Senior Director of Non-Fiction & Alternative Programming
Brad Holcman joined A&E in 2012 as Senior Director, Non-Fiction and Alternative Programming. In this role, Holcman oversees the development and production of many of A&E’s unscripted critically acclaimed projects including “60 Days In," “Intervention (4-time Emmy Nominee),” “Accused: Guilty or Innocent?,” A&E’s Home.Made Nation block (“Rachel Ray’s Renovation Rescue”, “Triple Digit Flip”, “Zombie House Flipping”, “50/50 Flip”, “Living Smaller”), “Digital Addiction”, “Panic 9-1-1” and other series yet to be announced. He has also overseen some of A&E’s past hits including “America’s Top Dog (A&E’s first competition series),” “9-1-1: I Was There,” “Duck Dynasty,” “Behind Bars: Rookie Year,” “Gangland Undercover,” “The Employables” and “Undercover High” to name a few.
His passion is to build relationships with the world’s producers and broadcasters to develop and produce for A&E. Additionally, he serves on many of A&E’s DEI committees and leads a Monday Motivation group. Holcman came to A&E from fox21 where he served as Director of Creative Affairs, and was responsible for overseeing the development of all reality and alternative programming including “Countdown,” “Beauty and the Geek,” “Saved,” “Untitled Jamie Kennedy Project” and “Game Show in My Head,” as well as numerous pilots for broadcast and cable networks. He also assisted with fox21’s slate of scripted projects, including “Homeland”, “Sons of Anarchy” and “Brickleberry." Prior to fox21, Holcman worked in Drama Development at 20th Century Fox Television. Brad received his Bachelor’s degree in Sports Management and Communication from the University of Michigan. Brad is also a Volunteer Firefighter for his hometown fire department and training to be an EMT.