David George

ITV America
George is CEO of ITV America, one of the largest producers of unscripted content in the US. George is responsible for all creative development, production and operations across the group, which encompasses production labels ITV Entertainment (Love Island USA, Queer Eye), Leftfield Pictures (Alone, Pawn Stars), Sirens Media (The Real Housewives of New Jersey), Thinkfactory Media (Mama June), High Noon Entertainment (Farmhouse Fixer, Good Bones) and Good Caper Content (New York Homicide, Escaping Twin Flames). During his tenure, George has ushered in breakthrough series, such as Netflix’s 11-time Emmy winner Queer Eye, and The History Channel’s groundbreaking survival series Alone, while also overseeing other long-running hits, including FOX’s Hell’s Kitchen. George was also instrumental in importing UK mega-hit Love Island to the U.S., and in turn, launching Love Island USA on Peacock. The series’ success on the streamer has also spawned 2023 spinoff Love Island Games. Prior ITV America, George was CEO of Leftfield Entertainment, helping expand the Leftfield production group. He began his career at MTV, where he executive produced and oversaw the network’s iconic Total Request Live (TRL), as well as other series, live events and specials, including the Emmy-nominated Legally Blonde: The Musical.