Alex Dundas is executive vice president of ITV Entertainment, part of the ITV America group, responsible for all development, programming and production across broadcast, cable and digital platforms. Series produced by ITV Entertainment include Queer Eye (Netflix),Hell’s Kitchen(FOX),Love Island(CBS) and The First 48(A&E), among others.
During his lengthy tenure, Dundas has spent extensive time across production, development and sales in both the US and the UK. Prior to joining ITV Entertainment, Dundas worked for renowned TV producer Mark Burnett, most recently as senior vice president of unscripted development and current programming at MGM Television in Los Angeles. At MGM, he was part of the team that created and sold large network and premium shows including Steve Harvey’s Funderdome(ABC),Total Knock Out(CBS) and The Contender(Epix).
Prior to his work in the US, he worked in the UK broadcast industry for seventeen years, during which time he produced large-scale, big budget TV shows for all the major broadcasters including Big Brother(Channel 4),Comic Relief(BBC),Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway (ITV),Dancing on Ice(ITV), and Fame Academy(BBC).