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HBO, HBO Max Chief Content Officer Casey Bloys Renews Employment Contract for Five Years

Casey Bloys, chief content officer at HBO and HBO Max, has reportedly extended his employment contract for another five years. Bloys, who was named president of HBO programming in 2016, just guided HBO to 140 Primetime Emmy Awards nominations — the most among any network.

Casey Bloys

Bloys was previously responsible for comedy series, late night and specials at HBO. He spearheaded the development and production of a long list of HBO programming, including “Flight of The Conchords,” “Eastbound and Down,” “Veep,” “Girls,” “Ballers,” “Silicon Valley,” “Enlightened,” “Getting On,” “Insecure” and “Barry.” Since overseeing the drama group, HBO has launched “Westworld,” “Big Little Lies,” “The Deuce,” “My Brilliant Friend,” “Sharp Objects” and “True Detective,” among others. Bloys oversaw the highly successful limited series “Chernobyl,” which received 10 Emmys, as well as “Euphoria,” “Succession,” “Watchmen” and the final season of “Game of Thrones.”

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