Channing Dungey
ABC/Craig Sjodin
United States
2018

Netflix

Channing
Dungey

VP, Original Content

Her tenure as ABC Entertainment boss from 2016-2018 came with plenty of scrutiny for the former drama development exec. The spotlight grew brighter when she made the widely praised call to cancel returning “Roseanne” following a racist tweet by Barr and pick up with spinoff “The Conners” — minus its titular character. Dungey rose from ABC Studios’ VP of drama development to EVP of drama development, movies and miniseries for ABC Entertainment Group. Among her early jobs were Steamroller Productions story editor and production exec at Warner Bros., before forming Dexterity Pictures with Pamela Post in 2003. Dungey’s time at Dexterity revealed her knack for development, and her touch is visible in shows like “Scandal,” “How to Get Away with Murder” and “Black-ish.” She will join Cindy Holland as VP of Originals at Netflix in February.

Career

  • 20th Century Fox Television
  • ABC Entertainment
  • Touchstone Television

Education

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

Variety Honors

  • 2017 Variety500 Honoree
  • Variety Power of Women
  • Women's Impact
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Channing Dungey Joins Netflix as VP of Original Content

Channing Dungey Joins Netflix as VP of Original Content

Former ABC Entertainment president Channing Dungey is joining Netflix as the vice president of original content, Variety has learned.In her new role, she will report to Cindy Holland, who is also vice president of original content. Dungey is expected to start working at the streamer in February.“We’re delighted to be adding Channing’s expertise, leadership and deep experience to Netflix, and I look forward to partnering with her as we continue to grow and evolve our global network," said Holland. "I have...

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