In his new role as VP unscripted programming at AMC, Marco Bresaz will focus on identifying and developing unscripted programming for the network. He will report to Elliot Goldberg, SVP unscripted.
Bresaz comes to AMC from its sister network Sundance Channel where he served as VP of original programming and development. At Sundance Channel, Bresaz developed and oversaw the hit series Push Girls, and also guided development and production of the first seasons of Dream School and The Writers’ Room. Prior to joining the network in 2010, Bresaz held senior programming and development positions at TV Land, Spike TV and ABC Daytime, where he served as a production executive on both One Life To Live and All My Children.
AMC’s unscripted slate includes: Talking Dead, the live aftershow for The Walking Dead; Comic Book Men; Small Town Security, which will return for its third season this spring; Freakshow, returning for its second season next year; and its newest unscripted show, Game Of Arms, a look inside the raw and ultra-competitive world of American arm wrestling, which will premiere in February.