Robin Neinstein

RobinNeinstein

Production Executive, Original Drama Content, Corus Entertainment

As Production Executive, Original Drama Content for Corus, Robin Neinstein supervises multiple scripted series for Global, Showcase, and History.

Robin Neinstein has 20 years of experience in the content industry as a Canadian Screen Award-winning, Emmy Award-nominated producer and broadcast executive responsible for premium scripted, unscripted, and digital content. As Production Executive, Original Drama Content at Corus Entertainment, Robin oversees such flagship dramas as Vikings, HISTORY Canada’s top series – a Canada/Ireland co-production now in its fourth season, and the upcoming Showcase series Travelers starring Eric McCormack, in partnership with Netflix.

Robin’s career began at Twentieth Century Fox in Los Angeles. He subsequently co-founded Toronto production company Media Headquarters, overseeing its slate of productions including The Summit, which won the Canadian Screen Award for Best Dramatic Mini-Series and WGC Award; the Emmy Award-nominated The Great Polar Bear Adventure; and Le Mozart Noir, which won a Banff World Media Award. Following this, Robin joined CBC Television where he supervised many of its flagship dramas including The Tudors, Being Erica, and Murdoch Mysteries, to name a few. His productions at CBC earned a combined 6 Emmy Awards and 25 Gemini Awards. In 2012, Robin was invited to join Shaw Media to oversee the development and production of multiple scripted titles for Global TV, Showcase, and History, as well as innovative original digital content.

Robin is a member of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television, and sits on the Advisory Board of the Toronto Screenwriting Conference.