As Executive Vice President FX Current Series and FX Productions, Jonathan Frank oversees all facets of day-to-day production for the entire slate of FX Networks’ original programming and leads the networks’ documentary programming group.

Series overseen by Frank include the FX dramas Taboo, Snowfall, Mayans M.C. and Mr Inbetween; as well as limited series franchises including American Horror Story. In addition, Frank supervises the production of the FX comedy series Atlanta, Better Things, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Archer, Breeders, DAVE and What We Do in the Shadows.

Frank also leads the team developing FX’s growing slate of docuseries and documentary films, including The Weekly in partnership with The New York Times and the new series The New York Times Presents, as well as the docuseries The Most Dangerous Animal of All, AKA Jane Roe and A Wilderness of Error.

Frank oversaw production on many of FX Networks’ legacy series, including The Americans, Sons of Anarchy, The Strain, The League, Man Seeking Woman, Tyrant, Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll, Legion, Trust, Baskets, You’re the Worst and the FX Original Movie A Christmas Carol.

Frank first joined FX in 2008 as Vice President of Current Programming and was promoted to Senior Vice President of Current Programming in 2011. His subsequent role as Executive Vice President of Current Programming was expanded in 2016 to include FXP original series for non-FNG outlets.

Prior to joining FX, Frank was with Mark Johnson Productions as head of television development and Caryn Mandbach Productions as Vice President of Television Development. He began his career in 1999 at Pariah, where he rose from an assistant to a creative executive.

Frank received a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Brown University. He and his wife Meredith Milton reside in Pacific Palisades, California with their children Wyatt and Greer