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Max Aronson

Director, Creative Affairs
: Sony Pictures Television
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Exec Credits

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TV TitleNetworksJob TitleCompanyStatusSeason
BAD TEACHERCBSCurrent Exec
Sony Pictures Television
Mosaic
Quantity Entertainment
CBS Television Studios
Completed2013-2014
COMMUNITYNBCCurrent Exec
Universal Television
Sony Pictures Television
Krasnoff/Foster Entertainment
Production2013-2014
HELIXSyFyCurrent Exec
Sony Pictures Television
Tall Ship Productions
Lynda Obst Productions
Completed2013-2014
COMMUNITYNBCCurrent Exec
Universal Television
Sony Pictures Television
Krasnoff/Foster Entertainment
Completed2012-2013
RULES OF ENGAGEMENTCBSCurrent Exec
Sony Pictures Television
CBS Television Studios
Happy Madison Productions
Completed2012-2013
RULES OF ENGAGEMENTCBSCurrent Exec
Sony Pictures Television
CBS Television Studios
Happy Madison Productions
Completed2011-2012
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