EXCLUSIVE: Syfy‘s SVP Original Programming Andrew Plotkin will leave the cable network when his contract is up in June to pursue other opportunities. Since joining Syfy in 2009, Plotkin has shepherded development, reporting to Syfy’s president original programming Mark Stern. Before Syfy, Plotkin served as an executive producer at CCTV, China’s national broadcaster. From 2004-2008, he and partner Steve Pearlman ran Warner Bros TV-based Class IV Prods, which produced two series, Reunion on Fox and Related on The WB. Before that, he served as VP Drama Development for WBTV.
Syfy's SVP Original Programming Andrew Plotkin To Exit
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