Writer, director, and producer Greg Berlanti will be awarded the “producers guild of America’s norman lear achievement award” on March 19, 2022. The organization said this on Friday.
The award recognizes the producers who have impacted the art and craft of television and entertainment. Previous honourees are Dick Wolf, Marta Kauffman, Ryan Murphy, Shonda Rhimes, Lear, Aaron Spelling, Amy Sherman-Palladino, Steven Bochco, David E. Kelley, Carsey-Werner Mandabach, Jerry Bruckheimer, and Lorne Michaels.
“I’m incredibly honored to receive this award from everyone at the PGA, especially given it’s named after Norman Lear: the kindest, warmest, and wisest legend I’ve ever had the good fortune of calling a friend,” says Berlanti. “I’m grateful to everyone at the Producers Guild and all of my coworkers who helped make a moment like this possible.”
According to Berlanti, his film and television career started as an accident. He started as a scriptwriter on “Dawson’s Creek” where he quickly rose in the ranks from being the scriptwriter.
He has been credited with films such as Everwood,” “Brothers & Sisters,” “The Flight Attendant.” “Political Animals,” “Arrow,” “The Flash,” “Blindspot,” “Supergirl,” “You,” “Riverdale,” “Titans,” “You,” “Doom Patrol,” and “All American”
Most of the films he takes part in have been in the limelight and trending. “YOU” was one of the killer shows by him. Fans are eagerly waiting for the next season, which has yet to be confirmed when it will be released.
“my policeman” is an upcoming movie project by Berlanti which stares Emma corrin and harry styles.
“I had a play that I had worked on and was going to potentially be down in Los Angeles, so I came out here for that,” he said. “The play actually never got done, but I stayed in L.A. and just started reading a lot of T.V. and film scripts. I fell in love with it that way.”