Darryl Frank is Co-President of Amblin Television, where he oversees all development, production and programming for the company. Frank works alongside longtime friend and business partner, Justin Falvey, and the two currently serve as executive producers on four series.
Frank serves as executive producer on TNT's new drama Public Morals, which was written, directed and stars Ed Burns as a 1960s detective in New York City's Public Morals Division, and recently completed its first season.
Frank is executive producer of the FOX series Minority Report, based on the international blockbuster film from Steven Spielberg. The pilot was written by Max Borenstein (Godzilla) and directed by Mark Mylod (The Affair), with Kevin Falls (The West Wing) serving as showrunner for the series.
CBS recently picked up the murder-mystery drama American Gothic, with a 13-episode straight-to-series order for Summer 2016. The show revolves around a Boston family that discovers their recently-deceased patriarch may be connected to a series of murders over the past few decades. Frank serves as executive producer of the series, written by Corinne Brinkerhoff, and also executive produced by Justin Falvey and James Frey.
Frank also serves as executive producer on All The Way, an upcoming HBO movie starring Bryan Cranston and written by Robert Schenkkan, which is adapted from Schenkkan's Tony® Award-winning play of the same name.
In his 20-year tenure at Amblin Television, some of Frank's previous credits include executive producing two seasons of the NBC musical-drama series Smash starring Anjelica Huston, Debra Messing and Katharine McPhee; three seasons of the CBS summer series Under the Dome; five seasons of the Noah Wyle TNT series Falling Skies; two seasons of the CBS series Extant starring Halle Berry; three seasons of the Showtime series The Borgias starring Jeremy Irons; and three seasons of The United States of Tara with Oscar®-winning series creator Diablo Cody (Juno), and starring Emmy® and Golden Globe®-winning actress Toni Collette.
Additionally, Frank developed and served as executive producer on the NBC drama Las Vegas for all five seasons and 106 episodes. He also oversaw the development and production of Spin City starring Michael J. Fox for its entire six-season run.
In the long-form arena, Frank served as co-executive producer on Into The West, a 12-hour limited series from executive producer Steven Spielberg, which became the most Emmy-nominated program in 2006, with 16 nominations, and garnered a Golden Globe nomination for Best Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television. In addition, Frank served as the co-executive producer on Taken, the epic 20-hour miniseries for the SyFy Channel, which won the Emmy in 2002 for Best Mini-Series and was nominated in the same category for the Golden Globes.