Casey Bloys is president, HBO Programming overseeing all of HBO’s and Cinemax’s programming initiatives, including HBO Films, HBO Sports, HBO Documentaries, HBO Family and HBO Entertainment. He was named to this position in May 2016.
Bloys was named president, HBO series, late night and specials in February 2016, responsible for the development and production of all series, talk shows and specials for the network. Before that, he served as executive vice president of HBO Programming from 2013, and has been responsible for comedy series, late night and specials. He has overseen the development and production of a long list of HBO programming, including Flight of The Conchords, Eastbound and Down, Veep, Girls, Ballers, Silicon Valley, Enlightened, Getting On and Insecure. Since overseeing the drama group, HBO has launched Westworld, Big Little Lies and The Deuce, as well as the upcoming series Succession, limited series Sharp Objects and a third installment of HBO’s hugely successful True Detective to air in 2019. Casey joined HBO in 2004 as director, Development, HBO Independent Productions (HIP), and was promoted to Vice President, HIP, in 2005. In 2006, he was named Vice President, HBO Entertainment, spearheading the development and production of comedy series and named Senior Vice President in 2009.
Prior to HBO, he was director, Development, for Wass-Stein Productions, from 2000 to 2004. He began his career as an assistant in the Current and Development departments of CBS
Bloys has a BA in Economics from Northwestern University.