Bravo has bolstered its programming ranks, promoting Amy Introcaso-Davis and adding Bravo duties to Trio execs Andrew Cohen and David Serwatka.
Introcaso-Davis has been upped to VP of development and production, while Cohen has been named VP of production and programming.
Introcaso-Davis was previously a production and development veep for Bravo’s East Coast team. She now has oversight of both East and West Coast development and will report to senior VP of programming and production Frances Berwick. Among the Bravo shows she developed and exec produced are “Queer Eye for the Straight Guy” and “Celebrity Poker Showdown.” Prior to Bravo, she held positions at IFC, Lifetime, Fox and CBS.
In addition to programming at Trio, Cohen will tack on duties related to Bravo’s current series production. Exec will also oversee Bravo’s upcoming slate of original series, including “Showdog Moms and Dads.” At Trio, Cohen developed and supervised specs including “Easy Riders/Raging Bulls” as well as original skeins.Meanwhile, Serwatka has joined as a director of production and programming, responsible for series and specials. Serwatka was director of docs at Trio.