Andrew Dabb

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Andrew Dabb (born in Ogden, Utah; currently residing in Los Angeles) is an American writer, working in the field of television, movies, and graphic novels.

Career[edit]

Andrew Dabb's works include Ghostbusters: Legion, Happydale: Devils in the Desert, and Atomika; as well as the G.I. Joe and Dungeon and Dragons series.[citation needed] Dabb wrote the webcomic series Slices for opi8.com.[citation needed]

Dabb formally wrote for the television show Supernatural on The CW,[1][better source needed] including the episode "I Believe the Children Are Our Future"[2] and a proposed spin-off, titled Supernatural: Bloodlines.[3][4] He also penned the series' season 11 finale and took over as co-showrunner for series' final four seasons.[5]

He was the showrunner for Resident Evil series on Netflix.[6]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Title Year Credited as Notes
Writer
Do or Die 2004 Yes Short film
Therefore IM 2005 Yes Short film

Television[edit]

Key
Television series that have not yet been aired Denotes television series that have not yet been aired
Title Year Credited as Network Notes
Creator Writer Executive
Producer
Supernatural 2008–2020 No Yes (45) Yes The CW Story editor (season 5)
Executive story editor (season 6)
Producer (season 7)
Supervising producer (season 8)
Co-executive producer (seasons 9–11)
Executive producer (seasons 12–15)
Supernatural: The Long Road Home 2020 No Yes Yes Television special
Resident Evil 2022 Developer Yes (2) Yes Netflix
Grendel 2022Series that have not yet been released No Yes Yes Post-production

References[edit]

  1. ^ Andrew Dabb website.
  2. ^ Supernatural: Clip from Ep. 6 and Some New Casting News
  3. ^ Glass, Andrew. "Andrew Dabb is writing spin off. And he is going to kill it!," Twitter.com (July 25, 2013). (Glass is a Supernatural writer.)
  4. ^ "'Supernatural: Bloodlines' boss on monster families, more". Entertainment Weekly's EW.com. Retrieved 2016-05-13.
  5. ^ Ausiello, Michael; Gelman, Vlada (May 13, 2016). "Supernatural Names New Showrunners as Jeremy Carver Moves to Frequency". TVLine. Retrieved May 14, 2016.
  6. ^ Patches, Matt (2020-08-27). "Resident Evil live-action series confirmed by Netflix with first details". Polygon. Retrieved 2020-08-27.

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