Pam Healey Exits As President Of Wheelhouse’s Spoke Studios

EXCLUSIVE: Spoke Studios, the Wheelhouse production company behind series including Netflix’s Buying Beverly Hills, is looking for a new boss after the departure of Pam Healey.

Healey has been President of the company for the last two and Deadline understands that she is moving on.

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Spoke Studios is behind series including food show Secret Chef, social experiment Got To Get Out and reality series Love & WWE: Bianca & Montez at Hulu and King of Collectibles: The Goldin Touch, which has been renewed for a second season at Netflix.

“We appreciate Pam’s contributions over the last two years. Wheelhouse’s deep bench of creative executives continue to drive our current wave of success with new sales and renewals. We are deeply engaged in the search for the long-term leader of our flagship prodco to join our exceptional team,” Wheelhouse CEO Brent Montgomery said.

It comes as Wheelhouse recently secured its first outside investment. It struck a deal with Jeff Bewkes and Kevin Tsujihara’s Alignment Growth to help it make acquisitions and hire talent.

Healey joined Wheelhouse in 2022 after spending nearly seven at Warner Bros.’ Shed Media, where she was general manager. Before that, she spent nine years at High Noon as EVP. She worked on shows including Who Do You Think You Are? (NBC), 100 Humans (Netflix), Real Housewives of New York City (Bravo), First Dates (NBC), Cake Boss (TLC), Basketball Wives (VH1), Eric and Jessie (E!), Huda Boss (Facebook), Child Genius (Lifetime) and Criminal Confessions (Oxygen).

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