E! Entertainment has tapped Amy Introcaso-Davis as executive vice-president, development and production.
Beginning Sept. 25, she will shepherd all unscripted development and production for the NBCUniversal-owned entertainment brand.
Introcaso-Davis takes over from Jeff Olde, who stepped down from the position earlier this month.
She most recently served as EVP, programming and development at GSN. She joined the company in 2001 and was responsible for the production and development of programs including Skin Wars and The American Bible Challenge, which according to a statement, are the two most successful series in the network’s history.
Introcaso-Davis previously held posts at NBCUniversal as SVP, development and production at Bravo, and SVP, original programming and development at Oxygen, where she oversaw the development and execution of 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.
Before joining Bravo, Introcaso-Davis was the VP for series at Lifetime and held a development and casting role at Fox.
“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 Adam Stotsky, president, E!, in a statement. “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.”