Toby Gorman

Gorman is president of Universal Television Alternative Studio (UTAS), a division of Universal Studio Group. The studio develops and produces game shows, competition programs, true crime, documentaries and docuseries. Gorman has oversight over all aspects of the studio, including development, production, business and creative affairs.

Notable projects under Gorman’s purview include That’s My Jam, hosted by Jimmy Fallon; Baking It, hosted by Amy Poehler and Maya Rudolph; The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning produced by Amy Poehler and Scout Productions; and a new true crime docu-series from Dick Wolf Blood & Money. Additionally, the studio creates hit formats that are replicated worldwide, such as Hollywood Game Night which has been remade in 22 territories, The Wall has been sold into 27 territories internationally and That’s My Jam is in over a dozen territories already.

Upcoming series under Gorman’s oversight include The Americas, a 10-part natural history show; Surviving Earth, a documentary series that will recreate critical mass extinctions in Earth’s history; and Dick Wolf’s first unscripted show, LA Fire and Rescue.

Gorman was previously interim CEO of Magical Elves and EVP of alternative programming at FremantleMedia North America.