Angela Bromstad and Cheryl Dolins have been appointed veeps of primetime series for NBC Studios.
Both report to Ted Harbert, the newly appointed prexy of NBC Studios (Daily Variety, Aug. 24).
Bromstad segues to series production and development after spending the past two years as veep of miniseries and movies for NBC Studios. Dolins comes to the Peacock from Gramnet Prods., Kelsey Grammer’s Paramount-based banner.
Bromstad will oversee the production of NBC Studios’ hot sophomore drama “Providence” as well as “The Pretender” and “Profiler.” She’ll also work closely with veep Rob Kaplan on the development of new drama series projects.
Dolins will take on production oversight of the sitcom “Will & Grace,” which has blossomed in reruns over the summer after a slow start in its frosh season, and the midseason entry “M.Y.O.B.” She’ll also be involved in new comedy series development.
During her tenure in the made-for arena, Bromstad supervised the production of the highly rated mini “The ’60s,” as well as the telepics “Atomic Train” and the upcoming “Road Rage” and “Y2K.” She was longform programming exec at the NBC web before shifting over to the production arm in 1997.
Dolins has spent the past four years with Gramnet as veep of development. She served as a co-producer on Gramnet’s short-lived NBC sitcom “Fired Up” and as associate producer on the Peacock’s 1995 spec “Kelsey Grammer Salutes Jack Benny.”
Prior to signing on with Gramnet, Dolins worked on the production team of NBC’s “Frasier” and “Cheers.” She also served as a development exec with Triangle Entertainment, headed by “Cheers” chiefs Glen Charles, Les Charles and James Burrows.