Elizabeth Bradley

In 2019, Elizabeth Bradley founded a boutique content development and sales company dedicated to nourishing the supply of global television on streaming platforms.

She has 20+ years in entertainment, with 12 years as a senior executive at Netflix. She led international launch teams, programming and buying TV and film content from studios, distributors and producers around the world for Netflix’s global service, before turning her focus to commissioning scripted English-language TV from outside the US.

Shows commissioned for Netflix by Bradley include Sex Education (starring Asa Butterfield, Gillian Anderson, created by Laurie Nunn), The End of the F***ing World (written by Charlie Covell, starring Alex Lawther & Jessica Barden, coproduction with Channel 4), Collateral (written by David Hare, starring Carey Mulligan, coproduction with BBC), Alias Grace (written by Sarah Polley, starring Sarah Gadon, coproduction with CBC), Anne with an E (written by Moira Walley Becket, coproduction with CBC), The Spy (written & directed by Gideon Raff, starring Sacha Baron Cohen), and Giri/Haji (written by Joe Barton, starring Kelly Macdonald, Justin Long, Will Sharpe, coproduction with BBC).

Bradley is based in Los Angeles, and has a degree in Economics from Northwestern University.