Darryl Frank is a Executive Producer of Lucky 7.

Darryl Frank serves as Co-President of Dreamworks/Amblin Television, where he oversees all series development, production and long-form programming. Frank currently serves as executive producer on four series for four different networks. In addition to "Lucky 7" for ABC, he executive -produces the following series: For TNT, sci-fi thriller "Falling Skies," starring Noah Wyle, based on an original idea of Steven Spielberg and developed by Robert Rodat ("Saving Private Ryan"); for FX, the KGB spy drama "The Americans," created by Joe Weisberg ("Falling Skies") and starring Keri Russell, Matthew Rhys and Noah Emmerich; for CBS, "Under the Dome," based on the best-selling novel by Stephen King and adapted for television by Brian K. Vaughn ("Lost").

In his 17-year tenure with Dreamworks/Amblin Television, a few of Frank's other credits include: two seasons of "Smash" for NBC, starring Anjelica Huston, Debra Messing, Jack Davenport and Katherine McPhee; three seasons of "The United States of Tara" for Showtime, which he developed and executive-produced with Oscar-winning series creator Diablo Cody ("Juno"); five seasons and 106 episodes of "Las Vegas" for NBC, which he developed and executive-produced; and "Spin City" for ABC, which he developed and then supervised during its entire six-season run.

In the long-form arena, Frank previously served as Co-Executive Producer on the highly acclaimed mini-series, "Into the West," for Executive Producer Steven Spielberg, which became the most Emmy nominated program in 2006, garnering 16 nominations, as well as a Golden Globe® nomination for Best Mini-Series. Additionally, Frank served as Co-Executive Producer on "Taken," the epic 20 hour mini-series for Syfy Channel, winner of the Emmy Award in 2002 for Best Mini-Series and nominee in the same category for the Golden Globes.