Anne Mensah
Courtesy of Netflix
United Kingdom



VP, Content

Mensah is at the forefront of Netflix’s plans to scale up in the U.K., its third-biggest production site after the U.S. and Canada and where it committed to spend over $1 billion in 2021. An astute commissioner who has worked at Sky and the BBC on shows such as “Wallander,” “Patrick Melrose” and “Chernobyl,” she’s led the streamer’s U.K. scripted series team since 2018, working alongside film boss Fiona Lamptey. Her mandate is to source U.K. content that can find a global audience, such as “The Crown,” which swept the boards at this year’s Emmys, or “Sex Education.” Coming down the tracks are new seasons of “The Crown,” “After Life” and “Top Boy” as well as brand-new series including “Anatomy of a Scandal,” “Stay Close,” “Lockwood & Co.” and “Half Bad.”


  • BBC
  • Netflix
  • Sky UK


  • University of California–Los Angeles (CA, USA)
  • University of Exeter (England)

Variety Honors

  • 2019 Variety500 Honoree
  • 2020 Variety500 Honoree
  • Women's Impact
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FX announced that the comedy series "Better Things" will premiere its fifth and final season on Feb. 28, 2022 at 10 p.m. and will also stream on Hulu. The premiere will feature the first two episodes of the season, with the rest of the season unveiling one episode each following week.In its final chapter, "Better Things" focuses on the road ahead for Sam Fox (Pamela Adlon) as she navigates her three daughters, her acting career and her aging mother (as...


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