Fox Alum Marcus Blakely Joins Television 360 (Exclusive)
Blakely, formerly of the network's drama development team, will work in the growing production arm of Management 360.
Marcus Blakely is the latest to join the growing ranks of Television 360, the television production arm of Management 360. The Fox Broadcasting alum will help in the division's development and production efforts in the scripted and nonscripted arenas.
Blakely, who most recently served as manager in drama development at Fox, worked to launch two of the coming season's drama efforts at the network, Rake and Gang Related. His 15 years in television also include a tenure at Sony Pictures Television, where he served as head creative executive of scripted series development for Crackle.
He will report directly to Television 360 head Meghan Lyvers, who has been running the operation since Management 360 started boosting its TV production efforts in 2011.
Television 360 currently a co-producer on Game of Thrones, which comes from 360 clients David Benioff and D.B. Weiss. In addition to the HBO flagship, Television 360 also produces Bravo's It's a Brad Brad World and Style's upcoming reboot of Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, starring Nick Cannon.
The current development slate also includes adaptations of Tony Tost's Heartland Trucking at Showtime and Dan Simmons' The Terror at AMC.
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