After college, Littman moved from theater to television, starting at ABC in Children's and Late Night Programming, which led to his first producing job as a segment producer for Day's End, a late-night news show that followed Nightline.
Moving to California in 1989, Littman joined NBC as Director of Daytime Programs, overseeing game shows and daytime dramas such as Concentration and Santa Barbara. In 1991, Mr. Littman left NBC for the still-fledgling Fox network and spent the next six years working in both Current Programming and Drama Development, where he was involved in the development and day-to-day management of such hits as Beverly Hills, 90210, Melrose Place and The X-Files.
In 1997, Littman left Fox to create and run a television division for film producer Jerry Bruckheimer. As President of Jerry Bruckheimer Television, Littman has been responsible for the development and executive-produces all Bruckheimer series. The company currently has a record-breaking 10 series on the air.
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