About Adam Sher
Adam Sher is president of ITV America, responsible for all development, production and operations across the company’s production labels, including ITV Entertainment (Queer Eye, Love Island, Hell’s Kitchen), Leftfield Pictures (Alone, Pawn Stars), Sirens Media (Real Housewives of New Jersey, Nikita Unfiltered), Thinkfactory Media (Marriage Boot Camp, Rat in the Kitchen), High Noon (Fixer Upper, Good Bones) and Good Caper Content (Taken at Birth, True Life: Crime). In his role, Sher drives all of ITV America’s talent production deals and partnerships; he also serves as an executive producer on ITV’s hit global format The Voice.
Sher previously served as chief creative officer at ITV America, spearheading creative strategy, including leveraging intellectual property, identifying emerging growth opportunities across the group, and managing and brokering high-level talent deals, including the return to television of the award-winning series Queer Eye for Netflix – winner of eight Emmy Awards including Outstanding Structured Reality Program in 2018, 2019 and 2020. Sher is also behind ABC’s new quiz show The Chase, with Jeopardy! GOAT stars Ken Jennings, James Holzhauer and Brad Rutter, based on the hit ITV format, as well as deals with A-List talent like Academy Award® winner Kevin Costner and Sarah Jessica Parker. A three-time Emmy Award winner, Sher joined the company in 2015 as chief creative officer of the Leftfield Entertainment group, which was then also 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 his first Emmy Award. He began his career at the William Morris Agency where, during a 16-year tenure, he represented numerous production companies, producers, media personalities and television broadcasters.