TV show creators worth knowing about, part 4

This list continues from part 3.

Ali Adler

Ader co-created Supergirl, a show I like a lot. She was a writer on Glee and co-created The New Normal. Adler wrote and produced episodes of various shows like Chuck and No Ordinary Family.

  • Great TV show
    • Supergirl

Greg Berlanti

Berlanti co-created Supergirl. He’s the big cheese in the TV world based on DC Comics, having been also involved with Arrow, The Flash, and Legends of Tomorrow. These 4 DC series take place in the same universe — there was a big crossover this season. He previously worked on the brilliant miniseries Political Animals as well as the shows Dawson’s Creek and Everwood. He’s also written movies and directed Life As We Know It.

  • Great TV show
    • Supergirl

Matthew Carlson

Carlson created God, the Devil and Bob. He was a producer and writer on many series including The Wonder Years and Malcolm in the Middle. More recent work includes the shows Mr. Sunshine and Jennifer Falls.

  • Great TV show
    • God, the Devil and Bob

Bruno Heller

Heller created the astonishing show Gotham. He also created Rome and The Mentalist. He wrote the movie Pax and episodes of TV shows like The Huntress and Touching Evil.

  • Masterpiece
    • Gotham

Andrew Kreisberg

Kreisberg co-created Supergirl. He also co-created Arrow, The Flash, and Legends of Tomorrow. He’s written comic books and wrote episodes of various shows like The Simpsons, Boston Legal, and Fringe.

  • Great TV show
    • Supergirl

Tim Kring

Kring created the show Heroes, which I enjoyed a lot. When it came back as Heroes Reborn I was less enthused for some reason. He also created Strange World, Crossing Jordan, and Touch. Before creating his own shows he wrote for shows such as Chicago Hope and Providence.

  • Great TV show
    • Heroes
  • TV show I stopped watching after a few episodes
    • Heroes Reborn

Bob Kushell

Kushell co-created The Muppets, the recent mockumentary-style show that lasted one season. He wrote for many shows including The Simpsons, 3rd Rock from the Sun, and Suburgatory. He hosted the talk show Anytime with Bob Kushell.

  • Great TV show
    • The Muppets

Christopher Markus & Stephen McFeely

Markus and McFeely are a writing team who created Agent Carter. They’ve worked on several movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe including Thor: The Dark World, Captain America: The Winter Solider, and the upcoming Avengers: Infinity War. They also wrote The Life and Death of Peter Sellers and the 3 movies in the Chronicles of Narnia series.

  • Great TV show
    • Agent Carter

Bill Prady

Prady is co-creator of The Muppets. He worked on various Muppet projects, and co-wrote The Muppets Celebrate Jim Henson. Prady also co-created The Big Bang Theory. He wrote and produced episodes of Dharma & Greg and Gilmore Girls.

  • Great TV show
    • The Muppets

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