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December 13, 2018

Debra Curtis, Television Executives

Debra Curtis serves as Executive Vice President, Current Programming at Entertainment One (eOne) Television. Since joining eOne in September of 2012, Debra has been responsible for overseeing more than a dozen series, including The Rookie (ABC), Designated Survivor (Netflix), Ransom (CBS), You Me Her (Audience Network) as well as now completed series Hell on Wheels (AMC), Haven (Syfy) and Rookie Blue (ABC).

Prior to joining eOne, Debra spent 15 years at Sony Pictures Television where she was Vice President of Current Programming and was responsible for 25 series, including the Emmy Award winning and nominated series Damages (FX), Rescue Me (FX), Community (NBC), The Shield (FX) and Joan of Arcadia (CBS).

Debra has a long history with the Television Academy. Prior to serving as Governor, she was on the Peer Group Executive Committee and previously spent 10 years working with the Academy's Foundation as Chair of the New Leadership Council. Debra's first job in Hollywood was as a Television Academy Foundation Summer Intern.

Debra Curtis serves as Executive Vice President, Current Programming at Entertainment One (eOne) Television. Since joining eOne in September of 2012, Debra has been responsible for overseeing more than a dozen series, including The Rookie (ABC), Designated Survivor (Netflix), Ransom (CBS), You Me Her (Audience Network) as well as now completed series Hell on Wheels (AMC), Haven (Syfy) and Rookie Blue (ABC).

Prior to joining eOne, Debra spent 15 years at Sony Pictures Television where she was Vice President of Current Programming and was responsible for 25 series, including the Emmy Award winning and nominated series Damages (FX), Rescue Me (FX), Community (NBC), The Shield (FX) and Joan of Arcadia (CBS).

Debra has a long history with the Television Academy. Prior to serving as Governor, she was on the Peer Group Executive Committee and previously spent 10 years working with the Academy's Foundation as Chair of the New Leadership Council. Debra's first job in Hollywood was as a Television Academy Foundation Summer Intern.

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