Senior Director, Non-Fiction & Alternative Programming
Meet Brad Holcman, since joining A&E in 2012 as Senior Director of Non-Fiction and Alternative Programming, Brad has been overseeing some edge-of-your-seat shows like 60 Days In, the Emmy® Award-winning Intervention, Booked: First Day In, and Accused: Guilty or Innocent? But that's not all—Brad also heads up the home shows on A&E's Home.Made Nation block, which features series like Triple Digit Flip, 24 Hour Flip, 50/50 Flip, Rachael Ray’s Rebuild, and Zombie House Flipping (because who doesn't love a good zombie-themed renovation show?).
And let's not forget about some of A&E's past hits that Brad has been a part of including Duck Dynasty, Panic 9-1-1, America’s Top Dog, Digital Addiction, and Undercover High.
Brad's journey to A&E started at fox21, where he oversaw the development of reality and alternative programming like Beauty and the Geek and Game Show in My Head. He even helped with fox21's slate of scripted projects, including Homeland and Sons of Anarchy. Before that, Brad worked in Drama Development at 20th Century Fox Television and received a Sports Management and Communication degree from the University of Michigan.
When he's not busy producing award-winning television, Brad is an active member of A&E's DEI committees and even leads a Monday Motivation group. Plus, he's also a Volunteer Firefighter for his hometown fire department and is currently training to become an EMT.