After ‘Game of Thrones,’ 2 Women Are Leading HBO Into a Diverse New Era | PRO Video

HBO programming chiefs Francesca Orsi and Amy Gravitt discuss how they brought “Watchmen” and “Insecure” to the network

Even after HBO’s biggest hit ever, “Game of Thrones,” came to an end last year, the premium network is still going strong with hit shows like “Watchmen” and “Insecure.” That’s thanks in large part to Francesca Orsi and Amy Gravitt, the programming heads tasked with leading HBO into a new era.

Orsi and Gravitt joined TheWrap Editor-in-Chief Sharon Waxman at the Hollywood Women Changemakers Panel presented by Cadillac, part of the Power Women Summit 2020. They discussed the meetings that led to HBO’s current lineup of Emmy-winning shows and the responsibility they feel to push for more inclusion at the executive and production level.

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Jeremy Fuster

Jeremy Fuster

Box Office Reporter • jeremy.fuster@thewrap.com