Kevin Berg is Senior Executive Vice President, Production, CBS Network Television Entertainment. He oversees production on CBS properties across all dayparts (Morning, Daytime, Primetime and Late Night) with the exception of News and Sports for airing on multiple platforms including CBS, CW, CBS All Access, SHOWTIME, Amazon, Netflix, Disney+ and POP.
Berg has been intimately involved with the launch and continuing success of hit franchises including but not limited to: the new “Star Trek” franchise (STAR TREK: DISCOVERY, STAR TREK: PICARD, STAR TREK: LOWER DECKS); the “CSI” franchise (“CSI,” “CSI: Miami,” “CSI: NY,” “CSI CYBER”), the NCIS franchise (NCIS, NCIS: LOS ANGELES, NCIS: NEW ORLEANS), BLUE BLOODS, BULL, CRIMINAL MINDS, HAWAII FIVE-O, MAGNUM P.I., MACGYVER, “Madam Secretary,” SEAL TEAM, THE GOOD FIGHT, SURVIVOR, THE AMAZING RACE, THE TALK, BIG BROTHER, THE LATE SHOW with STEPHEN COLBERT, THE LATE LATE SHOW with JAMES CORDEN and “Carpool Karaoke,” among countless others.
In his role, Berg is fiscally responsible for all production costs and schedules, and oversees spending of well in excess of 4 billion dollars in production costs per calendar year. Responsible for worldwide production including current projects located in the United States, and Canada, with prior shoots in Malta, Israel, South Africa, Jordan, Italy, France, Morocco and Puerto Rico.
Berg currently serves on the board of the Directors Guild Training Program. Most recently, he served a four-year term on the Board of Directors for the Entertainment Industries Foundation, the lead philanthropic non-profit in the Entertainment Industry, and was also on the board that oversaw the annual charitable fund growth from under $10 million to well over $100 million per year. Berg has received multiple Emmy Award nominations, DGA Award nominations, Cable ACE Award wins. Received honorary Doctorate in the Humanities, May 2015.
Prior to joining CBS in 1998, Berg spent 10 years as an independent producer, with credits including “In Living Color,” “Tracey Takes On,” “The News Hole,” “Dharma and Greg,” “Payne” and numerous other Network and non-Network productions.