Jane Tranter

Jane Tranter is one of the most consistently successful and celebrated television producers in in the UK and worldwide, contributing to the modernisation and globalisation of the resurgent British television industry. Her career spans over 20 years with a track record of ground breaking TV shows that trace the growth and recognition of British Television in the international marketplace. Beginning her career as a secretary in the in the BBC’s Drama department she worked her way up through the BBC and ITV. In 1999 she was made the BBC’s Head
of Drama Serials and subsequently Controller, BBC Drama Commissioning with overall control of drama output at the BBC from 2000. During a period of significant investment in drama for the corporation she commissioned a raft of BAFTA, Emmy and RTS winning dramas including Spooks, Warriors, State Of Play, The Lost Prince, Bleak House, House Of Saddam, Life On Mars and Rome.
In 2007 her role expanded to cover all scripted content at the BBC including films, comedy and acquisitions, bringing The Damned United, Gavin & Stacey and Mad Men to UK screens. In 2009 she launched BBC Worldwide Productions in Los Angeles. Sister company Adjacent Productions followed in 2012, focusing on original programming and both became market leaders. Successes include Dancing With The Stars (ABC) Top Gear US (History) Life Below Zero NatGeo ) Da Vinci’s Demons Starz) and Getting On (HBO).
Since launching Bad Wolf, Jane’s recent global projects as Executive Producer include award winning dramas The Night Of (HBO), A Discovery of Witches (Sky/AMC), His Dark Materials (BBC/HBO), Succession (HBO), I Hate Suzie (Sky/HBO Max) and Industry (HBO). She is a recipient of the BAFTA Special Award for services to the industry and an honorary fellow of the Royal Television Society.