About Adam Sher

Adam Sher is president of ITV America, responsible for all development, production and operations across the company’s production labels that include ITV Entertainment (Hell’s Kitchen, The Four: Battle for Stardom), Leftfield Pictures (Alone), Sirens Media (Real Housewives of New Jersey), Loud TV (Tiny House Nation), Outpost Entertainment (Forged in Fire), Thinkfactory Media (Hatfields & McCoys) and High Noon (Fixer Upper), as well as the company’s talent production deals and partnerships, which he also drives.

Sher previously served as chief creative officer at ITV America, spearheading the company’s creative strategy, including leveraging intellectual property, identifying emerging growth opportunities across the group, and managing and brokering high-level talent deals – including the recent return to television of the series Queer Eye for Netflix and the launch of music competition show The Four: Battle for Stardom for FOX, as well as deals with such luminaries as NFL Hall-of-Famer and TV and media personality Michael Strahan, and Academy Award® winner Kevin Costner, among others. He joined the company in 2015 as chief creative officer of the Leftfield Entertainment group, which then also was part of ITV America.

Prior to Leftfield, Sher was CEO of Ryan Seacrest Productions, serving as executive producer on scripted and unscripted series such as ABC’s Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution, for which he earned an Emmy award. He began his career at the William Morris Agency where, during a 16-year tenure, he represented prolific production companies and executive producers, as well as television broadcasters and personalities.