Bravo has elevated programming and development veep Amy Introcaso-Davis to senior VP of development and production.
Cabler also has greenlit a second season of the gym-set reality series “Work Out.” Production on six new episodes begins next month.
Gotham-based Introcaso-Davis will continue to oversee development on both coasts and report to Frances Berwick, exec VP of programming and development.
During her four years at the cabler, Introcaso-Davis has developed and exec produced series including “Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List,” “Showbiz Moms and Dads,” “Tabloid Wars” and “Celebrity Poker Showdown.”
She also developed and exec produced “Queer Eye for the Straight Guy” and is at work on cabler’s upcoming skein “Better Half,” hosted by Susie Essman.
Berwick said Introcaso-Davis was instrumental in developing the kinds of shows and identifying trends and talent that have made Bravo “a water-cooler brand.”
Prior to Bravo, the exec worked at IFC and Lifetime, overseeing daytime and primetime programming. Introcaso-Davis also held senior positions at Fox Broadcasting and CBS.