Bryan Hale

Senior Vice President of Development


Prior to returning to True Entertainment as an SVP Bryan served as a development consultant and executive producer, working with a variety of premiere production companies and cable networks.  His extensive experience in the television industry, both on the production side and the network side, has given him a broad skill set that makes him well qualified to see projects through from conception to completion. 


Most recently, Hale served as a consultant for CBS Television Distribution, vice president of current programming at FremantleMedia North America, overseeing several major network series including “Married to Medicine” for Bravo and “Total Black Out: Season 2” for Syfy. 


Additionally, Hale served as vice president of original programming and development for Oxygen Media, under the NBCUniversal umbrella.  There, he led the development of many of the network’s primetime series including two seasons of the wildly popular “Love Games: Bad Girls Need Love Too,” “Running Russell Simmons” and “Bachelorette Party: Las Vegas.” 


During his previous employment at True Entertainment as a Vice President, Hale was instrumental in bringing to life Bravo’s “Real Housewives of Atlanta” while also working closely with Endemol International to explore and implement foreign formats.


Hale received a B.A. from the University of California at Davis and resides in Santa Monica, CA.