Kevin Reilly
Turner Broadcasting System. Inc. A WarnerMedia Company
United States



Chief Creative Officer, Turner Entertainment & Direct-to-Consumer / President, TNT & TBS

Reilly joined Turner at the start of 2015 to revitalize its flagship TNT and TBS brands. As chief creative officer of Turner Entertainment, he’s looking for new ways to leverage content — as seen in the forthcoming transformation of “Conan” from an hour-long show to a half hour — and maximize cross-platform opportunities. Now three years into his tenure, Reilly has launched a roster of successful series, including “Claws,” “Animal Kingdom” and “The Alienist.” He has a reputation as a bold programmer, made all the more solid given his hand in developing such wide-ranging breakout hits as FX’s “The Shield,” NBC’s “30 Rock” and HBO’s “The Sopranos.” The former president of TV at Brillstein-Grey Entertainment, he spent seven years as chairman of Fox. Reilly recently signed on to oversee the creative direction of WarnerMedia’s incoming streaming platform which is set for a Q4 launch in 2019.


  • Brillstein-Grey Entertainment
  • Turner
  • FOX Broadcasting Company


  • Cornell University (NY, USA)

Variety Honors

  • 2017 Variety500 Honoree
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Kevin Reilly Named Content Chief for WarnerMedia Streaming Service

Kevin Reilly Named Content Chief for WarnerMedia Streaming Service

Kevin Reilly — a veteran television exec who has led programming at NBC, FX, Fox, and most recently Turner Broadcasting — has been tapped to head content strategy for the still-nascent streaming service that WarnerMedia plans to launch next year.Reilly, who has led programming at Turner brands TNT and TBS since 2015, will serve as president TBS, TNT and chief creative officer Turner and direct-to-consumer. In his new role, he will continue to head content for Turner, where he launched...


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