|Show(s):|| Criminal Confessions|
Murder for Hire
Pam Healey has served as Executive Vice President and General Manager, Shed Media (part of the Warner Bros. Unscripted and Alternative Programming department) since January 2013. In this role, Healey is responsible for creating and supervising original unscripted content.
Under Healey’s leadership, Shed Media has consistently delivered a prolific and diverse slate of series ranging from docu-soaps to entertainment formats and more. Shed Media is currently producing fifteen series across eight networks and platforms, and will produce over 150 hours of content this year. Programs produced by the company with Healey serving as executive producer include Criminal Confessions for Oxygen, Warriors of Liberty City for Starz, Huda Boss for Facebook Watch, Glam Masters for Lifetime, Genius Junior and First Dates for NBC, Eric & Jessie for E!, Basketball Wives for VH1, Long Lost Family and Who Do You Think You Are? for TLC, and The Real Housewives of New York City for Bravo. She received an Emmy® nomination in 2014 and 2017 as part of the producing team for Who Do You Think You Are?, which was nominated for Outstanding Structured Reality Program.
Prior to joining Shed, Healey spent 10 years at High Noon Entertainment, where she served as Executive Vice President, West Coast. She established High Noon’s Los Angeles office with a mission to diversify the company and was instrumental in the expansion of its business, creating and executive producing pilots and series for a broad range of networks, including VH1, E!, TLC, History, Syfy, MTV, Animal Planet, Discovery, truTV and USA. She executive produced two of High Noon’s longest-running series - Tough Love for VH1 and Cake Boss for TLC - among many others.
Healey received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Duke University. She serves as a member of the board of directors of The Mr. Holland’s Opus Foundation, which is dedicated to the future of music education and provides durable, high-quality musical instruments to deserving, under-funded music programs nationwide.