Ted Gold serves as Senior Vice President of Development and Original Programming for Paramount Network where he is tasked with developing distinctive, high-quality scripted and original programming. Gold’s responsibilities will include devising a competitive and creative strategy to further Paramount Network as a home for compelling scripted programming.
Ted oversaw Emmy-nominated, WACO (Michael Shannon and Taylor Kitsch), which was the first scripted series to air on Paramount. He also oversees development and production on the smash hit, YELLOWSTONE (Kevin Costner), and the upcoming pilot commitment, 68 WHISKEY (Ron Howard and Imagine).
Gold previously served as President of Television and Executive Producer at Parkes +Macdonald/Universal Television, under an overall deal with NBCUniversal, where he developed projects for HBO, Showtime, Amazon, ABC, USA, and NBC and produced the Neil Cross/John Malkovich series, Crossbones for NBC.
Prior to that, Gold was Head of Television for Deuce Three Productions/CBS Paramount Television where he spearheaded all television business and development for Academy Award winning filmmaker, Curtis Hanson. Gold also served as Senior Vice President, Series Development at FOX where he oversaw all dramatic programming including Bones, Prison Break, and Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles.
Gold’s previous stints in television include serving as Senior Vice President, Series Development for Spelling Television; Vice President, Creative Affairs, Alliance/Atlantis; and Director of Development, Drama & Longform for New World Entertainment.