EXCLUSIVE: Former TV Land and Ryan Seacrest Prods executive Eliot Goldberg has joined CMT on the West Coast as SVP Development and Programming. He will oversee development of new programming — both unscripted and scripted — reporting to Jayson Dinsmore, EVP Development and Programming. CMT has been expanding into reality, most recently launching new Thursday series Texas Women and Sweet Home Alabama. It also ventured into scripted television with sitcom Working Class, which ran for one season. Goldberg recently served as SVP Development and Original Programming at a cable network that has found success with original sitcoms — TV Land. There he developed and oversaw scripted and non-scripted programming. Goldberg was involved in the development of scripted comedies Hot in Cleveland, Retired at 35 and Happily Divorced. His recent reality series include High School Reunion and Harry Loves Lisa. Before TV Land, Goldberg was EVP Programming and Development for Ryan Seacrest Prods at the company’s launch. He created, developed and executive produced such series as mega hit Keeping Up With the Kardashians, offshoot Khourtney and Khloe Take Miami and Denise Richards: It’s Complicated. Goldberg also produced Momma’s Boys for NBC and co-developed the Emmy-winning ABC series Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution. Prior to joining Ryan Seacrest Prods, Goldberg served as VP Alternative Programming for The WB Network, where he developed and oversaw Beauty and the Geek. His resume also includes stints at Stone Stanley Entertainment, Disney and VH1. Goldberg started his career as a producer and launched the long-running syndicated newsmagazine Access Hollywood.
Eliot Goldberg Named SVP Development & Programming For CMT
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