Remi Aubuchon

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Remi Aubuchon
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Aubuchon at the 2013 MCMComicCon
Occupation Writer, producer
Years active 1983–present

Remi Aubuchon is an American television writer and producer. He is well known for his work on the Fox thriller 24 and the TNT alien-drama Falling Skies. He is the son of the late US actor Jacques Aubuchon.


A theater director who trained under an American Film Institute Directors Fellowship, he has found himself in demand as a screenwriter. He wrote segments for HBO's miniseries From the Earth to the Moon, in which he appeared playing a small part as a Grumman engineer. He created, wrote, and produced the short-lived television series The Lyon's Den.

He served as an executive producer on Summerland, a co-executive producer and writer for the second season of 24, and is co-creator of the Battlestar Galactica prequel series Caprica. He wrote the pilot episode of Caprica, but left the series to become the showrunner of Persons Unknown.[1] In March 2010, he joined the writing staff of Stargate Universe, for its second season.[2]

Aubuchon boarded the second season of the TNT science-fiction Falling Skies, as writer, executive producer, and showrunner.[3]


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