Conrad Green signs one-year overall deal with Fox

The former Dancing With the Stars showrunner has signed a one-year overall deal with Fox to develop original formats and exec produce unscripted series.
September 25, 2015

Former Dancing With the Stars executive producer Conrad Green has signed a one-year overall deal with Fox.

Under the deal, Green will develop original formats and executive produce unscripted series for the U.S. broadcaster. He was the showrunner on Dancing With the Stars for 18 seasons until he left the series last year. He recently served as executive producer of the U.S. version of Utopia, a short-lived social experiment series from Talpa Media that aired on Fox last fall.

Dancing With the Stars earned nine Emmy nominations during Green’s run with the series. Earlier in his career he worked for the BBC in the UK where he developed and produced entertainment formats. He also served as a series editor on the first season of Big Brother. He is represented by ICM Partners.

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