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Brandie Tucker

Head of Alternative TV
Brandie Tucker is the Head of Alternative Television at FBE where she oversees the TV department in both development and current programming. A dynamic and experienced Executive Producer, Tucker shapes the multimedia entertainment studio’s premium longform programming slate from idea conception through delivery, with a keen eye on utilizing FBE’s digital prowess to engage viewers and reinvent traditional models. Her never-ending passion and curiosity for unique stories has driven her to create and produce a vast variety of formats across traditional and digital platforms in scripted, unscripted and hybrid genres.
Tucker has an extensive background in television production, having previously produced several popular TV series such as Big Brother (CBS), Hell’s Kitchen (FOX), Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory (MTV), I’m a Celebrity Get Me Outta Here! (NBC) and Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader? (FOX). Her thoughtful visual style plus her ability to connect with talent has also made her a sought-after Director. Additionally, Tucker is a seasoned and compelling interviewer, having interviewed hundreds of celebrity and non-celebrity talent for television. She was the first to get Patti Blagojevich to publicly speak about husband Rod Blagojevich’s prison sentence, and helped Carly Fleischmann, a young woman diagnosed with severe autism and OCD, pursue her dream of being a non-verbal talk show host by interviewing celebrities Whitney Cummings, James Van Der Beek and Beth Behrs, which led to Carly appearing on HBO’s Night of Too Many Stars.
In addition to her work in production, Tucker has a notable background in TV development, including development deals with MTV and T-Group Productions. While at Endemol, she helped sell hit shows such as Deal or No Deal (NBC) and 1 vs 100 (NBC), launched their digital department with scripted and unscripted programming, and launched the first “Participation TV” show in the US which aired on TBS.