Michael M. Robin

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Michael M. Robin
Born Michael M. Robin
United States
Occupation Executive producer
Television producer
Television writer
Years active 1986-present

Michael M. Robin is an American Producer and Director who has worked on such series as "NYPD Blue”, "Nip/Tuck”, TNT's "The Closer", "Rizzoli & Isles", "Major Crimes" and “Dallas". He has earned Producing Emmys for "NYPD Blue" and "L.A. Law" as well as three Golden Globes for “Nip/Tuck”, "NYPD Blue” and "L.A. Law”.[1]

Early Career[edit]

Robin began his career as a production assistant on the hit series "L.A. Law", where he worked his way up to Producer in the fourth season and later received an Emmy for his work on the series. He then segued to "Cop Rock" as a Producer, where he made his Directorial debut.[2] He added a second producing Emmy and Directing nomination for his work on "NYPD Blue". Robin spent 11 years working for Steven Bochco before branching out on his own on the ABC TV show "C-16".


Following "C-16", Robin formed The Shephard/Robin Company with Greer Shephard in 1998. [2] Their producing success included "Nip/Tuck", "The Closer", Longmire, "Major Crimes", "Trust Me", "State of Mind", "The D.A.", “Popular" and "Brutally Normal".

Robin has directed 15 drama pilots, including the pilots for TNT's "The Closer", "Rizzoli & Isles", "Major Crimes" and “Dallas". He also helmed the pilot for “Valor” on the CW.

He is currently developing the VR Narrative Series “Splash/Damage” with WEVR and Warner Brothers’ Blue Ribbon Content. Michael also directed and produced The Berlin Wall VR Experience for the Newseum in Washington DC. [3] He is also a member of the advisory board of Streamspace, the leader in blockchain Streaming on Demand Video/SVOD.[4]

In 2017, Robin launched a new venture, Skyemac Productions, under the Warner Brothers banner.[5]


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