Amy Introcaso-Davis exiting from Oxygen

The female-skewing, NBCUniversal-owned cable net is now on the hunt for a replacement for the senior VP of original programming and development, who will stay on until the search is over.
July 29, 2011

Amy Introcaso-Davis, senior VP of original programming and development for female-skewing, NBCUniversal-owned Oxygen, is leaving the net.

The network, home to series such as Bad Girls Club, Dance Your Ass Off and The Glee Project, is currently conducting a search for a replacement, and Introcaso-Davis will stay on until one is found, according to a spokesperson for NBCUniversal.

At Oxygen, Introcaso-Davis developed such hits as Dance Your Ass Off and Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood. She’s been with the net in 2008.

Introcaso-Davis has had a long history in programming for female-skewing nets. Prior to Oxygen, she’d been with another NBCUniversal cable net, Bravo, where she was responsible for such series as Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List, the Real Housewives franchise, Flipping Out and The Millionaire Matchmaker. Before Bravo, she had stints at Lifetime as vice president of series, Fox Broadcasting in development and casting for primetime, and had director of casting positions at CBS, Marsha Kleinman and Associates and Playwrights Horizons.

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