Soon after joining the network in September 2017, Introcaso-Davis helped launch limited docuseries “Citizen Rose” with Rose McGowan. More recently, she launched the return of Kristin Cavallari to television with unscripted series “Very Cavallari,” another ratings hit for E!. These are just two recent jewels in her crown of unscripted content, which also includes “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” and “Total Divas.” She cites her NBCU division chief Frances Berwick as an inspiration, noting Berwick “has amazing combined business and creative acumen, but more importantly she always seems to have time for everyone.”
Who is an inspirational woman you admire, and why?
Frances Berwick has always set the bar high for anyone has worked with her. She has amazing combined business and creative acumen, but more importantly she always seems to have time for everyone.
What’s been the most dramatic change in your sector of the business today vs. three years ago?
The emergence of SVOD and the competition because of it has changed all media.
If there were a reality show based on your office, what would it be called?
“BABIES: THE FIRST YEAR.” We are lucky enough to have a lot of new/young moms at E! and it puts it all in perspective!