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Terence Wrong

Senior Executive Producer

Terence Wrong has executive produced and directed over 300 hours of network prime time documentaries. His early career took him overseas, covering war and mayhem for Newsweek, NBC News and ABC News. Returning to New York after more than a decade abroad, Terry created Hopkins 24/7, the first of  what would become a dozen cinema verité docuseries airing on ABC between 2000-2015. The unmistakable signature of Terry’s genre-defining programs has been its unprecedented access to usually off-limits institutions like the NYPD,  a big city mayor’s office, and America’s most distinguished hospitals. In Hooking Up, he deployed the same pioneering technique to give viewers an unfiltered look at the misadventures of New York City women at the dawn of online dating. In 2017, Terry left ABC to start Third Force Productions with Aysu Saliba where they produced an innovative slate of docuseries for both traditional and streaming platforms.  Besides a Peabody, Terry’s work has been recognized with multiple Emmy, Columbia Du Pont, and Christopher awards.