Toby Faulkner currently serves as Vice President Programming & Development for FYI, where he oversees development and programming for the newly rebranded network. In his role, he has co-developed and co-produced “Tiny House Nation,” as well as several other successful series for the network including “Arranged” and “Late Nite Chef Fight.”
Prior to joining FYI, Faulkner was an executive producer at Lifetime where he worked on the series “Abby’s Ultimate Dance Competition” and “Preachers’ Daughters.”
Faulkner previously worked as showrunner on a range of series, including ABC’s “Wife Swap,” TLC’s “Moving Up” and Bravo’s “Chef Roblé & Co.”
Faulkner’s previous years were spent at BBC local radio; working for several years at UK broadcaster ITV producing factual entertainment titles such as “I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here,” “Airline,” and “Tony Blair on Trial.”
Faulkner graduated from Nottingham Trent with a degree in Broadcast Journalism.
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