Fox Television Group chairmen Dana Walden and Gary Newman with spouses, branding consultant Matt Walden and entertainment attorney Jeanne Newman, respectively.
Charlie Collier and Joel Stillerman
AMC president Charlie Collier, left, andexecutive vp original programming Joel Stillerman.
Richard Plepler and Michael Lombardo
HBO chairman and CEO Richard Plepler and president of programming Michael Lombardo.
Len Amato and Kary Antholis
HBO Films film president Len Amato, left, with miniseries president KaryAntholis.
Paul Lee and Danny Lee
ABC Entertainment Group president Paul Lee, right, and son Danny Lee.
Bonnie Hammer and Jesse Heussner
NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment chairman Bonnie Hammer, right, with son Jesse Heussner.
Fox Broadcasting Company entertainment president David Madden with wife Marci Pool.
CBS Entertainment chairman Nina Tassler with husband Jerry Levine.
Matt Blank and David Nevins
Showtime chairman and CEO Matt Blank, left, with wife Susan Blank, and president David Nevinswith wife Andrea Nevins.
Bob Greenblatt and David Janollari
NBC Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblattand producer David Janollari.
Jennifer Salke and Bert Salke
NBC Entertainment president Jennifer Salkeand Fox 21 president Bert Salke.
Ted Sarandos and Nicole Avant
Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos with wife Nicole Avant.
Cindy Holland and Annie Imhoff
Netflix vp original content Cindy Holland, right, and guest Annie Imhoff.
Bela Bajaria and Doug Prochilo
Executive vp of Universal TV BelaBajaria with husband Doug Prochilo.
Lionsgate CEO Jon Feltheimerwith daughter Maya Feltheimer.
NBC Broadcasting chairman Ted Harbert with wife Lisa.
CBS TV Studios president David Stapf.
Joe Earley and Adrian Alvarez
Fox Television Group COO Joe Earley, right, with partner Adrian Alvarez.
Warner Bros. Television Group president of business and strategy Craig Hunegsand daughter Kiki, left, with president and chief content officer Peter Roth, right,and Warner Bros. EntertainmentCEO Kevin Tsujihara and wife Sandy.
21st Century Fox co-COO James Murdoch with wife Kathryn.
Patrick Moran and Jordan Budde
ABC Studios executive vp creative and production Patrick Moran, right, with partner Jordan Budde.
Bob and Linda Gersh
The Gersh Agency co-president Bob Gershwith wife Linda Gersh.
NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment president and chief content officer Jeff Wachtel and wife Sheryl Wachtel.
Wendi Trilling and Steve Trilling
CBS Entertainment exec vp comedy development Wendi Trilling with husband Steve Trilling.
From left: Lionsgate Television Group COO Sandra Stern, exec vp television development Chris Selak and chairman Kevin Beggs.
Steven Siebert and Leslie Siebert
Lighthouse Entertainment owner Steven Siebert and Gersh managing partner Leslie Siebert.
Peter Golden and Lori Openden
CBS executive vp talent and casting Peter Golden and The CW head of casting Lori Openden.
Lifetime executive vp programming and GM Rob Sharenowand wife Stacey Creem.
FX president of original programming Eric Schrier with wife Amanda Schrier.
Nick Grad and Carolyn Bernstein
FX president of original programming Nick Grad and Shine America exec vp scripted programming Carolyn Bernstein.
Chuck Saftler and Colleen Saftler
FX president of program strategy and COO Chuck Saftler with wife Colleen Saftler.
Casey Bloys and Mike Ellenberg
HBO head of comedy Casey Bloys, right, and head of drama Mike Ellenberg.
NBC president of alternative and late-night programming Paul Telegdy with wife Lauren Telegdy.
Zack Van Amburg
Sony Pictures TV's president of U.S. programming and production Zack Van Amburgwith wife Lisa Van Amburg.
AMC president and CEO Josh Sapan.
Head of Disney Media Networks and Disney-ABC Television Group Ben Sherwood.
Nne Ebong and Channing Dungey
ABC Studios senior vp drama development NneEbong, left, and ABC Entertainment Group exec vp drama development, movies and miniseries Channing Dungey.
CBS Network Television Entertainment Group executive vp current programming Glenn Geller, second from left, with guest Jim Maresca, and CBS Entertainment exec vp drama development Christina Davis with guest Darcy Jovan.
Comedy Central president Michele Ganeless with husband Peter Land.
UTA board member, partner and head of TV literary Matt Rice, partner and TV literary agent Dan Erlij, partner and TV literary agent Larry Salz, partner and co-head of TV talent Mike Jelline, and partner and talent agent Jay Sures.
UTA partner and TV literary agent David Park with TV literary agents Leslie Schuster and Josh Hornstock.
Roma Khanna and Gary Barber
MGM television group and digital presidentRoma KhannaandMGM chairman and CEO Gary Barber.
Doug Herzog, Noreen Herzog, Michele Brennan and Kent Alterman
Viacom Entertainment Group's Doug Herzog, Noreen Herzog, Michele Brennan and Comedy Central's president of content development and original programming Kent Alterman.
WME'sMatt Solo, Scott Seidel, Lisa Harrison,Marc Korman, Cori Wellins, Richard Weitz, Paul Haas, Rick Rosen, Greg Hodes, and Ari Greenburg.
CAA'sAndrew Miller, Tom Young, Sonya Rosenfeld, Adam Berkowitz, Chelsea Reed, Ryan Lee and Tiffany Ward.
ICM Partners' TV lit agents LannyNoveck, Bryan Diperstein, HowieTanenbaum, and HrishiDesai.
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