Justin Falvey is a Executive Producer of Lucky 7.

As the Co-President of DreamWorks/Amblin Television, Justin Falvey oversees all series development and long-form programming for the company, which is the television production arm of DreamWorks. Falvey works alongside longtime friend and business partner Darryl Frank. The two producing partners lead the company in developing quality programming that speaks to a wide array of audiences.

During his 18-year tenure at the studio, Falvey has produced a number of acclaimed series, including the hour-long FX series "The Americans," starring Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys. Written by Joe Weisberg ("Falling Skies," "Damages") and executive-produced by Joel Fields ("Raising the Bar") and Graham Yost ("Justified," "Band of Brothers"), the series is currently in pre-production on its second season, slated to premiere in early 2014. Falvey also developed and is executive-producing the television adaptation of Stephen King's New York Times best-selling novel, Under the Dome, for CBS. Written by Brian K. Vaughan ("Lost") and executive-produced by Neal Baer ("Law & Order: SVU"), the event series airs in summer 2013. In addition Falvey executive-produces the alien invasion series "Falling Skies" for TNT, which was based on an original idea by Steven Spielberg and written by Robert Rodat ("Saving Private Ryan"). Starring Noah Wyle, the series is in its third season.

Falvey also executive-produced the Golden Globe® nominated series "Smash" for NBC. Starring Anjelica Huston, Debra Messing, Jack Davenport and Katharine McPhee, the series chronicles the development of an original Broadway musical from its creative inception through opening night. He executive-produced the Showtime series "United States of Tara," which was based on an idea by Steven Spielberg. The series was written by Diablo Cody ("Juno") and starred Toni Collette in a role that garnered her an Emmy®. Falvey also served as co-executive producer on "Into the West," an epic limited series that became the most Emmy-nominated program of the year, with 16 nominations, as well as a Golden Globe nomination for Best Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television. Other credits include five seasons of the drama "Las Vegas," as well as overseeing the production and development for NBC's "Freaks and Geeks," ABC's "The Job" and FOX's "Undeclared." DreamWorks Television was also responsible for the critically acclaimed FX series "Rescue Me," which starred Denis Leary and ran for six seasons.