bad Girls Club."

In her previous post as Senior Vice President, Development & Production for Bravo, Introcaso-Davis developed and executive produced the groundbreaking series "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" and "Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List." She was also responsible for the development of Bravo's long-running hit franchises "Real Housewives," "Million Dollar Listings" and "Flipping Out." While at Bravo, Introcaso-Davis won four Emmy Awards, including two for "Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List," one for "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy," and one for "Cirque Du Soleil: Fire Within."

Prior to joining Bravo, Introcaso-Davis served as Vice President for Series at Lifetime, and held a primetime development and casting role at FOX.