Liz Dickler has joined A&E Network as VP of drama programming, reporting to SVP drama Tana Nugent Jamieson. Dickler will be responsible for developing new scripted drama series and mini-series for A&E, as well as overseeing current series, including season two of The Glades and upcoming series Breakout Kings. Dickler joins A&E from ABC Studios where she spend two years as director of current series overseeing such series as Criminal Minds, Castle, Scrubs and According to Jim. Before that she served as manager of drama development where she oversaw the development of several pilots and series including Kyle XY, Cane and Dirt.
ABC Studios Exec Joins A&E As VP Drama
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