Robert Greenblatt has since launched his production company, The Green Room.
11 Facts About Robert Greenblatt
Robert Greenblatt was raised Catholic and attended Boylan Catholic High School.
Robert Greenblatt earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in theatre management from the University of Illinois and a Master of Arts in arts administration from the University of Wisconsin's Madison School of Business.
Robert Greenblatt earned a Master of Fine Arts from the USC School of Cinema-Television's Peter Stark Producing Program.
From 1997 to 2003, Robert Greenblatt was a producer of over a dozen series for various networks, including Six Feet Under, along with the 2005 miniseries Elvis and Gregory Nava's American Family for PBS.
From 2003 to 2010, Robert Greenblatt was President of Entertainment for Showtime.
Robert Greenblatt supervised a slate of original programming that dramatically repositioned the pay channel as a leader in the premium cable business.
Robert Greenblatt succeeded Jeff Gaspin in January 2011 after Comcast took control of the newly renamed NBCUniversal.
Robert Greenblatt was responsible for helping oversee the development of HBO Max, the company's streaming service which launched in May 2020.
Robert Greenblatt was fired from WarnerMedia in August 2020 amid restructuring.
Robert Greenblatt is the first and only openly gay broadcast TV president.